Is there anything left to say about
Celebrity reaction: Not much, unless you count
Media reaction: A mixture of "disgust and sadness," according to Show Tracker, including
Parental reaction: "Thanking God for so many blessings tonight. Continue to pray for world peace," tweeted
Most predictable statistic: At 4.5 million mentions, Miley's was the most tweeted-about performance during the East Coast airing of the show, clocking 306,100 tweets per minute while the spectacle was in progress. That tops the number of tweets per minute about the Super Bowl blackout while it was happening.
Most intellectual-sounding headline: That would go to the Washington Post, which offered its take on "Miley Cyrus and the issues of slut-shaming and racial condescension."
Most understanding spouse: Paula Patton, a.k.a. Mrs.
Best post-performance Photoshop: The one in which Beetlejuice's head is pasted onto Robin Thicke's stripes-clad body while Miley's bent over in front of him, butt right in his crotch.
Best performance reaction shot that turned out to be a complete lie: The reaction of the Will Smith family, which, Gossip Cop notes, was actually the clan's reaction to
Best reason to avoid flesh-colored latex hot pants, as a rule: Click at your own risk, but it's this picture of Miley's butt. More accurately, Miley's butt gone wrong.
Most plaintive tweet of the evening: "ALAN THICKE AND BILLY RAY, COME GET YOUR CHILDREN."