Jennifer Lawrence Swears She Doesn't Have Pee On Her Hands, For Real
Woody Harrelson has just given up entirely, hasn’t he? (Go Fug Yourself)
Are Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt back together? Or have they just not cut off all contact after spending 18 years together? (Lainey)
Jennifer Lawrence would like the world to know she was totally kidding when she said she doesn’t wash her hands after going to the bathroom. She still definitely doesn’t know what a bidet is, though. (Celebitchy)
Between You’re the Worst, BoJack Horseman, and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, TV is doing a pretty incredible job of honestly and brutally portraying depression, especially in women, without letting it define the characters. (Vox)
For the first time ever, a sitting US president has been photographed for the cover of an LGBT publication.
In case you missed this Star Wars: Battlefront trailer yesterday, Anna Kendrick is more powerful than you can possibly imagine. (Collider)
The terminally ill man whose dying wish was to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens (and which was granted last week) has passed away. (Mashable)
Billy Eichner built his very own Shondaland.
College Humor made a video with Jake Johnson and Lamorne Morris that poses the question: what if we talked about bear attacks the way we talk about sexual assault. Which is a mildly amusing hypothetical, and it’s always cool to see high-profile male allies on board, but I can’t help but think that the analogy is so off-base it actually ends up undercutting any validity that could have been there. (HuffPo)
Twin Peaks’ Double R Diner has been completely restored to all its damn fine Peaksian glory. (Welcome To Twin Peaks)
"The book has the word ‘bitch’ in it, Mom. And not like the dog. I don’t recommend anyone under like the age of 10 to read it. And there is racism too. You know, that word I asked you about but I’m not going to say it because it’s racist. So those are two reasons kids shouldn’t read this book unless they are at least 10 years old. Oh, and everyone is really mean and I hated this book." And that’s what you get when you raise a firecracker of a kid and get them to contribute to a Cannonball Read review about Judy Blume’s Blubber. Read more from this Pajiban-in-training. (Cannonball Read 7)