And don't even get them started on the rising cost of outrage!
This link is worth clicking for the picture alone. The article focuses a little too much on the writer's personal taste in men, but the picture... [kisses fingertips, makes that "Mwah!" sound]—BK
Not as political as it sounds, this is easily one of the most compelling (and hopeful) things I've read about climate change.—TG
I wouldn't say "Cougar Town" is the best comedy, but it certainly deserves to be in the discussion. I bet you didn't know that, did you!—JM
From Charlie Sheen to St. Patrick's Day drinking to the 2010 U.S. Census (and more!), enjoy some of our favorite jokes from one year ago.
As someone who got in trouble for "reading too much," I find this vindicating.—TG
But surely the man who made Pearl Harbor will be faithful to the source material!
"I don't watch it because it's a good show; I watch it because I really want it to be a good show." So, so true... [massive, massive spoilers abound]—JM
This is my way of passing this link along to co-contributor Joe Mulder, who shares Maher's disdain for the Pussy Apology. I'm offended on behalf of Mitt Romney, who may seem like a bland, milquetoast panderer, but took a strong stand on the issue that really matters: tree height.—JS
If you're younger than Jamie Moyer, who is attempting to make the Colorado Rockies roster, then you have no business feeling old.—JM
Finally, this site's love of television merges with its source of inspiration.—BK
Nice profile of Will Ferrell and his particular brand of comedy. (Contains a few mild spoilers from Casa de mi Padre.)—BK
Though some of them are probably just getting in line now for the iPhone 5.
My love of Offerman keeps growing, and I'm hoping to see his work in Will Ferrell's Casa de mi Padre very soon.—BK
Interesting conversation about design and the innovative spirit, with Apple's chief design guru.—JS
UCLA anthropologists spent a decade studying some middle class American families, and what they found was not pretty.—BK
Even if "Raising Hope" wasn't the show that my five-year-old daughter and I watch together to create precious bonding time, I'd still think it was one of the best on TV.—JM
There are very few headlines that I'll post before even reading the article. This is near the top of the list.—JS
Could not have said it better myself. I am so excited for the return of Bob's Burgers this Sunday!—BK
A whole lot more thoughtful than the tiresome talking point that is its title.—JS
Co-contributor Brandon Kruse and I are approaching Chabon's new sci-fi adaptation John Carter from entirely separate sources of excitement.—JS
Diminished kidnapper/molester hysteria and no cutesy nicknames for genitals? I love this woman! (Hat tip, my wife, whom I love even more.)—JS
Because the company that brought you the Hulaburger and the Arch Deluxe will not tolerate any bad ideas.
Cool story on how embracing advanced statistical analysis saved the career of Oakland A's pitcher Brandon McCarthy.—BK
This is not a romantic comedy. It is a pornographic detour from the promise of human evolution.
Bringing to mind the mnemonic: Even Bad Entertainment Requires Tenacity.