A&E is reportedly airing a very special episode of “Intervention,” only it’s going to guest-starring David Hasselhoff and running for an entire season. (Yeeeah!)
Speaking of celebrities who I’d actually like to get their own reality show — STAINS the Australian Shepherd made famous by “The Soup” has won DListed’s Hot Slut of the Year Award. Congrats, STAINS! (DListed)
Christian Hagen formerly of Pajiba Music has started a new music website with some of the other Pajiba Music alums such as Caspar, Chris Polley and Felicia playing along, too. Go check ‘em out! (AudioSuede)
Keri Russell finds something amusing. My best guess? Brendan’s hairpiece and Harrison’s jowls. (Agent Bedhead)
Here’s Dan’s recap of the latest thrilling installment of “American Idol.” (Hairballs)
You’ve already seen the Top 100 Cheesiest Movie Lines, (which is all over the internet, with mostly no credit given to Pajiba, natch) but here are the Top Ten Cheesiest Horror Movie Lines. (Bloody Disgusting)
Even though she basically turned herself into a mannequin for the “sake” of her career, Heidi Montag’s new musical album sold six hundred and some change during its first week. Ha ha ha. (Litelysalted)
IFC is planning to release Todd Solondz’s Life During Wartime this summer. Spoiler alert! It will probably be really uncomfortable and make you squeamish. (The Playlist)
Everyone knows that January is Hollywood’s cinematic dumping grounds, but here are the most successful January releases of all time. (Screen Junkies)
I don’t think Pajiba has ever put a list like this together: But here are ten of the stupidest movies. Really though Jerms, how are you gonna tell me that Crank stupider than Crank 2? It’s just unpossible. (Notes on Bar Napkins)
The only reason I’m linking this is because the headline cracked me up: “Ryan Reynolds Walks Around Like He’s Posing For a Magazine.” (Celebitchy)
Thanks to Tamatha, here is a handy flowchart on whether or not your should eat food that dropped on the floor. Five second rule, bitches! (SF Weekly)
Earlier this week I mentioned that Mischa Barton had been given a guest-starring role as a prostitute on “Law & Order: SVU,” but now the word is she couldn’t even remember seven lines that she was given. (Celebslam)
For some reason two guys had the wherewithal to recreate the “Perfect Strangers” opening credits only set in Seattle. I assume it was all worth it, because they got a little bit famous on the internet for like ten seconds. Score!
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