Morning Brew – Carrie Brownstein’s memoir is up for a Penderyn Prize

Happy Friday!

ThinkProgress loved Her Story, which you can watch in its entirety, for free, on January 19.

Jodie Foster‘s new movie, Money Monster, has a trailer. Sadly, she is not in it.

Megan Rapinoe has training clinics coming up in L.A., Dallas and Fort Worth.

While we’re talking soccer, Abby Wambach talked with Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls. A quote:

“One of the most powerful things that someone can do is to be true to themselves. It is so much more powerful to not have to stand on a rooftop and scream about your sexual orientation. In fact, stand solidly in your shoes and be yourself. You are perfectly fine just the way you are.”

Lena Dunham And Abby Wambach Attend Women For Hillary Events Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images

Here’s your first look at Season 2 of I Am Cait, where Jenny Boylan presses Caitlyn on her same-sex marriage stance and being a Republican.

Check out a few pages from the script Ship It by out writer Britta Lundin. It’s all about fan fiction.

Rhea Butcher talks with The Portland Mercury about recording her live comedy album in Portland on Sunday.

New York judges denied Robert and Cynthia Gifford‘s appeal, meaning they will have to pay the $13,000 they owe a lesbian couple for not allowing them to get married at their Liberty Ridge Farm in 2013.

At Fusion: Hiring managers are less likely to call LGBT women back.

Carrie Brownstein‘s Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl is up for a Penderyn Prize, aka an award given to a top-notch music memoir, biography or historical account. You can also listen to her read from the book at Pitchfork.

Marie Claire's Image Maker Awards 2016 - ArrivalsPhoto by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

You can watch a little bit of the first episode of Season 6 of Portlandia right now.

You can also watch 26 minutes of Jill Soloway‘s first work, The Real Live Brady Bunch, starring Jane Lynch.

Ana Marie Cox interviewed Eileen Myles for the New York Times Magazine.

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Sharon Isbin: Troubadour has won the 2015 ASCAP Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Television Broadcast Award.


Black Sails fans will enjoy this chat with Jessica Parker Kennedy.

Today in Lesbianish TV:

The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Good Morning America (ABC 7 a.m.)

Supernatural “The Girl With the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo” (TNT 9 a.m.) (rerun)

Golden Girls “Goodbye, Mr. Gordon” (Hallmark 9:30 a.m., 12:30 a.m.) (rerun)
Buffy marathon (Pivot 10 a.m.)
The View (ABC 11 a.m.)

Flea Market Flip “Married Flippers Take on a Creative Couple” (HGTV 11 a.m.) (rerun)
South Beach Tow marathon (TruTV 11 a.m.)

Beverly Hills, 90210 “Injustice For All” (Pop 12 p.m.) (rerun)

Grey’s Anatomy marathon (Lifetime 1 p.m.)

The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.)

Hot in Cleveland “The Sex That Got Away” (Logo 2 p.m.) (rerun)
Ellen (Laff 3 p.m./3:30 p.m.) (rerun)

New Girl “Eggs” (TBS 3:30 p.m.) (rerun)

White Collar “Withdrawal”/”Need to Know” (Universal HD 4 p.m./5 p.m., 6 p.m./7 p.m.) (rerun)

#BlackLove (FYI 5 p.m./6 p.m.) (rerun)

Friday Night Lights “Toilet Bowl” (Pivot 5 p.m.)

Deadly Women “Two to Kill” (ID 5 p.m.) (rerun)
Law & Order “Panic” (Sundance 6 p.m.) (rerun)

Last Man Standing “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” (CMT 6:30 p.m.) (rerun)
Person of Interest marathon (WGN America 7 p.m.)

Adventure Time “A King’s Ransom; Bad Jubies” (Cartoon 7:30 p.m.)

Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta “What Would Phaedra Do?” (TLC 8 p.m.) (rerun)

Saturday Night Live “Kevin Hart; Sia” (Comedy Central 8 p.m.) (rerun)
2 Broke Girls marathon (TBS 8:30 p.m.)

The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.)

Black Sails “XI.” (Encore 9 p.m., 12 a.m.) (rerun)

The People’s Couch (Bravo 10 p.m.)

Nine for IX “Swoopes” (ESPN Classic 10 p.m.) (rerun)

Younger “Tattoo You”/”The Mao Function” (TV Land 10:30 p.m./11 p.m.)

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (NBC 11:34 p.m.) – Guest: Brandi Carlile
Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS 11:35 p.m.) – Guest: Abby Wambach

Archer marathon (FXX 12 a.m.)

The Nasty Show hosted by Artie Lange (Showtime 1:35 a.m.) – With Gina Yashere (rerun)

(Thanks, Roni!)