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Blake Shelton Is Fine With ‘Doin’ What Miranda Lambert Likes’ – But You Won’t Catch Him Dusting

UPDATED 04/14/2014 at 02:00 PM EDT Originally published 04/14/2014 at 04:30 PM EDT

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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert

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Blake Shelton says all the cooking, cleaning and bubble-bath-making he does in the video for his latest No. 1 hit, “Doin’ What She Likes,” doesn’t venture all that far from his real-life with wife Miranda Lambert.

“I think if you asked Miranda, she’d tell you I cook – I love to cook. I don’t like to clean the house so that part of the video is a little bit far-fetched,” Shelton, 37, told PEOPLE Country, adding that he has more domestic skills than one might expect.

“Making drinks, I’ve got that covered. She relies on me to do the grilling and I like that,” he said. “I’m good at anything that’s country – biscuits, gravy, chicken-fried steak. Look at me, for God’s sake. I cook what I like to eat.”

There have been moments, Shelton confessed, when his best-laid plans for helping out around his homestead have gone all wrong – even if he’s never accidentally set the house ablaze.

“I’ve burned the trash a few times and it got away from me. I’ve caught the yard on fire,” the three-time The Voice winner says of life in Oklahoma, where the star couple, wed since 2011, shares a home. “I’ve burnt up some acreage and had to call the fire department a couple of times.”

Likewise, some of the special things Lambert, 30, has tried to do for him at home have also gone awry.

“We caught some catfish, and she decided to make them into a healthy meal. So she baked them,” Shelton shared. “They sucked, real bad. The only thing you can do to make catfish edible is fry them.”

In all cases, he added, both spouses have meant well. “When things go wrong or don’t turn out the way you pictured them in your head, you just have to go with the best intentions defense,” he jokes. “I have a lot of good intentions.”

And the song’s theme of treating a woman right is a good fit – even for him, he says. “It’s a way to be manly and whipped at the same time,” he says. “But I like doing that stuff, too. I like bubble baths.”

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First Dibs: How Did Jennifer Aniston Get This Gross Scar?

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Which former foe is morning the death of the The Ultimate Warrior? What was Prince George‘s first royal duty? Where can you get a sneak peek at X-Men: Days Of Future Past?

  • Jennifer Aniston is sporting a nasty scar on her cheek, but it’s all make up and it’s all for a role. Aniston is starring in a gritty independent drama called Cake and people are already buzzing that she’s shooting for an Oscar. [Celebitchy]
  • James Brian Hellwig, who is perhaps better known as The Ultimate Warrior, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 54. Hellwig became WWE Champion when he defeated Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania VI and Hogan tweeted out, “RIP WARRIOR. only love. HH.” [US Magazine]
  • Baby Prince George is officially earning his keep as a royal. He made his first public appearance at a playdate with 10 other babies in New Zealand yesterday. [People]
  • If you want to catch a sneak peek at X-Men: Days Of Future Past, you’re going to have to tune in for the MTV Movie Awards this Sunday, April 13. [MTV News]

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Game of Thrones Season 4 Premiere: What We Know Now

04/06/2014 at 10:05 PM EDT

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Game of Thrones is back! With some serious vengeance.

Season four of HBO’s mega-hit fantasy series premiered Sunday night, allowing fans to catch up with its many beloved and despised characters – well, at least the ones who aren’t dead yet.

Here’s what we know now about the goings-on in Westeros and beyond:

Obviously, there are huge spoilers below. Proceed at your own risk!

King’s Landing

The capital is bustling with anticipation ahead of King Joffrey’s wedding to Margaery, who was previously married to his late uncle Renly. While she consults with her grandmother, House Tyrell’s crafty matriarch Lady Olenna, over details, Brienne of Tarth pays her a visit. Brienne recalls seeing Renly stabbed by a shadow that resembled his brother and Joffrey’s enemy, Stannis Baratheon.

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Natalie Dormer and Diana Rigg

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Petulant Joffrey – who erected a silly statue of himself towering over a dead direwolf – is overly pleased with himself for “winning” the war against Stannis and dismissive of his uncle Jaime, who is back in town and fitted with a golden hand to replace the one he lost while held captive by Locke of House Bolton.

Earlier, Jaime was given a sword of Valyrian steel, forged from the late Ned Stark’s weapon, from his father, Tywin Lannister, who asks him to leave and return to rule over the Lannisters’ home in Casterly Rock. Jaime refuses (to leave, not the sword), claiming he wants to stay to protect Joffrey as a member of his Kingsguard. But really, he just wants to be close to his sister and former lover, Cersei. Too bad Cersei, who is drowning her sorrows in red wine, has no time for him anymore.

