Would it be Lost Thursday (make that Locke Thursday this week) if I didn't lead off the links with Doc Jensen?

Also from EW: A first look at Oliver Stone's W.

Pitchfork inspects the fruit of Radiohead's "Nude RE/MIX" project.

And here's another mainstream media feature on Pitchfork.

I didn't know Frank Zappa was from Baltimore, but apparently the city is erecting a bust of the late musical maverick.

Thanks to Stereogum for pointing out this awesome emusic feature in which the mothers of indie rockers rave about their favorite songs by their kids.

Strangely, Ryan Seacrest is in talks to replace Larry King.

Even Neil Diamond is doing MySpace Secret Shows.

Breaking Bad is coming back for a second season.

Alan Sepinwall explains how weird it is to see actors from The Wire in other roles.

Apparently Mormons are taking over reality TV.

Some high schoolers made a high-profile Sonic Youth documentary.

I don't know if I would say 30 Rock has lost its way.

Are network execs making Pushing Daisies "a little less weird"?

Who the hell is Tokio Hotel, you ask? Well, now you know...

And after the jump, Sad Kermit (who is based in Columbus, apparently) proves "it's excruciatingly painful being green" with his cover of Elliott Smith's "Needle in the Hay," and John Mayer makes a comedy short with the Judd Apatow posse.

Would it be Lost Thursday (make that Locke Thursday this week) if I didn't lead off the links with Doc Jensen?

Also from EW: A first look at Oliver Stone's W.

Pitchfork inspects the fruit of Radiohead's "Nude RE/MIX" project.

And here's another mainstream media feature on Pitchfork.

I didn't know Frank Zappa was from Baltimore, but apparently the city is erecting a bust of the late musical maverick.

Thanks to Stereogum for pointing out this awesome emusic feature in which the mothers of indie rockers rave about their favorite songs by their kids.

Strangely, Ryan Seacrest is in talks to replace Larry King.

Even Neil Diamond is doing MySpace Secret Shows.

Breaking Bad is coming back for a second season.

Alan Sepinwall explains how weird it is to see actors from The Wire in other roles.

Apparently Mormons are taking over reality TV.

Some high schoolers made a high-profile Sonic Youth documentary.

I don't know if I would say 30 Rock has lost its way.

Are network execs making Pushing Daisies "a little less weird"?

Who the hell is Tokio Hotel, you ask? Well, now you know...

And after the jump, Sad Kermit (who is based in Columbus, apparently) proves "it's excruciatingly painful being green" with his cover of Elliott Smith's "Needle in the Hay," and John Mayer makes a comedy short with the Judd Apatow posse.

Kermit gets sad:

"Makin' Music With John Mayer":

Makin' Music with John Mayer on FunnyOrDie.com