Family fugue: The music of ‘Bob’s Burgers’

Part of what makes Bob’s Burgers such a great show is its ability to deliver funny, clever, and surprisingly good original music nearly every week. From silly riffs about Linda’s search for Harry Truman or Gene’s fear of snakes, to full-blown musical numbers like Gene’s ode to Thomas Edison “Electric Love.”

Daily Clicks — May 26, 2014

• Wait, you mean jackalopes aren’t real?! Damn you, Dave Coulier! (wired.com) • If this past weekend’s release of X-Men: Days of Future Past left you scratching your head, here’s a detailed history of the classic 1981 comic book story on which the film is based. Spoiler alert: It’s way better than the movie. (vulture.com) • $2 bills are are…

Daily Clicks — May 19, 2014

• Whitman Illuminated: Song of Myself is an hand-lettered and -illustrated representation of the Whitman’s celebrated 1855 masterpiece by designer Allen Crawford. (fastcodesign.com) • A new study reveals Millennials’ uncomfortable relationship with racism. (slate.com) From these results, it’s clear that—like most Americans—millennials see racism as a matter of different treatment, justified by race, that you solve by…