Thanks for Scaring the Sh*t Out of Us, Dan Harmon
Donald Glover was pulled into one of the most awkward moments in BET Awards history, and it was all Jamie Foxx’s fault. (Lainey)
Speaking of the BET Awards, damn, Janelle Monae. (GFY)
Dan Harmon left a tweet that has since been deleted that was supposed to say that he was leaving Twitter for a while, but the impression many got was that he was leaving this mortal coil. There were a few anxious, terrifying moments before he clarified. Before he left Twitter, he did drop this amusing exchange.
I leave you - i Leave you Twitter, not I leave you mortal coil - with the adorable exchange between me and @billprady two seconds after I tweeted my accidentally ambiguous farewell. See you on instagram pic.twitter.com/ujVGwP2Fji— Dan Harmon (@danharmon) June 25, 2018
Brad Pitt looks great, but aging in reverse? Nah, man. Nah. (Celebitchy)
Awww! I love that Katherine Heigl is apologizing for something again. It feels like old times, especially because she really doesn’t need to apologize for this, either. (Dlisted)
This really does feel like the sunken place.
DISPATCH FROM @TRUMPDC: The group Virginia Women for Trump held a belated birthday party for the president on Sunday at his Washington hotel, where a model walked the runway in Asian-style costume while the North Korean national anthem played. @NYTLiz: https://t.co/a28gI6QAwa pic.twitter.com/tZ5F4VCDNi— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) June 25, 2018
Jason Alexander says that it just wasn’t the same for him after Larry David left Seinfeld. (Uproxx)
Also I’ve already linked to Lainey here, and Kayleigh wrote a spectacular piece on Hannah Gadsby’s stand-up special, but I genuinely want to amplify everyone who is talking about it, because like nothing else I’ve seen in years, it deserves to be seen. (Lainey)
This is phenomenal: Black talent from 47 of Netflix’s shows came together to pose for a photo, A Great Day in Hollywood, inspired by the iconic 1958 photo A Great Day in Harlem. (The Root)
Kristy argues over at SYFY FANGRRLS that MegaMind deserves more credit. After all, it’s a kids movie that warned of the danger of Nice Guys. (FANGRRLS)
“Do you think that being asked to leave a restaurant, or having your meal interrupted, or being called by the public is bad? My fascism-enabling friends, this is only the beginning.” Hamilton Nolan is fire here. (Splinter)
Who else freaked the fuck out when the Mom ate her son in that Pixar short before Incredibles 2? And how many of you were crying by the end (*raises hand*). (FSR)
Sempernox read as much Greek, Roman, and Egyptian mythology as they could as a kid. The combination of the unfamiliar gods and favorite author made Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology irresistible. "After reading this collection, you come to learn how human these gods really are. They’re petty, vindictive, and cruel, yet they gave the gift of life to humans." Outside of MCU’s Thor, how familiar are you with the Norse gods? (Cannonball Read 10)
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