Links to the past, with relevance today:
EBAY: Here's a humdinger of a letter from 1952 — Joan Crawford writing a not-too-subtly bitchy note to her daughter Christina, chastising her for not writing more. Christina would have been 12 when she received it.
VULTURE: Queen's Brian May speaks out about "fruitcake" anti-vaxxer Eric Clapton.
VICE: At its core, "'Sure, Jan': How A Very Brady Sequel Became a Trippy, Quippy Cult Classic" is celebrating a '90s movie (or two), and exploring a meme, which should go against my rule at Gr8erDays to focus on the '80s and earlier. But those movies were based on the '60s and '70s classic The Brady Bunch, so ... read this amazing oral history. Like Raquel, it's the GOAT.
EXTRATV: So long to Night Court's Christine Sullivan herself, plucky Markie Post. But as her close friend Marsha Warfield wanted everyone to know, there was more to Post than pluck. She lost a long battle with cancer at 70 this week.
NETFLIX: Catherine Zeta-Jones is Morticia and Luis Guzmán is Gomez in the new Addams Family reboot.
TWITTER: This video is ... insane. And it involves a classic cartoon character.