Today at Flavorpill, we remembered 25 band names designed to confound listeners and irritate copy editors. We watched all five endings for The Hobbit trailer. We laughed at two young brothers in a homemade horror film. We got Cosmo-style tips from famous writers. We discovered secrets about the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We explored the symmetry of Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood. We were kind of mesmerized by Adam Scott and Jon Hamm in green onesies. We wondered why everything tastes like chicken. We saw what emoticons look like in real life. We listened to Sarah Silverman’s potty-mouthed PSA on voter fraud. We were glad a four-year-old girl explained the plot twists of Doctor Who. We toured the real-life Harry Potter and Breaking Bad locations. And finally, we spotted a beautiful Munson typewriter from 1890. They have horizontal rods that control a hammer, which strikes the page from behind.