Finally, a paper doll I can use to masturbate. The Christina Hendricks cutout doll, featuring her character’s outfits from “Mad Men” Season 3. And just what the hell is Matthew Weiner’s excuse for not putting her in lingerie this season? [flickr via suicideblonde] Related link: If you’ve never seen it, check out the collection at Mad Men Illustrated.
Marion Barry is getting his own reality show. An unscripted program? I dunno. Marion prefers to have lines. *hip thrust* [We Love DC]
Like that, but more insane. Hey, remember the “X-Men” cartoon from the ’90s? This is the Japanese version. Spoiler: Wolverine gropes Jean Grey on the subway. [Topless Robot]
Check out this boot. Letterman did something cool the other night when he honored the Marine Corps birthday with a Top Ten list for them. STAND BY FOR MILITARY JARGON. it’s just a bust a bunch of REMFs and reservists, one guy with a CAR, and a boot-ass zero. [YouTube]
Thermal imaging of a fart. No, it’s not TV-related. It’s just thermal imaging of a fart. I don’t know, I think it’s cool. Why are you asking so many questions? Who are you, the prosecuting attorney? [Geekologie]
R.I.P. Winona Ryder’s career. She’s starring in a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie. Ouch. But… at least she’s starring? [Pajiba]
Dear God please no. People who attended Oprah’s taping of her interview with Sarah Palin (which airs next week) left with the impression that Palin is still eyeing a gig as the host of a talk show. Ugh. I’ll stop saying bad things about Leno, just please: no Sarah Palin show. [NBC Chicago]
Thank you. James Walcott explains all the negative effects that reality programming has had on both television and society. I found myself nodding in agreement most of the way through this article. [Vanity Fair]
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