Birdman, Pokémon and Pegging Your Way to the Top: Links You Need to See

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If you were as inexplicably drawn to the somehow “cute” notion of fantastical, chubby-cheeked animals electrocuting and charring each other to a crisp (when they weren’t being held captive in tiny balls) as I was as a kid, you’ll find this report of a symphonic Pokémon concert at Madison Square Garden particularly captivating. And, if you’re a little more sensitive to animal (both imaginary and real) rights, you might be more enthralled by this seaweed that allegedly tastes like bacon and nutritionally outdoes kale.

According the implications of an indictment uncovered by WSBTV, Birdman may have tried to have Lil Wayne killed. Though that sentence might evoke images of Michael Keaton sprouting wings and attempting to flap the rapper into oblivion, and though that’d be an even more bizarre and newsworthy story, this is actually about the Birdman otherwise known as Bryan Williams — Wayne’s former label boss at Cash Money. The two had been feuding (a $51 million feud, to be exact) ever since Wayne filed a lawsuit against Birdman, claiming he hadn’t been paid for his LP, Tha Carter VI, and Birdman seemingly decided, alongside his new protege Young Thug, to end the feud maturely...with an assassination — the strange details of which Gawker and BuzzFeed elaborate on.

Though you may already know Wet Hot American Summer‘s Camp Firewood staff pretty intimately, you might want to catch up with them again, and certainly might want to meet additions to the team, before the premiere of the Netflix prequel on July 31. A new trailer officially introduces them all.

But, outside of the enclosed bizarro world of Camp Firewood (where over the course of a few months, people seem to age backward by a decade), life isn’t all fun and games. Especially for Abbi Jacobson, who was rightfully upset by Broad City‘s Emmy snub, and learned — the hard way — what you have to do to make it in this competitive world: