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The Playboy Mansion Is Up For Sale, But Comes With One Major, Monkey-Paw-Level Catch

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 12, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 12, 2016 |

Teen Wolf’s Charlie Carver came out on Instagram with a powerful message of wanting to be the person he needed as a scared, self-hating kid. (MTV)

iZombie is back tonight! You’re watching this show, right? If not, get on that, and really all you should need to convince you is a glance at the title sequence. It is perfection. (Inverse)

The Playboy mansion is up for sale, but it comes with a major catch: Hugh Hefner isn’t moving out. Yes, the $200 million mansion comes with a home theater, a four bedroom guest house, a zoo license, and an 89-year-old lech. (USA)

Evil billionaire Rupert Murdoch and former super model Jerry Hall are engaged after four months of dating. Their love is the realest love. (Celebitchy)

The trailer for Aaron Paul and Hugh Dancy’s new Jason Katims show looks SO GOOD. I mean, I don’t know what’s happening here, but I know I want it. (Uproxx)

Creed’s Ryan Coogler is officially signed on to direct Black Panther! (Lainey)

Back in 2003, David Bowie recorded a series of interviews for 60 Minutes, but they never aired. The show has now released a series of raw excerpts, and they’re as beautiful and heartbreaking as you expect. (CBS)

And while we’re on the subject, nothing says “logical Bowie tribute” like a pair of Crocs, right? Please, someone just put all corporate Twitter accounts out to pasture. (DListed)

One more Bowie link, because it’s too fantastic not to. Check out this 1983 interview with a very new MTV, in which Bowie forces his interviewer to address the lack of black musicians being featured by the network. (Vulture)

Courtney has given a voice to all of your insecurities in the form of a terrifying and all too accurate snake. Thanks for the nightmares, Courtney! (Good Bad List)

BB-8 as Jean-Ralphio works so well it’s upsetting. (AV Club)

Whether you’ve signed up for Cannonball Read 8 or not, you can still participate in CBR’s upcoming Book Club. Moderated by faintingviolet, the discussion on March 1 will focus on a romance novel. Which novel? Well, that’s up to you. Vote for your choice of nine novels by January 25, and see if you’ll be delving into something by Georgette Heyer, Rhys Ford, Elle Kennedy or someone else. (Cannonball Read 8)

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