Charlie Day as Bob Ross, John Stamos in Glee, and so much Saturday Night Live rumors (Jenny Slate's out! Amy Poehler's hosting! James Franco's documentary gets a release date!) it will make your head spin.

This photo of Charlie Day was too fantastic not to post. In an interview with Complex, he talks about internet porn: "I went to college in the mid-'90s, so I was deprived of Internet porn. All we had were charcoal cave drawings and stick figures with boobs. But I think that's where I got all my imagination from. The youth of America today is just masturbating their imagination away."

  • In TV News...
  • You can watch a never-before-seen clip from the last season of The Office featuring Andy, Ryan, and Kelly online. Spoiler alert: the Nard Dog has an issue with his genitals. [Vulture]
  • Oh no! Rumors are swirling that Jenny Slate might be out at Saturday Night Live. I suppose dropping an F-Bomb on your first live show will do that... [Vulture]
  • Here's a first look at John Stamos all suited up as a dentist in his episode of Glee. He'll play Emma's dentist beau, Dr. Carl Howell. [TV Guide]
  • New photos from TBS of Conan O'Brien have hit the Team Coco website—and he's still sporting that beard! [Flickr]
  • NBC has ordered holiday specials for Shrek and Kung Fu Panda. "Shrekless" will air on October 28th as a Halloween special. [THR]
  • If you've ever wanted to get into Sons of Anarchy but haven't—here's a great catchup guide with everything you need to know. [TV Squad]
  • Here's a slideshow of the evolution of Mad Men's Peggy Olson. After the last episode, it's not a stretch to say that Peggy has grown up. [Vulture]
  • What are the 10 best Canadian television shows from the past 25 years? No, really—I have no idea because I'm a sheltered American. [Toronto Life]
  • This list of Saturday Night Live's ten greatest one-season wonders include Sarah Silverman and Joan Cusack—neither of whom I knew were on the show! [Movieline]
  • James Franco's documentary about Saturday Night Live now has a distributor (Oscilloscope) and will be released in February. [Risky Business]
  • This roundup of the summer's best supporting characters on TV includes my favorite, Mad Men's Roger Sterling. [TV Squad]
  • Watch the first 11 minutes of Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, and Karl Pilkington in An Idiot Abroad. [Buzzfeed]
  • Watch clip from an upcoming episode of Glee where Jane Lynch totally zings Matthew Morrison. [Movieline]
  • A few more Saturday Night Live rumors for you: Amy Poelher might be the first guest host of the season with Katy Perry joining her as the musical guest. [NY Times]
  • Around the Web...
  • In honor of the one-year anniversary of Kanye West's meme-tastic words at the MTV Video Music Awards, the rapper tweeted an apology to Taylor Swift. Thankfully, someone edited it together to make more sense. [Gizmodo]
  • Pitchfork has named the top 200 tracks of the 1990s. Get ready to either agree or disagree violently! [Pitchfork]
  • Holy moly, is this really the future of screen technology? I sure hope so. [Laughing Squid]
  • Mary-Kate Olsen says that she would "never wish my upbringing on anyone." So in other words, it was not [Hollywire]
  • David Letterman will let Norm MacDonald do an impression of him because he finds the comedian to be funny. If you're not very funny on the other hand... [Arts Beat]
  • Three new Belle and Sebastian songs are streaming online now! [Stereogum]
  • Howard Stern says that he's "pretty sure" he'll be exiting Sirius XM soon. [THRM]
  • There's a sneak preview of Wall Street 2 playing online—check it out if you enjoy Shia LeBouf! [Yahoo Movies]
  • Jason Sudeikis talks nudity, Jennifer Aniston, what it's like to drink with the cast of Mad Men in his latest Vanity Fair interview. [Vanity Fair]
  • Ever wonder about the backstory behind Oscar the Grouch? This comic gives him a sob story that gives good reason for his grumpy life in a garbage can. [Raincoaster]
  • Thank you Matt for sending me the link to this hilarious Glenn Beck conspiracy generator. [Political Humor]
  • New website alert: Splitsider, run by the folks at the Awl and Gizmodo's Adam Frucci. Check it out. [Splitsider]