Supergirl stunt actor and extreme badass Jessie Graff made American Ninja Warrior history this week. (Inverse)
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are the coolest. (Celebitchy)
Nate Parker gave a lengthy interview to Ebony and it is… complicated. It sounds like he got a crash course in male privilege and toxic masculinity (he actually uses those words himself), but he also sounds like he’s genuinely changed his way of thinking, in the last few decades, but even more so in the last few weeks. He says that until now, he had never thought about what consent actually means, and that he definitely wasn’t thinking about it in 1999. These words and epiphanies have power, but of course they also don’t change anything that’s happened. Do they change the way you feel about Parker? (Lainey)
This Parker Posey retrospective is a breath of fresh, kooky air. (Go Fug Yourself)
I am in love with this hangry hedgehog.
How did Charlie Hunnam stumble onto this list of James Bond frontrunners? Is he lost? Can someone help him home? (Oohlo)
Here are five shows Dustin recommends catching up on before their second seasons start. (Uproxx)
And a reminder that You’re the Worst comes back for season three TONIGHT. This is a great interview on the show’s trajectory, Falk’s interest in writing for women, and for Samira Wiley in particular. Did we know Falk wrote Poussey’s backstory episode of Orange Is the New Black? (Vanity Fair)
Seth-Graham-Smith is being sued by his publisher. They say he needs to return half of his million dollar advance or write a book that isn’t 85% someone else’s work. It doesn’t look like he has plans to do either. (Daily Dot)
It was released that Hillary Clinton used the program BleachBit to erase emails, but what Trump heard was something closer to a scene from Zoolander.
Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of using "bleach" a "chemical" to get rid of her email, which "nobody has ever heard of"— Christopher Hayes (@chrislhayes) August 31, 2016
Every time we think things are looking up, someone releases a new wave of sexist kids’ clothing. (Revelist)
This is a brilliant explainer on Anthony Weiner and the rise of the dick pic. (Vox)
Cannonballer Belphebe gives five stars to The Spanish Cape Mystery by Ellery Queen. "Reading this book is like drinking a nice cup of hot chocolate with the little marshmallows (and more than a touch of brandy) while cozying up in a window seat during a rainstorm on a day you called in sick." Have you read any Ellery Queen? (Cannonball Read 8)