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We’re Far from the Shallow Now

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | September 27, 2018 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | September 27, 2018 |


Look: I’ve been watching the Kavanaugh-Ford hearings for most of the day (and writing reviews during breaks), so this is going to be short. There’s not a lot to talk about outside of the hearings, anyway.

However, I did take a break to watch “The Shallows” music video from A Star Is Born for the first of what I suspect many, many times. (Lainey)

Kristen Bell admits she’s lied about her kids’ birthday dates in order to celebrate when it’s most convenient, which is a much better strategy than most parents take, which is “Sorry. Your birthday party will be in two weeks, but you can eat cake today!” (Celebitchy)

Speaking of Bell, she is really make the rounds. (GFY)

Kanye: Your clothing choice is sending very mixed messages. (Dlisted)

Katie Holmes could lose custody of Suri Cruise if she speaks to Leah Remini, says Leah Remini, which doesn’t sound right at all. (Dlisted)

Bill Cosby hates women. (The Root)

Well, we can at least guarantee one good episode in the upcoming season of SNL.

You couldn’t wait until tomorrow, could you, SEC? So we could more fully enjoy this moment.

Peanut butter and MAYO?! NO! NO! NO! (The AV Club)

Leedock decided to read Jeanette Walls’ The Glass Castle after reading about a 15-year-old girl’s protest when the biography was removed from her curriculum. The girl asked why she should be shielded from things kids younger than her were living through? "The idea that we should try to protect our children from the harsher aspects of life is a very dangerous one that I see play out all too often with my generation as they parent." How do you handle the ugly side of life with kids? (Cannonball Read 10)

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