Jim Rash, the comic mastermind who creates Dean Pelton, is also an Oscar-winning writer and Groundling. He also penned tonight’s Community episode, and if Twitter is any indication, the fans want him writing everything forever. I would have to agree, because “Basic Human Anatomy” stands out as probably the best episode of the season.
As we head towards the finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5, now is the time to look back on the queens of the season and remember the flagrant failures that kept them out of the top three. All T all shade, bitches. Continue reading
We’re ten episodes into a season that started poorly, became really good, and then went back to being kind of crappy later. I hate every time I have to say something bad about the show, but, well, yeah. I’m going to get myself a glass of nono juice, and I’ll be back after the jump. Continue reading
Oh come on, Community. Oh come on. This article is a night late because I was watching Space Nazis with friends yesterday, and I’m hoping that the day difference and being apart from the twitterverse isn’t why I’m finding this episode to be particularly un-stellar. Continue reading
Niece and nephews are the best people ever. You get to enjoy their company and regress with them, and then send them home to their miserable parents and get full nights of sleep every night. The only drawback is that children are born evil. That’s right. Every child that you’ve ever loved is born with the essence of the devil inside. My five year old niece, Abby, enjoys playing with Legos, and is compiling a body count higher than Left 4 Dead. She also writes some of the worst dialogue I’ve ever been forced to sit through while watching a Lego play. And now, without furture ado, here is a dramatization of Abby’s theatrical masterpiece, “The Uncles of Deadness.”
Community does keep getting better and better, sending my worrysome “THE END IS NIGH” complaints straight into the grave, happily. The kinks have been ironed out and the show is producing better content with every episode, and Herstory of Dance was loaded with laughter and television wickedness that was worth every moment. The biggest reason? They finally found a way to use Abed properly, something they failed to do all season.
Being a creative comes with perks. I have been given a world of creative friends from so many different corners of the art spectrum, between visual arts, design, film, and music. Today seems like a wonderful day to highlight the creative skills of a few friends. Watch this video, “The Worth of a Heart,” by (e)motion picture, filmed by Rumspringen.
Tonight’s Walking Dead season finale finally painted a complete portrait of The Governor for me. The Governor had started the season as a twisted and morally repugnant enemy, and the quality of the character seemed to degenerate as he morphed into an angry child fueled by hatred and a lust for control. The Governor stopped being either scary or sympathetic, and became a mere asshole, a boring villain fueled by unwarranted rage. Snooze. Well, tonight’s finale changed that.