My favorite moment in “Sex And The City” is when shit-head writer Berger dumps Carrie via Post-It Note. This is not because anyone deserves that ending, but rather because Carrie is legitimately the worst. Anyway! Cosmo found actor Ron Livingston at Sundance this weekend, promoting his new movie “The End Of The Tour,” in which Jason Segel plays David Foster Wallace and Livingston is his editor. Livingston gamely agreed to pose for this picture “recreating” his infamous Post-It breakup, in what appears to be the lobby of where he’s staying. The note, for those who don’t remember, said exactly what it is that I’d say to Carrie Bradshaw if I was breaking up with her: “I’m sorry. I can’t. Don’t hate me.” [Cosmo]
Here’s the first scene from the second half of “Outlander,” for all of you who can’t get enough of hot Scots in kilts and steamy sexy-time scenes set by flickering fires in fields of loamy heather. While this tidbit does not offer much in the way of actual thrusting bods and heaving bosoms, it does show Jamie, skipping stones and being introspective. The season starts April 4, so let this brooding Scot wet your whistle until then. [EW]
If you live on the East Coast, you are more then aware that a blizzard of historical proportions is preparing to barrel down, rendering everyone temporarily incapacitated and causing a run on grocery store staples like kale and that good wine. For those of us who grew up in places with real seasons, snow is nothing more than an annoyance and a good reason to wear blankets as outerwear. But for people who grew up in places where earthquakes are the norm and the sun shines most days and a rainstorm is enough to make regular people drive like assholes – ahem, Beejoli and Amelia — then Winter Storm Juno is enough to make them lose their shit. That’s why I’m here to help. How am I qualified? I grew up in upstate New York, and I still yearn for snow days. Also, I once drove through a terrifying blizzard in white out conditions with my grandma, who cursed like a sailor the entire time and made my sister and I fear for our lives. I’m an expert! Or, I’m practical with a tendency towards weather-driven hysteria when appropriate. In any case, here’s how you should handle this blizzard.
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The SAG Awards were last night, and you probably watched them if you’re a major awards-show junkie. If not, you missed out on two really incredible speeches by Uzo Aduba and Viola Davis, who won in each of their categories. Their speeches were free of the typical faux humility and breathless “What, me? An award?! You shouldn’t have!” sentiment that most are replete with, and they were a delight to watch. Check out Davis’s speech, which legitimately gave me goosebumps, above, and watch Aduba’s speech after the jump. Keep reading »
Activities are wonderful, but sometimes, it’s fine to want to shut the world out for a couple of days, and make some serious time for you. Don’t be afraid of FOMO, either. There will always be another party, another pub crawl, another picnic. The time you’ll spend indulging in the things you want to do, alone, are well worth it. Here’s an-extra long, handy list of awesome things to do this weekend!
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It’s a sad day for all pun-loving Beyhive members. TMZ reports that Beyonce caught wind of the extremely popular “Feyoncé” merchandise that has been floating around Etsy, and had her lawyers send a strongly worded letter to the online retailer, requesting that the offending items be removed. The mugs are gone, but if you do a quick Etsy search you can still get an awful lot of crap, emblazoned with a pun so horrible it makes my head hurt. Word to the wise: Bey is always, always watching. Stay woke. [TMZ]