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Posted by Eric Thurm on The A.V. Club, shared by Baraka Kaseko to TV Club

“How much longer is this gonna go on for?” Ali Pfefferman asks, exasperated. She’s talking to a team of people grilling her on her involvement with Leslie Mackinaw, the older professor played by Cherry Jones with whom she had a sexual relationship over the course of the past two seasons of Transparent. But she could…


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Posted by Jordan Bowman


Very mild spoilers for the movie It. So don't read if ya don't wanna know.

The hit film It is actually pretty terrifying but that didn't stop the internet from turning Pennywise the clown into a hilarious meme. 

A twitter account aptly named, Pennywise_Dance is taking some catchy pop songs and combining them with one of Pennywise’s wackiest dance moves that he shows off towards the end of the film.   

Check out Pennywise bust a move to “Happy” and “Hey Ya” along with a bunch of other classic songs. 

Happy! #ITMovie pic.twitter.com/8inH70AIcP

— Pennywise Dancing (@Pennywise_Dance) September 21, 2017

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Posted by Colin Daileda


Let's call it the "Donald Trump + hoax" test: If the president says it's a hoax, then it probably is actually true.

Trump has famously referred to climate change as "a hoax," several times. Lately he's directed his hoax radar toward trying to discredit any story having to do with Russian involvement in the 2016 United States presidential election. He was at it again on Friday.

The president sent two tweets Friday morning about Russian involvement in the election, again calling Russian influence a "hoax." 

The Russia hoax continues, now it's ads on Facebook. What about the totally biased and dishonest Media coverage in favor of Crooked Hillary?

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 22, 2017

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Posted by Proma Khosla


Bill Clinton and James Patterson still haven't published The President is Missing, but Showtime has already snatched up the rights to adapt the thriller. The network announced Friday that an upcoming TV adaptation of the also-upcoming novel will be adapted into a series following its publication.

“Bringing The President is Missing to Showtime is a coup of the highest order,” Showtime C.E.O. and President David Nevins said in a press release. “The pairing of President Clinton with fiction’s most gripping storyteller promises a kinetic experience, one that the book world has salivated over for months and that now will dovetail perfectly into a politically relevant, character-based action series for our network.” Read more...

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Posted by Max Knoblauch


All units be advised: we got a freaking 10-80 over here: police code for a freaking cute as heck raccoon on a freaking cop car (Ed note: a 10-80 is not about raccoons).

The Colorado Springs Police Department Facebook page uploaded pictures of a raccoon hanging out on the windshield of a cruiser as an officer responded to a car crash. 

Folks, hell yeah.

The raccoon reportedly leapt onto the officer's vehicle and, if the pictures are to be believed, hung out there for a while just sort of analyzing the interior of the patrol car.  Read more...

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Posted by Lance Ulanoff


Microsoft is putting retail roots down in London.

The company announced on Friday that it's building a brand-new London flagship store in the city's popular Regent Street shopping avenue in Oxford Circus. The new store will be just a short mouse throw away from Apple's London flagship, also on Regent Street. On Friday, that store hosted the somewhat sparsely-attended iPhone 8 retail launch.

With approximately 100 stores in four countries around the world, Microsoft trails far behind Apple's nearly 500 retail locations. Even so, the company has made a habit of opening upscale, multi-purpose venues as close as possible to existing Apple Stores. In New York City, Microsoft's first flagship store on Fifth Avenue is just a short walk from Apple's iconic, glass cube (currently under renovation) on Fifth Ave. Read more...

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Posted by Angie Han


What does it mean to be hailed as a hero just for surviving? How does it feel to be remembered for the single worst day of your life? What does it cost to put on a brave face when you feel like anything but? And what in the hell does "Boston Strong" even mean, anyway?

Those are the questions at the heart of Stronger, starring Jake Gyllenhaal as Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman. The marketing suggests an uplifting tearjerker, and that's not entirely wrong. You probably will come away with your cheeks wet and your spirits lifted. Read more...

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Posted by Nikolay Nikolov


In the wake of two harrowing earthquakes in Mexico, the story of local rescuer — a Labrador retriever named Frida — serves as a small comfort. 

A canine rescuer belonging to the Mexican navy (SEMAR), Frida recently made headlines for her recent contributions to search and rescue missions following natural disasters in her country.  Read more...

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