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James Van Der Beek Is a Baby-Making Machine

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 28, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 28, 2016 |

Hello again, friends! I’m back from vacation, so with a week’s worth of rum and pork seeping through my pores and a three-hour jet lag, let’s get started.

People were pissed at Robert DeNiro last week after he insisted on including an anti-vaxxing documentary in his Tribeca Film Festival. At first he said he only wanted to inspire a conversation around the subject (he also revealed— maybe? Did we know this?— that his son is autistic), but it seems to have only taken a few hours for him to realize that that part of the conversation is completely nutso and unnecessary. (Celebitchy)

Lady Gaga had a birthday and maybe got married, but I’m just stuck on: Lady Gaga is younger than me? That seems odd. She presents herself as kind of an ancient, eternal budget Swinton, but she’s been in her 20s this whole time? Strange. (Lainey)

I had no idea James Van Der Beek had so many babies. He just added a new one to his already very large baby collection. (DListed)

I don’t normally keep up with reality TV happenings, but this article on the actual real-world importance of the consistent whiteness of The Bachelor/ette— and how UnREAL is tackling the issue— is so good and necessary it makes me want to kiss it on its internet mouth. But also throw things. (LA Times)

Harrison Ford is auctioning off his Force Awakens jacket for a very cool cause. (Vanity Fair)

Do you want to work with Samantha Bee? There’s no pay or college credit involved BUT SAMANTHA BEE! (SB)

Here are your weekly 10 questions about last night’s Walking Dead. Warning: discussion of zombie babies and potential innards-eating ahead. (Uproxx)

Is your grammar better than Donald Trump’s? You already know that it is, but why not take the quiz to feel extra smug/rageful? (BuzzFeed)

Some grownups just can’t handle their Easter Egg hunts. (USA)

"Imagine Independence Day, only the aliens are smart enough to send (ten years in advance of their invasion fleet) a scouting party designed to disrupt humanity’s defensive capabilities… These invaders aren’t a homogeneous and monolithic species hellbent on our destruction, they’re an alien version of the UN, with their own political machinations and internal strife." Cannonballer ingres77 recommends Fear the Sky by Stephen Moss, and says that this isn’t really end-of-the-world/invasion/post-apocalyptic fiction, it’s more of an espionage/political thriller. With aliens. (Cannonball Read 8)