In sad news, Mary Tyler Moore passed away today. She really could turn the world on with her smile. We’ll miss your spunk, Mary!
In all the hubbub and posts about the Women’s March(es), you may have missed Joanna’s lovely article about Carrie Fisher’s influence at the march. You should go read it. Maybe have a tissue with you. (Vanity Fair)
Like all aging
sitcoms pop stars, when your ratings start dipping, time to add some precocious youngsters to the show family. Next season on Oh, Madonna (Celebitchy)
In response to the video of FLOTUS that Jodi and Bekka were talking about, #FreeMelania is now trending on Twitter. This has to really rankle Supreme Leader Tiny Hands, because he doesn’t think anything should be “free.” (Twitter)
A refrigerator might not actually save you from an atomic bomb, but a bathtub could save you from a tornado. (Gizmodo )
Dan Harmon talks about the wait for more Rick and Morty over on Slashfilm. I don’t watch Rick and Morty, but I’ve just learned that there’s a character named Mr. Poopybutthole on it, and now I’m kind of wondering why I *don’t* watch Rick and Morty. (Slashfilm)
Speaking of things I didn’t know about (there are soooo many things), but many of you probably did, Marvel gave America Chavez her own comic, America. The cover for issue 2 is fierce. (The Mary Sue)
Pluiedenovembre discovered The Great British Bake-Off winner Nadiya Hussain’s The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters after a nasty review ran in The Guardian. She wants you to know it’s a very good read. Will you read it, or do you object to celebrities writing fiction? (Cannonball Read 9)
Do you object to tiny babychildren belting out country classics? Dolly Parton doesn’t!