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January 20, 2011

Morning Coffee (1/20/11)

Morning Coffee

Happy Thursday! Bones and Community come back tonight! Everyone excited? (Note: Bones is now at 9 rather than 8.)

Don Kirshner has died. NPR has a nice retrospective.

England is considering changing the law of succession.

Rob Thomas, creator of Veronica Mars, has a new pilot about Little League families. Oh, yes, please.

Michael Steele: "I know exactly how Caesar felt." Yup.

Vulture's Guide to Decoding 2011's Oscar-Season For Your Consideration Ads

The Coachella lineup sounds awesome, but even better: The State of Current Musical Fame According to the Coachella Poster

Cake has the new lowest ever sales numbers to hit number one on the charts. I'm pulling for The Decemberists next week. I did my part.

Shocker: Alcoholic whipped cream is gross. One of my cousins showed up with some on Christmas but I couldn't bring myself to inflict it upon my lovely dessert, so I didn't try it. Also, because it sounds gross.

Eric Balfour will guest star on No Ordinary Family. Yay! I guess now that Haven is getting a second season we have to stop calling him "show killer Eric Balfour," huh?

Rock stars need to stop writing good books.

This review of No Strings Attached makes me even more eager to see it.

A trilogy coming out in consecutive months doesn't exactly count as serialized, I don't think. And romance series have been doing this for years!

Here are Jason Segal and Amy Adams dancing while filming The Muppets. Oh my gosh, I can't wait for this movie.

Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy will be in the new Batman movie.

Here's the PaleyFest lineup.

Headline of the day: The team behind The Social Network readies its next flick: Sex On The Moon

Posted by Kat at January 20, 2011 06:34 AM
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