Your childhood was a sensitive time. You had a sense of childlike faith that everything you were told was true, and you wanted it to be true, because how could anything wonderful not also be true? Well, put your childhood on a high shelf and protect it from the thieves and wolves, because it is a fragile thing and reality is a cruel and reckless tyrant. The Huffington Post has released a report on MTV's Pimp My Ride (don't ask why. Who knows why anyone does anything?) and the results are very sad. The show, which fixed up contestants' clunkers with some truly absurd custom features, has now been accused of multiple travesties. Some contestants said producers forced them to remove the add-ons after taping. Others talked about items that "were occasionally put into cars with no intention of them ever working in real life."

So the long and short of it is that Pimp My Ride was a complete lie and Xzibit can't be trusted and why do we ever love anything when it always turns out to be a fabrication. Yo, dawg, I heard you like deception ... Discuss

Go go gadget Netflix. Just a day after we learned that DisneyXD was rebooting the afternoon animated favorite DuckTales, Netflix has unveiled an updated version of the classic series Inspector Gadget.

On March 27, the streaming programming provider will drop a new 26-episode CGI-style season of the satirical superhero series. Finally, the Canadian cyborg will be able to spring-loaded shoe-jump his way into the hearts of a new generation ... Discuss

Now that Parks and Rec has officially ended, many members of its cast—most notably Hollywood mega-star Pratt—are likely on to bigger and better things. As a hat-tip to the newfound success of the show’s lovable man-child, last night’s finale contained a brief, easy-to-miss Easter egg: When kids show up at Andy and April’s door for Halloween, one of them is dressed as Star Lord, the Guardian’s of the Galaxy role that cemented Pratt’s A-list status. You can see a bigger version of the image here ... Discuss

Here’s some news so awesome it will make you want to swan dive into a massive pile of gold coins. Disney has announced that they are rebooting the classic series DuckTales for DisneyXD. In a statement, a network executive explained, "DuckTales has a special place in Disney's TV animation history. It drew its inspiration from Disney legend Carl Barks' comic books and, through its storytelling and artistic showmanship, set an enduring standard for animated entertainment that connects with both kids and adults. Our new series will bring that same energy and adventurous spirit to a new generation." The new animated series is set to debut some time in 2017 ... Discuss

Tonight, we will all say our final goodbyes to Parks and Rec and its lovable gang of government employees from Pawnee. In honor of this evening’s series finale, the Indiana Office of Tourism Development posted a really funny and thoughtful letter, addressing each member of the cast of characters, telling them why they could represent real Indiana towns. For Leslie, they wrote “She isn’t interested in personal praise; she just wants the satisfaction of making her community a better place. She embodies all that it means to grow up and live in Indiana. Looking at the Indiana map, there is no more fitting town that captures the spirit of Leslie Knope, and best defines Indiana, than Hoosierville.” (Of course Ron got Liberty, Indiana, and Andy got “Gas City.”) The whole breakdown is actually really sweet. That is, except for Jerry (or whatever his name is): “We don’t really claim him. He’s more of an Ohio guy” ... Discuss

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