Happy Independence Day, everyone! I hope most of you have tomorrow off and that everyone has a chance to enjoy some great weather, relax with the people they love and eat something delicious. In keeping with the national holiday, our question of the day is: What is your favorite piece of pop culture that you consider most quintessentially American? The response does not have to be particularly patriotic. I am going with professional wrestling.

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey (Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Reuters)

• Speaking of which, the idea that John Cena is going to be in a movie with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler is just too delightful for words.

• You can buy Laura Palmer’s house from “Twin Peaks,” if your taste in real estate runs to the extremely unsettling.

• Alan Sepinwall and James Poniewozik on the 25th anniversary of “Seinfeld.”

• The quest to organize folks working in reality television heats up again.

• I’m looking forward to reading Ruben Castenada’s book about Washington, D.C.’s S Street and his own addiction.

• The Chinese actresses you are going to see more of in summer blockbusters.

• Katherine Heigl on how over-committing to romantic comedies hurt her career.

• I would be curious to know how other visitors reacted to Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy at “A Subtlety.”

• We need to continue the campaign for Maisie Williams and Rory McCann to star together on “True Detective.” Or a buddy comedy. Or anything.

• The economic decline of Hollywood comedies.

• Someone please explain to me how you could do a “Game Of Thrones”-themed wedding without being incredibly anxious the whole time.

Alyssa Rosenberg blogs about pop culture for The Washington Post's Opinions section.