April 3, 2014 5:58 AM EDT

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• Arnold Schwarzenegger appeared on BET’s 106 & Park and did the “stanky legg” dance with rapper Bow Wow. “I’ll be back,” he quipped after finishing.

• Nabisco’s new bacon-flavored Ritz crackers are–according to our informal panel of snackers–a lot tastier than you’d think.

• Step aside, Simba: Disney’s Frozen revenue topped $1 billion worldwide, making the movie the top-grossing animated film of all time.

• As part of an April Fools’ Day prank, VH1 announced it would “amp up the cattiness” with a new slate of feline-centric reality shows. Among them: Mob Cats and Love & Hip Hop: Catlanta.

The lone for-sale album will come in an engraved silver-and-nickel box

THE DIGIT 1

Number of copies the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan plans to sell of its new album, The Wu–Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, as part of an effort to mimic limited-edition art; the 128-min. LP will also be available for listening at galleries and festivals (reportedly for $30 to $50)

MODEL BEHAVIOR

Couture fashion is inaccessible to many people for many reasons. But on March 31 at the Fashion Without Borders show during Moscow Fashion Week, models like the two pictured above exhibited a more inclusive collection of haute clothing, designed specifically for people with physical handicaps.

TWEET BEAT

Would-Be Emoji

In light of Apple’s recent pledge to create more diverse emoji–a.k.a. the cutesy, colorful icons used to amplify text messages–TIME asked its Twitter followers to make a case for their new emoji ideas. The most urgent suggestion: increase racial diversity. (Currently, there’s no black emoji representation.) But there were plenty of quirky ideas too. Here we illustrate a few of our favorites.

QUICK TALK

Judy Greer

The actress, 38, is famous for playing best friends and sidekicks on Arrested Development and in movies including 13 Going on 30. Now she’s entering the spotlight with I Don’t Know What You Know Me From, a memoir about her life in Hollywood, out April 8.

–LILY ROTHMAN

You’ve played a lot of best friends, but you write that film friendships are unrealistic. When did you realize that?

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. That’s when it started to bug me. It’s very convenient that you’d tell everyone at work your deepest, darkest secrets. I mean, maybe you do? I’ve never had a desk job.

Throughout the book, you refer to your husband by his full name. Does everyone do that?

We were at an HBO party, and we ran into Susan Sarandon, and she was like, “Oh, you must be Dean Johnsen!”

Some names have a ring to them.

And since I started doing it to him, I’m finding that it’s helping me remember people’s names.

You said you were wearing a “magical raincoat” when you were discovered. Do you have any other good-luck charms?

No, I get rid of everything. I’m always terrified of having too much crap. But you remember those little troll key chains?

With the bright hair?

Yeah, I had one of those. I used to carry it when I would go running, every time, and I thought it was my good-luck charm. Then I lost it, and I did kind of start to hurt myself.

HAIR FLIP

‘How else can we convey sass?’

@joych3n

A TACO

‘Because … the flan emoji needs its entree.’

@VTelizabeth

A DRUM SET

‘I’m tired of not being able to imply a rim shot at the end of terrible puns.’

@Trevorisamazing

BACON

‘Because bacon is necessary.’

@MrsDawnGriffin

EDWARD SNOWDEN

‘For teens, it could take the place of [typing] POS (parents over shoulder).’

@TheReallsaacP

“ON MY RADAR

Crazy Rich Asians, by Kevin Kwan

“I keep not finishing it because I don’t want it to end.”

THE SURREAL THING

At first glance, Wangechi Mutu’s 2007 piece Funkalicious fruit field, above, may seem mostly abstract, but the Kenya-born artist’s surreal shapes are also real-world statements. Mutu is known for using unearthly images that are often collages to comment on everything from world politics to fashion. Her first museum survey, a traveling exhibition called “A Fantastic Journey,” will be at the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami from April 18 through July 6.

VERBATIM

‘When you take Justin Bieber back.’

BRIAN NICCOL, president of Taco Bell, explaining during a Reddit Q&A when the fast-food chain’s new U.S. breakfast menu would be available in Canada

LEAVE IT

• Philadelphia’s Dock Street Brewing Co. is making a Walking Dead–inspired beer made in part from actual goat brains. Sounds zombielicious.

• Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage revealed that he hasn’t read any books in the Game of Thrones series. Somewhere, George R.R. Martin is writing his revenge.

• A Norwegian teen got a McDonald’s receipt tattooed on his arm, then bragged to a local paper about being a “living billboard.” Your move, Miley Cyrus!

• Chelsea Lately host Chelsea Handler will end her eight-season run with E! this year. She has called the network “a sad, sad place to live.”

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This appears in the April 14, 2014 issue of TIME.

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