To me, this is the crossroads the world is at right now. I just finished season five of Orange Is the New Black, where the privatized for-profit prison (based on a true story) really shows how fucked up our jails become when they are ran as businesses. Can you think of something else we recently […]
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What would we do without Saturday Night Live? Seriously. Part of the reason W’s eight years flew by so fast: impeccable comedy week-by-week savaging the dumbass for exactly what he was. And since the oompa-loompa was elected, nothing else has been able to level the playing field so quickly. As a kid, we do exactly what […]
Don’t stop, SNL, you on fire…
I’m not alone… thank god for SNL.
You can always count on Matt Stone & Trey Parker to deliver the news. I think it’s important for all you apathetic snarfs I already called out – since many of you arrogantly watch South Park, to admit that even a show on Comedy Central cares more about our country than you. So put down […]
Weep would be an understatement. God bless Kate McKinnon and Hillary Clinton the two most beautiful women in the world (plus my mom and future wife, lmao…) But for real. I am sickened that the American people are still so close-minded. I leave you with this: if we all stayed the same – wouldn’t that […]
But while Folk Uke is below-the-radar, its members aren’t, exactly: they’re Amy Nelson and Cathy Guthrie, whose respective fathers (Willie Nelson and Arlo Guthrie) are both folk-music royalty. (For Cathy, the lineage goes back even farther: Woody Guthrie is her paternal grandfather.) Source: Vanity Fair
Just finished season four of “Orange Is the New Black,” and with a full moon in the sky and Melania Trump stealing Michelle Obama’s speech from 2008 – you would think we were all turning into monsters. How else can you describe the tyranny in this mad world? While the show is partly fictional, it’s […]
Apparently, Netflix just picked up an animated show staring our boys! John Mulaney and Nick Kroll will star in Big Mouth, with the two Gs as teenagers going through puberty!
The epic ballad from the season six finale of Parks and Recreation: Here’s the best quality version of Guardians & his band: And here’s the cast singing it:
vs. Paul Rudd, son of Sweetums factory owner in Pawnee, Indiana aka DONALD DRUMPF the rich brat who inherited a fortune from HIS father, too.
Is Maria Bamford the funniest person in the world? Probably! Are you mentally unstable/prepared for this show? NO?!