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|A MIDI keyboard made out of bread.|
Here in my toaster
I feel safest of all
I can lock down the plunger
It's the only way to live
|Stand-up comic isn't told his audience is going to be all children|
Perhaps the producer was a Howard Stern fan. There's no reason anymore for Stern to feud with John DeBella, but Stern fans are good at holding grudges.
|Ray Stevens - Teenage Mutant Kung Fu Chickens|
So, does this song mean countrified versions of The New Mutants, Ronin, Daredevil, and Cerebus the Aardvark exist?
|CM Punk attacks a fan on WWE RAW|
Hey, look, I'm imitating Brodus Clay! GRR
I just saw a top WWE draw assault a random bystander! Huh!
Well, time to go back to my Brodus Clay imitation! GRR I'M A FUNKASAURUS
|DOG WITH A BLOG|
Big deal. The Littlest Hobo's on Twitter, which renders Dog with a Blog superfluous:
|A Dog's Life|
I submitted this a while ago, but it died in the hopper:
One of Norman Lear's production companies was behind it. I'm not surprised the pilot was greenlit. I'm convinced, in 1979, Lear could pitch a terrible premise on purpose, knowing networks would throw money at him since he was NORMAN LEAR, THE KING OF RELEVANT SITCOMS.
|meet Venus the split-faced cat|
Equinox from Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
|Mars Attacks 'Why Can't We All Just Get Along?' |
Woody Gelman and Len Brown don't get enough respect for Topps' novelty trading cards. Gelman and Brown managed to convince some decent artists - e.g., Wally Wood, Art Spiegelman, Basil Wolverton, R. Crumb - to draw pictures of shitty puns, Martians attacking Earthlings, Civil War soldiers dying in gory ways, etc.
In 2012, Topps has gone from this to Club Penguin and Monsuno cards, and whoring its own nostalgia.
|Ray Stevens - Obamanation|
Why settle for just Gallagher? Why not add Mark Russell to that bill?
|South Park Parodies Honey Boo Boo|
One-starring this not for South Park's current "look at this popular reality show, boy, we hate it" shtick, but for adding "Randy Newman, boy, he'll do a score for anyone" jokes later in the episode. I get it, South Park. You think "I'm Dreaming" sucks.
|Waterworld on Pay Per View|
I can't think of a way to promote Waterworld, and NOT mock it at the same time.
|Pandamonium - intro|
You obviously know about the Pyramids of Power, Apache Chief. Why don't you get off your ass, and use your Indian tracking abilities to find them? I don't even care that you're from a competing company!
|Mitt Romney tries to lead a chant|
I can feel the energy! It's almost Mittgasmic!
|Jo Ann Castle, ladies and gentlemen|
Hey, Jimmy Hart couldn't rely on The Gentrys forever.
|First Look: iPhone 5|
Wait, Leno and Kimmel own Playbooks? Dude, the Playbook can't afford to look less cool!
|Billie Joe Armstrong's tantrum at the I Heart Radio Music Festival|
Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen! We sure did love you! We'll see you next time, we had such a good time playing here tonight! Rock 'n' roll!
|ladies and getlemen, the world's first liliger.|
Titigon vs. Liliger. The Asylum should really get on that shit.
|Saturday Night Live tries to be relevant to the internet|
Even when I watched SNL as a teenager, in the mid-1990s, I enjoyed the 1970s/mid-1980s SNL reruns more. The SNL that was supposed to appeal to me had its moments, but the "eras" of SNL I liked seemed to rely more on decent writing, and musical guests that weren't "let's book this currently popular band."
This is outright pandering. It doesn't matter if it's PSY, Alec Baldwin, or Daniel Radcliffe; current SNL wants me to be amazed at the surprise guest, enough that I'll ignore the frequently bad quality of the sketch. This "sketch" doesn't even have a joke, just an attempt by Lorne Michaels to prove he still follows that "popular culture."
|What is a Kong Bomb? AICN with Harry Knowles|
That King Kong movie prop belongs in a museum? Why don't you DONATE it to one, then, instead of baiting nerds with it on a webshow designed purely to shill your website?
|The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure -- Trailer|
The Chipmunks movies were based on an existing property. Ross Bagdasarian Jr. exerts varying degrees of quality control on his property.
All the Oogieloves "creators" have are money, delusion, and alleged "marketing savvy."