Here is last week’s caption pic winner. This week’s caption pic is at the bottom of the page.
Thanks to everyone for participating! The winner is …
“I’m sorry, ma’am, you can’t use the Express Aisle, it’s only for 8 inches or less.”
Thanks to Strepsi for this week’s winning caption!
Weekend Birthdays! Nikolaf Coster Waldau (above) is 43, Mick Jagger is 70, Sandra Bullock is 49, Dustin Milligan is 28, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers is 36, Alexia Arquette is 41, and Elizabeth Berkley is 41.
Openly Gay Olympic Figure Skater Johnny Weir Urges No Olympic Boycott
Frank Ocean has suffered a tear in his vocal cords, and has been forced to cancel his Australia tour.
Lea Michele, The Cast & Crew Of Glee Gathered For An Emotional Memorial For Cory Monteith
Garrett Hedlund is the latest hot young Hollywood actor to turn down 50 Shades of Grey.
Harvey Fierstein talks about his much-discussed op-ed on Russia, and has some words about Orson Scott Card. “The quotes that got me about him weren’t against gay marriage — he wanted homosexuality criminalized in the United States. That’s what he called for. You want me to be tolerant of you wanting to criminalize homosexuality? F–k you on your grave, you piece of shit.”
Bleedin Cool has spoilers for Young Avengers #8, in which things end on a very intriguing note. (h/t Paul)
Below you can see Peter Sarsgaard talk to Conan about well-hung actors, and filming a sex scene with Liam Neeson.
There have been an endless supply of videos that feature dogs welcoming home their soldier owners after months away, and it’s about time someone showed the feline side.
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names, but also the lesser-known gay celebs who deserve more recognition. This week we give a ShoutOUT to … Lance Bass. Wrapping up our week with Lance, remember when he went out with Reichen for a hot minute? Good times.
Now, presenting … THE TOP 40 HORROR FILMS OF THE 80’S! Journey with me back to the birth of the Dead Teenager movie (actually, that began in the 70’s, so I guess it would be the Afterbirth Of The Dead Teenager Movie), the last gasps of the Italian Horror Masters, and the franchises that still continue today. Yes, your Freddy, Jason, and Michael will be represented, but I’m also going to pay tribute to the obscurities that deserve to be seen. At #23 is … Silent Night, Deadly Night.
PUNISH! The second Killer Santa movie on the list, it’s also the most infamous. Poor little Billy sees his father shot to death and his mother’s throat cut by a psychopathic Santa, and this … affects his later life. After he gets a job in a toy store and is asked to dress up as the jolly guy, well, you can guess what happens next. SNDN stands out for two reasons. The controversy it caused: “Upon its original release in 1984, the film received a generally negative reception. Siskel and Ebert condemned the film and went so far as to read the film’s production credits on air, saying “shame, shame” after each one. Siskel also said that all the money the filmmakers were making off of this film was blood money. Leonard Maltin also denounced the film, calling it a “…worthless splatter film”, giving it zero stars and asking: “What’s next, the Easter Bunny as a child molester?” Large crowds (mostly angry families) formed at theaters and malls around the nation to protest the film. TriStar Pictures, its original distributor, pulled all ads for the film six days after its release (November 15). The film itself was also withdrawn shortly thereafter, due to the controversy.” The second reason is that star Robert Brian Wilson was one of the hottest horror himbos to ever grace the screen.
Congrats to No One! Nobody guessed that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Downton Abbey.
Here’s today’s Pixuzzle™ © ®. Here are characters from a famous TV show. Can you name it?
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