Hugh Grant trolls Boris Johnson on his way out the door.

You never knew you needed Mariachi ducks in your life until this very moment.

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Let me preface this by saying that I don’t really understand the British parliamentarian rules or anything about how their system works. But from what I understand, after months of controversies and lies and scandals, Boris Johnson’s conservative Tory party has had enough of his foolishness and finally pressured him to step down as Prime Minister.

After he barely survived a no-confidence vote a few weeks ago, it was revealed that Johnson knew that a man who he had appointed to a powerful position had been accused by multiple people — men and women — of being a gropey groper who gropes (appropriately enough, his name was “Chris Pincher”). This turned out to be the final straw for the Tories. During a hearing yesterday, literally dozens of Tories resigned from their appointments to pressure Boris Johnson to step down. Previously, the record for the most resignations in Parliament in a 24 hour period had been 6. Yesterday, some 52 Tories resigned. Johnson resisted! But as of this morning, he finally said he would leave … in the fall. Whether or not they can get him out of 10 Downing Street before that remains to be seen.

Hugh Grant requested that some activists with speakers stationed outside 10 Downing Street play some “Yakety Sax” while the news is covering this whole kerfuffle:

And the result was sheer perfection:


Meanwhile, on this side of the pond:

So. When are we going to learn who our Jeopardy! host going to be? The best guess is at the end of this season, which will be at the end of the month, but stayed tuned.

A 22-year-old horse died on the set of The Gilded Age and PETA is ALL OVER IT.

Potsie is running for mayor of Ojai, and the Fonz supports him:

After playing her on Saturday Night Live, Chloe Fineman was gifted an original piece of art by Anna Delvey.

No, Kesha did not have sex with a ghost. That said …

Get better soon, Justin Sutherland!


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Mark Your Calendars

  • Better Call Saul returns on AMC on July 11.
  • The Rehearsal will debut on HBO Max on July 15.
  • grown-ish returns on Freeform on July 20.
  • Luck will debut on Apple TV+ on August 5.
  • Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons premieres on Hulu on July 14.
  • Celebrity Beef will premiere on E! on August 2.
  • Aliens, Abductions and UFOs: Roswell at 75 is now streaming on Tubi.
  • Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal returns on Adult Swim on July 21 and HBO Max on July 22.


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