I’ve never watched any “Celebrity Apprentice” before, because, gag — but this season looks like it’s shaping up to be a beautiful trainwreck. Although I don’t know how I’ll get used to seeing Bret Michaels without his usual gaggle of skanks. (Celebitchy)
Some moderately talented put together a website Photoshopping Nicolas Cage’s face onto a bunch of different faces. Because Nic Cage humor never, ever gets old. (NicolasCageIsEveryone)
Oh Jesus, Tila Tequila’s supposed “fiancee” and heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, Casey Johnson, was found dead in her apartment. I don’t want to say Tila Tequila had something to do with it, but … Tila Tequila probably had something to do with it. (Litelysalted)
The newest “trend” as universities across the country are college classes on “The Wire.” Oh, “The Wire,” someday I will watch you. (Warming Glow)
Just to summarize, Julie Benz’s television career trajectory: From “Buffy” to “Angel”to “Dexter” to … “Desperate Housewives.” *simulates plane going down noises* (Unreality)
Vanity Fair put together a cover story expose on Tiger Woods and just for the ladies, paired it with a never-before-seen shirtless photograph. Yow! (Yeeeah!)
McDonald’s have released their own take on the Starbucks’ Frappuccino, the “McDonald’s Frappe.” Or as I like to call it, “Coronary in a Cup.” (Impulsive Buy)
The latest word on the Farrelly Brothers inevitable turd of a big screen adaptation of “The Three Stooges” is that Penn is back in, but Carrey is out. (The Playlist)
For no reason whatsoever, here is Alyson Hannigan and her adorable baby girl photographed out having a picnic together. (Agent Bedhead)
Kevin Alejandro of “Southland” and who apparently recurred on “Weeds” only I have no idea who he was and can’t be bothered to IMDB it, is going to be the newest cast member of “True Blood.” (Bloody Disgusting)
Oh, how super cool: Michael Cera is palling around with the cast of “Jersey Shore.” Because it’s ironic, get it? (DListed)
Ann M. Martin and Scholastic are planning to reissue and “revamp” The Babysitters Club series. I don’t know what they mean by revamp per se, but I’m guessing something along the lines of adding references to cell phones and home computers. (Zelda Lily)
Oh, and here’s a quiz about another beloved blast from the past: “The Adventures of Pete and Pete.” (mental floss)
Here are the ten biggest vampire movie fails. Ha ha ha, I totally remember Once Bitten. (Screen Junkies)
Last year I posted a music video-style short that Pajiba commenter Wendy’s brother and his friend put out parodying Twilight, and here is their New Moon sequel. Ehh, I’m pretty indifferent to all the Twilight stuff but, why not, it’s cute enough.
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