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SNL's Michael Che is Still An Asshole

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | March 21, 2018 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | March 21, 2018 |


You know: Colin Jost has learned this year not to speak to issues clearly outside his lane. Michael Che? Not so much. He is also continuing his pattern of calling out writers who take issue with his problematic statements. Some of you may remember two years ago when we posted a few Michael Che quotes and he not only called us out but insulted one of our very best commenters. He deleted those comments, which is also a pattern for Che, much like the Instagram posts he deleted after he directed fans to harass a journalist who took issue with Che’s repeated use of the word “tranny.” (Jezebel)

What happened to Taylor Kitsch and Rachel McAdams? When did that end? Anyway, here’s Riggins on what may or may not be a date with a “mystery woman.” (LG)

Since we no longer have a President or First Lady with class, manners, or writing skills, it falls to our former President and First Lady to send a hand-written letter to the students of Parkland. - (The Hill)

Is bright blue mascara making a comeback? I’m ambivalent. The right color of blue could look so great on some people, but that blue from the ’80s sticks in my memory like an electric nightmare. - (Celebitchy)

Forbes wrote a misguided op-ed by a film critic who declared Black Panther had become “Hollywood’s Worst Nightmare.” But The Root broke down its problematic angle in a way that keeps you informed but doesn’t require giving the original your time or click. - (The Root)

This made me laugh so hard I snorted in a very unattractive way! What the even fuck? Kanye West is coming out with a dating site for fans of Kanye - no TayTay fans allowed! - (Dlisted)

I KNOW it’s only Spring, but stay with me here, Thursday might be the day to start your Christmas shopping if you have kids to shop for. Toys ‘R’ Us begins their enormous going-out-of-business sales tomorrow. - (io9)

Fred Savage is being sued for harassment, basically in the form of being a total asshole to a female crew member on the set of The Grinder. Younjoo Hwang accuses Savage of “aggressive behavior, intimidation, and constant use of profanities aimed at female employees.” Fox apparently investigated and cleared Savage, and Savage — for his part — completely denies the allegations, but it’s not the first time he’s been accused of harassment. He was also accused by a costumer on The Wonder Years of unsavory behavior.

Proof that Tessa Thompson can do anything, including making me want to run a marathon. - (Vulture)

Round 2 of Fug Madness is over - get ready for the Sweet Sixteen! Did your favorite make it to the next round? - (GFY)

I’m happy to see that I’m not the only one who’s remained fascinated and enthralled by Isabella Rossellini’s necklace/shirt in Death Becomes Her. - (SyFy Wire)

Holy cats, this dog does have a human-looking face! - (SouthernLiving)

CaityCat is ready to declare Turtles All the Way Down John Green’s best book. She’s got a tabbed and notated copy to back her up. "It’s a meaningful story told with Green’s signature style and wit, and I loved it." Do you mark up your favorite sections in your favorite books? (Cannonball Read 10)

Lainey is the copy editor & linkmaster. You can Tweet at her on Twitter.