The South Park creators speak out about this week's controversail episode, Eastbound & Down is back in action, Chuck's renewal is "looking good," and Wheel of Fortune fails. Happy Friday!
In TV News...
- Trey Parker and Matt Stone have come out with a statement about their 201st episode. "We delivered our version of the show to Comedy Central and they made a determination to alter the episode. It wasn't some meta-joke on our part. Comedy Central added the bleeps." [Collider]
- Just for you Matt: Seven epic Wheel of Fortune fails. [Urlesque]
- Season two of HBO's Eastbound & Down is beginning to come together! They're currently filming in Mexico. [Deadline]
- Did you hear about the time when a girl asked Conan O'Brien to the prom and he wrote her a letter back? It's too cute. [Letters of Note]
- Here's a great rant about American Idol's over-run into the next show's timeslot. [Variety]
- Here's a list of important things to know about the rest of the season's How I Met Your Mother episodes—including a fantastic spoiler involving Barney, Ted, and Robin. [How I Met Your Mother Source]
- ABC will re-air Lost's two-hour pilot episode the night before the finale. [The Wrap]
- Great news for Chuck fans, it's renewal is "looking good!" [Ausiello Files]
Around the Web...
- Longing to plug your iPhone into telephones past? Look no further. [Etsy]
- Not much of a surprise, Avatar has set new records for blu-ray DVDs on it's first day. [Deadline]
- Infographic: Comparing the 100 Largest Sites on the Internet [Fast Company]
- You can stream the new album by The National in its entirety. [NY Times]
- 22 awesomely inappropriate comic books. [Maxim]
- The crappiest "Save the Earth" messages in movies, ever. [io9]
- Isabella Rosselini launched a new online web series called "Green Porno." [Sundance]
- TIME Fondly Remembers How 4chan Hacked Last Year's TIME 100. [Geekosystem]