Saturday Night Live's 46th season resumed on Saturday, Jan 30th, after the Christmas break with Kate McKinnon playing herself interviewing Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Cecily Strong), a GameStop investor (Pete Davidson), Jack Dorsey (Mikey Day), Mark Zuckerberg (Alex Moffat), O.J. Simpson (Kenan Thompson) and Tom Brady (John Krasinski) discussing current events. As one YouTube commenter put it: "When satire is literally just the news but told in a funny voice."
I was a big fan of the PIT, and visited often with my friend Rob. Vulture: Another staple of the New York comedy scene has fallen victim to the pandemic. The Peoples Improv Theater announced in an Instagram post on February 19 that it is vacating its main location on East 24th Street — home to the… READ THE REST
Back in 2009, Jason wrote about Christmas with a Z, a benefit show with comedian Dana Gould doing a stand-up routine of Dr. Zauis from Planet of the Apes. Now, Dr. Zaius has his own talk show, Hanging with Doctor Z. Hang out with show biz legend Dr. Z as he recounts his fabulous career… READ THE REST
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog interviewed Weird Al for the 2021 SF Sketchfest Virtual Fundraiser. Most of the "interview" is Triumph singing parody songs that he says Al wrote that he didn't. Image: YouTube READ THE REST
Bright, hands-free light isn't easy to come by. Headlamps unnaturally focus their beams in what seems like a laser pointer, and they typically don't produce enough light. And who wants to strap a big battery pack to their head? The Liteband Activ 520 Wide-Beam LED Headlamp lives by a simple motto: see everything, feel nothing. As… READ THE REST
It seems like every company is putting out their own speakers these days. From industry heavyweights like Sony and Pioneer to boutique brands you've never even heard of, store shelves are packed with speaker options. But a small handful of elite names rise above the general noise of the speaker wars. The educated audio consumer sees… READ THE REST
Want to reprint a famous author's writing on your website? You could get sued. Dropped a clip from a TV show or movie into your YouTube video? You could get sued. Have almost any identifiable song playing in the background of your Facebook video? Heck, you probably won't get sued… but that's only because Facebook… READ THE REST