Happy Friday the 13th! I hope your day is filled with spooky ghosts and happy hours.
Daisy Ridley looks gorgeous on the cover of Elle, Vegas showgirl costume and all. (Go Fug Yourself)
Ridley may have a magazine cover, but she’s been left out entirely of the Force Awakens action figure set. I get it, there were only spots for 6 figures in this collection. Obviously, those have to go to a Stormtrooper and unnamed TIE fighter over the female lead character. (Daily Dot)
Are the Kardashians trying to destroy Rebel Wilson? (DListed)
Lindsay Lohan dressed up like Sharon Tate on Charles Manson’s 81st birthday, which seems so brain-meltingly tactless it’s surprising, even coming from Lohan. A lot of people are criticizing the criticism, saying she’s celebrating the victim, not the killer, but the choice of date (which might be an extremely unlucky coincidence), along with the over-jubilant, all-caps caption (“I LOVE SHARON TATE”) make this icky all over. (Complex)
We know TV shows often have to get creative in finding ways to hide actresses’ pregnancies, but while most shows have to rely on big coats and cubicle walls, The Walking Dead gets to cover baby bumps with big ass guns. (Uproxx)
The Writers Guild of America has named Annie Hall the funniest screenplay of all time. In totally unrelated news, The Writers Guild of America is still made up of mostly neurotic, introverted white dudes. (AV Club)
13 women have come forward to accuse former police officer Daniel Holtzclaw of sexually abusing them, and no one is paying attention. (Cosmo)
David Bowie has a new album coming out, full of gyrating scarecrows.
I have a guilty fascination with seeing the insides of celebrities’ homes. Amy Schumer’s $2 million Manhattan apartment does not disappoint. I mean, it might be disappointing if I paid $2million for a one bedroom apartment, but it’s fun to look at. (The Berry)
This BuzzFeed writer had MRA and Gamergate trolls who were hatefully tweeting at her, so she decided to respond only with Good Will Hunting quotes. I’m not sure what the point was exactly, but I do know I find it hilarious to bombard these asshats with insistences that “It’s not your fault.” (Concourse)
One Coney Island restaurant says if you’re alone on Thanksgiving, come eat with them for free, because apparently not everything and everyone are awful. (Mashable)
Dating is complicated. Dating as a spy is… differently complicated. (The Toast)
Were you a fan of the Christopher Pike books where highly sociopathic and/or psychopathic teenagers attempted to ruin the lives of others for strange reasons? Still remember the name "Rindy Myers"? Were you, too, soo shocked when you found out her name was actually an anagram (like 28 years later!)? Well, then according to Melina in her 52nd review of the year (Cannonball!), you might find Liars Inc. by Paula Stokes to be "a little bit of your spirit animal." (Cannonball Read 7)
Have a good weekend! There’s no shame in spending it on your couch, binge-watching all your old favorite shows.
I wish these were real tv showsPosted by Doug The Pug on Sunday, November 8, 2015