Can you believe this year is almost done? I CANNOT.

First! The e-book of The Royal We is on sale but only through Monday, so get it while it’s hot.

Also! We are doing full-length, old school epic recaps of The Crown over at Previously.TV, and the first one went up TODAY, so check it out.

At Entertainment Weekly: The inside scoop about Atonement’s iconic green dress, on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.

We were just talking about this. Now, an update, courtesy of the NYT: Mystery Buyer of $450 Million ‘Salvator Mundi’ Was a Saudi Prince

At Lainey: I don’t know if we need a reboot of Charlie’s Angels, and I also think that seems like a weird fit for Kristen Stewart.

Relevant to our interests, over at The Cut: I Think About This a Lot: When Kimberly Shaw Ripped Off Her Wig on Melrose Place

Town & Country reports: How Outlander Created a Whole New Breed of Superfan

At Revelist, look at these cute Harry Potter bags!

This is SO interesting, via History: The Delusion That Made Nobles Think Their Bodies Were Made of Glass

At Pajiba: Oscar Talk: The Best Picture Candidates To Watch Out For (And The Ones That Flopped Hard)

Very timely, given the current rash of holiday parties, at Real Simple: What to Wear When the Dress Code is Confusing

Celebitchy asks the tough question: What’s going on with Mariah Carey’s mystifying invisible chair?

Good.Food.Stories tells us How to Throw a Home Alone Party — with recipes!

Flavorwire runs down The Most Insane Christmas Songs of All Time.