Well, if you were looking for something to watch on Sunday night, you probably did fairly well for yourself. Between Game of Thrones and WrestleMania 30, it was a pretty backed night of TV. While we don’t have any GoT links, there are WrestleMania ones today.
So let’s kickoff this post with Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer.
TV has changed a lot over the last 40-some years since All in the Family changed everything. (The New Yorker)
The Weldon Library crypto code has been cracked and all of UWO was safe. (Toronto Star)
The “Democratic Reform Minister” who is trying to undermine democracy in Canada attacked the Chief Electoral Officer because he’s trying to protect democracy. The Cons have to be run out of power before they consolidate power and instill themselves as a legal dictatorship. (National Post)
Before we get to the WrestleMania 30 results and analysis, the WWE Network is closing in on 700,000 subscribers and hasn’t even launched outside America yet. It’s definitely looking like it’ll be profitable. (Variety)
Good old J.R., Jim Ross, gives his take on this year’s edition of WrestleMania, including The Streak. (Fox Sports)
And so does Brandon Stroud in his Best & Worst column. (With Leather)
Yasiel Puig is quickly picking up a bad reputation in baseball circles but much of that can be the misinterpretation of media members of what’s really a culture shock for foreign ball players. (Miami Herald)
Could baseball’s recent boring streak just be down to a lack of plate discipline causing more and more batters to K. (New York Daily News)
One last baseball link but it’s the most important. Where are the best stadia for craft beer? Sadly only Major League parks. (The Daily Meal)
Did Arsenio Hall change late night TV with his original show? He and the folks at Esquire think so. I think he did better with Martial Law. That show was fucking awesome. (Esquire)
Mr. T was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. He really loves his mother. He pities the fool who don’t love his momma.
And speaking of The Streak, Paul E. Dangerously cut an epic promo about Brock Lesnar beating Taker at WM30.