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Joss Whedon: 'No' To More 'Buffy,' But Maybe to a Tasty Boba Fett Flick, Plus Megan Mullally's Thoughts on Nick Offerman's Man Parts

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | September 25, 2013 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | September 25, 2013 |

Joanna wins for the best joke about last night’s Sons of Anarchy episode, “Don’t throw the hooker out with the bathwater,” so her always fantastic recap gets the link love. (Vulture)

If you hated the series finale of Dexter, the Internet’s hysterical reaction to it will almost make it feel like the whole horrible experience was worth it. (WG)

Here’s a taste:


I had no idea that Patricia Arquette was married to Thomas Jane. I likewise had no idea that Patricia Arquette had divorced Thomas Jane. You can add the Arquettes to the Baldwins, Phillips and Mastersons as the families clearly running the Illuminati. (GoFugYourself)

Miley Cyrus is naked on the cover of Rolling Stone and sticking her damn tongue out, which nearly negates all the smart things she said yesterday. (Dlisted)

I still haven’t had time to give it a go, but everyone’s saying that Ricky Gervais’ Derek is fantastic, once you settle into the premise. (Unreality)

Why yes, Tom Hiddleston will recite Shakespeare to you in his best Tom Hiddleston reciting Shakespeare voice. (Celebitchy)

What’s worse than the girl you wish you hadn’t started a conversation with at a party? The sanctimommy you wish you hadn’t started a conversation with about natural childbirths at a party. (STFU Parents)

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD debuted with the highest rating for a network show in the 18-49 demo in four damn years. JoRo will have a recap up shortly so you can share your feelings. In the meantime, Joss Whedon gives EW a massive interview, in which he discusses a Buffy movie and his feelings on doing a Star Wars spin-off. (EW)

Speaking of which, Mike Ryan talks which Star Wars characters should get their own spin-offs. I love his casting choice from Grand Moff Tarkin. (HuffPo)

Here’s your first look at Kurt Russell in Fast and Furious 7. You know what? He looks exactly like Kurt Russell. (Slashfilm)

Let me just preface this by saying that, when I watched The Goldbergs last week, I was very high on medication and only a few hours away from my trip to the ER, which might help to explain why I loved the pilot so much. I made Mrs. Pajiba-hyphenate watch it with me again last night, and while I still liked it, she turned to me and said, “You gave that a good review? You’re an idiot.” So, maybe it’s an 80’s kid thing. Or a nostalgia thing. Or a deathly ill thing. I dunno. Anyway, here’s a Jewish kid from the 80s take on it, which can be summed up as: It doesn’t resemble any Jewish family I knew growing up, but I liked it anyway. (Flavorwire)

How do you win an Oscar in five minutes and 40 seconds? This is how. (The Dissolve)

I have a local friend who researches the science of fat, and what kinds of fats are good for you and what are not. It tends to go over my head, but if you’re into the science of Hexane’s, this post is for you! (WeightyMatters)

Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman may be the cutest couple in Hollywood (she loves his man parts!), as this interview — in which they discuss Offerman’s three fake marriage proposals — attests. (Playboy)

Finally, the director of Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium,an erratic movie full of twee and preciousness, calls his own film a train wreck in calling out Breaking Bad for being unrealistic. “As good as “Breaking Bad” is … the plot line of ANYONE having 2 DVDs of that movie is simply unbelievable. As he put it, “That is exactly two more copies than are allowed in my house.” (FilmDrunk)

Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here, follow him on Twitter, or listen to his weekly TV podcast, Podjiba.

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