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MTV Officially Doesn't Care Anymore

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | February 10, 2010 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | February 10, 2010 |

This is stupid: The next season of “Jersey Shore” is going to be set in Miami. God MTV, you can’t even correlate the title of your own show with its content. (IBBB)

Oh, but I guess MTV actually does care about the title of their network correlating with their programming, so the new MTV logo has officially dropped the “music television” part. (Warming Glow)

“American Idol” went to Hollywood last night, and it also marked Ellen DeGeneres’ debut to the series. (Hairballs)

Here’s an addendum to yesterday’s “Mirror Scare” clip, to include Evil Dead II and Roman Polanski’s Repulsion. I won’t lie, I literally screamed out loud at that mirror scare part when I watched Repulsion. (FourFour)

Completely unrelated to the actual context of this post, this Bollywood actor looks exactly like Tommy Wiseau from The Room. (Agent Bedhead)

John Mayer’s rare medical condition of “diarrhea of the mouth” shits all over the upcoming issue of Playboy. (Litelysalted)

“Deadliest Catch” star Captain Phil Harris has passed away, and oddly enough it had nothing whatsoever to do with deadly catches. (DListed)

So Alex Rodriguez is banging Cameron Diaz now? Gross. What do all these women see in him anyway? He’s like a giant orange man whose neck is thicker than his head. (Yeeeah!)

So have you heard of this new Google Buzz thing? And just when you finally got a grip on Facebook’s latest site redesign. (google blog)

I think I may have missed some of it while I was out of town last week, but John Williams continues his great movie countdown with 85-81. This is probably the only time Die Hard and The Apartment will share the same list. (ASWOBA)

I’m relatively unhip for someone who lives in a major metropolitan area and often frequents rock clubs, so I had no clue that “minimalism” is the big indie music trend of the moment. (Audiosuede)

Here’s a review of a book which studies famous hypochondriacs: The Hypochondriacs: Nine Tormented Lives, by Brian Dillon. (Second Pass)

So now Jim Carrey might be back in The Three Stooges again? Dear God I can’t take any more of this just MAKE UP YOUR MINDS already. (The Playlist)

Here’s a list of the greatest geek romances of all time. (Cinematical)

This is the most bitter, jaded Valentine’s Day guide I have ever read in my life and, quite frankly, makes me feel kind of guilty for actually having plans for once this year. (Notes on Bar Napkins)

Gwen Stefani has a new perfume out which has a giant cartoonized statue of her on the bottle. Because of course it does. (Impulsive Buy)

Ha ha ha ha. Megan Fox had to use a “thumb double” in her Superbowl Motorola commercial because her real thumbs are too sideshowey grotesque. (Celebslam)

To everyone bitching about Marc Webb directing the reboot of the Spiderman franchise … Just think, it could always be worse. Thanks, Lauren!

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