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The ‘Baby Reindeer’ Speculation Is Getting Out of Hand

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 23, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 23, 2024 |


Baby Reindeer creator Richard Gadd is now openly asking fans of the Netflix series to stop speculating on the real-life identities of the characters because people are “unfairly getting caught up” in the theories. “That’s not the point of our show.” (The Wrap)

Zendaya’s ascent leading up to Challengers has been measured and strategic and she’s not pretending otherwise. (Lainey Gossip)

You know we can’t actually fit all the unhoused people in our overcrowded prisons, right? (Wonkette)

From Tori: Dan Stevens talks about being THAT GUY — Read: little weirdo hottie — in everything. (Variety)

From Andrew: Conan’s fan from the first episode of Conan O’Brien Must Go released a music video of their collab, and it’s a bop. (YouTube)

“For years, people who have found Google search frustrating have been adding ‘Reddit’ to the end of their search queries. This practice is so common that Google even acknowledged the phenomenon in a post announcing that it will be scraping Reddit posts to train its AI. And so, naturally, there are now services that will poison Reddit threads with AI-generated posts designed to promote products.” (404 Media)

When did Katy Perry become Elon Musk’s go-to PR shill? (The Daily Beast)

Donald Trump’s actual defense in his hush money trail is that he never had sex with Stormy Daniels or Karen McDougal. That’s literally how he’s going to try and play this. Good luck, champ. (TPM)

Rebel Moon - Part Two has somehow rocketed itself to the top of the Netflix charts, which raises the question: Is there nothing else on Netflix right now? What the hell? (Deadline)

People hate Chris Pratt again. (Jezebel)

How much of Elden Ring did George R.R. Martin really write? (Polygon)

Drmllz was tricked by the beautiful cover into reading Katy Hayes dark academia thriller, The Cloisters; as an academic, she gave the book one star. “Honestly, it needs more sex and violence, and more sense of place, and indeed dread, in order to work as the thing it’s trying to be.” Is there a book related to your profession that enrages you? (Cannonball Read 16)

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