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Sportscaster Adam Lefkoe of WHAS11 in Louisville, Kentucky dropped 41 Seinfeld references into five minutes on air. More at Syracuse.com.

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his weekend, the pairing of star Jake Gyllenhaal and director Denis Villeneuve equaled the number one movie in the country, Prisoners. Next, the pair will team up again in a story with not one, but two Gyllenhaals. That film is called Enemy, and following a premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month, a mysterious teaser clip has now come online.

Based on a novel by Jose Saramago, Gyllenhaal stars as a downtrodden college professor who comes to realize there’s a younger version of himself somewhere in the world. It also stars Mélanie Laurent, Isabella Rossellini and Sarah Gadon. Check out the teaser below.

Here’s the teaser for Enemy, which does not yet have a release date, but was picked up by A24.

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Don't miss Boing Boing's video interview with Dr. Donna J. Nelson, science advisor to the television series "Breaking Bad." The show's final episode airs this coming Sunday night on AMC. PBS science correspondent Miles O'Brien and I interviewed her in 2012, when she and the Breaking Bad cast and creator Vince Gilligan were at Comic-Con in San Diego.

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[Video Link] PBS science correspondent Miles O'Brien and I interview Dr. Donna J. Nelson, science advisor to the television series "Breaking Bad." The show's final episode airs this coming Sunday night on AMC.

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From Jimmy Kimmel Live, musicians read mean Tweets about themselves.

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Drawings by Mark A Reynolds
Title: J.G. Ballard

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Last summer, Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee web series was met with critical acclaim and was one of the best things to watch on the web at the time. The simple premise of two comedians driving around in classic cars and chatting over coffee in diners combined with the artful directing and cinematography left many hoping that Seinfeld would continue the series after the initial 10 episodes (including a much-loved reunion of Seinfeld and Michael Richards) were over. Crackle, which partnered with Seinfeld for the original run, made those dreams come true on Thursday, as it revealed that new episodes would be available at www.comediansincarsgettingcoffee.com starting on June 13th at 12:00PM ET. New episodes will be posted...

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TIME Photo Department

TIME LightBox presents our monthly round-up of the best books, exhibitions and ways to experience photography beyond the web—from the Steve McCurry exhibition in Colorado and the 55th Venice Biennale to Roger Ballen’s ‘Portraits from South Africa’ in Los Angeles and the Belfast Photo Festival.

‘The Guide’ on LightBox will be published monthly. If you have submissions or suggestions for upcoming round-ups of the best books and exhibitions, feel free to pass them along via email before June 15. We’ll also be updating this gallery throughout the month.

See the previous editions of The Guide:

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