Lunch Break Links: Kanye's back
Thankfully, Kanye West's self-imposed exile from the limelight didn't last too long.
Whoa, Family Guy has stuck it to Fox before, but this is crazy.
I am super psyched that the Stylus Magazine crew got back together for some decade-in-review features.
Need to catch up on the last five years of Lost in just under nine minutes?
This interaction between Vampire Weekend and blink-182's Tom DeLonge makes me cringe a bit.
EW wonders how Avatar ranks among James Cameron's works. I saw it last night in Imax 3D and I gotta say, pretty effects or not, it didn't knock me out like I hoped.
Eighty-seven-year-old Christopher Lee, the dude who played Saruman the White in Lord of the Rings, is recording a metal concept album.
The Knife are releasing their soundtrack to an experimental opera about Darwin's The Origin of Species.
AV Club has a Random Roles feature with Alan Thicke.
R.I.P. soul producer Willie Mitchell.
Lastly, Islands' new "No You Don't" video stars Michael Cera. Have a look: