They're right, though. I do need to call my grandma before it's too late.
Rihanna has dropped a bombshell on this Fourth of July weekend with her b*tch Better Have My Money video.
It's a big, greasy Giallo-type thriller that keeps the focus on whatever violence or nudity or yacht that happens to roam in front of the camera.
Prepare yourself for all manner of money, guns, money guns, Hannibal and Hannibal shooting the money guns.
The video has only been up a short bit, and there have already been a number of pieces written about what it says about Ri RI and about what it says about us, etc.
But, unfortunately, not one of them has mentioned the blatant Weekend at Bernie's rip off.
It's a bangin' song and it gets a bangin' video.
With only a few weeks left before the July 17 release of Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer show, the big red Internet streaming company knows that our thirst is real.
So, in order to kindly wet our parched palettes, Netflix trotted out another peek at the gang all back together for the Camp Firewood prequel.
So, Stephen Colbert just uploaded a 40-minute show that he did on Monroe, Michigan cable access.
It's full of interview, nail polish competitions, Monroe news, giant checks, a Bob Seger singalong, oh, and actually Eminem.
Clearly, Colbert and his writers are just trying to get themselves limber before heading to the Late Show in September to replace David Letterman. What a wonderful way to do so.
Everyone looks limber in this. Even the stars in this clip of the upcoming movie South Paw that was featured on the show:
I mean, there's just no real explanation for this lucky peice of Internet gold.