I’ve never questioned why there’s so much sex and nudity on HBO’s “Game of Thrones” — in fact, I wish there was more! But apparently, there are some people out there who find the abundance of fornication and naked titties to be a tad gratuitous. So “Saturday Night Live” went behind the scenes of the hit show – based on George R. R. Martin’s series of books — to find out why it’s so … horny.
This woman has a legit reason to wear low-rise jeans. Who wouldn’t want to show those tats off? The best caption I can come up with is: Private eyes are watching you. But that may just be because I’m listening to Hall & Oates. I’ll bet you can do better. Have at it. [F**k Yeah Dementia]
Lou Lou P’s Delights is a baker and culinary artist who creates painstakingly detailed reproductions of pop culture icons … in cake pop form. For example, here is the cast of “Titanic” made out of cake batter and popsicle sticks. Click through to check out more awesomeness from the Lou Lou P Facebook page, including cake pop versions of “Downton Abbey,” Rosie The Riveter, and Rihanna… [Lou Lou P’s Delights]
This week, Claire Danes turned 33! While the birthday girl is all grown up these days as the star of Homeland and wife to hot actor Hugh Dancy, we will always remember Claire as the angsty teen heroine of “My So-Called Life,” Angela Chase. As one of our favorite ’90s starlets, Claire’s portrayal of Angela gave us someone we could relate to growing up. She went through the same friend dramas, family conflict, and, of, course, young love ups and downs we faced in those terrible in-between years of high school. So in honor of Claire’s birthday, we’ve got the best love, sex, and dating musings from Angela on “My So-Called Life.” Read more …
When you’re a baby, everything seems exciting and new. Take this baby lemur, who just discovered that he could climb a rope. How awesome is that? Pretty great — and also a little bit scary, right? [HolyCuteness]
Call it an enigma wrapped in a mystery stuffed in a donut. “Community”‘s Donald Glover has signed up to play Young Tracy Jordan on an upcoming episode of “30 Rock.” Actually, it’s going to be during “30 Rock”‘s second-ever live episode, so that should be pretty exciting. Apparently, this isn’t Glover’s first go-around as Tracy. He also recorded “Tracy’s” voice on the full-length version of “Werewolf Bar Mitzvah.” Said producer Robert Carlock, “Tracy wasn’t available, so Donald came in and [performed the extra material],” he explains. “I don’t think you can tell. It’s pretty remarkable. All the spoken stuff is Donald doing Tracy.” The live episode will air April 26. [TV Line]