As the year comes to a close, it’s important to take a moment to remember the good friends we’ve lost along the way. Whether those friends were meth dealers or paper salesmen or serial killers that kill other serial killers, they were all important to our lives.
Here’s a look at some of our favorite television shows that ended in 2013.
Before we say anything else, there ARE spoliers in this. If you’re not completely caught up. Don’t push play.
With television’s best series ending on Sunday night, we (Damian Thomas and Chris Olivieri) thought it would be fun to make a Breaking Bad tribute video in the style of that famous “Time of Your Life” clip from the Seinfeld finale.
Thanks, Breaking Bad you made our Sundays pretty good.
video proof that the world was coming to an end in Annapolis, Maryland last night, but apparently the disaster was mysteriously averted. Some of us here at the DAPS office believe if was Santa Claus who saved the day, because an apocalypse would totally ruin his holiday!
Every once in a while, an idea so good strikes, that it cannot be shaken until it has been realized in the world. Deep frying pastries is one of those ideas. Learn more about how they were made on Dog and Pony Show.
Bacon will soon be gone forever. (Not really, but could you imagine if it were?)
COLLEGE!!! Just in time for Labor Day weekend, and more importantly the start of the new college semester, DAPS is here to provide you with the next big thing in drinking.
Everything else has expert commentary, why not viral videos? Dog and Pony Show’s Carlo Montagnino goes all ESPN on this video of a wannabe daredevil attempting to jump over a small barbecue grill.
Back in 1995, Val Kilmer was Batman, TLC was warning about chasing Waterfalls, and a wacky fad called “the internet” was creeping into our collective consciousness. The funny thing was, not everyone was hip to it.
One actor, two amazing roles.
With the Expendables 2 hitting theaters in August, we took a look back at Sly’s early work with this supercut of kills from Rambo: First Blood.