Weekly Roundup, April 29th

Tomorrow I will be on a plane, New York-bound! Let's celebrate making it through this week.

There's going to be a lot of airport/airplane time for me in the next two weeks: this one is from the Rome airport!

There's going to be a lot of airport/airplane time for me in the next two weeks: this one is from the Rome airport!

- For Hamilton, our favorite writer and musician duo stopped by John Oliver to deliver a performance on the debt crisis in Puerto Rico. John Oliver continues to be our best guiding voice in a Jon Stewart-less world, though I don't have access to Samantha Bee's new show (expat problems). Also for Hamilton, the cast performed at Broadway's Easter Bonnet and took home top prize for their Sweeney Todd tribute (of course).

- We only have the best first family for a few more months, guys. Here's the Obama's being great with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

- Beyonce debuted her new visual album this weekend on HBO and Tidal, later adding it to iTunes. Please think of Android users and add it Google Play soon. That being said, Vulture summarizes each song. My favorites: "Sorry" and "Hold Up." Also, Pajiba put together the best and worst Lemonade responses from white guys.

Wire reminds Donald Trump how sexism works. Hint: the woman doesn't benefit.

- The biggest shock from the season six premiere of Game of Thrones was the ending, revealing the truth behind Melisandre. Slate takes a look at how they pulled the scene off and how other big reveals (in The Shining and The Others) have been accomplished.

- Finally, Time suggests that the most important personality trait is conscientiousness. This is probably click-bait bullshit, but I've had a long week and want to make myself feel better - conscientiousness I got.