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At the End of the Day: Stringer vs. Liam, Twin Peaks Music, and the Two Alex Joneses

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Where's Noel, String? Where's Noel?

Where’s Noel, String? Where’s Noel?

Things we learn from GQ’s interview with Idris Elba: the actor is feuding with Liam Gallagher of Oasis. Who does he think he is, Noel Gallagher? (GQ)

 Drew Magary watched Sunday’s Breaking Bad, without having ever watched the show before. Hilarity ensued (Deadspin)

The most offensive moments in Fox News history (Complex)

 Did you notice that the villain in the new movie “Prisoners” is named “Alex Jones,” much like the conspiracy nut? (Mediaite)

 Triumph, the Masturbating Bear, and the rest of Conan O’Brien’s best characters (Splitsider)

An appreciation of the music from Twin Peaks (Next Projection)

There’s a petition for the NFL to hire GWAR as Super Bowl halftime entertainment in 2015 (Change.org)

Forget it, Jack: Legendary “Chinatown” screenwriter Robert Towne has been named to the Mad Men writing staff (Variety)

Get your manscaping ready: Bravo is planning a 10th anniversary special for Queer Eye For the Straight Guy (The Wrap)

Ted Mosby of How I Met Your Mother: Notorious man-whore (Daily Beast)

Universal has hired “extra security” for “50 Shades of Grey” star Charlie Hunnam; it probably won’t involve a motorcycle gang (Page Six)

 A very good profile of ESPN’s much-despised talk show host Skip Bayless (Washington Post)

Fulham, a soccer club in London, will be taking down the controversial statue of Michael Jackson outside its stadium (Pro Soccer Talk)

 The script of the upcoming Wikileaks movie “The Fifth Estate” has been leaked by, you guessed it, Wikileaks (The Verge)

 A great illustration of the dozens of times over the years tabloids have erroneously reported a pregnancy of Jennifer Aniston (Pajiba)

 Decorating your Sukkah, Girls-style (Tablet)

Fake movie posters featuring quotes from the “How Did This Get Made” podcast (Warming Glow)

Shittington UK with a “compilation” of songs that are “hard to strip to” (Liartown USA)

The season finale of the “Things Women on The Newsroom Were Wrong About” series (Previously.tv)

An essay arguing that “Star Trek: Into Darkness” reflects the 9/11 Truther views of screenwriter Roberto Orci (Bad Ass Digest

Why Zach from Saved by the Bell was a sociopath (Cracked

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