Tom Hiddleston Gives Us A Glimpse Of His “High-Rise,” Chris Colfer’s Beastly BFF: BRIEFS

Plus "The Simpsons" goes '80s

Here is last week’s caption pic winner. This week’s caption pic is at the bottom of the page.

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Thanks to everyone for participating! The winner is ….

“Wide Receiver”

Thanks to Darrien for this week’s winning caption!


Weekend Birthdays! Sam Riley (above) is 36, David Bowie is 69, Pat Benatar is 63, Rod Stewart ids 70, Michelle Forbes is 51, and Dame Shirley Bassey is 79


Katrina Law discusses same-sex shipping on Arrow

Top Chef hosted a gay wedding, and Padma Lakshmi officiated!

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Nine reasons we’re in love with Colton Haynes.

Cindy, Naomi, and Claudia reunite for glorious Balmain campaign.


Beyonce joins Channing Tatum in Lip Sync Battle performance of “Run The World”

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Isabella Rossellini on Joy, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Blue Velvet drag.

“They do me in drag in Blue Velvet. I had a friend who was gay who died, unfortunately, and he would go out on Halloween and dress up like me. I had a Blue Velvet robe, and I had my wig for a while, and he would borrow it every year.”

Here’s the couch gag from Sunday’s episode of The Simpsons, which combines Miami Vice and every ’80s action movie ever made.

That’s one hell of a smile.

Stop tormenting me!

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Six (pretty despicable) things you should know about Alabama’s Chief Justice Roy Moore.

Here’s the trailer for High-Rise, with Tom Hiddleston sunning his nipples and using a magazine to protect his naughty bits. What’s the movie about? Does it matter?

Here’s the Friday Puzzler! “After The Match”

And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names, but also the lesser-known gay and bisexual celebs who deserve more recognition. This week we give a ShoutOUT™ to … Paul Winfield

Paul Winfield during 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California, United States. (Photo by Jim Smeal/WireImage)
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Closing out our week with Paul, he won an Emmy for a guest appearance on Picket Fences, narrated 94 episodes of the A&E series City Confidential, and continued to work up until his death from a heart attack in 2004, two years after his partner of 30 years passed away.

He will forever have a special place in the Trek universe, having starred as Starfleet Captain Clark Terrell in Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan, and most memorably, in the beloved fan favorite Next Generation episode “Darmok.”

Three years ago I presented my personal favorite Briefs list, The 100 Greatest Lost Hits of The 80’s, and because if there’s one thing Hollywood has taught us, it’s that sequels and reboots and remakes are ALWAYS better then the original, we’re going to the well again with The 100 Greatest Lost Hits of The 80’s Part 2: The Even More Forgotten

We’ll be spotlighting 100 more of the greatest minor hits of the decade, the songs you don’t hear on any 80’s nostalgia show. Songs that missed the top ten, or top twenty … or top forty. Hopefully these forgotten gems may ring a long dormant bell, or for younger readers, provide a pop music history lesson.

At #32 is “Murphy’s Law” by Cheri.


The duo of American Rosalind Hunt and Canadian Lise Cullerier only hit the Hot 100 once, but it was with an irresistible slice of post-disco dance funk. It squeaked into the the top 40 in July 1982, peaking at #39.


Congrats to Robin, who guessed that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Supergirl.


Here’s today’s Pixuzzle™ © ®. Here is a scene from a FAMOUS TV SHOW. Can you name it?


Here’s your caption pic for this week. Drop your caption ideas in the comments (And please remember to keep the captions PG-13!) Last week we had Stephen, so let’s look at what his cousin is up to.

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Today’s Briefs are brought to you by … Joe Carrier

Timoteo Ocampo
Timoteo Ocampo
80's Pop Culture Expert, Shooting At The Walls Of Heartache.