Via YouTube If you read the stories on Battle Creek’s cast over at Entertainment Weekly or The AV Club, you’d think that Vince Gilligan is out of his mind.
Getty Image NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell tried to correct a wrong today. In a letter to league owners, ESPN reports that Goodell told league owners, “I didn’t get it right,” in response to the issue of domestic violence, partially due to Ravens’ running back Ray Rice’s two-game suspension for a physical altercation with his wife caught on camera: “At times, however, and despite our best efforts, we fall short of our goals,” Goodell wrote.
Via Ed Harrington These little pop culture gems come from artist Ed Harrington and you can only hope there are more on the way.
It’s long been accepted than Jon Stewart can do no wrong. Whatever you think of his views of mosh-pitting or Israel (please dear God, save those comments), he’s one of those comedians who consistently performs with integrity.
Contrary to popular belief, some cats live tough, busy lives. There are felines like Yuri, who want devoted petting for days.
Getty Image As much as we wish that our lives would bear even the slightest resemblance to the Game of Thrones, the sad reality is that such epic and fantastical adventures are just not in the cards for most of us.
Via V Magazine Miley Cyrus is going to do Miley Cyrus whether anyone likes it or not. Or wants to see it either.
He played the guy we all loved to hate on The Office and now it looks Ed Helms is coming back to TV, this time to annoy the sh*t out of Andy Samberg.
Getty Image Once it was reported that Harrison Ford had suffered a broken leg on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII, the news seemed pretty grim regarding the film making its Christmas 2015 premiere date.
FXX has obviously been plugging the hell out of the ongoing marathon of every episode of The Simpsons with a series of mostly wonderful commercials, although Marge repeating, “Lisa’s red dress” over and over will cause a guy’s teeth to grind after a while.
Getty Image We still have basically nothing to go on as to what’s going on in the game-changing flash forward when Parks and Recreation returns sometime probably early next year, but one thing’s for sure: Garry Jerry Larry Terry Gergich is still the luckiest goddamn guy in Pawnee.
NBC There may come a time when James Spader could be known as the man who saved NBC. Okay, maybe that’s a bit of a stretch, but Jack Donaghy would at least appreciate the incredible deal that Sony TV made with Netflix for NBC’s most important series.
WWE In a story originally broken on the Wrestling Rumors website, WWE legend Jake The Snake Roberts is rumoured to be unconscious in a Las Vegas hospital after passing out on a plane yesterday.
Move over, Andy Serkis, it turns out you’re not the only guy who can model for animators. In fact, inanimate objects are even getting in on the action, specifically a Hawaiian volcano named Uku, who stars in Pixar’s latest short, Lava.
Via impact wrestling Hi friends! Did you watch TNA this week! I sure did! Wanna talk about it? I sure don’t!
Ubisoft First of all, I’m going to half-gloat because I totally called this delay. There was no way Assassin’s Creed: Unity was going to make its October 28th release date.
Universal Pictures Jurassic Park (AMC, 8 p.m.) — It’s a lean night for TV, so I might end up quoting Jurassic Park.
YOUTUBE The days of DMX llama has come and gone, replaced with DMX lamb, a bubbly little fella named Winter.
Relativity In The November Man, a spy flick from Bank Job director Roger Donaldson, you quickly get the sense that you’re watching an uncredited Bourne sequel, but with a few important improvements: Rated R, no shakey cam, and very few bland functionaries spouting expository buzzwords in front of banks of monitors.
Getty Image During Monday night’s Emmy Awards ceremony, as you’re probably aware, Retta live-tweeted the saga of some ass clown seat filler she got stuck sitting next to, who pestered her until she had him thrown out.