Where to begin?
Ted Allen on The Alton Browncast:
There was a pilot made for Chopped that never aired – I have a copy of it – in which the concept was very different. The original Chopped was set in a mansion. The host of the show was the butler of the mansion, in a tuxedo. The host would hold a chihuahua. The contestants would pull up in limousines. And, each course, when somebody was chopped, their food was fed to the chihuahua.
Starting in September, visitors to Universal Studios Florida will step into the "Cabin in the Woods."
Halloween Horror Nights creative director Mike Aiello describes the flow of the haunted house maze experience as a "chronological retelling of the film from beginning to relative end – minus the gods destroying the Earth." [source]
Alas, the elevator ride is static.
I have watched this outtake from The Master on repeat for the past five minutes and the magic of the first viewing has not diminished. Everything about it is perfect – Philip Seymour Hoffman's reaction, Joaquin attempting to stifle (or should I say quell?) his own laughter and mostly succeeding. Farts are great, you guys. [source]
"Why doesn't Malkin have a playoff beard?"
"Has a player ever donned a fake beard?"
"Evgeni Merkins, heh."
Vernon Chatman is half the brains behind Wonder Showzen, as well as a behind-the-scenes player on South Park and Louie.
In his new book, Chatman hires barely literate essay writers to complete perverse assignments like, "How would the Bible be different if it starred the giant spider from Kafka's The Metamorphosis?"
This should be the Breaking Bad spin-off.
Where do I begin?
After removing a light-blue button-up shirt to reveal a t-shirt onto which he'd scrawled "KILLER" in black marker, T.J. Lane, who pleaded guilty last month to murdering three teenage boys in a school shooting, smirked as an Ohio judge gave him three life sentences without the possibility of parole.
Lane responded to the victims' grieving families with two brutal sentences: "The hand that pulls the trigger that killed your sons now masturbates to the memory. Fuck all of you." He then gave them the finger. [source]
Even Marshall Henderson's like
and he gives ZERO fucks.
Oh. my. God. Becky.
I WANT TO GO THERE.
And the frontrunner for oddest line-up of the year goes to…
Oh and it's on 4-20.
Oh. The dancing 48-year-old in the Black Keys' "Lonely Boy" video.
"I'm elated, and I'm still in shock, to be honest. I've been out [in Los Angeles] for 10 years, pursuing acting and music, so hopefully this will lead to more work," he said.
10 months later:
"I just did the ESPY Awards at Staples Center, working security." [source]
Up until a couple weeks ago, Wansley had a full-time job as a Software Test Engineer. His biggest thrill as a musician in recent years was landing a role in the chorus of the Seattle Opera's production of Porgy and Bess.
A couple weeks later:
Wanz is working on his own brand, setting up a merch website, working on a new EP, and looking to find a way to profit off a series of sayings he's coined over the years, referred to collectively as "The Book of Wanz."
Asked if he's worried about being pigeonholed by that one lyric ["this is fu-cking awe-some"], Wanz says, "I'm always gonna be the 'Thrift Shop' guy. The question for me has been, 'Am I gonna stay that guy, or am I gonna be the guy who came in as this, and then they found everything else?'"
Oh Wanny… You and I both know that you're gonna stay that guy. You are Dido to Macklemore's Eminem, Super Cat to his Sugar Ray, LV to his Coolio, the gotta keep 'em separator to his Offspring.
Idea: A bizarro episode of Saturday Night Live that's just an hour of sax solos.
Idea: A coffee table book of actual Sony patent drawings.
Rory: i've never heard of this frank mcklusky film
Steven: it's like ace ventura
Surely they could've found a better third film, and one from 1994 like the other two.
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
Exit to Eden
All fine options.