film / tv / politics / social media / lists / web / celeb / pajiba love / misc / about / cbr
film / tv / politics / web / celeb


Someone Is Letting Lindsay Lohan Look After Children While Michael Rooker Groots

By Geek Girl Diva | Pajiba Love | August 26, 2014 |

By Geek Girl Diva | Pajiba Love | August 26, 2014 |

If we ever go back to writing with quills, this is a lovely Harry Potter themed set of pens. (Nerd Approved)

My nerd husband who chortles while watching The Big Bang Theory called this article on why nerds hate the show “completely phoned in click bait at it’s worst.” (Gamma Squad)

My friend Donna put together the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos for everyone in Episode VII. Now I want someone to edit all of them together with the Imperial March soundtrack. (HitFix)

While the Emmy voters may not have noticed Idris Elba was at the Emmys, he was and he looked handsome as all get out. (Lainey Gossip)

Bedhead gave me a gift today with this rundown of OITNB ladies at the Emmys. (Celebitchy)

Someone is letting Lindsay Lohan take care of their children. O.O (The Superficial)

Bryan Fuller just tweeted my new favorite everything picture in the history of ever and anything. (EW)

Sophie Turner says Sansa Stark is kind of like Gollum. (The Mary Sue)

Lena Dunham, what did you wear to the Emmys and why? Seriously, who let her out of the house in this? (GFY)

There’s talk of a new movie of The Stand. Let’s start casting! (Death and Taxes)

Ridley Scott may push back Prometheus 2 so he can make the Blade Runner sequel. I feel like a bad geek because I’m not excited for either one. (/Film)

A little fun for the poetry fans. Someone went and wrote pop songs as sonnets. (Flavorwire)

JENSEN ACKLES JOINED TWITTER ::kermit flail:: (DListed)

This = every Doctor Who fan ever. (Real Life Comics)

This. This allllll day. Michael Rooker “Grooting” with Dave Bautista. (Unreality)

Geek Girl Diva wants cookies.

Leonardo DiCaprio Accepts the ALS #IceBucketChallenge, Nominates Prime Minister of Canada | Could the Twisty, Violent, Hyper-Entertaining 'Utopia' Be TV's Best Show?