First of all, if you missed Bruce Springsteen's Super Bowl halftime show, it's embedded below for your viewing pleasure. EW calls it the best halftime show in recent memory, and Stereogum thought it was pretty keen too.
Now for some proper links:
Of course we must now all debate the best and worst ads. Slate and PopWatch chime in.
Also, Jennifer Hudson's national anthem was lip-synced. Damn.
Michael Phelps has been blazin' the chronic. He's sorry about it, though.
Do we really need speakers embedded in our T-shirts?
Jeffrey Tambor insists the Arrested Development movie is going to happen this year.
PopMatters pays tribute to the "new golden age of British TV comedy."
Throbbing Gristle is planning a reunion tour that includes a stop at Coachella.
Rick Moranis published an op-ed in The New York Times the other day.
Those Now! That's What I Call Music compilations might become the framework for a new music TV series from the creator of American Idol.
Evangeline Lilly has launched a lingerie line to benefit underprivileged kids. (No, seriously!)
Lastly, you've got to watch these snippets of Katie Couric interviewing Lil Wayne.
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