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5 Simple Pieces Of Sex Advice From “Savage U”

Dan Savage Q&A
Dan Savage discusses his new show, "Savage U." Read More »
Dan Savage's First Gay Bar
The sex columnist tells us about his first time. Read More »

Have you been watching “Savage U” on MTV? You should be! Frankly, I think the show should be required viewing for teens and college students, as Dan both hilariously and empathetically delivers some of the best and most straightforward sex and dating advice ever seen on TV or elsewhere. The first time I heard Dan (we’re on a first name basis), on his “Savage Love” podcast, talk about the importance of being “GGG” (“Good, Giving and Game”) in a relationship, my mind was kind of blown. So simple, but it encapsulates the exact dynamic I want to share with a partner. So it’s not come as any surprise to me that the advice he’s given on “Savage U” — airing Tuesdays at midnight on MTV — is just as straightforward and spot-on. Here are five bits of advice I especially loved. [MTV] Keep reading »

Baby Genius Needs To Poop On “The Today Show”

Zebra Baby
A lion tries to eat this baby in a zebra costume. Watch »
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This segment proves that three-year-old geniuses are just like other toddlers in the sense that when they have to poop when they have to poop. Even a Mensa-level IQ can’t help this toddler predict when her bowels are going to go haywire on a live “Today Show” segment. Too many doughnuts in the green room. I hate when that happens. Everyone seems more concerned with Emmy’s interest in insects than her dire potty emergency and request to “take it out.” I really hope this moment doesn’t become the metaphor for the rest of her life. [Videogum]

Lena Dunham Threw Herself A Spinning Birthday Party, Clearly Hates Her Friends

"Girls" Diversity
Lena Dunham explains the lack of diversity on "Girls." Read More »
Dating Don'ts: "Girls"
Allison Williams on Girls photo
Five dating don'ts from the "Girls" premiere. Read More »
What "Girls" Got Right
13 things from the premiere that seemed universally accurate. Read More »

I guess Lady Juggernaut and “Girls” creator Lena Dunham had a birthday last week, and to celebrate she decided to throw herself a birthday party. At spin class. Yes, that’s right, Dunham invited her friends to celebrate her annual name day (as the “Game of Thrones” folk call it) by making them get together and sweat it out on a bunch of friggin’ spin bikes at Soul Cycle. Max Greenfield (pictured with Dunham), who plays Schmidt on “New Girl,” was there. He apparently loves spinning. And so was Lena’s dad. Happy 26th, lady! Don’t ever, ever do this to us. [Twitter]

Coolest Parents Ever Recreate Beastie Boys “Sabotage” Video

Portlandia: DJ Night
A clip from the new season of "Portlandia." Watch »
All About "Portlandia"
Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen get their own show. Read More »
Portland Vs. Brooklyn
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As much as it pains my Brooklyn heart to say this, this little video from a couple of cool Portland parents might just score extra points in the Portland vs. Brooklyn battle. These guys made a shot-for-shot remake of the Beastie Boys’ iconic Spike Jonze-directed video “Sabotage,” starring their own children. Brooklyn, I believe you’ve been one-upped.  [Portland Mercury]

Banana Wearing A Trucker Hat Is The Douchiest Banana Ever

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So apparently all it takes to create a banana peel trucker hat is a few simple knife cuts and some careful sticker placement. Now I just have to make some apple skin cargo shorts and orange peel aviators and my whole fruit basket will be ready for spring break in Cancun! [Neatorama]

Jessica Paré Doesn’t Mind The Gap

Dating Don Draper
Amelia dating a guy eerily similar to the "Mad Men" character. Read More »
"Mad Men" On The Frisky
All of The Frisky's posts about our fave show, "Mad Men." Read More »
"Mad Men" Q&A
Bryan Batt photo
An interview with actor Bryan Batt, who plays Sal Romano. Read More »

“I forget about them because they’re in my face and they do their job just great. I never get anything stuck in them.”

– “Mad Men”‘s marvelous Jessica Paré, on her signature gap teeth. Jessica also dished a tiny bit about the future of her character Megan’s relationship with hubby Don Draper, noting that “we all know this is not a show about Don Draper being a happy, healthy man.” Uh oh. [New York]

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