At the End of the Day: Questioning Ticket Oak, Hollywood Nazis, and R. Kelly’s “Black Panties”

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eraserheadA series of questions for StubHub’s “Ticket Oak” (Warming Glow)

Fake Movies, I: Patton Oswalt unloaded on Twitter with a bunch of great ones (Uproxx)

Fake Movies, II: A.J. Daulerio has expanded his “alternative universe top ten list” to look at the summer’s best “movies” (Deadspin)

Jersey I: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has a defender from those who criticize his weight: the “Cake Boss,” Buddy Valastro (Hoboken Patch)

Jersey II: Teresa Guidice of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, who is under federal indictment, has made reality TV history, as the first contestant ever to have legal counsel present for a reunion show (Radar Online)

An independent record label found a bunch of CDs lying around of the soundtracks of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks and “Eraserhead” (AV Club)

An oral history of the unappreciated, pre-Colbert Comedy Central talk show Tough Crowd With Colin Quinn (Splitsider)

The same local sports anchor who loaded a sportscast with pro wrestling references just did the same thing with Seinfeld (The Big Lead)

The second most-horrifying thing associated with Hulk Hogan in the last two years (Uproxx)

David Denby revisits the Hollywood/Nazism controversy (The New Yorker)

Speaking of which, “World War II Documentary Suffused With Anti-Nazi Undertones” (The Onion)

God What a Racket: a Gwar retrospective (Wired)

How music’s worst format- not Smooth Jazz, but rather cassette tapes- has been revived (AV Club)

R. Kelly’s upcoming album is called, yes, “Black Panties” (Rolling Stones)

On its 25th anniversary, looking back at “Eight Men Out” (New York Daily News)


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