|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-05-12 |
You could say he was not the brightest bulb, in that light bulbs hadn't been invented yet.
Or that he wasn't the sharpest knife in the draw as either had yet to be invented.
|duck&cover - 2014-05-12 |
The Kenny of science.
Oh, I meant in the biopic. IRL we've all been nitrous huffing rage machines at some point, perhaps multiple points, in the manifold of our shared existence. Although with Faraday, it wasn't clear, as he was always a bit of a fundy drudge.
There was a Faraday biopic!?
People have been withholding important information from me! Mr. Wizard on nitrous-fueled binges, Michael Faraday biopics... Next you're going to tell me there was a dramatization of Keats reading Coaker's review of Endymion!
Well it's this fucking piece of shit is what it is, Arc. It was on the tube last nite on that reboot of Carl Sagan's show. I was pretty stoked too when I stumbled across it, but it was a snooze. I miss Carl's dope smoking fantasies and roman nose. He would have mentioned something about that big chamber Davies constructed for huffing, at the very least.
Ah. Sadness. Also, shitty animation. It looks like a special episode of South Park.
Faradays Law : A new series coming to NBC! Michael takes Humphry's advice and drops his scientific pursuits for a lucrative career as a trial lawyer. Tonight: Michael successfully sues the Royal Academy for theft of wages and intellectual property.
|Cube - 2014-05-12 |
Never put salt in your eyes.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2014-05-12 |
Faraday was the Nicholas Cage of his time.
|exy - 2014-05-12 |
This... is from the Cosmos reboot? It's the first I've seen of it and now I appear to hate the Cosmos reboot.
Executive Producer Seth "Insultingly Stupid Cartoons" McFarlane.
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