From Our BFFS: Wanna See the Victorious Cast Be More Hilarious Than Ever?

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Matt Bennett, Elizabeth Gillies and Ariana Grande have just created a brand spankin-new YouTube account, showing us hilar vids from behind-the-scenes of Victorious! And this vid below has got to be our fave so far…

Who’s the latest Nickelodeon star to go the singing route? Jennette McCurdy! And we can’t wait! [Cambio]

This girl just might be more talented than Justin Bieber — she can say any single word backwards! For real! [HuffPost High School]

Think you could handle being friends with an ex, Zac and Vanessa style? [gURL]

Joe Jonas has been spotted on a date with a mystery girl! Based on his previous dating record, kinda shocked this one’s not celeb… [Just Jared Jr.]

Is Ashley Benson saying goodbye to Rosewood? No, but she is saying hello to the big screen! [Wetpaint]

Here’s our first look at Selena Gomez Spring 2012 Dream Out Loud collection! And she looks gorgeous, as per youge. [J-14]

Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian are all taking off their tops! And all because of pants… [Hollywire]

So you’ve already seen our best dressed picks for the SAG Awards. But do you think maybe these ladies should’ve made the list, too? [Posh24]

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    I’m with Guillermo. Is right now ralely the best time to be complaining about the quality of TV? The bottom of the barrel might be terrible, but there has never been a better period of television shows in terms of quality and choice than the past decade. The shows are better written, smarter, and facilitate discussions about society, culture, etc. better than anything we have seen in the past. Just look at the list of great shows: The Wire, The Sopranos, Deadwood, Rome (a personal favorite), Mad Men, Lost (minus seasons 2-3), Battlestar Galactica, Sons of Anarchy, Breaking Bad, Friday Night Lights, Dexter, Arrested Development, Curb Your Enthusiasm, 30 Rock (overrated, but still good), The Office, Party Down, etc. Have you seen (or at least tried) all of these? If not, stop worrying about crap like The Hills and Jon & Kate and fire up your DVD player. I obviously haven’t seen them all, but between the shows I have watched from beginning to end and the reviews I’ve read of others, this is a fantastic time to be watching TV.In addition, DVR, DVD players, and sketchy internet sites have made it possible to start watching these shows at any time and at your own leisure. No excuses.Don’t get sucked into the media compex that makes shitty reality shows seem more important than they are. The importance of these shows has been dramatically inflated due to the coverage they get in magazines like Us Weekly and websites/shows like TMZ. What people don’t realize is that these are all the same beast. TV creates celebrities like Kate Gossling, Us Weekly puts her on the cover and validates her importance, TMZ and others now treat her as though she is an actual celebrity, which makes more people watch her show, which makes more people read the magazines Rinse and repeat. The symbiontic relationship between the shows and the tabloid media makes perfect sense. People have always failed to distinguish between actors and the roles they play. Reality TV breaks down the barrier between the two and provides the perfect circle of celebrity. The British tabloids have been doing this for years. Read The Sun. Half the news in the paper are fake stories that have been planted by their reality shows. (I lived in London in 2007 and every week while I was there Jade Goody or Shilpa Shetty, stars of Celebrity Big Brother, were on the cover of all the tabloids. There was a controversy that captured the nation when Jade was accused of racial bullying against Shilpa. The whole thing was basically fake story by CBB and The Sun. The story, and pretty much all The Sun’s stories, were fed to the paper by show producers and succeeded in driving up viewership for both). That doesn’t mean that they actually matter. Just because you know who Kate Gossling is, doesn’t mean you have watched a second of the show or given her more than a passing thought (compared to the hundred hours I have spent thinking, reading, and talking about the 3rd Season of Mad Men).My big point is that the imporance of the reality TV craze is completely overrated. I don’t think people are any dumber today than they were 40 years ago. The influx of new technology and expansion of free time have given us plenty of avenues for entertainment (including some truly great TV shows, I would put The Wire and Arrested Development up against ANY drama or comedy every made) and some people choose to wallow in the lowest form. I doubt most of them would be reading great novels or anything like that had they been born in a different era. Hell, look at the baby boomers. They were a generation that mattered, man. They were active, they fought the system, they cared. And yet, they are the fucking idiots in charge right now who are driving our country into the ditch.

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    Sam says:

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