Otters who look like Benedict Cumberbatch, courtesy of Red Scharlach. [via Dangerous Minds]


We are officially obsessed with Alison Brie after this Mad Men "Spoiler Alert" segment she did for The Soup filled with non-spoilers: "The show will address Trudie's accidental addiction to envelope glue -- like that pill addiction on Saved by the Bell, but way classier. [via Pop Culture Brain]

Uh oh... The Jonas Brothers are getting a reality show on E! [via Page Six]


Kathy Bates is playing the ghost of Charlie Sheen's character on an upcoming episode of Two and a Half Men. [via E!]

Michael Bay has upset die-hard TMNT fans by changing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles "origin story." At a recent press conference, he said that for his forthcoming live-action re-boot, the turtles "are from an alien race," as opposed to being transformed into superheroes via radioactive sewer goop. [via Washington Post]

Yo Shimada of Tato Architects has strung 30,000 Post-It Notes together for an art show in Kyoto. [via Lost at E Minor]

Season 2, Episode 3: "Primary Care Giver" from The Slope on Vimeo.

Michael Showalter makes fun of Park Slope parents in "The Slope." "She is going to be 38 months tomorrow. We're having a little party. You should come by! It's BYO Swiss Chard though." [via HuffPo]

Justin Bieber gets knocked up for Complex's 10th anniversary issue.

Daniel Radcliffe as Allen Ginsberg for new biopic, Kill Your Darlings, walking along Smith Street in Carroll Gardens. He looks kind of like our freshman English TA! [via Gothamist]

Truth. [via GraphJam]
A trailer for a new Wes Anderson commercial for the Sony Laika. [via Super Punch]

Teddy bear toast. [via Laughing Squid]

And the opposite of teddy bear toast? Panda bear poop tea. [via The Awl]

I has a me. [via I Has a Hotdog via Julie Klausner]