Alas, Friday Night Lights and Parks and Recreation's best clips aired on weeks featuring better clips.
Also, I can only watch so much television, so some clips (frustratingly) went unrecognized. For example: The menstrual blood incident on The Hard Times of RJ Berger, and Suq Madiq on The Colbert Report. I should open a tip line.
52. Chinese Wrong (The Life and Times of Tim, S03E02)
I can't fall asleep anymore without thinking about death – my parents' deaths, and my own death. It's difficult to be at peace with death when every night, your heart is oppressed with despair over death. I recently jolted awake from early-stage sleep because I couldn't sense myself breathing and panicked.
Falling asleep is becoming increasingly unbearable.
I conceived an Adventure Time + Attack the Block mash-up — Finn as Moses, Jake as a monster — and my sweep of the Internet for any existing Adventure Time + Attack the Block mash-ups morphed into a hunt for the oddest Adventure Time mash-ups on the Internet.
A Year of Disappointment at the Movie Box Office
With five days left in 2011, ticket sales in North America are running about $500 million behind last year — despite higher prices — prompting a round of soul searching by studios trying to determine what went wrong.
I have a reason that no one seems to be citing: Humanity's declining attention spans.
You're asking people to focus on one thing for two hours, which doesn't sound unreasonable, but even my father watches television nowadays with his laptop by his side.
Ezra Miller's IMDb profile picture:
You know you're old when Roland Emmerich's Godzilla is considered ironic.
I've been sitting on a tribute to Emmerich's Godzilla for four years. Maybe I'll publish it in (heh) 2012.
I'm currently reading Those Guys Have All the Fun, the oral history of ESPN. Because I can't highlight my copy:
The story goes that ESPN president George Bodenheimer attended the first Disney board meeting in Orlando, Florida, just after the company had bought Pixar, the innovative animation factory, and spotted Apple CEO Steve Jobs in a hallway. It seemed like a good time to introduce himself. "I am George Bodenheimer," he said to Jobs. "I run ESPN." Jobs just looked at him and said nothing other than "Your phone is the dumbest fucking idea I have ever heard," then turned and walked away. 
When Adam Robot's screen press is operational, I'm gonna pester him to create a bunch of faux uni wear for me – UNBRC (University of Nevada, Black Rock City), SUNY Betamax, a play on Belushi's "College" sweater that reads "Grad School" or "Unemployment"…
50. Ilya Bryzgalov (24/7: Flyers/Rangers – Road to the NHL Winter Classic, E01)
» "I am not seeking forgiveness" (Boardwalk Empire, S02E12)
» Saul assembles Carrie's timeline / David orders it torn down (Homeland, S01E11)
» Woody confronts Milky (This Is England '88, E03)
Rory: The president of Showtime said that the last two episodes "set up a very clear endgame that will take two seasons to tell," so… Dexter and Debra wed in the series finale? Jon: What a wretched season. Rory: If James Spader had joined Dexter, and Colin Hanks had joined The Office, would the current seasons of both shows be better? Jon: Mmm… Rory: Colin Hanks as Gabe's twin brother.
Jon: This contestant on Chopped is sad that her Indian restaurant in Napa is failing. Fuckin' move your restaurant to Sunnyvale or Fremont, dummy! It's not like the Bay Area is hurting for Indian people.
Jon: If I produced Top Chef, the next elimination challenge would be Asian food.
Jon: This Is England '88? Another mini-series sequel? Rory: This is Shane Meadows' Up series.
[…] Jon: The two sequels play like an English Treme.
Q: When did you last see Mission: Impossible II, Jon?
Opening weekend – I think it was Memorial Day weekend – at the AMC Mercado with Claudine.
Q: What do you remember about the film?
Well, I remember Tom Cruise climbing a cliff, and Ben Stiller parodying it on the MTV Movie Awards.
I remember watching the Making the Video episode for "I Disappear," which I believe is the first song Metallica ever composed for a film soundtrack. "Hey, hey, hey…" I remember the band was helicoptered onto a butte.
I remember the video for Limp Bizkit's take on M:I's theme music was only shown in Europe at first.
I remember chuckling at John Woo's use of doves and Tom Cruise's on-screen mid-life crisis – long hair! a motorcycle!
I remember Anthony Hopkins?
I remember the villain severing a finger with a cigar cutter in a luxury suite at a racetrack.
—North Polea, Santanamo Bay, Elf…schwitz.
—The theme of the display is "The War on Christmas."
—What about a nativity scene? Cover everyone's heads with black hoods.
Reality cooking challenge idea: Create a dish using only "as seen on television" kitchen products – Slice-O-Matic, Handy Peel…
Saturday Night Live should have two writing staffs that alternate episodes like Infinity Ward and Treyarch alternated production of Call of Duty games. It could reduce the number of half-assed sketches.