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Robin Wright Says Sean Penn Taught Her How to Love... By Being an Unlovable Monster

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 10, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 10, 2015 |

Is Andrew Rannells the only man on the planet who looks better without a beard? I miss his beautiful face. (GFY)

That Walking Dead spinoff may not have a title yet, but it’s just been picked up for two seasons. (Uproxx)

Robin Wright threw some very mild shade at Sean Penn. Slightly less mild if you decide to translate this (as I have) to “Sean taught me how to be happy because by showing me what a toxic demented hate monster looks like, I can now tell the difference between them and actual humans!” (Celebitchy)

Yesterday I said I had no words left for Kim Kardashian. Joel McHale does, though: a big ol’ THANK YOU. Basically for Homer Simpson reasons. (Daily Beast)

Gwyneth Paltrow made a little flip book of pictures of her lady friends. I know I don’t actually know anything about any of these women, but I want so badly to believe that Lake Bell is WAY too cool to suffer through any extended Goop conversations. (Lainey)

This is now how you break the Internet, Lindsay. (Superficial)

“Two models got into a fight over Rihanna” sounds like the setup to a terrible joke that probably ends in a pun, but really it’s just a warning. NEVER insult Rihanna, lest you face the wrath of Naomi Campbell. (DListed)

By now you’ve probably heard about the shit stains on the pants of the American university system that is Sigma Alpha Epsilon. When the racist musical numbers of these turds were made public, their school did the right thing and shut the frat down. A really unfortunate casualty of that decision, though, is the house’s African American chef, Howard, who will lose his job of 15 years. Thanks to our own Mswas for bringing this to my attention, and there’s an Indiegogo campaign that’s about to hit its target if you feel like pushing it over the edge. (Yahoo)

Bill Cosby has released a video message to tell us all (again) he’s “far from finished.” YOU DON’T GET TO DECIDE THAT, BILL. (Jezebel)

Ugh, two super depressing items in a row. Here’s a hummingbird snoring.

Something else fun: The Moral Philosophy of Calvin and Hobbes. (i09)

Chatelaine says that Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng is "a lovely, difficult book…a lesson in how not to raise your child, taught by proxy through parents who wanted nothing but success and happiness for their daughter." She highly recommends you read this one in her five-star review, " If you have kids or if your parent(s) ever intentionally or otherwise applied this sort of pressure to you, you’ll think about this book for a long time." (Cannonball Read 7)

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