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Nuns having fun will restore your faith in joy

1963 Sisters tested the swings at nearby St. Joseph's Village school. Image: David McLane/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images 1963 Once a year, a boy's-eye view of the scouting movement is given to nuns from several schools in Bergen County, New Jersey.

All hail Russell Westbrook, the NBA's face-melting meteor

He's Jimmy Page's spine-boiling guitar break at the two-minute mark of "Heartbreaker." He's the world's spiciest pepper, dipped in hot sauce, rolled in cayenne pepper and shoved into your eye socket He's Russell Westbrook, the Oklahoma City Thunder's incendiary guard — and lately he's the most magnetic reason to watch an NBA season overstocked with compelling storylines See also: On getting older: Kobe and LeBron as the NBA pages turn Westbrook just wrapped up one of the most impressive months in NBA history, putting up February averages of 31.2 points, 10.3 assists and 9.1 rebounds per game.

'Better Call Saul' Episode 5: Chuck’s electromagnetic sensitivity shocker

In “Alpine Shepherd Boy,” the fifth episode of Better Call Saul, we finally get some clues about Chuck’s bizarre condition, while also unearthing a tantalizing snippet of detail into Mike’s mysterious life.

Finally, Netflix announces launch date for Australia and New Zealand

Netflix has finally announced its Australian and New Zealand launch date. The U.S. on-demand movie and television streaming service arrives on March 24.

39 power-hungry songs for the Frank Underwood in you

If you've been binge-watching House of Cards, you know there's only one thing Frank Underwood cares about: power The show's protagonist has repeatedly shown he'll stop at nothing to get ahead, and Season 3 has proven no different See also: 15 binge watch-induced Twitter reactions to 'House of Cards' Season 3 To celebrate the release of 'House of Cards' Season 3, we compiled a Music Monday playlist full of songs about power — the sort of tunes likely to be found on Frank Underwood's iPad.

Naked with cranberry sauce: 20 things I can't unsee from NYC's Porn Film Fest

Editor's note: The following article contains images and language that may be considered graphic or NSFW.

Mumford & Sons ditches signature sound, the Internet's reaction is electric

LOS ANGELES — Bye, bye, banjo. Tremble for yourselves, Mumford & Sons fans. The folk rock group, whose signature sound on Babel earned Album of the Year honors at the 2013 Grammy Awards, will ditch the acoustic formula in favor of electric guitars and synthesizers for the band's third studio album See also: There are a lot of conspiracy theories about Kanye's new album title Mumford & Sons' publicist directed Mashable to Monday's Rolling Stone interview when asked to confirm the new sound and lyrical direction "None of us had really any interest in doing a sort of Babel 2," frontman Marcus Mumford told Rolling Stone, meaning you'll hear way less banjo, if any, and more electric guitars, drum machines and synths.

Jennifer Lawrence will play Pulitzer-winning war photographer for Spielberg

LOS ANGELES — Jennifer Lawrence is attached to play Lynsey Addario in a film adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning wartime photographer's book, It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life Of Love and War, which Steven Spielberg will direct, sources familiar with the negotiations confirm to Mashable.

Mindy seizes a pregnant opportunity in 'Mindy Project' sneak peek

Mindy Lahiri is ready for a new challenge, and in this week's episode of The Mindy Project, she's moving full steam ahead with her latest adventure: a new fertility clinic There's one little hiccup, though — she needs patients.

The Internet really, really, really likes Carly Rae Jepsen's sugary new single

Lest non-believers think "Call Me Maybe" would be the pinnacle of Carly Rae Jepsen's career, the pop singer is back with a really, really, really, really, really, really (sorry) catchy new single: "I Really Like You." Jepsen dropped her new earworm on Sunday and performed the single on Good Morning America on Monday.

Danny Espinosa's mustache has already won the World Series

That's it. No need to play the games. We can just call this whole thing now Danny Espinosa's mustache already won the 2015 Major League Baseball season, which hasn't even officially started yet See also: Is this the funniest photo in baseball history?

Cancel your summer plans. 'OITNB' has a Season 3 premiere date.

Prepare to spend the entire summer on your couch curled up with your BFF Netflix The streaming network announced a slew of premiere dates on Monday, including those for Orange Is the New Black Season 3 (June 12) and Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp (July 17) See also: New Emmys rules will

Watch 'House of Cards' while you shop its best costumes

Now's your chance to start channeling the thrilling and powerful lives of Frank and Claire Underwood.

Mic drop: Maple Leafs fan zings team with ultimate Twitter comeback

Fans of the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs are frustrated. They're fed up. They're sick and tired of being sick and tired of mediocrity in supporting a team that's only made the playoffs once in the past nine years and looks headed for yet another cruddy season When one fan expressed his displeasure with the Leafs this weekend on Twitter, the team struck back with what seemed a witty retort — only to get shut down with a comeback for the Zinger Hall of Fame.

In 'Sharknado 3,' Mark Cuban and Ann Coulter run the country

Flying sharks are apparently the least of America's troubles in Sharknado 3 Syfy announced Monday that the third installment of its flying shark franchise has enlisted Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who also (fittingly) appears on ABC's Shark Tank, and Ann Coulter for guest roles See also: It's a Twitter Feeding Frenzy: Internet Reacts to 'Sharknado 2' The parts?

Dr. Seuss' forgotten adult book stars seven naked sisters

The literary work of beloved children's book author Dr. Seuss wasn't all cats in hats and truffula trees Tucked away in his canon of books is Theodore Seuss Geisel's adult picture book: The Seven Lady Godivas: The True Facts Concerning History's Barest Family See also: 13 Sexting Lessons From Dr.

Always invite Neil Patrick Harris to a Thomas the Tank Engine-themed party

LOS ANGELES — All aboard the express train to crazy town, where Neil Patrick Harris commemorates Thomas the Tank Engine's 70th anniversary in a Funny or Die video during which he basically just shouts at children.

You can check out — and into — the Bates Motel at SXSW

A&E's Bates Motel might take place in Oregon, but the network is bringing the full Bates experience to Texas for SXSW During the festival in Austin this month, A&E will open the doors to a replica of the iconic hotel that will feature props and decor from the show, a Bates-themed GIF booth and a few other surprises.

Maggie Gyllenhaal on actresses she loves and why social media can be overwhelming

LOS ANGELES — Clutching her Golden Globe statuette after winning for her role in The Honourable Woman last month, Maggie Gyllenhaal devoted some of her acceptance speech to the "wealth of roles for actual women in television and in film," not just "powerful women" Mashable caught up with Gyllenhaal last week to find out who is on her list of current favorite female characters on the small and big screen See also: Pussy Riot provides another reason to watch 'House of Cards' Season 3 "I love Frances McDormand in Olive Kitteridge.

Return of 'Once Upon a Time' featured an epic villain team up

It's been a long winter without the Once Upon a Time gang, but we were reunited in a big way after the show's three-month hiatus.