Going off on pop culture
HBO is bringing Gervais' podcast to life! To animated life, anyway.
Doesn't Gervais look like Fred Flintstone there.
It starts Feb. 19....Read more »
Final Season Of 'Lost' Promises To Make Fans More Annoying Than Ever
From the video: "Experts warn it could be years before Lost fans are safe to converse with."
Thanks Onion!...Read more »
According to a recent survey by local non-profit LINC, a majority of artists — including those working in fine art, music and literature — have been making less money and finding fewer outlets for their work over the last year.
Michael Royce, executive director of the New York Foundation for the Arts, said a unsettling percentage of artists have been struggling.
“The...Read more »
Just put the Onion AV Club in your RSS feed already! Today they have hilarious and hard-hitting interviews with Beth Grant (you know who she is; see video above) and Brian Baumgartner, who plays Kevin on "The Office." BTW, here's what his voice actually sounds like....Read more »
New York on the Clock: Nathan Stodola, Renegade Accordion from Thirteen.org on Vimeo.
I saw this guy playing outside the Highline earlier this summer. It was so wacky-cool. And now I know all about him.
Toward the end, he explains how an accordion actually works, which I found pretty interesting....Read more »
Alright, Fallon. You win....Read more »
• Here's a quick preview of the "How I Met Your Mother" musical episode:
• This site has some preview clips of Will Arnett's appearance on "Parks & Recreation."
• The Hollywood Reporter talks "Lost" with Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. They don't give anything away, of course, so read on, spoiler-phobes. ...Read more »
The internet keeps eating this post, so hopefully it turns up this time: Neil Gaiman writes and directs. Bill Nighy and Amanda Palmer star. Palmer and Gaiman dating, according to this article that's actually not so interesting apart from that factoid....Read more »
This is for diehards only, but it's a pretty funny summary of "Battlestar Galactica" set to the tune of "Bohemian Rhapsody." Um, do I even still have to say spoiler alert?
ETA: Kind of related, Gizmodo recently pointed out this essay wherein Joseph Shoer, a Ph.D. candidate in aerospace engineering, breaks down what a real battle would look like in space, and how...Read more »