(Preface: This is maybe my favorite edition of Lunch Break Links ever, chock full of good news and interesting tidbits. Let us begin...)

Hell yeah! Rick Rubin is working with Clipse!

Andy Richter has signed on to be the announcer of Tonight Show, reuniting him with Conan O'Brien at long last. (So what does this mean for current announcer Joel Godard?)

OK, I haven't mentioned this yet, but the more I think about it, the more I realize I have to: Josh Freese, former NIN stick man and current drummer for A Perfect Circle and Devo, has worked out quite the price scale for his new album. For $7, you get the digital download. For $75,000, he will join your band for a month, let you "take shrooms and cruise Hollywood in Danny from TOOL's Lamborgini," "take a limo down to Tijuana and he'll show you how it's done" and more.

Michael Cera has supposedly agreed to a deal to be in the Arrested Development movie.

Have y'all heard this 11-minute outtake version of The Beatles' "Revolution" yet?

AV Club talked to Demetri Martin. (Have you ever read his 224-word palindrome poem?)

Pitchfork TV has video of Dinosaur Jr. in the studio.

In honor of Heath Ledger's Oscar win, EW remembers the final roles of 20 acting greats.

So does sexy music cause teens to have more sex, or do teens that have more sex seek out more sexy music?

The stars of True Blood are dating in real life.

Slate wonders: What did people do on the web in 1996? This feature is super-interesting/nostalgic.

TV Guide has a preview of tonight's Lost, and EW has the weekly dose of dense Doc Jensen theorizing.

Peter Hook talked to Filter about Joy Division's legacy.

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg will star as cops in the new film B Team.

More way-interesting movie news: Michel Gondry will direct Seth Rogen's Green Hornet film.

Matt Groening says Fox told him to squash the Simpsons/Family Guy rivalry.

What exactly is the "hardcore continuum?"

Lastly, here is The Black Lips' new clip for "Short Fuse."