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Annie Hall, Missy Elliott and Nude Art

The Cooler: Your Talking Points for the Day

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Miss You: Missy Elliott dropped her first music video since 2008 for her new single “WTF (Where They From),” which features—who else?—Pharrell Williams.

Under Review: Slate’s TV critic Willa Paskin contemplates the relevance of TV ratings in the streaming age.

We Got the Chunk: Sure, the sleek shoes of Italy and Japan are en vogue. But what happened to the Internet’s love for the chunkier shoes of Central and Eastern Europe?

It’s Not You, It’s Me: There’s a new service out there that will break up with your significant other for you via phone call, text or letter. Not that you’d ever use it...

Let’s Have a Chat: Details talks Tom Ford, Patek Philippe and channeling the style of Keith Richards with actor Paul Bettany.

Funny People: The Writers Guild of America has dubbed Annie Hall the funniest screenplay of all time. See the full list here.

Blurred Lines: Stephen Colbert pokes fun at his network’s censorship policies when it comes to showing nudity in art.

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