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tv.avclub.comThe Simpsons ends its 29th season straining for some unearned emotionHey, remember how the final sequence of Six Feet Under was a unique, sublimely devastating summation of the show’s vision of its characters’ shared human experience? Pretty great stuff. Well, imagine an animated sitcom conservatively a decade-and-a-half past its prime grafting that ending onto its own middling, inconsequential season finale, (its 29th, if you’re keeping score), Sia’s “Breathe Me” and all. I don’t know what I expected going into this last episode of the season, but I genuinely didn’t expect to come away pissed off. Congrats, The Simpsons. Good one.
sciencealert.comThere's a Reason Why Puppies Reach 'Peak Cuteness' at a Certain Age, According to ScienceIt is not clear exactly when or precisely how, but at some point thousands of years ago, dogs became the world's first domesticated animal. When those descendants of wolves hitched their star to humans, they hitched it hard.
local.theonion.comCat Looking Out Window, Bird Form Unbelievably Intense Fifth-Of-A-Second BondADRIAN, MI—An extremely intense bond that lasted just 0.2 seconds, but which was filled with a range of deeply intertwined and conflicting emotions that included fear, hunger, curiosity, rage, and even—on some level—love, was reportedly felt Monday between Lionel, a tabby housecat, and a pine warbler. The brief, silent connection, described to reporters as an overwhelming, almost spiritual experience for both animals, almost as if everything in their short lives had been cosmically leading up to this very encounter, formed when Lionel, seated in his usual spot near the kitchen window, instinctually moved his head rapidly to the left and spotted the bird coming to rest on the patio table. During the milliseconds the two species locked eyes, age-old genetic impulses of survival were reportedly unlocked and the two animals were suddenly frozen in time, enveloped by the most primal and elemental forces of nature. According to witness accounts, at the height of their ever-so-short but fathomless bond, the cat and bird truly believed they were the only two living things in the entire universe, gripped by an almost paralyzing sense of yearning. The unexplained connection, which sources confirmed was as awesome, mighty, and holy as God Himself, ended as soon as it began when the warbler flew away and Lionel scratched his ear and lay down.
openculture.comThe Wisdom of Alan Watts in Four Thought-Provoking AnimationsPerhaps no single person did more to popularize Zen Buddhism in the West than Alan Watts. In a sense, Watts prepared U.S. culture for more traditionally Zen teachers like Soto priest Suzuki Roshi, whose lineage continues today, but Watts did not consider himself a Zen Buddhist.
geekalerts.comSolo: A Star Wars Story Trailer (LEGO Version)Don't be confused—there's not a new LEGO Star Wars movie coming out. This Solo: A Star Wars Story Trailer (LEGO Version) is a trailer for the Solo movie coming out on May 25, 2018, just using animated LEGO bricks instead of real scenes with the actors from the movie. If it inspires you to make your1