The whole gang is here! And they are tiny, plastic, and ready to be attached to things. (via Geeks Are Sexy)
British actor Dennis Waterman is notorious for allegations of beating his former wife, and as it turns out, it’s all her fault — for being “strong, intelligent,” and apparently, better at arguing than he is. And that’s why he lashed out. He was jealous of her. He and O.J. Simpson would get along famously, no? (via The Frisky)
Also from The Frisky: A blow-by-blow account by Kate Fridkis (Eat the Damn Cake) of the terror and strange hope that goes into taking a pregnancy test when that’s the last thing you wanted to do.
Glen Keane, a 38-year veteran of Walt Disney Animation Studios and inspiration for Billy in father Bil Keane‘s Family Circus comic strip, has announced that he’s leaving his “artistic home” and moving on. His last movie with the Mouse was Tangled. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
New York Magazine has an interview with Gail Collins, unofficial “evangelist” for Buffy the Vampire Slayer and an op-ed columnist for The New York Times.
People have been complaining about their jobs since jobs existed. No, really: io9 found these translations of medieval monks complaining about their jobs: