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Tina Fey Shows Us Her Hooters

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | November 4, 2011 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | November 4, 2011 |

Hey! Next weekend, Stephen Tobolowsky and David Chen (from Slashfilm) are bringing The Tobolowsky Files to Boston and the Brattle Theater. It’s an amazing podcast, and if you’re in the area, seek it out. Don’t let the fact that I’ll be there dissuade you. (Slashfilm)

I don’t follow “Bones” because, really, there’s already enough on Thursday night to contend with. But I do know about the pregnancy storyline, and from an outsider’s perspective, I like the approach they’ve taken. What about y’all? (

Did you know that 20 percent of all people will accept a friend request from a total stranger on Facebook? It’s true! I admit I do as well, as long as they have mutual friends with one of you folks because how am I supposed to know what all of your real names are? (Uproxx) And you know why that’s bad? Because the CIA and FBI is monitoring your Facebook usage, so if you befriend a stranger who just happens to be terrorist, the government will send you to Guantanamo. Or worse! Canada. (Uproxx)

We’re not running “Project Runway” recaps this season, so you’re just going to have to get your fix elsewhere, like here, which comes complete with pretty pictures. (Persephone)

I’ve been searching around for something to post in today’s PL to raise your hackles, but I’ve come up empty. So in light of this piece on how awful Comcast is, share with us your cable/Internet provider horror stories. I use DirectTV for cable (it’s way too expensive, but it’s the only one with the NFL Sunday Ticket) and Road Runner for Internet, which is actually very reliable. (Consumerist)

If you know what CSS3 means, then you can make Google do a barrel roll. Somebody should do this and report back with the results because I have no idea what any of this means, but it sounds kind of neat. (AcumenHoldings)

NoooOOOOOoooo! Dippin’ Dots has filed for bankruptcy? What will the astronauts eat for dessert? (Jezebel)

Here is the youngest looking 50 year old in America. (FilmDrunk)

The best moment of all of Thursday night’s television shows was not Andy and April’s trip to the Grand Canyon, the gay bash , Stanley’s rendition of “Closing Time” on “The Office,” or whatever it is that Charlie Day did on “It’s Always Sunny …,” it was the inappropriate answer to a question on Jeopardy. (WarmingGlow)

I’m late on this, but I’m not the regular Pajiba Lover around here (and Joanna will be back on Monday), but over on The Film Experience, frequent commenter Robert wrote about the original costume designs of The Swarm, which is a strange topic but is kind of a confluence of most of Robert’s interests. (TheFilmExperience)

Dude. Bank of America is truly the pits, y’all. (Nerve)

Jeeeeesus, Brett Ratner. Does your douchery know no bounds? (Movieline)

I don’t care what this movie is about, if Bill Murray as Franklin D. Roosevelt looks like this, I’m watching its face off. It’s ENTIRE face. (FSR)

The fourth season will be the last for HBO’s “Treme.” Good, now I won’t feel bad about not watching it. (Collider)

Your favorite two doctors have been merged into one T-shirt: Doctor Who and Dr. Seuss. It’s kind of awesome. (PopCandy)

I’m sure folks have noticed my sudden obsession with Animated GIFs. Shut up! Yes, I’m 5 years behind the rest of the world, but they’re so much fun. And these “subtle” GIFs escalate the joy without any of the seizures. (Unreality)

I’m late on this news, but a certain respected but largely unknown actor is jumping on to the 300 sequel, and I don’t like it. Not one bit. You’re better than this, Joel! (NewsinFilm)

I’ve seen this video on half a dozen sites today, but if you haven’t caught it yet, it’s brilliant. It’s a video made with jelly beans! And the song is super sweet.

Dustin Rowles is the publisher of Pajiba and is feeling very loopy and realizes that nothing in today’s Pajiba Love has anything to do with the image above with Tina Fey, but the caption was too perfect to pass up. He also realizes he’s overused exclamation points like a ninny and that there’s an apostrophe above that shouldn’t be there. What can I say? I like to make the grammar fascists twitch. Joanna will be back in all of her wonderful adorable ALL CAPS glory on Monday. In the meantime, buy a Pajiba T-shirt.

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