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Hipster kittens: hipster puppies have met their match

It was only a matter of time before the so-ironic-it’s-not-ironic Tumblr Hipster Puppies got some competition from its fellow home (or ramshackle apartment, by hipster standards) dweller, the cat.

Say hello the newest incarnation of animal aloofism: Hipster Kitten. These kitties are all about hoodies, demo tapes, and Wes Anderson, and when they’re not judging you for your mainstream interests, they’re wearing skinny pants and scoffing at your recent Doctors Without Borders donation because they donated to Haiti before the earthquake.

My personal favorite? “My favorite Pokemon is Diglett…because he is still underground.”

Which hipster pet do you fancy? Dogs, cats or neither because they both make you feel bad for liking Lady Gaga?

'Tosh.0' gets renewed for a third season. My stomach already hurts.

daniel-toshImage Credit: Mattias Clamer/Comedy CentralI don’t know if my stomach can take it, guys: Tosh.O, comedian Daniel Tosh’s gross-out Internet clip show, has been renewed for a third season by Comedy Central, despite only being on air for less than a year, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

This only means one thing: I guess I have to get my barf bucket ready. Or just never eat between 10:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Wednesday nights. Because I know we’ll be seeing clips so disgusting, I don’t even feel comfortable linking them here. Who are you hoping gets a Web Redemption, PopWatchers?

Clip du jour: 'Pixels'

After watching this video of pixels invading New York, I pretty much want to dive into a pool of Legos and splash around, like Scrooge McDuck in his gold coins. That’s normal, right? READ FULL STORY

'Dirty Dancing' on YouTube in its entirety: PopWatch PSA

dirtydancingImage Credit: Artisan Entertainment/ Everett Collection Through April 14, you can watch Dirty Dancing in its entirety, with limited commercial interruption, on YouTube — and it looks great. Some key timecodes:

• 14:04: Baby carries a watermelon, watches Penny do the “work, work” leg lifts that you still do in your head every time you hear “Do You Love Me,” and dances with Johnny to “Love Man.”

• 53:45: Sex scene! Featuring one of the Top 10 moments in cinema choreography, the “Cry to Me” butt touch at 57:50.

• 1:28:41: Nobody puts baby in a corner when she could be having the time of her life.

You’re welcome!

(P.S. It’s also now on Hulu in its entirety.)

The Muppet version of 'Stand By Me': Twisted and perfect

This Muppet cover of “Stand By Me” is reminiscent of  Muppet Show-era puppety weirdness, when the characters were still geared more towards adults. “Hi! I’m a bunny!” Excuse me while I go laugh for 900 years. READ FULL STORY

Alex Lambert joins 'If I Can Dream'...will American Idol's loss be Web series' gain?

Look, I’m a crazy person. When it comes to American Idol, I bruise easily, and I never truly heal. People with clear-thinking brains and/or good therapists are no longer filled with RAGE thinking about how Aloha Mischeaux, Sabrina Sloan, and Ricky Braddy all got robbed from their respective top 12 slots in seasons 4, 6, and 8. I, on the other hand, continue to seethe…my only succor found by listening to Aloha’s bangin’ R&B tracks on her MySpace page, dreaming about Sabrina’s never-completed duets disc with Sundance Head, and following Mr. Braddy on Twitter. READ FULL STORY

Joshua Malina talks 'Backwash,' his surreal celeb-filled summer web series

backwashImage Credit: Sony Pictures Television / Jordin Althaus What do Jon Hamm, John Stamos, Sarah Silverman, John Cho, Allison Janney, Hank Azaria, Fred Willard, Michael Vartan, Dulé Hill, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Jeffrey Ross, Ken Marino and David Wain have in common? They all cameo as themselves in Backwash, a 13-episode web series written by and starring Joshua Malina (Sports Night, The West Wing) debuting on Sony’s Crackle.com this summer. The series, directed by Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle’s Danny Leiner, follows three eccentric losers (pictured, from left to right, Malina, Michael Ian Black, and Michael Panes) who hit the road in an ice cream truck pursued by the police after one of them inadvertently robs $100,000 from a local bank. With production wrapped as of last week, Malina phoned PopWatch to answer a few of our burning questions: READ FULL STORY

'I'm Here': Spike Jonze's robot love story

Im-HereSpike Jonze’s robot love story “I’m Here” (previously) is now online in its entirety. The 35-minute movie is very, very affected — but completely charming anyway. Robots Sheldon and Francesca have a pretty standard indie love story: He’s a bit geeky, she’s a manic pixie dream girl, they fall for each other. Aww.

'Leave it to Lemur' would be an excellent show

What do you do when a lemur named Bilbo is abandoned by his mother? You take him home and let him live in your hair.

Animal Planet, please make this a show.

Do you take your lemur on the subway, PopWatchers, or does your lemur not like mass transit?

Clip du jour: Piano improv keeps ChatRoulette interesting

Just when I think ChatRoulette has exhausted its meme-worthiness, someone goes ahead and does something interesting and entertaining! Internet, will wonders never cease?

Have you seen anything cool on Chat Roulette, PopWatchers? [via Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’s blog]

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