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And your 2014 EWwy Winners are….

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Celebrities warn against the dangers of binge-watching TV

EW rounded up stars from some binge-watching favorites—from Orange is the New Black to Parks and Recreation—to remind you that binging can have harmful effects on everything from your self-esteem to your social life.

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Okay, who’s the jerk who stole Leslie and Ben’s lock from Paris’s Pont des Arts?

Parks and Rec's 100th episode retrospective is 20 minutes long, and worth every second. (Perd Hapley’s intro song alone is sensational. Ya heard?)

Hmm — one of these things is not like the others. Mindy Kaling doesn’t seem to think that’s a big deal — but do you?

This week, we let Amy and Tina take over EW — and they clearly took the job very seriously, as you can see from their opening letter to readers:

"If you are reading this ‘Letter From the Guest Editors,’ it probably means you have read all the other parts of the magazine at least five times and are in some kind of isolated and desperate situation. If it’s a bathroom emergency, try elevating your feet on an upturned wastebasket. If you are in the trunk of a drug lord’s car, try doing that thing Walter White does where he throws chemicals at the ground and they explode."
















Uh oh…

You think you can just waltz into Friday night with a smirk like that?! WE INVENTED THAT SMIRK.



A smirk off?

There’s no out-smirking Reddington

There’s no out-smirking Reddington? HA!

Would you like to try that again?

Does this count?

Clearly you guys never took Micro-Smirks 101. 

You can’t teach this smirk. 


Jim Halpert created the smirk.

*knocks* Did someone say smirk-off?

Woah, what about the ladies?!

Hello, ladies.

Careful who you’re catcalling, Adam!


Never thought we’d say this, but we really miss you guys!


This warms the cockles of our heart.

Slow clap.

The first thing people say to me, infuriatingly, is ‘Why do you think people think you’re so manly?’ So I start the chapter by saying, ‘Look, I understand why on the surface you might think a Snickers bar is a meal — it’s packed with peanuts, it really satisfies, it’s got a nice thick dimension — but when you break it down, it’s actually a candy bar.’ And by the same token, I see the mustache, I use tools, I don’t suffer fools gladly, I don’t mince about in the public eye as frequently, so I understand why people would say, ‘Oh, that guy seems like he’s very manly.’ I’m quick to remind the audience that I’m, of my family and my community, I’m the one who went away to theater school to find a career in the arts. I have studied ballet, I have worn tights, I wear makeup every day at work, I love to cry openly at a Pixar film. So I don’t think I’m as manly as you think.

Nick Offerman — a.k.a. Ron Swanson — lays down the law in an interview about his new book.

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