1. Let Drew Droege, or rather, "Chloe Sevigny" take you through her eclectic Thanksgiving day cooking routine. If you can stomach it.
2. Bert and Ernie aren't gay. In the new book Sesame Steet: A Celebration of 40 Years of Life on the Street, current Sesame Workshop President and CEO Gary Knell finally addresses the hot topic: "They are not gay, they are not straight, they are puppets. They don't exist below the waist," he writes. Is this an acceptable answer or a cop out? If puppets can't have feelings for each other, what about Kermit and Miss Piggy? [Wall Street Journal]
3. After the Duggars of TLC's 19 Kids and Counting were caught campaigning against an Arizona anti-discrimination ordinance that expanded protections for LGBT citizens, viewers signed a petition demanding the network to pull the show. Now, they're donating to Arkansas LGBT charity Lucie's Place in protest of the family's bigotry. [The Bilerico Project]
4. NBC will be airing The Making of Peter Pan Live! as a sneak peak at the network's upcoming December musical extravaganza tonight. Eager viewers can expect to learn a lot about the show, like how Tinkerbell will be portrayed and what Allison Williams' (who plays Peter Pan) personal history with the play is! [Variety]
5. Want to know how the bigwigs of the fashion world do Black Friday? Check out interviews with Harry Brant, Brian Atwood, Meredith Rollins, and more to get the lowdown. [Fashionista]
6. Nielsen, the company behind the numbers that have killed so many beloved programs, is looking to rate online shows, like Orange is the New Black and Transparent. Let's hope Litchfield doesn't go the way of Firefly. [THR]