Thursday, September 27, 2012

David Byrne, Whitney Houston

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Tom Hanks is awesome.
Smooth.
It's my birthday.

Thursday, September 20, 2012



Time enough at last: Man, what a kick in the balls. If you've never seen the beginning of this classic Twilight Zone episode, don't watch this clip, because it's the end. Instead, start at the beginning.
Pee Wee Herman dance diagram by DKNG Studios
Speech for a Mediocre Country

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Dallas has a pretty rock solid rebuttal.
In case anyone has forgotten the simple charms that the 90s offered, here's Nirvana and Rupaul.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Wes Anderson Commercials



Did you know Wes Anderson shoots commercials? You did? I didn't. WHY ARE THESE THINGS ALWAYS HIDDEN FROM ME? Adweek has 10 Great TV Spots by Wes Anderson that advertise crap like beer, phones, cars, bullcrap like that crap. "Tell people to buy our crap!" the ad execs yell at Mr. Anderson. "Okay," Wes Anderson says, quietly smiling with the secret knowledge that instead he will tell people about magic robots, harried husbands, and the French countryside.
My favorite ad is the kid-narrated one he did for Samsung, which unexpectedly made me cry like Robert DeNiro in Analyze This.
Characters from an Epic Tale, drawn by Tom Gauld.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

My Visit to L.A.: a One Act Play

Doogie walks into a deli in Los Angeles.

Doogie:
Hi, I’d like to buy a sandwich.

Guy behind counter:
Okay, can I see your resume?

Doogie:
Excuse me?

Guy behind counter:
Have you ever bought a sandwich on TV?

Doogie:
No.

Guy behind counter:
Nothing? Not even any extras work in a Subway commercial? 

Doogie:
No.

Guy behind counter:
Do you at least have a snack agent?

Doogie:
No.

Guy behind counter:
Well look, I don’t want you to starve. I’ve heard they have sandwiches in Oregon, give that a shot. Next!

Steve Buscemi pushes Doogie out of the way.

Steve Buscemi:
[something funny]

Monday, September 3, 2012

And now for something completely different. Monty Python at the Drury Lane Theater 1974, shot by Kate Simon, via Stupefaction.