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 +1Posted on Sep 26th, 2012 | re: Late Night With Jimmy Fallon's Classic TV Theme Song Medley (4 comments)

this whole website is now permanently ironic because of italics, that’s some next level shit right there

 0Posted on Aug 28th, 2012 | re: Here Are Some Afternoon Links! (16 comments)

cool link to a blog that’s not even a tumblr that hasn’t been updated since 2011, pls go back and stop 9/11 next

 +13Posted on Jul 30th, 2012 | re: Top 10 Reasons NOT To Vote For Barack Obama (77 comments)

that’s Sixpence None The RICHER, you history’s greatest monster!

 +7Posted on Jul 19th, 2012 | re: Let's Talk About Anything BUT This Video! (28 comments)

what is happening with the background it’s distorting in his presence we have a reality anomaly here excise spacetime quadrants why isn’t the basecraft responding oh shit i’m stranded here #yolo

 0Posted on May 3rd, 2012 | re: This Ashton Kutcher "Dating Video" Is Incredibly Upsetting (40 comments)

Awesome, they found a way to combine The Love Guru and The Master Of Disguise into one person. Cool post-Wayne’s World utter comedy collapse, bro.

 +9Posted on Apr 19th, 2012 | re: R.I.P. Cash Cab (22 comments)

Sorry I was managing an extreme allergy headache. Here’s how it works:

Scouts for the show find people in various locations around New York (my wife and I were scouted at the Prince St. artist’s market where we were working) and tell them that they’re with some other cable channel doing a show about local’s favorite spots in the city. They ask if you want to do the show, we said yes because whatever. We picked a restaurant that I used to bring my wife lunch at every day when she worked at ABC Carpet & Home designing rugs.

On the day of the shoot, they ask you to go somewhere else in the city. A producer meets you and gives you a flimflam about how the crew is running late, the day is scheduled really tightly, the car service isn’t showing up, etc. You’ve already signed your image release forms for the show. She tells you that she’s just going to hail a cab and the crew will meet us at the destination.

She steps out into the street and hails a cab. You get in. Then lights start flashing on the ceiling and your wife yells “WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS????”

We had never seen the show so literally had no idea what was happening. There are little pinhole cameras in like six different places. The producer leans in the window and explains the rules.

The best part was that as we were getting ready to drive, a cop came and pulled the Cash Cab over because its windows were tinted too dark (which they do for better filming, obviously). Since we had no idea what was happening, for a second we thought this was some kind of meta-prank and Cash Cab wasn’t even a real show.

I was also on Blind Date but that’s a much longer story.

 +4Posted on Apr 19th, 2012 | re: R.I.P. Cash Cab (22 comments)

I was on this show. Won a thousand bucks. The way they set it up (hint: it’s not just a random cab that comes and picks you up) is pretty ridiculous.

 +30Posted on Apr 10th, 2012 | re: Everything About This Nike Video Is A Terrible Fucking Lie (125 comments)

This whole fucking thing could have been done on a greenscreen with no loss in quality.

Is it just me or are these newer Muppets just completely charmless? I mean, there’s already a bear Muppet. He’s Fozzie Bear and he’s like a failed vaudeville comedian and he’s hilarious. So why build another bear Muppet, call him Bobo and make him I guess mentally deficient? What niche does he fill? “Pepe the King Prawn” is basically a Jeff Dunham gag with a small percentage less overt racism. And the big monster is just like all of the other big monster Muppets with different colors. When I think Muppets, I think Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo. This is like going to see Cheap Trick and getting rickrolled by the Jonas Brothers.

Also Lost: sucks, is retarded.