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Wilmer Valderrama Did Not Escape the Danny Masterson Mess

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 11, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 11, 2023 |


To Wilmer Valderrama’s credit, he did not write a letter requesting leniency for Danny Masterson. However, that’s a pretty freaking low bar, so I feel zero sympathy that Fez just got tossed under the microscope thanks to Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. In particular, Valderrama’s infamous interview with Howard Stern where he brags about his sexual conquests, which included a teenaged Lindsay Lohan. At this rate, it’s probably going to be a rough week for almost everyone on That ’70s Show who isn’t Topher Grace or Laura Prepon. Although, Prepon dated a Masterson spawn while she was knee-deep in Scientology, so God knows what time bomb is waiting there. (Rolling Stone)

Kylie Jenner and Timothée Chalamet putting their relationship all the way out there at the US Open is great for gossip. (Lainey Gossip)

To back up my point from earlier, Topher Grace’s wife dropped an Instagram post that speaks volumes. (Celebitchy)

Unless everyone agrees with Elon on everything, humanity can’t go to Mars. (Wonkette)

From Steven: Now that’s how you f*ck up on 9/11! (Defector)

Where Chuck Todd failed. (Columbia Journalism Review)

What the Ruby Franke story says about the Christian right. (Salon)

From Andrew: This is fantastic. (CBS Sports)

Dance Mom’s Abby Lee Miller is attracted to what now? (Page Six)

The Drew Barrymore Show mess somehow got worse. (Uproxx)

There’s committing to physical media, and then there’s this. (The Verge)

For the 50th anniversary of the Chilean military-civic coup and dictatorship, Alberto is writing a series of four personal essays, AKA, dealing with 50 years of intergenerational trauma. (Substack)

When ardaigle saw the cover of Bonnie Garmus’ Lessons in Chemistry, she was expecting a fun romp, but things took a dark turn (see her review for how dark it got). “But I stuck with it and found that Garmus created an amazing protagonist, a bit of a 1960s manic pixie dream chemist, that rocked my socks and I believe may rock yours.” What book have you had to adjust your expectations for? (Cannonball Read 15)

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