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On the Cover of the Rolling Stone: Pope Francis Hits the Big Time

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | January 29, 2014 |

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | January 29, 2014 |

Everyone’s waiting to see if Daryl finally goes off on you-know-who for you-know-what…I don’t want to spoil anyone. If you’re current, have a looksie at this new Walking Dead midseason trailer featuring possible beat-down evidence. (EW)

Like I’ll ever stop reminding everyone…Hey, Hannibal returns February 28th! If you haven’t watched the incredible first season (or want a re-watch), you can now stream the Madsness on Amazon Prime. (Vulture)

Love reading about word origins and how meanings have evolved over the years? I’ve been working my way through Mark Forsyth’s delightful stroll, but if you only have lunchtime free, check out this short list of words that have changed over the years. (Mental Floss)

Lovely wordsmith Tina Fey doesn’t have a license or drive, but she’ll commit to 22 episodes of riding around with Jerry Seinfeld. And really, who wouldn’t watch Driving Miss Tina? (YouTube)

Melissa McCarthy takes on SNL hosting duties a third time this weekend, and if the (mostly) adorable promos are any indicator, she’s about to kick some ass. (NBC)

The bossman talks 9 Characters Who Valiantly Survived Ann Perkins (Parks and Recreation) Syndrome. (Warming Glow)

Who are the three best Marvel characters? That’s easy: Hiddleston, Stewart and McKellen. Oh wait, characters? I’m only qualified to debate actors; you head on over to the debate and have it out for me, will you? (Underscoopfire)

Chris Evans! I forgot Chris Evans. No worries; Marvel has faith in our good Captain. The Winter Soldier hasn’t even hit screens yet (April 4th) and Warner Bros. already decided Anthony and Joe Russo will direct the third installment. (The Mary Sue)

Demon Batman says “Good morning.” Uh, no thank you—I’ll stick with ordinary Batman. (Unreality)

If there’s such a thing as a religious superhero, his name must be Francis Jorge Mario Bergoglio, aka the first pope to hit the cover of Rolling Stone. Cue the Peter Gabriel. (Celebitchy)

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr accepted The Beatles’ lifetime achievement award at last weekend’s Grammy’s, then gathered with a multitude of musicians to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of their Ed Sullivan Show debut. (That party will air as a special on CBS, February 9th). Now Vans is getting in on the action with a “Yellow Submarine Collection” of sneakers that are actually pretty damned cool. (Uproxx)


Look, I dug Macklemore’s Grammy suit, but even he knows he shouldn’t have won Best Rap Album. Dude wants everyone to know he feels extra guilty about that one. (Dlisted)

Aw, Goopy had a bad day. Maybe some sort of pureed tofu/kale pick-me-up cleanse shake would help? (Go Fug Yourself)

Songwriter Paul Williams—who contributed to Daft Punk’s Grammy winning Random Access Memory—is also working with Guillermo del Toro on the not dead Pan’s Labyrinth musical. The Pacific Rim director is a huge fan of Williams’ collaboration with Brian De Palma’s Phantom of the Paradise rock musical. (Slashfilm)

Honey Bee gave 5 stars to The Doomsday Book by Connie Willis and calls it "funny, interesting, and genuinely moving." Have you read this splendid time travel tale? (Cannonball Read 6)

Oh Daily Mail, never change! (via Boing Boing)

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Cindy Davis, (Twitter) only reads The Daily Mail for pictures.

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