Everybody has something to say about yesterday's big news that Conan O'Brien will begin hosting a late-night talk show on TBS in November. (Thanks to TV Tattle for all those links.)
Meanwhile, EW and The Hollywood Reporter were on the scene for the launch of Conan's "Legally Prohibited From Being Funny On TV" Tour in Eugene, Oregon.
In other late-night TV news, Kevin Eubanks is leaving "The Tonight Show".
Also, with all the Conan commotion, I nearly missed the news that Supergrass broke up after 17 years. Those blokes were always dependable for some solid rock 'n' roll music.
Crystal Castles' second album will be self-titled, just like their first one.
The Razzies, the awards show that honors the year's worst movies, might be coming to TV.
Fans get to help decide which songs make the cut for Devo's new album.
Whoa, John Tesh used to date Oprah?
More songs from the new (and final) LCD Soundsystem album appeared online.
DirecTV will air all five seasons of "The Wire" uncut this summer.
Has MGMT created the worst album buzz ever?
R.I.P. drumming legend Steve Reid.
We finish with a video from the illustrious Dam-Funk, entitled "Things That Dreams Are Made Of".