Everybody's talking about this absurd Lil Wayne-shaped cake. That face is a bit pudgier than the real Wayne, though, right?

EW directed me to FearNet's new web series Fear Clinic, starring Robert Englund and Kane Hodder, the men once known as Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees.

Rumors of punk drummer Chuck Biscuits' death have been greatly exaggerated.

Slate wonders if we should feel guilty for enjoying the new Chris Brown single.

AV Club talked to Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords) about his role in Gentleman Broncos, the latest film from the Napoleon Dynamite crew.

Here's something heady: Pitchfork's Resonant Frequency column wonders if this mass democratization of music is maybe not so good and argues that artists should be allowed to dictate the context for experiencing their work.

Gawker has some insider mumbo jumbo about Hollywood blogger Nikki Finke and how she positions herself as the only legit journalist in showbiz.

Actor Dennis Hopper has been diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Whoa, American Dad has been around for six seasons?

Albert Hammond Jr. is the latest rocker to appear on Gossip Girl. (Also: Actors from the show are rumored to be getting engaged.)

The first trailer for Lost's final season features no new footage. Maybe they're serious about not letting ABC use anything new to promote the premiere? (Also: Elizabeth Mitchell wasn't too happy about the direction they took her character.)

We conclude with No Age's new video for "Losing Feeling."