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Golden Globes

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The nominees for the 2015 Golden Globes were announced this week, which has left many discussing the biggest snubs. First up is Amy Poehler — the host — who was nixed from the Best Actress in a TV Series category. Also missing from the TV nominees were Mindy Kaling for "The Mindy Project" (despite the fact that this year has been the best yet); Kerry Washington from "Scandal"; "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"; and "The Walking Dead" (which seems to be absent from most award shows all together, despite the fact that it pulls some of the highest numbers on television). As for movies, many were surprised by the lack of nominations for "Unbroken," directed by Angelina Jolie; the Christopher Nolan film "Interstellar"; and Ben Affleck's acting in "Gone Girl" (as the director, female lead, and screenplay all received nods).

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eLump of Coal

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If you're still trying to figure out what gift to get for your loved or not-so-loved ones this holiday season, we'd like to humbly suggest an eLump of Coal. It's perfect for people you love, but like messing with; people you don't really care for, but they don't know that; and everyone in between (including those who are essentially impossible to shop for). You can go here to send one or two or three. P.S. It's free!

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Thanksgiving week has given us a bunch of new (silly, parody) songs to check out! Plus: "Star Wars" is back. Here's what we were talking about this week...

Back Home Ballers

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Saturday Night Live has been making some pretty sweet holiday-themed music videos. Last year, they gave us "Twin Bed" (which may not be appropriate for work) and this year, I'm obsessed with "Back Home Ballers." Cameron Diaz makes an appearance in the video, which features the women of SNL singing about what it's like to come home and see your parents over Thanksgiving break. This video also applies to Christmas and other winter holidays. I can't help that I enjoy these videos so much, I just have a soft spot for 'Lil Baby Aidy!

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Pitch Perfect 2

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If you'd asked me if I ever thought a movie about competitive a capella groups on a college campus would be a big deal, I would've probably laughed. And yet, "Pitch Perfect" became one of those movies pretty much everyone loves (or at least knows of), so it's no surprise that a sequel was made. This week, the trailer to the highly anticipated second film (simply called "Pitch Perfect 2") was released. It stars all of the fan favorites from last time, including Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow, and Elizabeth Banks, as the Barden Bellas compete in an international competition. Check it out!

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The internet got weird this week, guys. Like, half the stuff that went on is not even appropriate for this blog (looking at you, Kim Kardashian and bizarre "Too Many Cooks" video from Adult Swim). So here's some of the other stuff that happened...

Blank Space Music Video

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Yahoo made a mistake this week when they accidentally released Taylor Swift's music video for her new single, "Blank Space," a bit early. But Twitter (and the rest of the internet) didn't mind. The video showed T-Swift in a new light: playing up the rumors that she's someone who's "too crazy" to keep a boyfriend by slashing paintings, wrecking shirts, and throwing things. #BLANKSPACEMUSICVIDEO (yep, in all caps to denote excitement) immediately started trending. Although Yahoo pulled the video shortly after the accidental release, a few hours later, Taylor and her team officially debuted the video and people have been talking about it ever since, documenting her outfits, dissecting each important moment, and GIFing everything. I sincerely appreciate the Regina George/"Mean Girls" reference at 2:32.

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