The Role That Chevy Chase Left ‘Community’ For (And The Morning Links)

In a recent interview, Chevy Chase said that he hated Community because “the hours are hideous, and it’s still a sitcom on television, which is probably the lowest form of television.” He’s wrong: the lowest form of TV is reprising an old movie character, in this case Clark Griswold, in an Old Navy commercial for “pop pants,” which he has, somehow bastardizing the Griswold name even more than Vegas Vacation did. See it below.

The Rolling Stones Covered The Beatles For The First Time In 48 Years — (Uproxx)

The Saddest Moment Of This Season Of Sons Of Anarchy Happened Off-Screen — (WG)

Aaron Sorkin’s lost Amazon product reviews uncovered — (Film Drunk)

Women Pole Dancing For Charity? Yes Please — (With Leather)

Watch This Paralyzed Dog Walk Again After A Cell Transplant — (Gamma Squad)

Let’s Take A Jordin Sparks Bikini Break, Shall We? — (Smoking Section)

The Best Moments From NFL Week 12 — (KSK)

Was the Coolest Movie Ensemble of the 21st Century From a Movie Barely Anyone Saw? — (Pajiba)

31 Kids Who Are Too Clever For Their Own Good — (BuzzFeed)

5 Sauces That Changed The Way We Eat — (Mental Floss)

10 Things Chris Brown Can Do Now That He’s Off Twitter — (College Humor)

Minimalist video game posters. For nerds who no longer live at home — (Fark)

The 6 biggest cancelations of the 2012 TV season: A guide — (The Week)

My Five Favorite Love Interests From Superhero Films — (Unreality Mag)

The Gentlemen’s Rant: Concerts — (The High Definite)

HUGE Pee Wee Football Player Plows Over a Defender with a Truck Stick For the Ages — (Bro Bible)