Saturday Morning Slow Jams' slick R&B cover of the Transformers theme. Don't miss their takes on Muppet Babies (below), Ducktales, Pokemon, Animaniacs, and many more.
Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim are known for live performances as weird as their television show, "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!." This Fall, Tim and Eric are going on a North American tour with Dr. Steve Brule (John C. Reilly) of "Check It Out," and the experience promises to be unmissable.
A confession: I'm not a fan of the TV series "Orange is the New Black." I love some of the actors on the show, but I think it's kind of a romanticized white fantasy that makes cute of an experience that is not cute, as even today's headlines on this very blog reveal. With glee, I read this Washington City Paper analysis of the show by a woman who served time in prison on a drug-related offense. She is very funny, and her critique is informative. Read the rest
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The New Orleans Swamp Donkeys play a rousing old-timey jazz rendition of The Game Of Thrones Theme.
Rik Mayall, best known for portraying anarchist Rick in the fantastic 1980s British sitcom The Young Ones, has died. He was 56. (BBC News)
Legendary jazz drummer Buddy Rich hawks Mattel Synsonic Drums, circa 1981 (via Dangerous Minds).
Everybody is invited to the table in Hannibal’s bloody season-two finale. And Theresa DeLucci does mean everybody. She loves a good surprise–or five.Read the rest
A classic moment from the Lecter legendarium hits the small screen. Theresa deLucci reviews the latest episode.Read the rest
The Flash, starring Grant Gustin (Glee, 90210), premieres this fall on The CW.
Theresa DeLucci reviews Ka No Mo, wherein our two favorite psychos’ mutual obsession becomes too much for both of them.Read the rest
Here's a clip from a forthcoming episode of The Simpsons, "What To Expect When Bart's Expecting." The couch gag is directed by Michal Socha, and is inspired by "Chick," a short film by Socha which you can view here (or below), and purchase on DVD here. Did you know The Simpsons is the longest-running scripted show in television history? Yep. Read the rest
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