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This clip is like a time machine to a distant era known only as "the '90s," in which big ties were cool, the "@" symbol was referred to as "that a with the little ring around it," and the Internet was a—well, what was it, exactly? Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric try to figure it out here, in a clip which just surfaced from NBC (and which may have cost someone their job.) They do manage to get a few details of the Internet right, but they miss the part about it being an omnipresent nightmare flooded with cat GIFs and mindless political debates ... Discuss

 

If you watched Arcade Fire’s recent Coachella headlining performance, then, whether you realized it or not, you actually caught a glimpse of Jesse Pinkman in the flesh. Actor Aaron Paul has revealed on Instagram that he was behind the giant, paper-mache mask of Pope Francis onstage during the show. As you’ve probably seen, as part of the Reflektor tour, the Canadian outfit has incorporated massive bobble heads into their performance. And, you never know whose behind them. It was recently revealed that Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas was the one wearing the Win Butler mask during Arcade Fire’s recent concert at Lollapalooza Chile. The only question now is, who was wearing the President Obama mask? ... Discuss

 

Even though it’s been more than 20 years since the original Mrs. Doubtfire first hit theaters (you feel pretty old now, huh?), Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus feel like it’s finally time to get working on a completely unnecessary sequel. If you’re going to make another movie about a desperate father using an elderly English maid disguise to be close to his children, at least make it Mrs. Featherbottom ... Discuss

 

Beneath Pharrell's giant hat and ubiquitous single lies a guy who seems truly humbled by where he's at in his career. After Oprah showed him a brief montage of people around the world singing "Happy," Pharrell was reduced to tears, saying "It's overwhelming because it's like, I love what I do and I appreciate the fact that people have believed in me for so long that I can make it to this point, to feel that." Not all tears are an evil, Pharrell. Not all tears are an evil ... Discuss