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|How Vanna White organizes her yarn|
Vanna White's main job consists of little more than pressing a Sony touchscreen, clapping for effect, and listening to Pat Sajak rant off-camera about how Obama will drive America into financial ruin. After thirty years, I imagine she's trained herself to pretend anything else is more exciting.
|An actual episode of The Big Bang Theory|
I'd rather have BBT be written by the soccer mom and Redditor. BBT writers remind me of Bobby Bittman tailoring his jokes to them basement-dwelling liberry lovers.
|Chris-Chan the Sitcom|
This could be on NBC, right now.
I'm not actually joking. It's a better risk than Up All Night.
|Mayor Tommy Shanks on Gun Control|
The Bob and Doug sketches were just quickly-knocked-off fillers meant both to satisfy CBC, and Canadian content rules. No one at SCTV thought B&D would become the signature recurring characters; Dave Thomas and Rick Moranis just burned through videotape, drinking beer and cooking back bacon, saying "HERE YOU GO, CBC! CANADA! FUCK YOU!"
SCTV as a whole was like that. It only existed because if SCTV wasn't on the air, SNL would have made a play for the castmembers. SCTV basically did whatever it found amusing; if a recurring character and Charlton Heston fit within a Towering Inferno spoof, what the hell, use that. SCTV operated on base survival; I think that helped keep the comedy from becoming too self-important and complacent.
|Condor escapes at a Hockey Game|
That was just a diversion! Meanwhile, FEAR was installing bombs around the Rabobank Arena!
|Rollins Automotive Comercial|
The insane Bob Backlund should have appeared in the 1980s. It would have obviated the need to replace him with Hulk Hogan.
|Here comes Yogi.|
...and better-quality animation than Hanna-Barbera's Yogi cartoons.
|The Best Songs of 1992|
Admittedly, I cried when I heard Mariah Carey's "I'll Be There" back in 1992.
Looking back, I think that was my reaction to sappy, overly-melismatic versions of decent Motown songs.
|Meanwhile in .....|
So, this is an avant-garde, live-action adaptation of a Road Runner cartoon?
|Bravest Warriors Episode 3|
I'd swap out The Goode Family (which was just a rebadged King of the Hill), and put in anything Mitchell Hurwitz has done after Arrested Development. Hurwitz has kind of proven by now that he can't duplicate AD. Also, he executive-produced an allegedly terrible Absolutely Fabulous pilot.
|James Taylor on malfunctioning jumbotron|
This is a stalking horse to hire Otto von Schirach for the 2016 Democratic National Primary.
|Dexter's Rude Removal|
I honestly don't see why this was deemed unfit for kids' television. You'd think after Nickelodeon aired Rocko's Modern Life, and Ren and Stimpy, Cartoon Network would be more worried about the innuendos Dexter's Lab actually got away with.
|A Thousand Monkeys Working at a Thousand Typewriters|
It's not weird. Last Exit to Springfield is one of the Simpsons' greatest episodes. Granted, I prefer Mr. Burns' Grinch-ripoff poem, and Lisa playing Classical Gas.
|Comedy Night (Xbox 360) - The Stand Up Acts of Racist 12-Year-Olds |
TV's Frank presents Virtual Comedy!
|Totally disorganized live New Years Eve broadcast|
Also, someone in the backstage crew talking about working on the Fairly Odd Christmas special. That makes as much sense as everything else on display here.
|Tripping the Rift episode|
A Canadian company, CinéGroupe, produced it. I remember SPACE selling the hell out of this show, back in 2004.
The third season was aired by Teletoon in 2007. SPACE aired the third season in 2010, which - even considering Canadian content regulations - made no sense, as the third season (as well as a "movie" version of that third season) was out on DVD by then. At least SciFi - IIRC - blew through Tripping the Rift's third season one night, then shot it into the sun.
|Showgirls - The 'Digital Bra' TV Version |
Logo aired this twelve times in a row, as its entire "24 Hour Salute to Great American Cinema."
I'm just saying, if Logo wants to air "tongue-in-cheek" camp, MGM has more in its library than just Showgirls. Break out The Apple, or Can't Stop the Music, or something.
|Tom Baker introduces Shada|
I'd feel cheated if Tom Baker DIDN'T act weird.
This rule extends to Sylvester McCoy and Jon Pertwee.
|The Science of Persuasion|
75% of men who point to schlong are more likely to possess bigger genitals. When in conversation with human females, the act of pointing to schlong means 100% of those same men are less likely to be white knights, begging for pussy.
|Father of the Pride opening|
The only thing Father of the Pride is successful at is making me appreciate God, the Devil, and Bob more. I mean, I didn't like GtD&B, but at least that show had some ambition.