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  • Here is the most important thing you'll see today: the full trailer for season two of my beloved I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson.
  • The U.S. will miss President Joe Biden's goal of reaching 70% of adults vaccinated by July 4th, so they're pivoting to a new reachable goal: getting 70% of people over the age of 27 vaccinated by July 4th.
  • Politico took a stroll through Brooklyn with Bill de Blasio, who admits he has some regrets about his time in office.
  • Do single people really smell different?
  • Paul Rudd appeared one last time on Conan for a fitting conclusion (?) to an incredible long-running joke.
  • The Ringer ranked the top 51 characters in the Fast & Furious universe.
  • The 72nd Street stop on the UWS got renamed "72 Streep" in honor of Meryl Streep's birthday today.
  • The Daily Beast reports that Donald Trump asked advisers and lawyers in early 2019 about "what the Federal Communications Commission, the courts systems, and—most confusingly to some Trump lieutenants—the Department of Justice could do to probe or mitigate SNL, Jimmy Kimmel, and other late-night comedy mischief-makers" who mocked him.
  • Pitchfork takes a look at MF Doom's lifelong struggles trying to get immigration status to the U.S.
  • Records indicate that Britney Spears has been quietly trying to end her conservatorship for several years now.
  • Notoriously awful person Chris Brown has been accused of hitting a woman during an argument in LA.
  • Great new music can't stop, won't stop being released this week: Ada Lea has the lovely indie single "hurt;" The Forms returned with the buoyant, technicolored jam "Southern Ocean;" Tyler, The Creator released new single "WUSYANAME;" Low unveiled the gritty "Days Like These;" and Damon Albarn announced his next solo album with its title track, “The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows.”
  • And finally, are you one of the dog's howling in anticipation, or the patient dog always putting up with it?