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The Men Of 'The O.C.' All Have Baby Fever & Josh Brolin Is Sick of Ryan Gosling's Fake, Silly New York Accent

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 24, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 24, 2015 |

This is the first time I’ve been watching South Park regularly in about a decade, and I’m… conflicted. (Which is basically that show’s entire brand, I suppose.) The first third of last week’s Caitlyn Jenner episode was fantastic. Last night’s Jenner stuff was… fine. Last night’s Donald Trump stuff, though, was peak South Park. In that it was funny and painfully insightful… and then it went off the rails with an actual rape and murder. (Uproxx)

Oh, Erika Christensen, no! Without Parenthood off the air, I can only assume she is now devoting all her time to figuring out what to wear when you meet Xenu. (Go Fug Yourself)

I didn’t know Ben McKenzie and Morena Baccarin were even dating (outside of their Gotham characters), but now they’re having a baby! My god, that’s going to be an attractive child. (US)

Is it just a coincidence then (yes) that Adam Brody and Leighton Meester just had a baby? All the men of The OC are getting on that baby train. Peter Gallagher, you’re next! (E!)

Josh Brolin called out Ryan Gosling (or some other Canadian with a permanent fake De Niro impression) for his ridiculous accent. Baby Goose, you are from Ontario, not 1970s New York. Accept it. (DListed)

Would you buy a coffee table book curated by and featuring pictures of Gisele Bundchen? Well, you can. For only $700. (Celebitchy)

Maisie Williams and her brother’s horseplay looks very different from my own growing up.

Mark Duplass has a message from the future for everyone who voted for Trump back in 2016. (Twitter)

Roland Emmerich tried to defend Stonewall, basically just described the definition of privilege. (BuzzFeed)

A local Chicago news station did a story on Yom Kippur, and used the worst stock photo possible by mistake. (HuffPo)

It’s bisexuality awareness week. Celebrate (at the very least) by accepting and embracing the fact that bisexuality is a real thing, and bi erasure is damaging. (Daily Dot)

Malin gives 4.5 stars to Dark Wild Night by Christina Lauren. This romance features two comic book geeks who get married in Las Vegas, get an annullment, then become the very best of friends. This "extremely quick and satisfying read" is part of a series featuring the same group of characters, and Malin’s already looking forward to the next book, which doesn’t come out until February 2016. (Cannonball Read 7)

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