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Beth is back—Janeane Garofalo will reprise the role for a Wet Hot American Summer Netflix series this year.
Janeane Garofalo has always been an outspoken feminist.
In Game of Thrones, the Dornish people—like Obara Sand, played by Keisha Castle-Hughes—pride themselves on a more equitable culture and a history of resisting imperial conquest.
People who care about Game of Thrones, including the author of the books, often say that the show’s controversial amount of rape and bloodshed is justifiable because it’s “historically accurate.”
• Fox has canceled The Mindy Project, leading fans to start a push to #RenewMindy—it looks like Hulu might pick up the show. [AV Club]
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“Sorry this isn’t Amy Schumer,” joked Dar Williams, when she answered the phone for our interview.
• Saturday Night Live and Scarlett Johansson called out Marvel’s perpetually myopic view of Black Widow by finally giving her her own movie: Black Widow: Age of Me. [Mic]
Artist Chris Kindred was on the ground in Baltimore last week during the protests following the funeral of Freddie Gray. He sent us these drawings from his sketchbook that capture the scene.
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• Sonja Sohn, the actress who played Kima Greggs on The Wire, writes about her time living and working in Baltimore and how she watched its citizens fight and organize for a better future. [NYT Opinion]
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