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The Best, Worst and Weirdest of the Week


Best Bare Bones Music Video: Julie Ruin's "Oh Come On." Because all you really need is a white room, some Christmas lights and Kathleen Hanna's insane energy does the rest. -- Elizabeth Thompson

The Most Divisive Pop Star-Cartoon Moment of the Week: Britney Spears' "Ooh La La" video with the smurfs. Gays thought Britney looked pretty, everyone else thought it was depressing. -- Mr. Mickey

Screen shot 2013-07-12 at 4.45.48 PM.pngBest Use of LEGOs This Week: Dean West and Nathan Sawaya's portraits, which feature huge LEGO sculptures hidden inside. -- Max Kessler

Screen shot 2013-07-12 at 4.25.51 PM.pngMost Face Palm-y Thing We Witnessed in Brooklyn This Week: A dad skateboarding in the street while pushing his baby in a stroller. Really, Brooklyn, really? You've outdone yourself. [Ed note: This is not the dad...this guy looks ten times dorkier and way more safe.] -- Abby Schreiber

SHWW.jpegMost Enraging Pie Chart of the Week: This one. -- E.T.

Most Intriguing Sub-Culture of the Week: The mermaids of Weeki-Wachee Springs, as profiled in last Sunday's New York Times Magazine. -- A.S.

Best Vine: This Sharknado Vine. Steve Sanders has never looked hotter. -- E.T.

Best Dog of the Week: The friendly female Pitbull who boarded a Staten Island bus by herself on Wednesday morning and took a seat in the back. She goes up for adoption if she's not claimed in the next 72 hours. MTA workers have dubbed her "Little Lola." Godspeed, LL! -- E.T.

Screen shot 2013-07-10 at 4.02.30 PM.pngHottest Ticket of the Week: The six-hour Jay-Z lip sync-a-thon at Pace Gallery. -- M.M.

News Best Accompanied By a Sarcastic "Oh Yeah, This Will Work Out Well" Reaction:
The announcement of Lindsay Lohan's forthcoming reality show on Oprah's network, OWN. -- A.S.

Screen shot 2013-07-12 at 4.54.41 PM.pngBest Excuse All Week to Ogle Naked Athletes: ESPN The Magazine's "Body Issue," which includes Matt Harvey, Kenneth Faried, John Wall and Colin Kaepernick. -- M.K.

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