It recently occurred to me that Josh Charles and Christine Baranski probably know why Julianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi couldn’t stand to be in the same room. Yes, I still think about their final scene in The Good Wife.
Pipsqueak confirmed he’s going to the Super Bowl. But the reaction, on Twitter at least, has been more about Janet Jackson than him. Like the tweet below. The writer Jason isn’t just a Janet fan, he’s the editorial director of Billboard. Not all of the JT blowback can be brushed off as “haters gonna hate.” (Lovestoned would be my song choice too.) For some Janet joy, watch Teyana Taylor on a FaceTime call with her.
Justin Timberlake officially doing Super Bowl halftime. Dream setlist:— Jason Lipshutz (@jasonlipshutz) October 23, 2017
- 9-minute Janet Jackson apology
- "Gone" (w/ *NSYNC)
Missy Elliott on austerity.
Don't go BROKE trying 2 LIVE ABOVE YOUR MEANS! It's ok to say u don't have it! If ppl stop messing wit u 4 that theeeeeen✌🏾manage ya💰 right💯— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) October 22, 2017
Is there an oral history on Cruel Intentions? I’ve looked but couldn’t find one. If there is, please send to me. If there isn’t, I demand one.
Christmas movie screenings in October? I’m not going to complain about the holiday creep. But I do wonder why they didn’t call it Badder Moms. I know “badder” is not a proper, grammatically correct word but it would fit with a comedy right? Fast and Furious is practically using emojis in their titles at this point.
Red boots are having a moment. It’s a big investment to make on a trend piece (the Fendi pair Kelly Rowland is wearing here is sold out), but I don’t know if red boots can be done right by fast fashion. With red, you are always working against the edge of jankiness.
You know what? No snark. Credit where credit is due.