We'll take it.
While we don't know what sort of decision-making process led up to the sudden-for-us news Monday that Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber were splitting up after 11 years together, the grace with which they announced their breakup made us realize something.
Perhaps we don't want to know what happened. We already had one gripping case of he-said, she-said to contend with yesterday, after all.
But hasn't that been the situation every day? If the "Summer of Splits" was last year, 2016 has been the year of the Spring of Suspicion, the May of Maybe Johnny Depp Is a Jerk, the Summer of Taylor Swift's Discontent and the Fall of Brangelina. All playing out against the most noxious political climate that seasoned experts care to remember (as well as the rest of the non-entertainment world's ills, which may be the reason why we can't get enough Brangelina updates).