ABOVE: I've never seen a stool in a locker room before. Perhaps a rim seat would be handier.
RANDY REPORT: The Thing About Harry looks to be a giddy new rom-com, and gay, gay, gay. I'll be watching this on Freeform, if only for Nick Terho, seen above.
KENNETH IN THE (212): When ads are gay without being gay.
JOE.MY.GOD.: Then there's another kind of Super Bowl ad — the kind billionaire Mike Bloomberg is paying for to sway public opinion on gun control while also heralding his own campaign. I hated him as a mayor — he became a Republican and hosted the GOP in this city, and squelched protesters like a fucking fascist. It's hard to get past that. But he's doing a lot of good in this campaign, and if he continues doling out cash to ding Trump, more power to 'im:
But while his gun-control ad seems to be hitting the spot, what to make of his Big Gay Ice Cream pandering:
EXTRATV: Vanessa Bryant breaks her silence on the deaths of her husband Kobe and their 13-year-old daughter Gianna.
TPM: Portions of Trump's oh-so-powerful border wall have collapsed. Onto Mexico.
TOWLEROAD: Gay comic imagines the ultimate revenge against a high school bully — topping the bully's dad.
NBC NEWS: Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is cheering the coronavirus for helping the U.S. jobs market:
Well, first of all, every American's heart has to go out to the victims of the coronavirus. So, I don't want to talk about a victory lap over a very unfortunate, very malignant disease, but the fact is, it does give businesses yet another thing to consider when they go through their review of their supply chain. On top of all the other things, you had SARS, you had the African swine virus there, now you have this. It's another risk factor that people need to take into account. So, I think it will help to accelerate the return of jobs to North America. Some to U.S., probably some to Mexico, as well.
Meanwhile, China is building hospitals within days to accommodate victims of the outbreak.
COLE ESCOLA: This is flawless:
NYP: Aaron Hernandez wasn't closeted when he died — his brother says that he came out to his mom when she visited him in prison.
TRUE CRIME DAILY: Mighty Ducks (1992) and D2: The Mighty Ducks (1994) star Shaun Weiss was arrested again, this time for burglary and drugs. His meth-accelerated deterioration is shocking and sad. And yet countless profiles on Grindr are all about parTying. Insanity. Heartbreaking: