Screen Junkies took a chance to get some of the cast of "Seven Psychopaths" to read Honey Boo Child, the results of which are splendid. Watch Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell read classic lines from the train-wreck show.
Stay tuned for more after the bump.
Since politics is generally a touchy subject, like religion or parenting, I try to avoid it. But Bad Lip Reading is just so darned silly and random, I had to show their version of the Presidential Debates, "Eye of The Sparrow."
I want to be friends with the people from Slackatory, if for nothing else than their love of "Mad Men" and the creation of this supercut. Here is every on-screen drink in the shows 5 seasons, in less than five minutes. Oh man, my liver cringes just watching it, and it is glorious.
Sadly, it took me until last season to finally give up on NBC's "The Office". It should have ended four seasons or so ago, but it still remains on the air and a spin-off is in the works. So it came as a shock to me when a clip from this current season started showing up online, as I didn't know it was possible for them to be relevant or funny again. I was mostly right, but also wrong (at least in this instance). Witness one of the better Jim Halpert pranks on co-worker Dwight Schrute.
On the other hand, "30 Rock" is ending its run as well this year, but they seem to be more relevant than ever. Considering this final season's arc looks to be "tanking NBC on purpose", I care a lot more about it than I possibly would have before. In honor of the shows final season, here is a nice cut of Kenneth's darkest moments in the shows history, from the fine people at Flavorwire.
I don't like doubling down on my sources very often, but damn it, Screen Junkies has been on fire this week. This "Honest Trailer" of the lackluster block-yawn-ster, "Prometheus", really made me happy, if for nothing else than "Space Vagina".