I wouldn’t want a Garrison Keillor comeback even if he wasn’t a skeezy, gross old dude. Garrison Keillor is the worst. He’s always been the worst, and he will always be the worst. So, no thanks. (Vulture)
Where is Jessica Simpson these days? Oh, I forgot that I don’t care (but also, about to have another child, and here’s the gender reveal party photos to prove it). (Lainey)
It’s cool you want to be good friends and text all the time with Drake, Millie Bobby Brown. But, like, you know: Be careful. He dated an 18-year-old model whom he had also known for years before they dated. (Celebitchy)
Brad now gets to see the kids every other day, and also, man: Those poor damn kids. (Dlisted)
Oh god, there was a terrifying moment, just as the page loaded, that I thought Keri Russell was with Zach Braff. You won’t be able to unsee it. (GFY)
Related: The NYTimes Review of Books editor is out after allowing sexual assaulter Jian Ghomeshi the opportunity to try and blaze his own comeback in the pages of the NYTimes last week. (NYTimes)
Comedian and amazing person Rob Delaney writes at length about the death of his young son, and it is just hard. And heartbreaking. And hard. (Medium)
Whatever works for you, Paul!
Dame Maggie Smith turning on Dame Judi Dench is your new happy place. (Vulture)
Whatever this is, it made Professor Wilson here very, very excited.
Job 30:26. pic.twitter.com/9kZ0s6FYQ7— Daredevil (@Daredevil) September 19, 2018
Jeff Flake takes a swipe at Don Jr.
This is sickening. No one should make light of this situation. pic.twitter.com/G7rlT3IKTQ— Jeff Flake (@JeffFlake) September 19, 2018
If you’re famous, NEVER READ THE COMMENTS! Unless you’re here, where it’s OK to read the comments. Unless you’re Sean Penn. Or an Affleck. Or Matt Damon. Or Chost. Or Tom Cruise. Or Dunham or Schumer or OK. Nevermind. NEVER READ THE COMMENTS. (AV Club)
Christ, I love Billy Eichner.
LeBron James has hired Ryan Coogler to produce a Space Jam sequel.
Hear me out: Instead of making Space Jam 2, they make literally any other movie— Drew Magary (@drewmagary) September 19, 2018
When she thought about reviewing a cookbook for the CBR10 Book Bingo Reading Challenge, melanir decided to return to an old favorite, Martha Stewart’s Baking Handbook. "This book has given me the courage to try making eclairs, flaky biscuits (I used to be a drop biscuit only kind of person cause those didn’t intimidate me), all kinds of cakes, french macarons and so many other things." Do you have a favorite cookbook that you return to for recipes? (Cannonball Read 10)
Tom Brady reportedly wanted to divorce Bill Belichick during the offseason, and my reservoir of snide Patriots comments has run dry, so I better shut this post down. (Daily Beast)
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