A Parisian bridge
covered in padlocks was featured on two reality shows in the last week or so — Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Kourtney and Kim Take Miami (1. Don’t
judge me. 2. Isn’t it weird that both shows ventured outside their titular
cities to the same destination?). Kyle and Mauricio (RHOBH) and Kourtney and Scott (KKTM)
visited the Pont
des Arts in their respective (but not respected!) shows to take part in what
appeared to be a romantic tradition of signing a lock, attaching it to the
bridge’s chain-link structure and tossing the key into the Seine below. Ah, c’est
I had never heard of this tradition, but I've never been to Paris, so what does my uncultured ass know? Apparently this is just another annoying tourist attraction trampling over French culture. What started as a private, inconspicuous act of love done at night has become nothing more than a photo op that is starting to endanger Parisian architecture.
Good news: a Machete sequel is coming this summer! Bad news: my arch nemesis Sofia Vergara is in it and it looks like she took Katy Perry’s discarded firework-shootin’ boobs and souped ‘em up.
This has not been a good year for Saturday Night Live.
From the throwback skits (JT’s now-famous food mascot and the “Dick in a Box” bit with Samberg) to his performances (Jay-Z made an appearance during “Suit and Tie!”), the entire episode was wholly entertaining. I’m going to stop blaming the writers now and assume Justin agreed to host for the fifth time in exchange for every good skit idea for an entire season, plus at least five cameos. The monologue featured a skit about the Five-Timers Club — an exclusive group of guests that have hosted at least five times. Paul Simon, Steve Martin, Dan Aykroyd (he’s only a bartender because he actually has only hosted once), Martin Short (just a waiter; only hosted three times), Alec Baldwin, Candice Bergen, Tom Hanks and Chevy Chase all swung by. Did you want a ‘Wild and Crazy Guys’ reprise? Done. How about a Three Amigos reunion? Got it. Go here to watch the full episode.
Need an extra kick
with your morning coffee?
Meth: It's what's for breakfast! (via Rebel Donut)
Albuquerque, N.M.’s Rebel Donut offers a special “Blue Sky” Breaking Bad donut sprinkled with the
signature blue rock made famous on the AMC hit. OK, it’s not really meth, but
blue rock candy, like they use on the series. Breaking Bad (which is set in Albuquerque)
returns for its last season this summer. Go here for a behind-the-scenes look at the final eight episodes.
Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera, Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim and Reggie Watts created a new YouTube comedy channel, JASH. What is JASH, you ask?