• Fox is riving their reality show called Someone’s Gotta Go, wherein the employees of small, struggling companies get to “vote off” the coworker they want to be laid off. So. That sounds fun! -Deadline
  • Does anyone still like phrase-based supercuts? I have to imagine that some of you do because so many of them keep coming into existence! For those of you who do: Here is one of people saying, “There are two kinds of people.” (Really, I should have introduced this by saying “There are two kinds of people, people who like phrase-based supercuts and people who don’t,” but it’s too late now!) -TastefullyOffensive
  • Listening to people tell stories is one of my favorite things to do, because I like listening and because I hate talking and because I like stories. Are you the same? Maybe you will like this thing Vulture and UCB have gotten together to produce! -Vulture
  • Uh-oh, 800 hours of content from A&E and the History channel were removed from Netflix on Friday! Because the companies couldn’t come to an agreement over terms of service! BUT! YOUR SHOWS! -SlashFilm
  • Uh, so, nobody is seeing movies anymore. Box office is down 30% from last year. What are you guys spending your money on?! MEDICINE? But there are so many fun reboots to seeeeeee! -FilmDrunk
  • Here are 10 Emmy nominees performing in roles that you may not know they ever performed in! Or, maybe you’ll know all of them! I have no idea what you do and do not know! -HyperVocal
  • Haha, here are 12 belabored baseball metaphors found in reviews of Trouble With the Curve. Did you guys see that this weekend? How good was it? The best? Did you dress like a chair? Oh I bet that was just so funny. -TheWeek
Comments (17)
  1. “Uh, so, nobody is seeing movies anymore. Box office is down 30% from last year. What are you guys spending your money on?! MEDICINE? But there are so many fun reboots to seeeeeee!”

    HAHA!!! That was awesome! I’ve been super busy at work and reading a quick couple sentences of classic Kelly phrases has really made my afternoon.


  2. I like the phrase-based supercuts better than the “cast of show x saying the lyrics of a song” type at least, because the phrase ones highlight some overused trope in popular culture (e.g. “I didn’t come here to make friends”), whereas the other ones are just kind of like “Oh, the cast of this show said every word that occurs in that song at some point over the course of the series.”

  3. Oh no, how will I learn which Ancient Aliens helped defeat Hitler?

    • Super-duper, mega-, ultra-agreed!

    • To be fair, I haven’t explicitly seen that Ancient Aliens was pulled from Netflix… But, then again, I haven’t seen that it wasn’t. Honestly, we can’t prove that other world visitors WEREN’T involved with this. Have you seen the images on Variety today? Could they be depictions of travelers from another world? We just don’t know.

  4. Mitt Romney has a new favourite show! I sure hope he has plenty of time to watch it in about a month!
    American pals, do him a favour and make sure he has a lot of time to watch it, okay? I’m sure he’d really appreciate it.

    • I will be our pleasure.

    • I think it would be funny to see him in that Undercover Boss show. He’d have to go in and pretend to be a normal person working at Staples or whatever else he owns… try to learn some sympathy from people who don’t own 45 houses and store most of their money in foreign tax shelters… then ultimately get exposed to be the terrifying fraud/robot that he is. And, while I have never seen this show, I’m pretty sure the bosses help the people they meet at the end? Yeah, he won’t do that. He’ll tell them that they’re awful and should work harder and borrow money from their parents… like he did.

  5. What are the odds that the difference between getting “voted off” and “fired” is getting unemployment pay?

  6. there are 2 kinds of people in this world, those who don’t have Netflix and those who just got 800 hours of free time to kill.

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