If you haven’t done son yet, do yourself a favor and go to Google and type in a search for “A long time ago in a galaxy far far away.”
Oh, and while you’re Googling Star Wars, you may as well go all the way with it. (Google Star Wars)
Diane Kruger and Pacey (RIP) would like to show us what NASCAR be like. (Lainey)
It’s comforting to know that after all these years, Prince is still exactly, 100% Prince. (Go Fug Yourself)
Did you watch Hey Arnold as a kid? I sure did. So the now-33 year old actor who voiced the titular character is doing WEIRD things to my childhood memories. I just want to curl up and take a nap inside that beard. (HuffPo)
And for some equal-opportunity 90s-based sexual confusion, Christie Brinkley posting a bikini shot on Instagram. Actually, that one isn’t all that confusion. She looks GOOD. I should invest in more big hats. (Instagram)
Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari have a new baby Cutlet (I only know who they are because of The League) and her name just sounds like a mean prank. They’ve doomed her to a life of “Your name is Taylor?” “No, Saylor.” “Sailor?” “Yeah, but spelled like Taylor.” Mean. (Celebitchy)
Full Frontal has a great new ad out. Samantha Bee doesn’t want to be a destroyer of worlds! She just wants to host a comedy show.
The Sun published a claim that 1 in 5 British Muslims have “sympathy for jihadis” in Syria, so, naturally, #1in5Muslims became a hashtag. Twitter sure did have a lot of fun with that one. (BuzzFeed)
I’m still excited to spend my long weekend watching Man in the High Castle, and the rageconfusion brought on by this train car ad campaign doesn’t change that, but it comes close. How the hell did this get thought of, approved by Amazon, and approved again by the MTA? Did no one really think people would f*cking hate this? (Gothamist)
Did you think Ahmed Mohamed was just going to let that whole ‘getting arrested over a clock’ thing go? Just because he got a trip to the White House? Nope, he would like $15 million and a whole bunch of apologies, and he’d like them right the hell now please. (Jezebel)
These zombies throw good shade.
And you guys thought WE were torturing our fans… https://t.co/TJbjPHgVix— The Walking Dead (@TheWalkingDead) November 23, 2015
Congratulations to ardaigle, who bookended her half Cannonball with books about dystopian futures. After opening the year with Station Eleven, ardaigle wrote her 26th review about Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake. Have you read either of these? (Cannonball Read 7)