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Pop goes the culture: Phillippe's abs, Miley's volcano problem and more

We knew you'd be busy deciphering the complex Lil Wayne video for "I'm Single" (we think he's trying to say he's always "single" for the night, but that's just an educated guess), so we've been compiling the (other) best pop-culture news you may have missed. Here's your week in review.

JUST A FRIENDLY REMINDER: You'll never look like Ryan Phillippe (left).

PROOF MOTHER NATURE IS ON OUR SIDE DESPITE GLOBAL WARMING: The volcanic ash preventing Miley Cyrus from promoting "The Last Song" abroad. Now we all know the drastic measures it will take to stop her.

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CIRQUE DU SOLEIL CREATING SHOW AROUND MICHAEL JACKSON MUSIC: This is freaky even by Cirque du Soleil standards.

'MAD MEN' COMES BACK JULY 25: Easy drinking game for the premiere: Pretend you're Don Draper at work. Just drink for the entire episode. 

'CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM' RENEWED: We're prettay, prettay, prettay excited.

WORST WEEK EVER FOR HIPPiE-HATERS: John Lennon's secret LSD stash found; Ben and Jerry's releases new "Bonnaroo Buzz" flavor; Earth Day; 4-20

LARRY KING'S WIFE ALLEGEDLY HAD AFFAIR WITH LITTLE LEAGUE COACH: She prefers her cheating modeled on Lifetime Original Movie plots.

IS IT SAD?: That Sarah Silverman's teenage bed-wetting confession makes us love her even more?

THE FACT THAT THIS BOOK (right) EXISTS: Fills us with joy

TREND WE'RE LIKING: Local restaurants offering discounts, reservation priority to Foursquare "mayors." Almost makes me want to jump on that trend.

ARETHA FRANKLIN'S TWIX COMMERCIAL: Nothing will top Betty White, but it's still pretty funny to see Aretha in the backseat of a car with 20-something dudes.

PROOF 3-D HAS GONE TOO FAR: "Men in Black 3-D"

MORE PROOF 3-D HAS GONE TOO FAR:
The possibility of re-releasing "Titanic" in 3-D

SERIOUSLY, 3-D IS GOING WAY TOO FAR:
The Kenny Chesney concert documentary in 3-D

THANK YOU, MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL: Dan Deacon will host a screening of "Total Recall."

BRUCE WILLIS TO RELEASE COLOGNE: It smells like baldness with notes of yippee-ki-yay.

Jordan Bartel is assistant editor for b. Follow him on Twitter, @jordanbartel.

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