Baseball fans bored by the usual suspects in the World Series have not been bored by the way these games have ended. A walk-off obstruction call to end Game 3? A walk-off pickoff to end Game 4? Weird and wacky stuff. So how will Game 5 end? Twitter made some stellar predictions. From movies to literature to cross-stream sports, here’s the best of the best.
Kimmel and Kanye are BBF again. Here’s Part I above — check this out for the rest of the feud-thaw interview.
Justin Timberlake may or may not be a permanent sidekick on Jimmy Fallon’s late-night show. It’s unclear. But it’s undeniable that these two have incredible chemistry, and this #Hashtag sketch is a perfect shot to LL Cool J’s domepiece. Hashtag Grammys 4eva, yo.
On January 26, Aaron Paul tweeted his reaction to reading script for Ep. 513 of Breaking Bad, which aired tonight. YUP.
New York Times op-ed columnist Joe Nocera invited typical social vitriol upon himself by dropping “My Case Against Twitter” on Monday.
His central thesis — “But to me, at least — and, yes, I acknowledge I’m at the age where I’m losing the battle to keep up with technology — the negatives outweigh the positives” didn’t sit too well with his daughter Kate, a BuzzFeed reporter, or us, the hosts of SiriusXM’s Politics Powered By Twitter. So we invited them both on the show. This is fun.
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