Could Quentin Tarantino be cooking up a third installment of Kill Bill? (And how could such a movie possibly exist after what happened in Kill Bill: Vol. 2?)
Pitchfork has an interview with Ghostface Killah, whose new R&B-infected Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City drops this week. The New York Times chatted with Ghost too.
USA Today's feature on the Seinfeld reunion is pretty entertaining.
EW wonders why CBS pulled video of David Letterman's confession from the internet.
Slate has just been killing it lately with articles about the history of alcoholic cider (truly fascinating, and it's making a comeback!), what TV doctors teach the public about healthcare, what all those film directors are really saying in their Roman Polanski petition and the misguided crusaders trying to keep you from smoking in your own apartment.
Could the name change from Sci-Fi to the absurd SyFy have actually been a success?
AV Club has an interview with Michael Moore.
Lady Gaga made quite the impression on SNL over the weekend.
The FBI arrested Erin Andrews' alleged peeping tom.
Ewww: partying in poop at Austin City Limits.
Lastly, Pitchfork has a ton of coverage of Thom Yorke's shows with his new band in Los Angeles over the weekend: Lots of video from Friday's intimate affair at the Echoplex plus a detailed review of Friday with photos from Sunday and this clip of two new songs, "Open the Floodgates" and "Super Collider."