At the End of the Day: Zooey the Terrorist, the Decline of Dr. Drew and the Start of Ebert

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Who's that girl? It's... a terrorist? The local news closed-captioner who accidentally called the Boston bombing suspect “Zooey Deschanel” has apologized to Zooey Deschanel (Gawker)

25 things from 1980s movies which, in retrospect, were sort of offensive (Complex)

Mapping the fall from grace of Dr. Drew (Adam Carolla version sold separately) (Jezebel)

A tribute to Roger Ebert, from only the opening sentences of his reviews (Joe Posnanski)

Some top baseball writers tell Rob Neyer about what baseball movie should be made next. Someone stole my idea of a Bill Veeck biopic in which Peter Dinklage plays Eddie Gaedel (Baseball Nation)

 CNN will air a documentary about Richard Nixon, based on footage shot by his aides Bob Haldeman and John Ehrlichman; it’s a surprise twist that other people were taping Nixon as opposed to the other way around (The Hollywood Reporter)

Slow-clapping that awesome Game of Thrones closing moment from last week (Vulture)

“Ace of Base’s secret Nazi past” (Vice)

Mike Myers and Dana Carvey have made peace, which is great news as long as it doesn’t lead to “Wayne’s World 3″ (Hollywood Reporter)

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