Watching Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!—experiencing Sharknado for the first time—I quickly learned that the first rule of Sharknado-watching is to never ask questions. Especially the all-important one: What am I watching? From what I knew of this cultural phenomenon secondhand, the SyFy Channel’s Sharknado TV-movie…
"It's happening The Internet loved the first Sharknado so much, they demanded a sequel.
Honestly? We don't know what the fuck the Young Hollywood Awards are about. Some of these fine folks are not particularly "young" or "Hollywood." But whatever. Celebrities got dressed up and posed on a blindingly sunny red carpet for our pleasure and amusement. Let's take a look.
YO, SyFy! Up top! Big week for you guys! I think we can all agree that Sharknado was a massive hit—I mean, I don't know if anyone actually watched it, but that chainsaw gif was ace, and we all had a lovely time riffing on Twitter. But what do you do next? How do you top Sharknado and Ice Spiders and Mongolian Death…
It's true, nothing gold can stay, and by "gold" I mean "Two and a Half Men, the worst CBS show you're not watching." While Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer have resigned their contracts for a third season (Kutcher at a $700,000-per-episode payout; Cryer at, I don't know, a gum wrapper and a damp Nickelback ticket stub?),
- In an exclusive interview with The Insider that airs tomorrow, Lindsay Lohan discusses her issues with her father and takes Niecy Nash on a tour of her messy house, revealing that she thinks she's a hoarder.
- Halle Berry's baby has 3 nurseries in different homes, all done in all whites, neutrals and organics. Cost? $60K. [Rush & Molloy]
- And ooh, Halle Berry's baby will learn to speak French! Because her daddy is from Quebec! Très mignon! [People]
- A Snoop Dogg quote, presented without comment: "How many ugly women selling…