Good morning/afternoon, friends. I hope everyone had a good holiday weekend. Mine was so good that it was almost impossible to go back to work this morning. But, alas, here we are. Today's headlines are short but I think you'll find something good here.

It seems like everyone will be in the Veronica Mars movie. It appears James Franco is the latest star to be showing up in Neptune.

Ira Glass talks about why This American Life is so popular.

Charlie Kaufman may be writing an adaption of Slaughterhouse-Five. That could be interesting.

Yvette Nicole Brown will guest star on Psych next season.

Watch Helena Bonham-Carter as Elizabeth Taylor in the trailer for Burton and Taylor.

Here you go, 90s kids: a Full House reunion at a NKOTB concert.

Jennifer Love Hewitt quit twitter.

NBC and USA both have shows called Camp and Summer Camp, respectively. Yeah, it's confusing people.

Big Brother aired a segment outing a racist house member. I read this article, and I'm still baffled by all of it.

I kind of enjoyed this piece about google interns annoying their neighbors.

Paste named the best movies of 2013 so far.

And for fun, a fan put Arrested Development to the test:

Now you have [almost] enough pop culture news to get you through this post-holiday slump.