Happy weekend, everyone! To read:

Did you find GFY because you read Heather’s or my recaps at the late, lamented Television Without Pity? Well! Good news: The folks behind TWoP (now at Previously TV) are aiming to bring back what they’re calling Epic, Old-School Recaps, but they’ve got to raise a little cash to make it happen. Check out their fundraiser!

At Jezebel, a piece about their long-running attempt to report on the Louis C.K. allegations covered yesterday by the New York Times (allegations well-known to those of us who read a lot of blind items, as have been many of these recent news items): On Rumors

Marie Claire knows my areas of interest: Get Acquainted with the Gorgeous Wedding Gowns of America’s Wealthiest Families (of Yore). I need to read a book based vaguely on the life of various Vanderbilts.

Over at Lainey, a very interesting piece on Taylor Swift’s latest — not her latest song. The fact that she’s now in a fight with the ACLU.

Fascinating, at The Hollywood Reporter: Costume Designers Often Left Out of Merchandising Fashion Around Big Budget Films, TV Shows.

Pajiba wonders: Have We Quit Matt Damon Yet?

This is AMAZING, at Smithsonian: Scientists Trained Sheep to Recognize Faces of Emma Watson, Barack Obama.

I recently got the new cookbook from Lisa Fain of Homesick Texan — it’s called QUESO! — and I want to make this particular queso RIGHT NOW.

Racked asks, What Happened to the Internet’s Favorite T-Shirt Company? AKA Threadless. It’s a good question! (And a good article.)

This seems relevant to all of our interests, at Esquire: Celebrities at the Airport in the 1970s.

Celebitchy brings us the deets on the 2018 Met Gala, which I predict may be a delicious shitshow in terms of people trying to interpret the theme.

A good read, at Atlas Obscura: The Ghost Story Behind a Bucolic Catholic Retreat Center

Do you feel that your life needs more Hidden Valley Ranch merchandise? Say, socks? Or a KEG OF RANCH? Well. You’re in luck. [Revelist]