Archive for the ‘television’ Category
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Pink Armadillo Attack! [Camp Movie Camp]
On the drive home, I was reminded of this awesome bit from Muppets Tonight, Kermit The Frog covering the Talking Heads’ classic, “Once In A Lifetime”. Make sure you watch it all the way to the end for a lovely bit of Muppet surreality.
Once In A Lifetime [YouTube]
Once upon a time, Orson Welles taped a pilot for a talk show. This show, unfortunately, did not get picked up, but we do have an amazingly creepy little clip from it here, where he waxes all profound on Kermit & Co. while interviewing the late, great Jim Henson, and Frank “Yoda” Oz. One can only imagine how much better reality would be if this had gone through.
Orson Welles Creepily Interviews Jim Henson and Frank Oz [The Stranger]
Man, Venezualan prank TV is hard core! This actress apparently has a very deep-seated belief in ghosts, so prank show ¡Qué Locura! (What Madness!) decided to try to give her a nervous breakdown. I love it!
اقوى كاميرا خفية بالعالم روعه [YouTube]
Little know fact: This is one of my favourite songs in the world. Now I will never be able to listen to it without thinking of Miss Piggy gyrating on Rolf’s piano. Fuck.
For Taiwanese audiences through the usage of cheap CGI and copyright-infringing superhero metaphors.
Man, I love reality. I mean, seriously we are like gods. Gods who are easily entertained.
This is just too cute for words. I’m going to miss this Doctor, very much.
Someone made a Li’l Cthulhu cartoon. I don’t know if this is a legitimate project or not, but it’s freakin’ awesome. I’d watch this so hard, it’s not even funny.
The Amazing Adventures of Lil’ Cthulhu [Topless Robot]
Simply awesome! This video clip from a German TV shows shows a pair of T-Rexes, mother and child, facing down a triceratops. Totally real construction, no CGI, and simply amazing. You can really get a feel for the scale of these gorgeous monsters. So damn cool.
Dinosaurs Disrupt German Television Program [Geekologie]
Oh, come on, you know the one. It was just on TV last night…
Leela: They’re going to destroy the entire Earth if they don’t see some stupid TV show about some bimbo lawyer?
Fry: It’s crazy! How could they even know about a show from a thousand years ago?
Farnsworth: Well, Omicron Persei 8 is about a thousand light years away. So the electro-magnetic waves would just recently have gotten there. You see–
Fry: Magic. Got it.
Man, do you think Zeta Reticuli is gonna be pissed when they see the Sleestaks?