Topping off the day's news, My Bloody Valentine has scheduled reunion shows. They're in the UK, but hey, it's a start.

In related news, Led Zeppelin is in negotiations to play Glastonbury and is taking offers to tour in 2008.

In horrible news, the FCC wants to regulate cable TV. (via PopWatch)

Could this possibly be true? Queens of the Stone Age were kicked out of a California rehab facility last week after being booked by someone who obviously has never heard their music. ("Nicotine, valium, vicodin, marijuana, ecstasy and alcohol! C-c-c-c-c-cocaine!") (via AV Club)

Status Ain't Hood explains the best thing about year-end top 10 lists and weighs in on the new Cam'ron mixtape.

In Chuck Klosterman fashion, Suburbs suggests that you can tell what kind of person you are by whether you ride for Ready to Die or Illmatic.

McCrank's Juke posted a bunch of reallllly old Nine Inch Nails demos. (Like, pre-Pretty Hate Machine.) (via Idolator)

Paste has another Jason Schwartzman interview.

Friday Night Lights has cast Matt Czuchry of Gilmore Girls for an upcoming guest stint.

Slate asks if heavy metal can save the planet and predicts the death of e-mail.

The nerd chic thing has gotten out of hand: Rainn Wilson is one of People's sexiest men alive.

PopMatters has an interview with 30 Rock's Jack McBrayer.

With American Gangster, Jay-Z now has 10 No. 1 albums, tying him with Elvis for second place all-time. The Beatles have 19.

Speaking of which, Paul McCartney offered to duet with Thom Yorke, but Thom turned him down.

Stereogum has Blender's list of the top 100 indie rock albums of all time.

Viggo Mortensen could be playing Edgar Allan Poe.

Your daily strike news and a video after the jump...

Topping off the day's news, My Bloody Valentine has scheduled reunion shows. They're in the UK, but hey, it's a start.

In related news, Led Zeppelin is in negotiations to play Glastonbury and is taking offers to tour in 2008.

In horrible news, the FCC wants to regulate cable TV. (via PopWatch)

Could this possibly be true? Queens of the Stone Age were kicked out of a California rehab facility last week after being booked by someone who obviously has never heard their music. ("Nicotine, valium, vicodin, marijuana, ecstasy and alcohol! C-c-c-c-c-cocaine!") (via AV Club)

Status Ain't Hood explains the best thing about year-end top 10 lists and weighs in on the new Cam'ron mixtape.

In Chuck Klosterman fashion, Suburbs suggests that you can tell what kind of person you are by whether you ride for Ready to Die or Illmatic.

McCrank's Juke posted a bunch of reallllly old Nine Inch Nails demos. (Like, pre-Pretty Hate Machine.) (via Idolator)

Paste has another Jason Schwartzman interview.

Friday Night Lights has cast Matt Czuchry of Gilmore Girls for an upcoming guest stint.

Slate asks if heavy metal can save the planet and predicts the death of e-mail.

The nerd chic thing has gotten out of hand: Rainn Wilson is one of People's sexiest men alive.

PopMatters has an interview with 30 Rock's Jack McBrayer.

With American Gangster, Jay-Z now has 10 No. 1 albums, tying him with Elvis for second place all-time. The Beatles have 19.

Speaking of which, Paul McCartney offered to duet with Thom Yorke, but Thom turned him down.

Stereogum has Blender's list of the top 100 indie rock albums of all time.

Viggo Mortensen could be playing Edgar Allan Poe.

Your daily strike news and a video after the jump...

TV Guide has updated its tally of series' remaining episodes. UPDATE: Digital Spy has a similar, more detailed list.

David Letterman and Craig Ferguson will pay their staffs out-of-pocket to get their shows back on the air.

Stars have been out in droves showing support for writers.

TV newsmagazines are benefitting from the strike.

63 percent of Americans support the striking writers.

Finally, here is the latest strike video, this time from the writers of The Daily Show: