Page 1 Roundup (11/19)

Page 1 Roundup (11/18)

Remains of the Day (11/17)

Baseline: When the hottest guy on the men's tennis tour pranks the second-hottest

Variety: It does feel like the court of public opinion is ready to treat “he raped me” and “he made an inappropriate comment to me” exactly the same way, which concerns me

The WoW Report: Man accidentally shoots himself and wife at church (after just discussing church shootings)

Greg in Hollywood: David Zaharakis has legs for days

D-Listed: Kathy Griffin is not done dragging Andy Cohen

The Washington Post: Feminist who studies rape culture doesn't want Al Franken to resign

BosGuy: Hard to pick a favorite body part with those thick hairy legs, bulging shoulders and huge arms

Beantown Cuban: An ode to the Ford Pinto from Netflix's "Stranger Things"

Deep Dish: This guy's thighs have it!

The Film Experience: 2017 actress roundtable lineup

Hunk du Jour: Bedroom eyes -- and bedroom everything else

It's Either Sadness or Euphoria: A review of "Autoboyography" by Christina Lauren

The Hill: Roger Stone appeared to know Al Franken allegation was coming

HuffPost Queer Voices: LGBTQ activists amplify their pleas for a global end to conversion therapy

OMG Blog: Michael Fassbender on vacation makes us want to swab the decks, mate!

Kitty of the Day: I know who would make a great doubles partner

On the Rag, Vol. 484

Page 1 Roundup (11/17)

The Daily News: Sounds like Stallone's encounter was consensual -- until it wasn't. And as for Franken: I agree with Matt
People calling Franken's accuser a whore, etc. — she is clearly a partisan, but her reaction is laudable, accepting his apology. And not asking him to step down. Thinking Franken needs to step down over this is absurd. I'm sure any investigation would not result in that either. The ONLY game-changer is if more women come forward, establishing that it wasn't an unfortunate joke, and that the unwelcome kiss wasn't indicative of a pattern. But in this case, his own apology and call for an investigation into his own behavior suggests he feels confident he ain't Bill Cosby. We'll see. But liberals need to learn to calibrate our responses, Jesus Christ. Misbehavior is not horrible behavior is not illegal behavior is not "quit and never work again and die outside the city wall." There are degrees.