Welp, it’s a big day for pop culture on the Internet — but you might be missing out if you work in an office that’s not a big fan of gratuitous nudity and overt descriptions of sex acts.

Never fear: We will risk our own Google work search histories to help you catch up without getting fired.

Rihanna’s new music video

After much hullabaloo, Rihanna released the long-awaited music video for her most recent single “BBHMM,” otherwise known as “B—- Better Have My Money.” The trailer she showed at this Sunday’s BET Awards was only a slight glimpse into how oddly violent and strange the full seven-minute clip is.

Before the first minute of the small film is even over, we see a wealthy woman — presumably the B-word who has Rihanna’s money — getting ready for the day in a classic see-through bra. As expected, the video then shows Rihanna and two galpals kidnapping her. Said kidnappee ends up in the trunk of Rihanna’s car, which is unsurprising given the accompanying lyrics: “Your wife in the backseat of my brand new foreign car.”

But in between, we see shots of the now-topless woman. The first comes as she is held, hands behind her back, by Rihanna’s fellow kidnappers in their getaway convertible, and the next as she swings upside down from a rope in what appears to be an abandoned warehouse. (But don’t worry, the gratuitousness goes both ways: Rihanna ends up completely naked with strategically placed dollar bills over her nether regions by video’s end.)

The rest of the video mostly depicts Rihanna and her crime-happy friends hiding the fact that the kidnapped woman is accompanying them against her will. This includes covering her mouth in duct tape with lips painted on as she’s passed out in a kiddie pool on a yacht and striking her in the head with a bottle when a sheriff rolls by so she seems like she’s asleep. It’s not until they dress the woman up in a motel room and help her take bong hits and swigs from a bottle that the interaction seems mildly pleasant — until the next day at the motel pool, Rihanna strategically holds the woman underneath the water so as not to alarm the sheriff who passes by again.

With all that set-up, you’d assume that the woman is in for a killing, right? Well, you’d be wrong. All of this is a ruse to attack the person she actually wants — her accountant, the woman’s lover. The last two minutes show Rihanna carefully selecting a murder weapon for the man that has been stealing all of her money. The video ends with Rihanna, doused in blood, sitting in the trunk that once held the woman and covered in the money she has managed to get back.

The Barbados-born star never been one to shy away from controversy, and she certainly seems to be courting it in this case.

Here’s the real video, if you dare.

The full “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” trailer

If you’ve seen the original “Wet Hot American Summer” movie from 2001, it’s not difficult to imagine why the trailer for the new Netflix mini-series is a bit inappropriate for broader audiences. The first campy (pun intended) cult classic was well-known for its oddities and strangely explicit one-liners, and its new iteration proves to be no different.

The promo ad for the prequel series immediately starts by touching off on the fact that there should be “no relations between campers and counselors” this year  — before rattling off what acts could justifiably define said relations. (“Necking” is the only work-appropriate one.)

And just like the last go-round at Camp Firewood, the show seems like it will largely use the theater program as its nexus for plot points.

Everyone appears to be up to their old antics: Amy Poehler’s theater director character remains abusive to the campers; Chris Meloni is haunted by his military days but performs daring acrobatics regardless; and Paul Rudd perfects his disgusting come-ons. The trailer shows a sneak peek at a mildly traumatizing scene involving Elizabeth Banks and a shared birth control method, and later, Kristen Wiig non-subtly looking for a coxswain to help her row.

The already impressive cast from the original film (Poehler, Meloni, Rudd, Banks, Bradley Cooper, Michael Ian Black, Janeane Garafalo, Molly Shannon, Jason Schwartzmann, Ken Marino, David Hyde Pierce, Michael Showalter, David Wain and others) has only been enhanced for this second ride. According to the clip, we can expect to see Wiig, Josh Charles, John Slattery, Michael Cera, Chris Pine, Jordan Peele, H. Jon Benjamin, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Lake Bell and — as the credits frame it — “introducing Jon Hamm.”

Check it out yourself, if you’re allowed.