Conan O'Brien penned a strike diary for EW.

Meanwhile, Bullz-Eye conveniently rounded up all the scripted TV shows that are still airing new episodes this winter.

And Slate reiterates how American Gladiators is going to crush the strike. They also sing the show's praises.

Australia's Muscles put out some pretty insane dance-rock singles last year. Now the man behind the project tells Pitchfork what he's into lately.

AV Club's latest cool interview is with The Frames' Glen Hansard, star of Once.

In honor of Cloverfield, which premieres Friday, EW counts down the top movie monsters. AOL has another clip from the film.

Wow, Ike Turner's death has been chalked up to a cocaine overdose.

Fat Joe is trying to play the part of provocateur.

More links after the jump...

Conan O'Brien penned a strike diary for EW.

Meanwhile, Bullz-Eye conveniently rounded up all the scripted TV shows that are still airing new episodes this winter.

And Slate reiterates how American Gladiators is going to crush the strike. They also sing the show's praises.

Australia's Muscles put out some pretty insane dance-rock singles last year. Now the man behind the project tells Pitchfork what he's into lately.

AV Club's latest cool interview is with The Frames' Glen Hansard, star of Once.

In honor of Cloverfield, which premieres Friday, EW counts down the top movie monsters. AOL has another clip from the film.

Wow, Ike Turner's death has been chalked up to a cocaine overdose.

Fat Joe is trying to play the part of provocateur.

More links after the jump...

Remember Donkey Kong Cereal?

On a related note, Chester Cheetah is now "the Hannibal Lector of the snack world."

Let's stick with the childhood theme and find out what's going on with the soundtrack to Where the Wild Things Are, which features contributions from Karen O and composer Carter Burwell.

Oh, DEA, I guess suing the creators of American Gangster is better than pursuing a convoluted war on drugs.

And here's more entertainment lawsuit news, starring Travis Barker.

Lot of blog love for High Places lately. Gorilla Vs. Bear has a free MP3.

Cat Power's new Jukebox is streaming at MuchMusic.

The Coachella roster is taking shape, but won't feature David Bowie or My Bloody Valentine. In other festival news, Donewaiting continues to round up additions to the SXSW lineup.

They also mention locals Two Cow Garage are headed on a European tour.

Finally, Radiohead's full webcast from last night is up on YouTube. Here's the setlist, and here's "Jigsaw Falling Into Place":