• Did you watch the Glee school shooting episode? Was it gooooooood? -WarmingGlow
  • In case anyone is going to be watching the MTV Movie Awards this weekend, NextMovie has put together an MTV Movie Awards drinking game! Is it “leave your home and go to a bar without TVs and have a drink”? Click to find out! -NextMovie
  • Louis C.K. did a Reddit ”Ask Me Anything” yesterday and Uproxx has gathered up what they deem to be the “best” of it, which is perfect because trying to read a Reddit AMA is kind of a nightmare! -Uproxx
  • This is just a good ABC Family promo for Batman Begins. -/Film
  • Mike Myers and Dana Carvey had been in a feud ever since Dana thought Mike based Dr. Evil, in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, off of his Lorne Michaels impression. But now they’re not feuding anymore. Oh! -THR
  • Haha, have you read anything about the jokes Matt Lauer told about himself at the UJA Federation of New York’s Broadcast Cable & Film Division (lots of words!) event Tuesday night? They are very good jokes just kidding. -Dlisted
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  1. ABC Family is the worst because they edited out the best joke in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.

    ABC Family version:
    Johnny: You was here…and you was smoochin’ with my brother!
    Susie: That’s a dirty, rotten lie, Johnny.
    Johnny: Don’t gimme that. You been smoochin’ with everybody! Snuffy, Al, Leo, Little Moe with the gimpy leg, Cheeks, Bony Bob, Cliff … [everyone stares at the guy with the "Cliff:" nametag] I could go on forever, baby!

    • My bad. I accidentally confused myself with the gangster film scnes.

      ABC Family version:
      Johnny: Hold it right there!
      Mr. Hector: This is the Concierge, sir.
      Johnny: I knew it was you. I could smell ya getting off the elevator! You was here last night too, wasn’t ya?
      Mr. Hector: Yes, sir. I was.
      Johnny: You was here…and you was smoochin’ with my brother.
      Mr. Hector: But…I’m afraid you’re mistaken, sir.
      Johnny: Don’t gimme that. You been smoochin’ with everybody! Snuffy, Al, Leo, Little Moe with the gimpy leg, Cheeks, Bony Bob, Cliff…
      (The security guard, who’s name tag reads “Cliff,” gasps with a shocked look on his face and the rest of the staff stares shockingly at him)
      Cliff: No. It’s a lie!

      Johnny: I could go on forever, baby.
      Mr. Hector: I’m terribly sorry, sir, but I’m afraid you’re mistaken. We’re looking for a young man.
      Johnny: All right. I believe you. (extracts his gun) But my Tommy gun don’t!

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  2. I want to watch the Glee episode just because it looks like such a trainwreck. Remember when Glee was good?

    • Wasn’t it called Popular then? Better plots, no singing and dancing?

    • I remember being so excited about Glee after the pilot. Then Season 2 happened.

      I am in the same boat as you, though, but I don’t think I’ll be able to bring myself to be able to watch it.

    • I loved the pilot of Glee. I think I stopped watching after the second or third episode, and I don’t regret this decision at all.

      I am very intrigued that the same person who created Glee is the same person who created American Horror Story. Unfortunately the episode of American Horror Story this season with the singing and dancing was not a good reminder of this.

  3. I kinda feel bad that I cracked up just reading “Glee school shooting episode”.

  4. The Uproxx thing about Ryan Murphy being a dick for not calling the residents of Newtown is absolutely insane. How many school shootings have occurred since then? Or anywhere and in general? Obviously what happened there is horrific and terrible and hearbreaking, but to suggest a showrunner personally call residents of that town and only that town to “warn” them instead of, say, putting a disclaimer before the episode (which I hope that he did) is preposterous. Also: it’s horrible when anyone gets shot. It’s extra horrible when kids are shot. But one group should not be treated with kid gloves when the rest are ignored because the media and our society is racist and crying rich white people make better news. The reaction to Newtown over other school shooting and other kid-affected violence makes me very annoyed.

    • That episode of Glee was NOT good for many reasons, all of which are worth discussing and complaining about, but that is not one of them. Is he supposed to personally call everyone in Newton? Just… what? I legitimately do not understand this complaint.

      And to answer your question, the episode did have a disclaimer at the beginning that SPECIFICALLY said that it dealt with school shootings, not even just the standard “this episode may contain violence” title card.

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