Good news for “Supernatural” fangirls (and fanboys, pardon me): The CW is in talks to bring the show back for a sixth season, since the fate of the show has been, up until now, in the air. If there’s anything left for them to do anyway, since that whole apocalypse thing is going on. (Atomic Popcorn)
But that’s not all! The buzz on Season Three of “True Blood” is that there’s going to be Alexander Skarsgard nudity. Lots of it. When does that show start up again, like September? Oh, bother. (Celebitchy)
Michael Winterbottom’s The Killer Inside Me, starring Casey Affleck, Kate Hudson and Jessica Alba and which just premiered at Sundance, is supposed to be the “Antichrist” of this year. So, the movie I won’t see because I’m way too squeamish of this year then, I guess. (The Playlist)
Dan Carlson finishes up his two-part tribute to Conan’s last week as the host of “The Tonight Show.” (Hairballs)
And in other Conan news — his “expensive” bits last week might have been a joke, but Tom Hanks walking out onstage to the Beatles wasn’t. (Celebslam)
Jon Travolta is flying to Haiti with four tons of supplies for the people in need, and — just to piss on his own goodwill — four ministers of Scientology. (Litelysalted)
If you were a 10-year-old boy at some point during the 1980’s, you probably love Weird Al Yankovich and will be pleased to hear that he’s signed a production deal with Cartoon Network. (Screen Junkies)
There’s some new website which is supposedly the best “20 Questions” guesser ever. OK, I just tried it and it even guessed “Sam Winchester.” I’m officially impressed. (Unreality)
I heard something about a new “sarcasm” punctuation mark last week and thought it was a joke but apparently it’s completely real. Seriously, if you can’t adequately convey sarcasm on your own you pretty much fail at life. (mental floss)
Here are 20 of the greatest musical moments in the history of “The Simpsons.” Well, the ones that are available on YouTube or Hulu, anyway. (Pitchfork)
Here’s a first look at Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf Wall Street 2: You Kids Get Off My Lawn. (Agent Bedhead)
Because I know how most of you love a good Natalie Portman bashing session, today’s news is that Ms. Portman stepped down off of her high and mighty throne just long enough to homewreck some dude away from his girlfriend. (DListed)
This clip combines two of my favorite things: Squirrel humor and drunkeness. Thanks to tris.
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