Things We Saw Today: What Happened to These Famous TV Couples?

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You’ve more than likely spent way too much time wondering what on Earth happened to some of your favorite TV couples. Here with one of the most accurate (read: not accurate at all) descriptions of what happened to these prime time sweethearts is writer Chris Scott. Beware The Syndrome

This compilation of movie cuts featuring libraries and bookstores is absolutely heartwarming. It makes me want to head on out to my own local bookstore and just spend some time soaking it all in. Sigh. (via Laughing Squid)

  • Speaking of old, musty things: Universal’s remake of its classic horror movie The Mummy was just delayed a couple of months. This remake is notable because it flips the gender of its titular monster, the Mummy, presenting an interesting twist on the “coming back from the dead to find their lover” story. Oh, and some guy named Tom Cruise is in it, too. He seems okay. (via Variety)
  • These kid Power Rangers are basically all of us as children, right? Maybe we weren’t focused so much on escalator safety (though that’s a big deal, actually), but who didn’t run around like a Power Ranger beating up imaginary baddies? (via Nerdist)

Woohoo, that’s a lot of stuff. What’d you see today?

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