Lunch Break Links: Grammy nominations surprisingly decent

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Columbus Alive

The Grammy nominations are shockingly relevant this year. Lil Wayne leads the pack with eight nods.

In more shocking news, does Barack Obama use a Zune? Philadelphia City Paper has more on the absurd scandal known as Zunegate.

Now that Pushing Daisies is six feet under, creator Bryan Fuller is getting closer to coming back to Heroes, which would be great news, but seriously can anybody save this show now?

AV Club talks to Wes Anderson.

A bionic hand might help The Long Blondes' guitarist to play again and pave the way for the band to get back together. (His stroke forced the band into early retirement earlier this year.)

Here's what Tina Fey used to look like before she looked like this.

Pitchfork continues its year-end wrap-up with 2008's top 40 music videos.

The Dr. Pepper/Guns 'N Roses feud is getting more ridiculous.

The last episode of ER airs March 12. Also, NBC is airing an hour-long The Office after the Super Bowl, Feb. 1.

EW has an interview with Jennifer Aniston, who is one of those people so tabloid famous that I sometimes forget what she was famous for in the first place.

They also have a useful roundup of the best DVD box sets.

The latest cover from Sad Kermit is LCD Soundsystem's "New York, I Love You (But You're Bringing Me Down)." Check it out at Videogum.

Interviews with the Lost producers are starting to trickle in. Woohoo!

The former Idolator editor put out a book about karaoke.

Not really pop culture, but interesting: Argentina is running out of coins.

Wale, however, is not running out of coins. Here's his new video for "Nike Boots," featuring cameos from Kid Capri, Bun B, 9th Wonder, Young Guru, Raheem DeVaughn, Angel Lola Luv, Young Chris and Neef, Grafh, UCB, Tabi Bonney and Beat Your Feet Kings.