by (@t_akino)

The Best Film and TV Reunions of the Year

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For any pop culture junkie, 2014 was a nostalgia overload. It seemed like every other week, actors from cult TV shows and movies would tweet reunion pics with their former cast members, sending fangirls and boys into a frenzy.
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by (@kat_george)

Celebrities Who Have Not Gotten Plastic Surgery

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It’s difficult to avoid the pressures associated with celebrity when it comes to beauty and aging. Those pressures being that you’re not really allowed to age, especially if you’re a woman. So Hollywood becomes a parade of plastic with stars undergoing all sorts of invasive surgeries in order to stay looking as young as possible for as long as they can. But there are some celebrities who have managed to avoid the pitfalls of surgery — proof that women can be beautiful regardless of age. Read more…

by (@emilyexton)

Silicon Valley Proves TV Geeks Will Always Be Chic

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Like slackers, geeks hold a special place in our hearts. Conventional high school rules may deem them unworthy lunchtime companions or prom dates, but time and television have proven that they’re usually the ones with the most interesting things to say. And let’s be real: we’re all a little bit geeky about something, be it period pieces or comic book sequels.

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by (@shakeyourbeauty)

Dynamic Duos: The 10 Greatest Platonic TV Couples of All Time

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We love TV’s iconic romantic couples. The lusty buildup, the will-they-or-won’t-they. The overwhelming obstacles. The office sex (we’re looking at you, Scandal. Obviously). But sometimes, it’s even more fun to watch the dazzling chemistry between totally platonic onscreen duos. Take Breaking Bad’s Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, for example. Their totally murderous, deeply dysfunctional, howlingly illegal – but somehow, sweetly father/son-esque — connection was far more intriguing than the ones they had with their significant others.

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In These Streets: Star-Powered Sesame Street Skits We Love

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This year marks the 45th anniversary of Sesame Street, folks! Back in ’69, it was the only programming targeted to target to urban kids of all races and nationalities, and it’s still one of the most inclusive, progressive shows on the air. Oh, and their celebrity guest spots rule. Where else could you see Tina Fey as a “Pirate of the Can-Be-Reading” — complete with a merry band of Bookaneers — growling a song about the awesomeness of books? Or how about that Usher spot that went viral last fall, where he sang his own silky, croon-y version of the Alphabet Song with Grover, Elmo and Abby Cadabby (so catchy, it could’ve been released as a single).

From Ricky Gervais to Charlize Theron, we’re addicted to these superstar Sesame Street skits.

[Photos: PBS]