I think I’ve reported this at least three other times in Pajiba Love in the two years I’ve been writing this column (really??), but it seems as though the much beloved “The State” is finally coming to DVD in July. Huzzah! (AV Club)
Oh snap!! Can you believe Mel Gibson’s wife filed for divorce? Well … yeah, I guess we can. But that doesn’t make it any less juicy. (Webster’s)
So, I finally just watched the clip of the 48-year-old woman who’s never been kissed singing on “Britain’s Got Talent.” If you say you can watch this without at least getting some serious goosepbump action, then you are a liar. (Celebitchy)
Oh, Jesus. Lindsay Lohan taken taken to Funny or Die to make light of her past and ongoing problems. The result is decidedly less endearing then when, say, Paris Hilton did this, which says a lot. (AgentBedhead)
A writer gave up wine for a month (GAH!!!) and discovered that, bottom line, life is not as much fun without it. Duh, I could have told her that. (SeriousEats)
Scarlett Johansson is making us all feel crappy over speculating over her weight. She’s getting into “superhero shape,” dammit, everyone leave her alone now. (HuffPo)
When Kathie Lees Attack: The Zac Efron impersonating her son Cody on “Saturday Night Live” edition. (Yeeeah!)
When I saw that Descent was “the worst movie ever,” I was like, huh. My sister told me that was supposed to be really good and scary. But, that was THE Descent. Huge diff. (FilmSchoolRejects)
The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty, by Peter Singer, will make you feel totally guilty about those new organic Egyptian cotton sheets you just bought from West Elm. (SecondPass)
Here’s a peek back to Bill O-Reilly’s hard hitting journalism for “Inside Edition,” when he asked the tough questions to Nintendo enthusiasts in 1988. Hee! (omg blog)
White people apparently hate people who wear Ed Hardy. I did not know who Ed Hardy was, previous to this post, but I think I’m now in the club. (SWPL)
Our friends over at Screen Junkies put together this exclusive clip for Angels & Demons. You know, fart humor probably would have made The Da Vinci Code more bearable, too.
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