Actress Laverne Cox on stage at The Paley Center For Media's PaleyFest 2014 Honoring Actress Laverne Cox on stage at The Paley Center For Media’s PaleyFest 2014 Honoring “Orange Is The New Black” at Dolby Theatre on March 14, 2014 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

As I sign off for the night, consider this an open thread. What are you watching or reading tonight? And what television, books, movies, music, comics, etc. do you want me to check out next?

-Buzzfeed’s Saeed Jones profiles “Orange is the new Black” breakout star Laverne Cox, and gets at the complexities of the relationships between trans people and the performing arts communities that have historically embraced them.

-The Fug Girls put together a retrospective of some of L’Wren Scott’s most striking dresses on the red carpet, in tribute to the designer after she was found dead in a suicide.

-Time’s James Poniewozik jumps into the #BanBossy debate from another angle: maybe we should start discouraging boys from acting like little jerks, instead of getting everyone in on the act?

-I enjoyed “Veronica Mars,” but Linda Holmes has my favorite critique of it — an argument that Veronica’s ongoing jones for Logan demands a more jaundiced, less romantic eye.

-The first trailer for Paul Feig’s “Peanuts” movie makes me want to hear Linus tell us how to overcome the perils of internet culture in a heartwarming speech scored by Vince Guaraldi.