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Michael Che Continues to Be Human Ugh

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | August 28, 2018 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | August 28, 2018 |


Florida is gonna be another barnburner come November. In tonight’s primaries, Democrat Andrew Gillum won in a pretty major upset. He’s not only from the progressive wing of the party, but he’s also the first black candidate from either major party to be nominated in a governor’s race ever in Florida. He’ll be facing a Trump acolyte, Ron DeSantis, but don’t count Gillum out, because that’s exactly what his Democratic competitors did.

Hey! Hey! Game of Thrones is finally coming back to HBO. Eventually! (Lainey)

I had no idea these two were in a relationship (a four-year relationship!), which makes it the strangest maybe/probably celebrity marriage in recent memory. What a bizarre pairing. (Dlisted)

Celebitchy is otherwise full of news that gives me heart palpitations today, so screw it: Here’s Kevin Smith, 51 pounds lighter after his heart attack. Looking good, sir! (Celebitchy)

When you’re 15, this is a smashingly great outfit! When you’re 45, also a great outfit! (GFY)

Please feel free to jump up my ass, Michael Che. To steal a line from a tweet I saw earlier directed at Michael Ian Black: “Shutting up is free, Michael.”

Speaking of Michael Ian Black, I think he pulled himself out of the asshole fire today:

You know why God made snakes before lawyers Johnny Depp? He needed the practice. (Jezebel)

I fucking love Wendell Pierce. He’s one of the main reasons I can’t stop watching Suits. (The Root)

Yeah, but I’m pretty proud of this Fear the Walking Dead theory if I don’t say so myself. (Uproxx)

I love Elizabeth Olsen and Kelly Marie Tran, but I’m not sure if I love them enough to start watching another platform, especially one from Facebook. (/Film)

John Mayer has found a mirror that makes him look on the outside how he actually looks on the inside! (LG)

In March, Stephen King tweeted out a recommendation for Alma Katsu’s The Hunger, a retelling of the Donner Party. Scootsa1000 made it the first book she read on her vacation, and it was definitely the most terrifying. "Yes, this book is scary. The monster is hideous and awful. But the people are almost as bad." Do you like to get book recommendations from a favorite author? (Cannonball Read 10)

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