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Tracy Morgan Is the Best Human & Prepare to Be Very Jealous of the Princes

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 19, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 19, 2016 |

What do you have to do to get a tour of the Star Wars VIII set? Try being born a prince. (Lainey)

The pictures in that link are amazing, but nothing beats this one:

Meanwhile, Oscar Isaac and his buddy BB-8 have reunited for charity. (Vanity Fair)

Tracy Morgan did a special comedy show for the staff of the hospital that saved his life. He really is the best human. (Celebitchy)

I have too many feelings about this picture. The Old in me is wary of adorable smart teenagers at Desert Douchfest, but I feel like these two could be really great, weird influences on each other. Plus both of their outfits are only like a Coachella 4 on the asshole scale. (Go Fug Yourself)

Don’t ask Hillary Clinton what the calorie count of her ice cream sundae is. Don’t ask any person that. This is the only acceptable response to that question.

This headline says everything: “Every semi-competent male hero has a ​more talented​ female sidekick. Why isn’t she the hero ​instead?” (Vox)

Oof. Twitter is being all kinds of cruel to Scott Gimple, the showrunner for The Walking Dead. You know that feeling of when you meet a celebrity once and then you feel overly protective of them forever, like you’re secret best friends? I once went to a Christmas party at his house. So everybody stop being mean to Scott Gimple. (Uproxx)

Doris Roberts of Everybody Loves Raymond (and like a million other things— seriously, her IMDB page is insane) passed away. (DListed)

An artist is being bombarded with death threats (and lawsuit threats) over this nude painting of Donald Trump. For the love of everything you hold dear, don’t look at the pointing. It’s highly NSF ANYTHING. (Guardian)

Huzzah, the people have spoken! Cannonballers and other book lovers selected Doomsday Book by Connie Willis for their June 1 book club discussion. This time it’s science fiction, and Doomsday Book was in the lead for the entire voting period. Whether you’ve read this one before or not, and even if you’re not registered for CBR8, join in on the fun on June 1, and speak your mind. We know how you love to do that! (Cannonball Read 8)

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