The events of last night's series finale were shocking for some, but what's even more surprising is the admission by the show's creators—in a post-show interview—Mark Olsen and Will Scheffer that Big Love "has always been a feminist show." Really? Yes, really.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Tiffany talks about how cool it was to have a latent homosexual (Jonathan Knight) as a boyfriend, Cameron Diaz bought weed from Snoop Dogg in high school, and watch some interspecies love.
"She's so not the fashionista-diva that is her image, so for her to get a little bit drunk on champagne and speak bluntly at a party…If anything, we felt bad for her." As long as this season doesn't suck too.
As California Gurls parodies go, our money's on the ladies of Brigham Young University, who cheerfully sing about Provo, Utah girls being "eighteen, clueless, and baby hungry," and rocking hot fashion just like the pioneers.
Guinness World Records has named Wayne and Laurie Hallquist of California, who measure 6'10'' and 6'6'' respectively, the world's tallest living spouses. A 19th century couple who were each taller than 7' are still the tallest husband and wife ever.