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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Lena Headey

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The other Lannister, Tyrion, has his hands full. He’s keeping an eye on a vengeful and lustful Oberyn Martell, who’s in town for the wedding and perhaps to kill some Lannisters. Tyrion is also trying to get his very reluctant wife, Sansa Stark, to eat some lemon cakes before she withers away from grief over the death of her brother Robb and mother Catelyn. Meanwhile, his true love, Sansa’s handmaid Shae, is upset that he’s not paying enough attention to her. As if he’s got nothing else going on.

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Peter Dinklagea and Sibel Kekilli

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Sansa doesn’t trust Tyrion but she does find a friend in tipsy knight-turned-fool Ser Dontos, whose life she saved at Joffrey’s name day celebration. Dontos follows Sansa in the woods and offers her some jewels, which she accepts.

Mereen

Far away from Westeros, along the cost of Slaver’s Bay, Daenerys Targaryen is on the march with her council (including Ser Jorah, Ser Barristan, Unsullied leader Grey Worm and the new Daario Naharis) an army and her dragons. Drogon, the largest of her “children,” snaps at her, prompting Jorah to remind her that the growing dragons cannot be controlled. The army, made up of Unsullied from Astapor, is on its way to Meereen, the northernmost city along Slaver’s Bay. Daenerys’s reputation precedes her – and the Meereenese rulers have strung up the dead bodies of slave children as mile-markers along the way. Not that she’s frightened.

The Wall

Jon Snow is back to black after going undercover with the wildlings and falling for Ygritte, who shot him full of arrows when he abandoned the freemen to return to the Night’s Watch. He’s not getting a warm reception from his commanding officers, who don’t trust him and accuse him of breaking his vows, including murdering the Night Watch’s elite ranger Qhorin Halfhand. But Jon is adamant about his loyalty and warns of an upcoming attack from north – and south – of the Wall.

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Heartbroken Ygritte is south of the Wall, preparing for battle with her comrads, including Tormund Giantsbane, who questions whether she ever intended to kill Jon. They are joined by some spooky, cannibalistic wildings, who’ve also made it south of the Wall.

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Rose Leslie and Kristofer Hivju

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The Riverlands

Sandor “The Hound” Clegane still has orphan Arya Stark in his custody. The plan is to go to the Eyrie in the Vale to sell Arya to her aunt, Lysa Arryn. But along the way, they stumble upon Polliver and his band of loathsome Lannister-lovers at the Inn at the Crossroads and kill them in a wild and messy sword fight. The Hound takes his prize, some chickens, and Arya gains a bit of freedom in the form of her own horse and her sword, Needle, which Polliver stole when he took Arya prisoner and killed her friend Lommy.

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Rory McCann

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That’s a lot going – and there’s much more to come. Thank the gods we have nine more episodes! Game of Thrones airs Sundays on HBO.

RELATED: The Hound Just Wants Some Puppy Love

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The 5 Most Millennial Moments Of Comedy Central’s Broad City

If you haven’t seen Comedy Central’s sleeper hit Broad City then stop what you’re doing and watch it right now. With the season finale airing tonight, you only have a few hours left to catch up on what is being dubbed as a millennial hit. In the clip above, Amy Poehler explains why the show resonates with people in their 20s. Of course, it goes beyond the love of the Parks and Recreation star who is one of the show’s producers. In fact, Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson have done a brilliant job of capturing the voice of their generation in 10 half-hour episodes.

1. The Missy Elliott and Nicki Minaj Makeovers

In a brilliant cold open, the show’s two main gals (Ilana and Abbi) roll up into a bank to deposit an $8,000 check. Dressed like Missy Elliott and Nicki Minaj, the girls stage a “make it rain” celebration set to Drake’s “Started from the Bottom.”

2. The Most ’90s Edition Never Have I Ever Ever

When Hurricane Wanda hits New York City, Ilana and Abbi are forced to get closer with their friends during a game of Never Have I Ever. It leads to numerous confessions about remote controls (I swear my roommate has mine in his room), issues with divorced parents (we’ve all been there) and a glowstick rave party (such a ’90s circuit gay).

3. The Evolution of G-Chat

In the modern world of internet and texting, Ilana and Abbi demonstrate how comfortable we’ve become with when and where we communicate. Everything about the conversation is spot on but the best moment comes when you realize just what your friends may (or may not) be doing out of frame.

4. Those Not-Girls Girlie Moments 

One of the most interesting Broad City comparisons has been to HBO’s Girls, which some view as a quintessential millennial experience. In Broad City, Ilana and Abbi take those moments and skewer them in a way that delights Hannah haters while also hitting nearly the same point of view on the head.

5. The Amy Poehler Factor

Of all actresses to guest star on the show, none is more perfect than Poehler herself. The actress represents what millennials love and grew up on when it comes to pop culture.

Broad City’s season finale airs tonight on Comedy Central.

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