Audiences need to let go of their inhibitions and ease themselves back into the world of the Bluths.
Don’t think of this as a giant useless discarded ride. Think of it as a really cool $29,750 chair for your living room!
A Craigslist ad in NY is giving away a three-year-old mini horse named Peggy.
I recently applied to a digital ad agency and was given the assignment to sell something on Craigslist. Anything. Naturally, I sold two hours of my friendship.
Planet of the Crepes? Lord of the Fries? Killin’ it.
They make me want to smack myself in the face and cry. I’m in love with these ugly-cute monstrosities.
“How is zis ze news of stories?!”
Follow these steps and you’ll be cooler than a cucumber on ice, covered in snow. Or just a Portlandia skit waiting to happen.
Google Street view is a revolutionary way to find your way around the world…and the human body.
With prices for moisturizers, shaving products, and shampoos on the rise and too little time in the day for a legitimate spa treatment, taking care of your appearance has become the chore to top all chores. Luckily, there are are cheap and easy D.I.Y. home remedies to take care of every blemish, bump, and boil on your face. This is how you hack your face. Note: there are no knives or machetes within this list. It’s not that kind of hack.
One of the special features in Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense DVD is a series of interviews in which David Byrne interviews…himself. Like he says several times: “It’s like 60 Minutes on acid.”
The Brady Bunch ruined TV spin-offs for a long time. There was The Brady Kids, The Brady Bunch Variety Hour, The Brady Brides, A Very Brady Christmas, and the aptly named hour-long drama The Bradys. TV spin-offs are made when a show does well in the ratings and producers want to milk the franchise as much as they can without exhausting the talent of the parent series. Some spin-offs have does exceptionally well. Frasier, which was a spin-off of Cheers. Maude, The Jeffersons — both spin-offs of All In The Family. The Simpsons, which originated as a series of shorts on The Tracey Ullman Show, and Melrose Place, which sprung from the loins of Beverly Hills, 90210. All these spin-offs got my brain stem throbbing and I procured a list of TV spin-offs that I think should be immediately produced.
David MacLean from NearlyRobots.com sends a lot of content to The New Yorker. They’re not a huge fan of him.
Two NY brothers have taken it upon themselves to search the World Wide Web for dates to their cousin’s wedding. They’re nice boys who promise a night you will never forget.
With the Oscars premiering soon and hoards of people running out to see the nominees, it’s no wonder that a new trend has already started.
Here’s a fun fact: did you know SOME TV shows borrow their opening theme songs from real-life-actual songs? I didn’t.
If you squint, you can barely tell the difference!
Meet Aldous. He’s a desk plant. His opinions matter—especially those on cacti.
Whether it’s Biggie Smalls hawking up a loogie, or the mess of noise at the end of “Undone”, these moments make listeners want to cut off their ears in frustration. Side note: don’t cut your ears off.