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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Wrecked Jerry Seinfeld’s Whining About PC Culture

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 9, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 9, 2024 |


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Julia Louis-Dreyfus on comedians like Jerry Seinfeld who complain about political correctness: “I think to have an antenna about sensitivities is not a bad thing. It doesn’t mean that all comedy goes out the window as a result. When I hear people starting to complain about political correctness, and I understand why people might push back on it, but to me that’s a red flag, because it sometimes means something else.” (NYT)

Oscar winner Marion Cotillard joins The Morning Show cast in what is likely to be a meaty role. (Lainey Gossip)

Why did Beyoncé disappear after she dropped Cowboy Carter? (Celebitchy)

Alex Jones is getting liquidated. (Wonkette)

From Kayleigh: Romeo & Juliet star Francesca Amewudah-Rivers on making her West End debut, the magic of theatre, and drowning out negativity. (British Vogue)

It’s the end of Paramount+ as we know it. (Vulture)

Jon Mulaney says Werner Herzog and David Lynch passed on Everybody’s In L.A. for very Werner Herzog and David Lynch reasons. (A.V. Club)

His pickup was meowing. Two hours and eight mechanics later… (Syracuse.com)

If you’ve ever wanted to see cops get absolutely clowned on the reg while they’re trapped inside rusty toaster ovens on wheels, boy, are you in luck. (Gizmodo)

John Oliver immediately dropped his agent after his latest Last Week Tonight deal. That can’t be good. (LateNighter)

It’s Blake Lively. Why are we pretending like it’s not Blake Lively? (Deadline)

Though he appreciated it, Stitches is not the collection of Junji Ito stories that jmsudar would recommend to a new reader. “The more Japanese fiction I read, the less I expect it to explain itself…there is a tendency to let weirdness just sort of sit out there where everyone can see it, creating a surreal feeling where you can’t really tell if you’re missing something or not.” Which Japanese authors do you recommend? (Cannonball Read 16)

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