Did anyone notice that Dead Stars put out a new record a couple months ago? Me neither!
And here’s why. They are making another one.
As near as I can tell, Jiskefet was a Dutch sketch comedy show that came and went for 16 seasons between 1990 and 2010. Here’s their take on how British sports appear (and sound) to the rest of the world.
I never really had the classic “I’m in college so I like M.C. Escher” phase, so I’m kind of enjoying this stuff now. The above video is not available in your region, bastard, but hopefully will be soon. I included the trailer mostly for Graham Nash’s cleavage.
The podcast is good.
I’m cautiously optimistic, but the showrunners have a pretty uneven track record.
Available to stream on Netflix starting tomorrow.
UPDATE: Also, this billboard may be the coolest thing I’ve ever seen.
Anyone else have a turtle problem? No?
You don’t need a criminal lawyer, you need a criminal lawyer.
From a site I used to like, and begrudgingly still read despite its having been made a shadow of its former self by a corporate overlord a few years ago …
The season five premiere is a two-night event that begins on Sunday, February 23 at 9:00 PM ET and continues with the second episode on Monday, February 24 (preceded by a rerun of the season premiere). In the 10-episode fifth season, “Jimmy McGill’s (Odenkirk) decision to practice law as ‘Saul Goodman’ creates unexpected and profound waves of change for those in his orbit,” according to AMC’s press release.
Season 2, episode 3 of The Young Ones, featuring Terry Jones as the drunk vicar and musical guest The Damned. (Original air date May 29, 1984.)
Happy Halloween, bastards.
Funny in subtle yet complex ways. I give AI two years and we’re toast.