5 Lunchtime Links: Kenan and Kel reunite at ‘Good Burger” and more

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1. Kenan and Kel “Good Burger” reunion on “The Tonight Show.”

Your favorite fictional restaurant is back — can they take your order? Longtime friends and “All That” co-stars Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell found themselves back where it all started on Wednesday’s “The Tonight Show,” when they performed a modern take on their classic “Good Burger” sketch. It was the first time the two have appeared on TV together since a 2005 reunion of the “All That” cast. Regardless, they haven’t lost any of the Kenan and Kel magic. Comedy duos everywhere, take note.

2. Fun Fun Fun Fest announces FFF Nites lineup — free aftershows for wristband holders.

Is three days of live music just not enough for you? You’ll be happy to hear Austin’s music and comedy festival Fun Fun Fun Fest has released the lineup for its FFF Nites shows. The performances, free to festival wristband holders, will take place Nov. 6-8 following closing acts at Auditorium Shores. Shows will be located at some of locals’ favorite venues including The Mohawk, ACL Live’s Moody Theater and Empire Control Room.

3. Lena Dunham sits down with Hillary Clinton.

Explaining her frustration with women who refuse to refer to themselves as a feminist, democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, told Lena Dunham creator of the HBO hit, “Girls,” “I’m hoping that people will not be afraid to say, ‘That doesn’t mean you hate men.’” The interview is to be featured on Dunham’s newsletter and website LennyLetter.com. In a clip of the interview released on Instagram, when asked if she considers herself a feminist Clinton replied, “Yes, absolutely.” In the interview Clinton talks about her time in college and “the ambivalence she felt in her early 20s about her own life and career path.”

4. Watch new dad Ryan Reynolds try to build IKEA crib.

Lost Maples is a short drive from Concan.

Lost Maples is a short drive from Concan.

“The biggest issue I’m having is that the crib didn’t come assembled,” actor Ryan Reynolds says in a new, GQ produced video. The new dad takes on a task most of us have faced before: putting together a piece of IKEA furniture. “There’s got to be over a hundred thousand pieces that came with it,” Reynolds says of the crib, still fully unassembled. Reynolds’ wife Blake Lively recently gave birth to the couple’s first daughter, James. After equal parts frustration and beer, Reynolds results to an unconventional trick. It’s tape.

5. Tis the season — check out Austin’s fall offerings.

In case you didn’t hear, and we know you did, yesterday was the first day of fall. Although the weather might not yet agree, Austin promises plenty of fun fall-weather options in the upcoming months. Whether it be the perfect seasonal meal you’re looking for, or a fun day out with the family, check out this interactive map and discover what fall has to offer!

 

 


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