Morning Links: ‘Mad Men’ Will Return, Lindsay Lohan’s Rough Night Out

● Chuck Lorre still thinks this whole Charlie Sheen thing sucks. In a vanity card at the end of last night’s Mike & Molly, he wrote, dimly, “Love, sex, food, friendship, art play, beauty and the simple pleasure of a coup of tea are all well and good, but never forget that God/the universe is determined to kill you by whatever means necessary.” [Deadline] ● Streetwear clothing line Volcom is suing Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, saying that the diamond logo Jay’s company uses is too similar to their own. It’s one thing, Volcom says, to “throw up the roc” as a hand gesture, but things get confusing when you start using it on clothes and other merchandise. [AllHipHop] ● AMC and Matthew Weiner have finally come to terms, signing a deal for at least two more seasons of Mad Men, without any cast cuts. Keeping Duck and Sally will come at a cost, though: Two more minutes of commercial time per episode. [NYT]

● Lindsay Lohan proved that old habits die hard, ending her night out in New York on the ground, surrounded by paparazzi. On twitter, she defended herself with, uh, clarity: “Is it not allowed to slip and fall? im always a klutz!!!” [PopSugar] ● James Franco thinks the Oscars were a success, not because they were good but because we’re still talking about it. “Well, as soon as you don’t host the way they want you to, they suddenly care, and they won’t shut up about it. Then they can’t hear enough about a show they don’t care about.” [PopWatch] ● Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Candice Swanepoel looks alarmingly skinny in these photos from a recent Victoria’s Secret event, just as she looks alarmingly skinny in all the photos we’ve ever seen of her. After all, she is alarmingly skinny, isn’t she? [NYDN]

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