Dunce Flash: Short Cuts

Pacey-Con photo from Just Jared
  • Pacey Witter is back, looking rogue, scruffy and decidedly more handsome than Dawson Leery. That’s right, folks – Dawson’s Creek‘s Joshua Jackson staged his very own convention mere feet away from the throngs at San Diego’s Comic-Con. The aptly named Pacey-Con celebrated Jackson’s seminal character in all his bumbling glory.

    “Well, it came about because I just thought it was time to remind the world of the greatest character in TV history,” Jackson joked with MTV News Tuesday. “The original concept was, you know, actors are always trying to run away from characters they’ve had in their past. Well, I wanted to do the video that was the exact opposite.”

    Jackson staged Pacey-Con outside of the convention hall, and the whole thing was taped for a hilarious Funny or Die segment (video embedded below) the website released today. Jackson handed out Dawson’s Creek fan fiction while decked in Pacey’s signature bowling shirt, a bit soundtracked by the show’s theme song, Paula Cole’s “I Don’t Want to Wait.” Capeside to San Diego, indeed. [MTV]

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  • Dunce Cap favorite Guster released a new single, “Bad, Bad World,” from their forthcoming album, Easy Wonderful, set to drop October 5 on Aware/Universal Republic. Easy Wonderful will be Guster’s first album in four years. You can grab “Bad, Bad World” for free via the band’s website, or you can stream it below. [HitFix]

Guster, “Bad, Bad World”

"A Space Odyssey 2010" from Mila's Daydreams
  • Holy cuteness, Batman! Frisky writer Adele is on maternity leave after giving birth to her daughter Mila, and she’s maintaining a baby blog at Mila’s Daydreams. During Mila’s naps, Adele likes to imagine what her infant might be dreaming about; she then captures these epic tales in staged photographs like the one above. Gotta love the itty bitty unwitt-y bloggers. [The Frisky]

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