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.

TV News and the Best of the Rest on the Web

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]