Can you think of anything more offensive than a newborn baby thrown in a dumpster emerging from the garbage to sing a song called “Prom Night Dumpster Baby” alongside a chorus of other recently discarded babies? I’ll let you think about that for a while. In the meantime, check out this clip from last night’s episode of Family Guy. It’s nice to know that there’s at least one show on TV that just doesn’t give a f**k.
It’s Best Night Ever for Sunday, March 4th! Michael Cyril Creighton is here to walk you through the best moments of Sunday night TV, including: Desperate Housewives, Rome, The Amazing Race: All Stars, the series premiere of The Winner, and the season premiere of our favorite not-hookers reality show The Girls Next Door!
Check Michael blogging away at Perpetually Nauseous!
For more Best Week Ever, watch it sober on VH1 tonight at 11, or check it out hungover all weekend long!
Every day when Ellen’s overcaffeinated talk show comes on our office TV, accompanied by that suicidal-though-inducing theme song about having a little fun today, my head turns on its own volition, completely against my will, to look on helplessly at the nightmarish spectacle of Ellen dancing her way through an audience full of touristy Midwestern soccer moms who are having the time of their life. Ellen does this “electric arm slide” thing that sometimes makes want to beat myself to death with my own stapler. Anyway, have a good weekend.
Tonight’s brand-new episode of Best Week Ever (Vh1 at 11pm ET!) promised to pack in lots of hilarity, but in the meantime, enjoy this dramatic interpretation of Mary-Kate Olsen’s debut as a columnist for The New York Times, as performed by panelist Melissa Rauch.
Shea Hess likes to watch (DVD’s, that is. Pervert.) That’s why she’s here to walk you through three of the hottest DVD releases of the week: Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny; Jesus Camp; and Stranger Than Fiction. Enjoy!
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In our effort to make 2007 the best year ever, every week we’re going to declare that something is “back.” Last week, we brought back “Not The Mamma”, the second most famous catchphrase from the doomed 1991 sitcom Dinosaurs. This week, we’re going to make the bold declaration that the song “Peaches” is Back in ’07. It’s taken 12 years, but maybe it’s time to give The Presidents of The United States of America the respect they deserve. I mean, these guys were singing about fruit and fighting ninjas in 1995? Truly ahead of the curve. You can just feel it- America is ready for a PUSA comeback. That’s why we’re saying that “Peaches” is back in ’07.
What do you want to see Back in ’07? Serious responses only, please (this is a very, very serious matter.)
Note: If you’re ever presented with the opportunity to paint Adriana Lima, please restrain yourself from making a metaphor regarding the “dipping” of your “paint brush.” It won’t be easy, but it’s probably for the best.
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