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  1. Emma Watson, Laverne Cox, & More Top This List Of 2014′s “Top” Celebrity Feminists

    A tiny reordering is maybe in order

    There is hardly a system set up wherein a list of top celebrity feminists in any given year could be definitive. That's truer than ever in 2014.

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  2. Mindy Kaling, Kit Harrington, Emma Stone, & More Read Really Mean Tweets About Themselves [VIDEO]

    And That's Terrible

    Doing what we do, we get the occasional bad egg directing some undignified hate our way on social media. And of course, doing what we do, we're constantly on social media so we actually see it. Celebrities are normally too busy for that sort of thing, if they even have a Twitter account at all. Jimmy Kimmel Live has been doing a running series where they get actors to read real tweets about them out loud. But not just any tweets. These are the mean kind. Watch and see if folks like Don Cheadle, Mindy Kaling, Matthew McConaughey, Kit Harrington, Emma Stone, and Gary Oldman can keep their composure. The previous installment is just under here...

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Orange is the New Black Season 2 Images

    Things We Saw Today

    Kate Mulgrew, I love you. Collider has a few more of the People images from Season 2 of Orange is the New Black, premiering June 6th on Netflix.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: A Cupcake You Can Wear

    Things We Saw Today

    This is a Cupcake Booty Buddy. I'm being completely serious. (via That's Nerdalicious)

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  5. Mindy Kaling Shares the Very Human Emotions She Felt When Her Pilot Was Picked Up For Series

    million dollar lady

    First, we have great news concerning Mindy Kaling's pilot that she filmed for Fox -- it was picked up for series, and that series also has a title: The Mindy Project! (Exclamation point ours.) The announcement came during this week's TV upfronts, and the newly-minted sitcom showrunner kept a diary at Vulture for the duration. Her journey began in Boston at her childhood home and ends in New York, but not before a layover in the Land of Tears of Joy.

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  6. Mindy Kaling Is Shooting a Pilot for Fox, Will Leave The Office If It’s Picked Up

    Clever Girl

    NBC may be losing one of its brightest comedy stars -- and it looks like it's their own darn fault, too! Mindy Kaling, author and star of The Office, has been shopping around a script for a sitcom pilot about a "Bridget Jones-type doctor." And NBC wasn't interested. (Really? Um, okay then!) However, Fox thought it would be a good idea to hop on the Kaling train -- probably sensing the success of other comedies featuring quirky female characters, like The New Girl with Zooey Deschanel -- and picked up the pilot. Should it go to series, NBC will have to wave goodbye to Kelly Kapoor. Their loss!

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  7. Rainn Wilson’s Dwight Is Getting An Office Spin-Off

    Cautiously Optimistic

    What is going on? What are you doing?! NBC is giving Dwight Schrute his own spin-off from The Office in 2013. Ok, no, we're actually really excited about this, we just wanted to use those quotes. And this one. Bears, beets, and Battlestar Galactica.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: R2-Tutu

    Things We Saw Today

    J!NX fashion designer Samantha, aka Leeloo on Flickr, pulled out a spectacular Halloween costume this past October. She was a ballet R2-D2.  Or Artoo Tutu as she puts it. Check out a whole set of her in the creative costume. (via Purple Lightsaber) Hit the jump for more of what we saw today. 

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  9. The Office‘s Mindy Kaling To Produce And Voice Character In A New NBC Animated Series

    It is a gift!

    The Office and Parks & Recreation executive producer Greg Daniels is teaming up with top talent from his two shows to bring two new animated comedy to NBC. Mindy Kaling is one of them and you'll never guess the premise. 

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  10. Seven Underrated (Female) TV Comedy Writers to Watch

    Essay

    The question of women in comedy can at times (read: most of the time) be vaguely ridiculous, and frequently conflated. Are we talking about the actresses, who may have trouble finding well-rounded or non-cliched characters to take on? Are we talking about the writers, who often face writers' rooms that are not exactly equally distributed, nor always welcoming? Both are going up against a world which sporadically bursts into debates over whether women are as funny as their male counterparts, which can seem especially ludicrous in times like these, when television is experiencing a veritable renaissance of funny women showcasing their talents, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey exist as a whole different type of triple threat (writer/actor/producers), and next season’s new series are looking to be largely dominated by female characters and creators. But the question itself played itself out a few dozen posts ago. Bored now. So instead of further "debate," we decided to showcase a few of the talents of women from the writing staffs of some of our favorite TV comedies.

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