The incredibly funny/popular Twitter account Shit My Dad Says is about to become a sitcom. Didn't they already have that, and wasn't it called All in the Family? And how is this foul-mouthed hilarity going to translate to CBS? (Also, how is Curb Your Enthusiasm going to work on basic cable?)

In more promising adaptation news, the producers of The Wire are planning to bring Appetite for Self-Destruction, Steve Knopper's book about the downfall of the music industry, to HBO.

Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner spoke to The Daily Beast about Sunday's season finale.

AV Club counts down 10 of the best one-season TV shows of the decade. (They left off their top picks because those will be included in a list of the decade's greatest shows to be published later this week.)

They also talked to Glen Hansard of The Swell Season. (You know, the Once guy.)

Extremely disappointing news: Maura Johnston parted ways with Idolator yesterday, so expect a lot less links from there from now on.

Gorillaz are working on an opera with Watchmen creator Alan Moore.

Marlee Matlin thinks people are making too big a deal about Family Guy and Seth MacFarlane making fun of her voice.

Speaking of MacFarlane's universe, My Morning Jacket is going to guest on American Dad? How bizarre.

Them Crooked Vultures' debut album is streaming online in separate YouTube clips.

Ouch, Morrissey!

In honor of the 40th season premiere, EW celebrates 25 memorable celebrity visits to Sesame Street.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, Katt Williams was arrested for burglary?

Lastly, here's the trailer for the Lil Wayne documentary The Carter. Videogum is worried about the guy.