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Merry Christmas And Many “Ab Fab” Returns

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This year, it appears our Christmas wishes have come early. The long-awaited return of caustic British series “Absolutely Fabulous” is upon us, and we’ve got a tiny, tiny sneak peak of what’s to come during their two-part holiday special. [ONTD]

“The Art Of Getting By”

We’re suckers for an indie rom-com, especially one that makes us wistfully nostalgic about our misfit teenage years. “The Art of Getting By,” out on DVD 11/29, is just that kind of film. Freddie Highmore (the now grown-up kid from “Finding Neverland”) is George, a fatalistic but artistically talented high school senior in New York City who is on the verge of failing. It’s only when he meets smart and beautiful Sally (played by Emma Roberts) that George slowly starts to find motivation to realize his potential. Sort of a modern day “My So-Called Life” meets John Hughes, “The Art of Getting By” is an endearing love story that’s not to be missed. 

[$17.99 Amazon]

Cute Alert: Kitten Riding A Turtle

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Boo. The long weekend is coming to a close. This video of a kitten riding a turtle kinda sorta cheered me up. [Buzzfeed]

Smoking Kids Are Startling Art

Holy disturbing, Batman! These little nuggets are much too small to be sucking on the cancer sticks! Thankfully photographer Frieke Janssen didn’t give the children real cigarettes or cigars — they are “smoking” cheese. The artist was inspired, apparently, by that two-year-old boy in Indonesia who smoked 40 cigarettes a day. The depressing thing is, though, that lots of people won’t realize smoking is gross at any age. [Neatorama] Keep reading »

Jason Segel On The Purity Of The Muppets

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“The Muppets don’t get laughs at other people’s expense. It’s part of what I really loved about the Muppets. They don’t even want to destroy their villains. They want to reform their villains.”

– Jason Segel talks to NPR’s “Fresh Air” about his new movie, “The Muppets,” and what’s so special about the talking puppets that have enchanted people of all ages. I haven’t seen the new flick yet, have you? What did you think? [NPR]

“Breaking Dawn” Birthing Scene Too Intense For Epileptics, Causing Seizures

November 25, 2011
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