Neil Patrick Harris finally got himself a twitter account (he really wasn’t on twitter yet?), with which he is predictably charming and adorable, using expressions like “Holy Pete!” (Unreality)
Kevin Smith’s upcoming buddy cop movie isn’t allowed to be called A Couple of Dicks anymore because it might make old ladies faint and corrupt the minds of children or whatever. (Screen Junkies)
Fun fact: That House dude from “House” once guest-starred on an episode of “Friends,” and this is pretty much the funniest thing I’ve seen all day. (Agent Bedhead)
I didn’t think Nicolas Cage could possibly become less attractive, but he seems to have inexplicably aged twenty years in the past two months. (Litelysalted)
Twilight: New Moon director Chris Weitz says he’s retiring from the biz because Hollywood is making him compromise his artistic vision or some crap. Whatever, to me he’ll always be the guy who had a gay love scene with Mike White in Chuck and Buck. (Film Drunk)
Sophia Vergara from “Modern Family” made a sort-of rape joke on “The View” yesterday, but honestly I’m more concerned with the fact that she has an eighteen-year-old son and she’s still younger than me. Sigh. (IBBB)
Mary Kate Olsen drew fashion inspiration from “early ’80s/extraterrestrial” for her ensemble that she wore to MoMA’s honoring of Tim Burton the other night. (Yeeeah!)
Jenna Jameson and her cosmetically butchered face went on “Oprah,” and I really just love that on the level of big Oprah guests Jenna Jameson = Sarah Palin. (Celebitchy)
Cage match: Which television couple would you like to reach through the computer and throttle the most? Lou Dobbs and Bill O’Reilly (Warming Glow)? Or Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag (Litelysalted)? Can I answer by saying that I wish I had eight throttlin’ arms?
The finalists for this year’s Bad Sex in Fiction Award has been announced, and honestly I had no idea such an award even existed in the first place. (Second Pass)
I can’t believe I missed this for Paheeba Day yesterday, but here is a helpful User’s Guide to “Boob Terminology,” as written by a man. But I know you ladies would be able to flesh this list out better — pun totally intended. (Holy Taco)
For no reason other than I love sweet, sweet nostalgia, here are a bunch of theme songs to ’80s television shows. How I miss the days of fun theme songs. (Thundersquee!)
Martha Stewart was asked about Rachael Ray and she basically verbally cut a bitch. (DListed)
Sofi-dofi sent me this adora-freakin-ble video starring (but not really) Godtopus and Godtopussy, and it will make me seriously reevaluate whether I’ll ever eat octopus again:
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