• Bruce Willis is hosting this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live, and you can watch his promos now. Remember when he was mean to that interviewer? What a weirdo! (PS: Also, remember when he was on Friends?) -NBC
  • Dan Harmon went off the rails a bit about Community‘s third season in an “Unpopular Opinions About Community” subreddit recently. Just enjoy your life, my man! -Vulture
  • The story of Russ Meyer and Roger Ebert working together on Beyond the Valley of the Dolls might be coming 2 the screen in Christopher Cluess’s upcoming drama Russ & Roger Go Beyond. Man, I hope it does! -/Film
  • There are spoilers about Breaking Bad‘s ending in this link (HOW LONG AM I GOING TO HAVE TO WARN YOU ABOUT IT?! WATCH IT!), so watch out, but Oliver Stone did NOT like the ending. (Just like Britney!) -FilmDrunk
  • Just so you know what everyone is talking about at the water cooler (your office has a specific water cooler for Keeping Up with the Kardashians talk, yeah?) Bruce Jenner and Kris Jenner have separated. You might be thinking, “Aw, that’s sad. Who are those people?” If so, you are correct! -Dlisted
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  1. Listening to Dan Harmon talk about Community is like listening to your best friend’s mom rant about how unfair it is that her child got a C on a math test he/she didn’t study for.

  2. Man, Dan Harmon seems like that kid you knew in high school or college who had way too serious opinions about something most people ostensibly didn’t care about but told you all about it anyways.

    • But you see if you wear blue socks with your tennis shoes your feet might turn blue at the end of the day, but it really pulls the whole ensemble together. If you wear white socks your feet won’t turn blue but that’s just so boring I mean I can’t stand it at all like have an original opinion for once in your life, right? And don’t even get me started on novelty mustache-themed socks. Just get a fucking life, you know? Not everything needs to be about your goddamn socks, just wear some normal socks but not boring white socks but not black socks either because what are you, some sort of nerd with no fashion sense whatsoever?

  3. Dan Harmon is our generation’s Extreme Cheapskates Couple Who Share Dental Floss.

  4. Dan Harmon is our generation’s Oliver Stone.

  5. You guys, Cecily is so pretty.

  6. Is Community even coming back to TV? Also I have lost track of how many seasons there are because it feels like 3, but are there 4? Have we been talking about how weird Community is and how annoying Dan Harmon is for 4 years? Have I matured so much or gotten so bored that in 4 years I completely ceased to care at all about a show I once loved and advocated for and in fact had to look up Community’s website to see if it was coming back this year or not? (Unclear, apparently.)

    • It is coming back for its 5th season. The first 3 seasons Dan Harmon was the showrunner, the 4th season some other people took it over and it was regarded as kind of a failure, they asked Dan Harmon back, and now he’s being a big old brat about the 4th season even though he specifically said he WOULD NOT criticize the other showrunners because they were just trying to do a very difficult job. Also Danny Glover will only be in a handful of episodes and Chevy Chase won’t be in any. This has been your Community News Bulletin.

  7. Dan Harmon is our generation’s every kid you outgrew in school that still want to come over to your house and play Power Rangers.

  8. Dan Harmon is our generation’s frat boy who gets upset when he has to clean up his own beer pong mess.

  9. In other NBC comedy related news: they finally put season 7 of 30 Rock on Netflix. More Marsden for me.

  10. I can’t take Oliver Stone seriously. I’m sure he’s done good things or whatever, but man, you made Savages. You cannot criticize anyone for anything ever.

    • haha, show me these “good things” oliver stone has done

      • He had an amusement park in the early 90s that explored conspiracies and let you freak out in the 1960s… oh wait, no, that was from The Ben Stiller Show. Yeah, I have nothing.

    • “Nobody could park his car right then and there and could have a machine gun that could go off perfectly and kill all of the bad guys! It would be a joke,” he insisted. “It’s only in the movies that you find this kind of fantasy violence.”

      Says the man who made an entire film on the subject of a completely fantasy bullet.

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