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Here Are Some Afternoon Links!

  • Here’s Patton Oswalt on Late Night explaining the time he stood motionless in the background of a King of Queens scene. He also talks about Young Adult, no doy, and guys I want to see that movie. Not SO bad, not as bad as I want to rent Another Earth on iTunes, but I do want to see it. -Splitsider
  • Videogum already tweeted about this yesterday but in case anyone missed it, here’s a transcript from Bill Hader’s “Stefon” appearance at the Autism Speaks benefit in NYC. Read it! Read it maybe even if you already have. -Vulture
  • First of all, I don’t know if any of you are aware of this, but Mythbusters is still a show that exists. Not to be a jerk but, ASSUMPTION: BUSTED! Second of all, they shot a cannonball into someone’s house by accident LOL. -BuzzFeed
  • Want to read about a bunch of new shows “in development” at Comedy Central? One of them is from Eugene Mirman! Another is from Rob Delaney! And another is from Kumail Nanjiani! Etc.! Get your hopes up because I’m pretty sure “in development” always means “will be on the air for sure, and for a very long time.” -TheHollywoodReporter
  • Ooooh, I have a NBC News correspondent Chelsea Clinton update for everyone! She will be making her Rock Center with Brian Williams debut on Monday, December 12th. So feel free to pen that in on all of your TV calendars. -YahooNews
  • Speaking of Clintons, please take a moment to watch Hillary Clinton speak about gay rights. It will make you feel a little bit better after watching Rick Perry speak about garbage barf coming out of his mouth and eyes. -TheDailyWhat
  • Please check out the unofficial We Bought A Zoo Twitter account. And then please check out the official We Bought A Zoo Twitter account. They are both very good for very different reasons! The unofficial one is a lot better, though, TBH. -AVClub
  • The fact that Grown Ups is getting a sequel is only surprising because that must mean that it made enough money to convince people that it was a good idea to have a sequel? I didn’t think anyone saw that one! Oh well. Hollyweird, right. -FilmDrunk
  • Vince Gilligan says he has no idea how Breaking Bad will end. Here’s an idea: Kelly and Jesse live happily ever after and Walt dies in a way that is bittersweet and not overly sad. GREENLIGHT! -FilmDrunk