These cartoons of your past have some bizarre fan theories involving death, racism, nuclear radiation, and some other totally messed up stuff.
The Weather Channel leans right, while Game of Thrones leans left. Using data from its Trendsetter app, Engage analyzed “likes” from thousands of Facebook users to tie consumer choices to political preference and engagement.
Nerds beget nerds, so it’s completely unsurprising that these geeky shows contain subtle references to other nerdy shows. To celebrate this contagion of nerdery, here are twelve wonderful easter eggs in television and movies that you really need to know about.
We need to fill the hole left by One Tree Hill.
Everyone remembers the popular cartoons like The Simpsons, Scooby-Doo, and Mickey Mouse. Here’s a list ten cartoons you might not not remember from your childhood.
It’s a golden age of True Pairings: there’s the public coupling of Michael and Jackie (That 70’s Show), as well as Jon Snow and Ygritte (Game of Thrones), plus unsubstantiated rumors of a romance between Mulder and Scully (The X-Files), and most recently, flirty pictures of a reunion between Dylan and Kelly (90210). Who would you be the most excited to see k-i-s-s-i-n-g in real life?
The costume designer of Girls might collaborate on clothing lines — even though sometimes her work is all about “finding [Lena Dunham] just the right pair of gross underwear.” Girls is great in many ways, but what about the fashion on all these other TV shows going unnoticed but wildly relevant today? Everyone wants to turn televised nonsense into clothing lines now (Snooki sunglasses exist) so they may as well reach back to shows that are at least ironically cool now.
It will be interesting to see how they play Claire Danes’ real life pregnancy. Hopefully they won’t have her hiding behind furniture and big coats.
An analogy in which Sony/NBC is a witch. Just go with it. It’ll make sense soon enough.
Coming in 2013, the team that brought you Planet Earth, Blue Planet, and Frozen Planet brings you to our backyard. I hate using epic, but this is truly epic.
Forbes magazine knows the only time the Internet actually pays attention to the publication is when it covers pop culture. Their list basically tells you exactly why television is chock full of reality television, and why certain shows remain on the schedule despite having run their course creatively years ago.
How embarassing… even Cop Rock lasted for weeks.
Miss the obnoxious theme songs, zany punchlines and obtrusive laugh tracks synonymous with 1990s sitcoms? Of course you do.
You don’t have to be Christian to be an American. That is all.
Because you are watching teenagers have sex. View List ›
Remember all of your favorite teen idols spending most of their time at a diner as opposed to at school? Here are 22 of the most nostalgic teen TV after school hangouts that will make you crave some cheesy fries. (via buzznet.com) View List ›
For better or for worse, many popular TV shows would have been totally different had the executives stuck with the actors from the pilot episode. Here are some of the most radical change-ups.
Here’s my own personal list of British comedy I’ve enjoyed over the years. Some you’ve probably heard of, some you haven’t and some are just plain forgotten. Add yours! View List ›
Everyone remember Michelle’s friend Denise from Full House? She’s even scarier than Michelle’s side ponytail. Watch Video ›
I love TLC. View Image ›
Many of the television shows that we know and love took place while the characters were in high school. However, the bolder shows followed the students as they moved on to higher learning. Here are facts that you didn’t know about the college years of different TV shows. (via imdb.com) View List ›
Dishes mentioned on television shows are often too intriguing not to try in your own kitchen. Here are some examples of people who decided to take these culinary creations off their television screens and onto their kitchen tables, even though some of them are rather repulsive. See the rest here! View List ›
Look at your life. Look at your choices. Don’t look at this TV show. (Great Mama Grizzly action at the :15 mark, though. I don’t know. Do want you want. About this show and about life.) Watch Video ›
Ever wondered how much better your favorite TV shows would be if Shia were in them? We have. You know you would never miss an episode of Keeping Up with the KardaSHIAns, you wouldn’t dare turn off Little People, Big Shia, and you couldn’t get enough of Shia’s Anatomy. We are personally big C:S(H)I fans. Over on Shiantology, upload your Shia head and create your own Shia TV programs!! View List ›
Proof that all TV shows occur on the same day. [Ed. Note: Or that print has been dead for a decade.] View Image ›
Ustream.tv is this cool website were you can log on and add your webcam for people to view online. You can make your own online TV shows or just stream your webcam all day long. Ustream.tv is an easy to use, really cool site, were you just log on, make a profile and broadcast from your webcam. You make your own web TV shows, and broadcast them live or have them pre-recorded. On www.DonRoche.com I just broadcast myself working on my computer, when ever I am working at home. You can make an online TV show about anything, politics, current affairs, movies, TV shows, religion, MMA videos, top hat auto wash, Nascar results, alien apocalypse, cute things falling asleep, lions or celebrity scandals. If you set up a cool Ustream.tv show, add a contribution and post it up here! Come Follow me on Ustream! Once you Follow me, you’ll be able to receive notifications for when I start broadcasting, record a video, or create an event. Read More ›
A new show on Spike that features the best of civilization’s warriors duking it out in CGI. First up on Tuesday night: Gladiator vs. Apache! I’ve got my money on the Gladiator. Those dudes were built to survive. Read More ›
The world’s greatest TV show, redone by children. This is the best fan tribute ever. Do I have to say it again? The best fan tribute ever. Period. Watch Video ›