I Must Go. My Home Planet Needs Me.
I know this is going to be very sad news for you all, but “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” a television institution for the past two-plus decades, is going to air its final show on September 9th, 2011. Your move, “Simpsons.” (Yeeeah!)
Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest edition of GOOP informs you of what to do with your Thanksgiving leftovers, because apparently that bitch thinks that turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce sandwiches are too fucking pedestrian. (Agent Bedhead)
An extensive Tim Burton exhibition is opening this weekend at MoMA which will be running through April of next year. So even if you live on the other coast, you’ve got no excuse not to see it. (Atomic Popcorn)
Alex Trebek might be embroiled in some sort of sex scandal involving young Korean boys. Then again, he might not be. (Litelysalted)
I’ve never seen Disney’s animated Hercules (as many of you probably didn’t) but here is as good case for it as ever. (Alert Nerd)
Speaking of Herculean characters, the “American Gladiator” movie is apparently still happening. Oh, goody. (Film Drunk)
I picked up a copy of Stephen King’s new novel Under the Dome, at Target the other night but put it down after realizing there was no description on the bookflap. Sure, I could have easily just looked it up on my iPhone but I require bookflap description, dammit! Anyway, it just came out and it’s already being adapted into a miniseries by none other than Steven Spielberg. (The Playlist)
Ooh, last night was a “Ryan” episode of “The Office.” Speaking of which, but not really, was anyone else totally disappointed with the pre-hiatus episode of “Supernatural” (which I watched in place of “The Office”) last night? Um, can you say “anticlimactic?” (Hairballs)
Tina Fey spoke at the Ad Council last night and tore into her bosses at NBC. But hey, lay off Philadelphia, got it Fey? We happen to have some VERY NICE industrial parks on the Schuylkill river. (Celebitchy)
Guhhh … This review of Amy’s ravioli bowl is totally making my stomach growl. I love Amy’s deliciously overpriced frozen foods. (Impulsive Buy)
Because I cannot get enough of the trailer for MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” here are the top six “Jersey Shore” trailer quotes. But really, any quote from the “Jersey Shore” trailer is at least an honorable mention. (DListed)
Here are five reasons not to see Twilight: New Moon this weekend. Of course, this being Pajiba many of you don’t even need one. (Cinematical)
I don’t really have any words to describe the picture contained in this link, other than it hurt my heart. (Notes on Bar Napkins)
True story. I just watched Total Recall earlier this week when my boyfriend and our roommate made me sit through a double feature of that and Robocop, which I also had never seen. Anyway, it made me totally excited about this clip compiling all of the violent deaths in Total Recall:
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