If you have not checked out our Vigilante Facebook page in the past few days, then you should go see how much Love & Other Drugs goodness has gone up there and then you'll never make that mistake again. It is now essentially (and by "essentially" I mean "definitely") Facebook's most comprehensive repository of digital memorabilia related to this prescription-themed motion picture.
(And update your bookmarks, because we're now at www.facebook.com/loveandotherdrugs.)
(Yes, I really did snag that URL out from under Fox. Suck it, "people who professionally promote movies.")
Soon to be included amongst the updates on Facebook is the content-appropriate clip below from last fall. Watch as Jake cracks a Birth of a Nation joke, because the world in which he lives is one where everyone cares about cinematic history. (Note to Jake: This was Jimmy Kimmel; sometimes you gotta suck it up and dumb it down for the audience. Oh, wait. You reference knowledge procured on Wikipedia later on? Okay, you're fine):
This clip is hosted on our YouTube channel, which you probably didn't check either. IT'S FINE. Someday I will stop crying over all of you forgetting about the thousands of places online you have to check for ISJ updates. Just because you "have lives" and can't always "check everything" is totally cool. (Thus this blog entry. Also, those last two sentences are such crap because even I can't remember all these damn places. We're going to have a talk about that later in the week...)
ALSO TODAY, if you are a person who is able to be in New York City on October 2, you might want to spend $35 and see some dude named Jake Gyllenhaal talk about what it's like to be Jake Gyllenhaal. (Hint: It's pretty awesome, because entire online empires are built in his name.)