The Primetime Emmys are just a few days away (they air on Monday night), so to get you ready for the ceremony, here are some kids acting out scenes from each of the Outstanding Drama Series nominees: Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, House of Cards, Mad Men and True Detective—all of which we sincerely hope they haven’t been allowed to watch yet ... Discuss

Bad news, Liz Lemon fans. Fox has officially killed the new sitcom project from Tina Fey and 30 Rock showrunner Robert Carlock, Cabot College. The sitcom was set at an all-girls school that had started to allow male students to enroll first time. Apparently, Fox wasn’t pleased with the pilot, and now the network has axed the series all together. The good news is, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, starring Ellie Kemper, and also produced by the duo, is still a go on NBC ... Discuss

Boots and pants. Denim. Haircuts. Does this mall have it all or what ... Discuss

Well, how about that? After the Ice Bucket Challenge crept up out of nowhere to give us an impossible choice—dump water on our heads or donate money to charity—it quickly became the social media cause de jour. And out of nowhere, Charlie Sheen—America's sweetheart—shows up with a genuinely classy move. Life can still surprise us. ... Discuss

Downton Abbey, ITV's very hot exploration of classism in England, gets a lot of love for its attention to historical detail but, hold up, what's that—a water bottle? Has Lord Grantham's wealth permitted him to invent plastic water bottles some 50 years before they were actually invented? And was his thirst so great that he could not permit said bottle to be let from his sight whilst he and the lady posed for the cameras? Regardless, it's the most interesting thing to happen on the show in ages ... Discuss

Finally, the ability to examine the average ages of the cast of Saturday Night Live, in every season since 1975, in a single infograph (created by Splitsider’s Ramsey Ess). Sure, it’s a little geeky. But, considering that the show has launched the careers of some of pop culture’s most influential comedians, the chart provides an interesting look at how young many were when they just broke through, and how the show has changed (primarily by getting older) since the beginning. The 1982-1983 cast holds the distinction of being the youngest in the show’s history (at just 26.37), and the 2008-2009 season is the oldest, at 36.3 years old. You can go here to see the full chart ... Discuss