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Kanye's Apologies Make As Little Sense As His Meltdowns & How Tina & Amy Won the SAG Awards

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 1, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 1, 2016 |

Lori Petty… wore… a thing. SAG Awards? I’m so sorry, I’ve lost words. (Go Fug Yourself)

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, meanwhile, made another amazing joke at the good-hearted expense of Leonardo DiCaprio. Even better than their jab at him, though, was the fact that it was part of an incredible tribute to Carol Burnett. (Vanity Fair)

Kanye West tweeted a sort-of apology for last week’s internet meltdown rant. I guess. Was he apologizing for saying he owns Wiz Khalifa’s kid? Or was he calling Wiz and Amber Rose children? I have no idea. (Celebitchy)

The differences between the SAG Awards and the Oscars were stark this weekend, and Idris Elba wasn’t going to let that go unnoticed. (Lainey)

A bald eagle taking down a drone clearly needs to be our new national animal. How did the Dutch beat us to this?

Dustin’s got a list of the 50 best shows on Netflix. Get ready to argue about ranking preferences! (Uproxx)

Also from Uproxx, proof that Nick Offerman’s name is synonymous with manliness. (Uproxx)

This explanation of what is going on with Flint’s water crisis has been making the rounds, and if you haven’t read it yet, do. I think most of us just know that something bad is happening there but haven’t taken the time to find out what. It’s horrifying. (Michael Moore)

Here’s how to eat Girl Scout cookies like a goddamn adult. (LA Times)

I would liveblog all of these reality shows. (The Toast)

Zirza kicked off the year just right with a scaaaaathing review of What to Expect when You’re Expecting. Ever read this one? Was it helpful, or was it DIAF? (Cannonball Read 8)

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