An Amazing Tribute To Breaking Bad

This tribute by Alexandre Gasulla stands as a kind of interpretation of Breaking Bad, not just a celebration of it. It is probably watchable even by people who haven’t ever seen the show because they wouldn’t understand the meaning of the scenes they’re looking at even when some of them are technically spoilers. It’s like [Read More...]

Jon Stewart Explains Pizza To Chicago

This is dead on accurate. Jon Stewart has never been righter. Your Analyses of the Greatness of New York Pizza? [Read more...]

Oprah Oprah Oprah

Oprah Winfrey and amazing swimmer Diana Nyad had a profoundly muddled, inarticulate, and self-contradictory conversation about God and souls on Oprah’s show Super Soul Sunday. During the course of this discussion Oprah and Nyad teamed up to create so much atheist outrage and facepalming that it has made it all the way to mainstream outlets like Raw Story and CNN. Throughout [Read More...]

Breaking Bad Summed Up (Spoilers)

Pretty much. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Stephen Colbert’s Tribute To His Recently Deceased Mother

I don’t know how he delivered this without crying when I couldn’t even watch it without shedding some tears: The full episode is must see for the first TV appearance of The Postal Service. They play “Such Great Heights” and a new song. If you have never heard their 2003 album, Give Up – Deluxe [Read More...]

Frank Oz’s Eulogy To Jim Henson

We lost one of the greatest creative geniuses in American history 23 years ago today. Here was the great Frank Oz’s moving and fittingly quirky memorialization of his friend and collaborator. Last year I wrote a post on how much Kermit means to me and why. Here’s part 1 of a wonderful documentary that covers [Read More...]

A Camel That Laughs Like Peter Griffin

In the past I have promised you more actual camels. Behold, thanks to a tip from David, I here give you a camel whose response to being poked/tickled is to make a noise like the laugh of Peter Griffin from Family Guy: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

“You Can Kill Things But Still Like Them”

Rick Santorum says he has “voted to kill Big Bird” and that you can “kill things but still like them.” In other news, Newt Gingrich wants to liberate Big Bird from bureaucracy. [Read more...]

The World of Jim Henson

It was so tragic that we lost such a genius and delightful human being so young. But it was our bittersweet luck that before he died he created so much, so tirelessly, with seemingly every minute he had alive, and therefore left us such a rich legacy nonetheless. In honor of his birthday, here is the first part of a wonderful documentary on his career.
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