Next time, we eat a turban.
- Katy Perry’s mom not a fan of her daughter’s music, boobs.
- You’ll never guess what Kevin Lee Cokayne was busted dealing. (Seriously, it’s not what you think.)
- Get To Know A Hottie: Bree Conden.
- International Beauty of the Day: Aura Avila.
- MTV Germany reminds you that sex is no accident with a series of sex accidents.
- Dlisted: Natalie Portman vs. Sarah Lane: The Percentage Game Continues!
- FilmDrunk: Japanese film: Sex doll becomes machine gun mid-coitus.
- Frisky: Does A Nine-Year-Old Need A Padded Bra?
- Nerve: Five Stories: Unlikely First Meetings.
- Holy Taco: 2011 Douchebag Tournament: Trophy Presentation.
Movie Poster of the Day: First official teaser poster for Todd Phillips’ Bangkok-based Hangover sequel, which is due in theaters May 26.
Bradley Cooper. That is all
wwwhy not, i neeed money
Heartbreaking Tearjerker of the Day: A lost dog refuses to leave the side of his wounded canine companion in the aftermath of Friday’s earthquake.
According to a Facebook post from Butch Japan president Kenn Sakurai, both dogs were found alive in Mito, Ibaraki, thanks to the efforts of Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support, and are currently in the care of a local shelter.
See Also: Similar story in Arahama, Miyagi.
God is great. They are both safe.
In Case You Missed It of the Day: Zach Galifianakis’s monologue on last night’s SNL was truly a thing to behold. Unfortunately, only an abbreviated version, which strips away the must-see climax, is currently available for viewing through the “official” channels (NBC, Hulu).
A full cut has been uploaded to YouTube (above), but it likely won’t stick around for long. Just in case, a clip of Zach as Little Orphan Annie is embedded below, and, should that video be disappeared as well, Mediaite has it too.
Bonus: SNL Digital Short: “Zach Looks For A New Assistant” —
Lost And Found of the Day: A team of researchers led by University of Hartford professor Richard Freund claim to have stumbled upon the Lost City of Atlantis in the Andalusian wetlands of Doñana, north of Cadiz, Spain. Freund and his team say that what sets their discovery apart from those previous Atlantis hunters is the multi-ringed layout of the site — a feature associated with the fabled naval power.
Freund says that the existence of nearby Atlantis-like “memorial cities” — which were supposedly constructed by Atlantis residents fleeing the tsunami which submerged their city — further cements his belief that Atlantis has finally been unearthed.
The team’s complete findings will be unveiled tonight, on the National Geographic Channel. Sure, Atlantis is just a myth invented by Plato to sell books, but it still makes for some damn fine television.
Nostalgia Overload of the Day: Remember that exciting bit of fakery about new episodes of classic NickToons that was making the rounds a few weeks back (see above)? Well, funnily enough, it may have played a decisive role in today’s announcement that TeenNick will soon begin rerunning many of your favorite Nick shows from years past.
Starting this fall, old episodes of Rugrats, Kenan & Kel, Pete & Pete, The Amanda Bynes Show, All That and Clarissa Explains It All will air during a special midnight-to-2 AM block called “The ’90s Are All That.” According to Inside TV, the network “came up with the idea after seeing the huge interest in early Nickelodeon programming on social media sites.”
“At the time, we were completely devoted to that audience ages 9, 10, and 11,” TeenNick GM Keith Dawkins told EW. ““It was ground-breaking and for the young viewers, a powerful and pivotal time in their lives. Those kids who are now 22, 23 and 24 want to bring that back.”