* A documentary about science and being not smart.
* Bo Obama has important duties too.
* Why we took cocaine out of soda, from The Atlantic.
* Twelve drunk texts from history.
* Some idiot took his dog to the pound because "it was gay."
* A few days before his son Michael got married, Ronald Reagan sent him this letter of advice.
* Conan O'Brien's prop master shows us how to do the Super Bowl on the cheap.
* The best 30 Rock quotes. ps. If you DVR the finale tonight, be sure to add extra time–word is there's something worth watching in the tag.
Tags: Bo Obama, Cocaine, Conan O'Brien, Daily Links, Funny or Die, Hollywood, LGBT, Michael Reagan, Nancy Reagan, Ronald Reagan, Science & Technology, The Atlantic, White House
* Every other movie star seems completely sane compared to Gary Busey.
* The Real World: Skyrim edition.
* Kate Middleton as Vigo the Carpathian.
* The Smithsonian's inaugural relics collection.
* Peter Sagal has a new show about the Constitution.
* We need a more equal distribution of smut, from The Onion.
* Make your life easier by going moose hunting in the morning, ladies!
* Governor Rick Scott has Florida's Satanists wrapped around his finger.
* The latest New Yorker cover shows President Obama's job woes are nothing to sneeze at.
Tags: Daily Links, Florida, Gary Busey, Guns, Hollywood, Inauguration, Kate Middleton, Nerdiness, Porn, Rick Scott, The New Yorker, The Onion, Women's Rights
I hope Bill Clinton can win this audience over to get the liberal vote. #goldenglobe
— Ali MacLean (@aliontheair) January 14, 2013
Hollywood foreign press is about to elect Clinton the president of Europe
— Jessi Klein (@jessirklein) January 14, 2013
Tags: Bill Clinton, Hollywood, Tweet Roundup, Twitter
I'm not sure what the fuss is about. An old white guy delivers a 12-minute rambling screed about the Barack Obama that lives in their heads; how is this different from 95 percent of the speeches delivered by Obama's detractors?
True, addressing an empty chair, as Clint Eastwood did, makes things a bit more interesting, but it's all part of political theater. Just not sure that "Fringe Festival" was the kind of political theater Mitt Romney was looking for…
Tags: Clint Eastwood, Hollywood, Republican National Convention