Another links sesh, another farewell, but at least nobody died this time. Supergrass played a final show in Paris; video of closing number "Caught By the Fuzz" is posted above, with more clips here.

Zach Woods, Gabe from "The Office", has been promoted to series regular.

I don't know what's better: That the Flaming Lips covered Yo La Tengo with an orchestra, or that they did it for an audience of American mayors.

Actor Chris Klein was arrested for DWI.

Starbucks finally stopped charging for Wi-Fi. Slate thinks other businesses should too.

Did FX steal the concept for "Sons of Anarchy"?

MTV is airing a Drake documentary next Wednesday. Also, his concert with Hanson in NYC this week was canceled due to rioting.

Movieline lists five fictional presidents who would have outdone Barack Obama last night.

New albums are coming soon from The Walkmen and Interpol.

AV Club interviewed John C. Reilly.

They also talked to "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan.

Blogs have been getting into product placement.

Today's links wrap with Suckers' video for "Black Sheep". Talking Heads meets Modest Mouse?