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What is Martha Stewart's Problem With Drew Barrymore?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 9, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 9, 2015 |

Welcome to Monday! This week Dustin’s got some Walking Dead answers instead of questions. Well, also still some questions. (Uproxx)

A red carpet experience in which Diane Kruger wears terrible pants, Jared Leto is exhausting, and Pacey is, as always, dapper. (Go Fug Yourself)

Tim Gunn is REALLY not a fan of the Jenner/Kardashians. I’m sure we all just inherently knew that already, but it’s satisfying to hear him say it, complete with phrases like “aura of yuck.” (Celebitchy)

Ellen had both Martha Stewart and Drew Barrymore on her show for a cooking segment, and wow was it uncomfortable. It only took four minutes of Stewart straight-up ignoring her for Drew to give up and just focus on drinking sangria. (Lainey)

Pamela Anderson has beaten Hepatitis C, and is celebrating the only way she knows how: posting naked pictures of herself online. (DListed)

Today’s Google Doodle honors Hedy Lamarr on what would have been her 101st birthday. It’s a beautiful tribute to the actress/inventor who gave us the world’s best beauty advice when she said “Any girl can be glamorous. All you have to do is stand still and look stupid.” (Mary Sue)

A great tribute to what we owe the Mythbusters. (NYT)

All of Los Angeles lost their shit this weekend when a bunch of definitely not UFOs appeared in the sky. (LAist)

Mexico City’s Pedestrian Man is the superhero we all need. (Guardian)

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: F*ck the ballpoint pen. (The Atlantic)

Three glasses of champagne a week keeps the dementia away. It’s science! (Vice)

Cannonball Read reviews can be scathing, funny, gif-filled, honest, enticing, and witty; but when a review is written with the eloquence and mastery near to the genius of the original, it’s truly impressive. And that, my friends, is what’s happened with ingres77’s review of Moby Dick. Whether you’ve read Melville’s classic or not, click on over and behold a work of art. Well done, ingres77, well done. (Cannonball Read 7)

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