Another week done! And as this is Labor Day weekend in the States — goodbye, summer! — Heather and I will be back posting on the regular Tuesday, September 6th. Until then, please enjoy:

– Look, I know that this Denny’s sandwich — it’s a patty melt with MAC AND CHEESE INSIDE IT — is obviously going to make my heart explode and I don’t want to eat the whole thing, but I HAVE TO HAVE A BITE. The curiosity is KILLING ME. And then the fat will. (Time)

– I can’t believe Jessica Biel got back together with JT AGAIN. AGAIN. It it amazing how boring she manages to be even when her love life is ostensibly kind of drama-filled. THAT takes skills. (Lainey)

– Our friend Sarah Bunting investigates whether Dawson’s Creek stands the test of time. For those of you, like me, who loved her and Tara Ariano’s Dawson’s recaps from the early days of TWoP (or, rather, Mighty Big TV, or, rather, Dawson’s Wrap, or, rather, WE WERE SO YOUNG) this is a particular delight. (NY Mag)

– This is a fascinating piece about the complicated historical preservation efforts around the Taj Mahal. (Smithsonian)

How many of these mega-long novels have you read? I’ve nailed four and a half of them — but there are lots of other mega-long books that didn’t make the list, too. Me, I love a long-ass book. (Flavorwire)

– Speaking of books, this is a cool gallery of 50 that were banned. Don’t ban books, y’all. Seriously. (Stylist)

– Lilo got a new tattoo. Of lyrics to a Billy Joel song. Well, there goes my big plan to get all of “We Didn’t Start the Fire” tattooed on my face. (The AV Club)

– This is so interesting. I’m just going to give you the headline: Bones of Australia’s Jesse James Are Identified, but His Skull Remains a Fugitive. What follows is fascinating. (New York Times)

PACEY PAPER DOLLS. Need I say more? (Imaginary Men)

Twenty Iconic Male Movie Roles in Which Helen Mirren Would Have Ruled. Need I say more AGAIN? (Monkey See)

100 Years of What to Wear in 100 Seconds: Charming as hell. (The Hairpin)