Listen to 'The Book of Mormon' Opening Number... →
popculturebrain: From the South Park Season 14 DVD exclusive. The page also offers a free download of the song if you have the code. Boy can those mormons sing. You can finally hear it!!! It’s amazing, right? Listen!
jakefogelnest: So let’s recap: Beastie Boys rent out Madison Square Garden. Beastie Boys put a boombox center court on the Knicks floor. Beastie Boys press play on the boombox. Live webcast, add gorilla when necessary. Everyone got that? Good.
Notable Bruce Willis Deaths
boobsradley: - killed by Demi Moore - killed by Dustin Hoffman - killed by David Morse - killed by Richard Gere - killed by Marcel Iureş - killed by Michael Madsen - killed by Naveen Andrews / Freddy Rodriguez - old age - already dead - explodes
Lindsay Robertson: Jezebel must be on its period. →
lindsayrobertson: Um, not only did I not think this joke on The Soup was misogynist, I thought it was funny, and while watching the “Pregnant in Heels” episode in question I thought the exact same thing! (I mean, who didn’t? It’s not misogynist at all. It could be easily gender-reversed if, uh, I dunno, a dude… Hey, my buddy Tess is controversial!
The National Release Portal 2 Song, Plan Grateful...
twentyfourbit: The National’s long run of consistently wonderful recordings continues this morning as the band have followed up their Win Win theme song and singer Matt Berninger’s Grinderman half-cover with yet another killer track: “Exile Vilify,” a song composed specifically for the soundtrack to video game Portal 2. You can hear the tune, which is built on a memorable piano riff and backed...
Female Writers in Late Night by the Numbers
statette: NOTES: 1) The host doubles as a writer on each of these shows but we did not include them in the counts. 2) Although Jimmy Kimmel only has one female writer, she is a co-head writer. None of the other shows hosted by men have female head writers. 3) Craig Ferguson’s only female writer is his sister. via: Julie Klausner
The director, Sam Gold does his best to ground things, but he’s Photoshopping a...– The New Yorker on Kin at Playwrights Horizons. I quite liked the play so I don’t agree with the critic, however, this is a neat, zingy line of criticism.