Thursday, April 8, 2010
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
"Your cousins (and for some of you, your abuelitas) have a new favorite song to twerk their chochas to at the family barbecue. Or if your cousins are like my cousins, they will blast this mess from their '87 Toyota Tercel while dropping their snatch to the ground in the parking lot of a Del Taco. Blame Xtina for hollering about doing ho shit in her new song."
"For the record, being 30 is totally f'ed. The battle between girl and woman is Ridley Scott level intense. Can't wait to be 31."
-Mindy Kaling on Twitter
(Thus ends my blogger block. McRib is back!)
Friday, August 14, 2009
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
This video is day-making because Dane says what everyone is thinking: Vanessa Hudgens had her SECOND (yes, there has already been one) "leaked" naked photo. Seriously, stop it.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Friday, August 7, 2009
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Friday, July 17, 2009
- Jimmy is young- a mere 34 years old! Reflecting this advantage, recurring segments include playing beer pong with celebrity guests (even Betty White partook), his unrelenting quest for a Saved by the Bell cast reunion (see Mark-Paul Gosselaar's recent appearance) and his "Intense" segments (Will Ferrell's was comedy gold, as expected). Jimmy's comedic point of view is far more youthful than anything in late night (Conan still rocks, but I'm guessing he will be forced to chuck some of his previous Late Show schtick to uphold the Tonight Show mainstream standard).
- Two words: The Roots. You might think this was sell-outy of the band, but by Jimmy losing the generic, Bar-Mitzvah party vibe other late night bands bring (no matter how great they were pre-network gigs), it ups Jimmy's cool factor and also pulls in some sweet musical guests (as outlined in this article, which inspired the post you're reading).
- Jimmy has love for the game. He grew up a die-hard SNL fan (it's a wiki link, but it's true!) and worked his way from fan to cast member to co-anchor of Weekend Update. For anyone who has idolized a performer, in any artistic capacity, you have to give him credit (in other words, I'm insanely jealous).
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Unlike Ross Geller's, this list is not laminated, so it is subject to revision. In no particular order:
1) Clooney (even though he's better than a list)
2) Josh Jackson
3) Matthew Fox
4) Naveen Andrews
5) Andy Samberg
Oldies but goodies (i.e., possible alternates): Omar Epps, Malcolm Jamal Warner. One or both may be bumped up once Lost ends.