We heard a new Daft Punk song and watched Patton Oswalt’s filibuster this week on The A.V. Club

We heard a new Daft Punk song and watched Patton Oswalt’s filibuster this week on The A.V. Club

What’s new this week?

Don’t miss:

This week in Great Job, Internet!:

  • Patton Oswalt rambled on for quite a while about what the next Star Wars movie should be, and it was glorious.
  • Every fake website from Law & Order was compiled in one handy supercut. It’s almost as good as the Tumblr that chronicles every time a character was spotted eating food while walking on the street.

What are we arguing about this week?

A reader asked our staff what album we’ve loved the longest, and we offered up responses that were, overall, pretty solid. Way to be, former selves. 

This weekend:

See: Rob Zombie’s The Lords Of Salem is an ambitious, trippy, and somewhat spotty affair that both benefits and suffers from its missteps.
Read: William Friedkin exorcises his past in his detailed new memoir, offering a glimpse into the life of one of the premier film directors of the ’70s.
Listen to: After teasing new music in 10-second loops for weeks, Daft Punk released a new song in full.
Watch: An effective Parks And Recreation doubleheader offers up a hilarious guest appearance from Patton Oswalt and the departure of the bumblingly loveable Jerry.