Gawker rounded up all the relevant clips from last night's incestuous late night TV jab-fest, in which, thanks to NBC's Leno/Conan debacle, all late night TV jokes are about late night TV. The night's highlight was Jimmy Kimmel appearing on Leno's show and absolutely obliterating him, which you can watch above. So awesome.
Could Ricky Gervais be planning to have Michael Scott encounter David Brent on The Office? Also, HBO is scheduling Gervais' new animated series alongside Eastbound and Down and Will Ferrell's Funny or Die sketch comedy show.
Speaking of HBO: Treme, the network's New Orleans drama from the creators of The Wire, will premiere April 11.
Ivan Reitman has agreed to direct Ghostbusters III, which is just stupendous news.
Not a fan of plastic surgery turning Heidi Montag into a "silicone cyborg."
Matablog posted a 20-minute documentary about recently deceased punk rocker Jay Reatard. Also, Reatard's website released a free MP3 of his cover of Nirvana's "Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle."
Slate debates the virtues of Dirty Projectors through the lens of their new single "Ascending Melody."
Mystikal (there's a name I haven't heard for a while...) will be released from prison this week.
NPR, not exactly an authority on hip-hop culture, listed the top 10 mixtapes of the decade.
Lastly, here's Dan Deacon's insanely surreal 11-minute video for "Woof Woof." Dude insists he is not on acid, but after watching this it's hard to take that seriously.