It’s good she knows me well. And that Simon Rich is awesome, with evidence definitely here, and a little bit less here.
AND apparently he has a new book out. This one’s a novel based off of Pygmalion, which I believe may be worth carting around Europe.
Your New College Graduate: A Parents’ Guide. [The New Yorker]
I would do anything to be besties with Judy Blume, so Regina Spektor better be thanking her lucky stars.
ARE YOU THERE JUDY? IT’S ME, KATE.
He’s just a little too normal…
Glee’s Harry Shum Jr. Finally Speaks (and Answers Your Questions!) [NYMag]
“I don’t want to put too much stock in it, but I sort of feel like if I get this it will pretty much validate every single decision I’ve ever made in my entire life that led me to this moment.” — Casey [aka the awesome Lizzy Caplan] from Party Down, re: potentially getting a part in an Apatow movie.
Zach Galifianakas, nominated for best comedic performance in The Hangover at the MTV Movie Awards, told MTV News that Ben Stiller (Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian) “won’t win,” that Bradley Cooper (The Hangover) “doesn’t deserve to be on that list,” and that Ryan Reynolds’s “eyes are too close together.”