Pop culture obsessives writing for the pop culture obsessed.
Pop culture obsessives writing for the pop culture obsessed.

A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.

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HBO’s riveting documentary series, The Jinx. It’s the creepiest documentary about murder since The Staircase.

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The Funny Or Die Weather app. Finally, an app that combines the wit of a joke-a-day calendar with the weather-related jolliness of Al Roker.

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Red velvet Oreos. Aren’t Oreo-flavored Oreos enough?

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Saturday Night Live’s live-ish 40th Anniversary Special. It’s as tedious and self-congratulatory as the Oscars, but with clips of The Coneheads and Derek Jeter for some reason!

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The continued existence of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The only thing “controversial” about this year’s issue is how a media outlet can keep publishing a soft-core porn magazine in the age of free Internet porn.

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Fifty Shades Of Grey. This ain’t your momma’s S&M movie—wait, actually, it is your momma’s S&M movie. It also might be a particularly racy lost episode of Silk Stalkings.

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McDonald’s awful “pay with lovin’” campaign. Nothing is more cynical than a corporation literally using hugs to sell more hamburgers. For a limited time.

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