Sad news today from the world of beloved professional wrestlers from the 80’s. Scott “Bam Bam” Bigelow – charter member of Ted DiBiase’s Million Dollar Corporation and pioneer of the “Wham Bam, Thank You Ma’am” wrestling technique – has passed away. Bam Bam is perhaps best known for his 1995 rivalry with football player Lawrence Taylor that ended in the main event of WrestleMania XI, when LT crushed him. He was also probably the most famous Bigelow outside of Deuce and line of teas. He will be missed.
This week has been all about the gaggle of geese on The View giving us more information about their lady issues than anyone would ever care to know. Why stop now? (And before you waste your/our time, there was no Zarf today. Try to contain your sadness, and direct all complaints to the makers of All My Children.)
Not sure what you need to add to your Netflix queue? Our very own Dan Hopper walks you through everything you need to know about Pledge This, Jackass #2 and Mike Judge’s Idiocracy in our brand new DVD podcast, I Like To Watch.
So what do you think? You gonna listen to Dan and rent Pledge This, or be all lame and watch Pans Labyrinth? It’s your call.
The funniest thing about the similarity between these pictures of Britney Spears and David Lee Roth is that Diamond Dave is the better looking one.
Yes, we know this retro video from Sesame Street is pretty dated, but we thought for sure most people over the age of 15 were familiar with the goal of Captain Vegetable, the muppet who wants you to eat… vegetables. Apparently, we were wrong. The genius of it can be summed up with this quote: “Do I Look Like a Bad Dream?” Anyway, a little mid-day retro flashback.
Britney Spears refers to Us Weekly to figure out who she’s dating, what she’s been up to, and hopefully learn where she misplaced those damn children.
Your turn. Leave your captions in the comments now. (Pic via I’m Not Obsessed)
Well, here’s the best video of 2007. It doesn’t matter how many more music videos come out over the next 11+ months or how many different elliptical machines OK Go performs on– everybody’s going to have a hard time topping this Of Montreal joint, directed by the Homestarrunner guys. Check it out.
Link via Forkcast
It’s a sloooooow news day, so why not a little bit of Cubicle Zen courtesy of K-Fed repeating the word “Nationwide” into a microphone as part of some Super Bowl commercial publicity stunt that people seem to be talking about. Yay!