Lunch Break Links: Incest scandal, Marilyn Manson swine flu, The Mighty Boosh

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Columbus Alive

Actress Mackenzie Phillips had a long-term incestuous relationship with her father, John Phillips of The Mamas and the Papas, she reveals in a new book. (via The Daily Swarm)

In other disturbing celebrity news, Marilyn Manson has contracted swine flu.

AV Club interviewed Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding, the brains behind bizarre British sketch comedy series The Mighty Boosh.

On Bruce Springsteen's 60th birthday, Slate tells "the true story of Born to Run."

They also make a case for slathering 1970s director Hal Ashby (Harold and Maude, Being There) with praise.

Paste lists 20 ridiculously literal album covers.

EW has titles for the first four episodes of Lost's final season, plus some speculative interpretation from the venerable Doc Jensen.

Speaking of Lost, once it wraps up, Michael Emerson wants to join his wife in the cast of True Blood. And yesterday was the series' fifth anniversary, which you can celebrate by enrolling at Lost University.

Tonight is National Family Game Night.

Lastly, the Thom Yorke deluge continues with this acoustic rendition of "Reckoner," recorded for climate change documentary The Age of Stupid.