I think it's way a lotta fun.
Let's play a game: Colbert or Harrison?
Hot tub foot?
good job asr
Hey, I just met you
And this is crazy
But I'm your cousin
So call me Maeby
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Paul Scheer is hosting G4's "Attack of the Show" today!
Jerry Seinfeld has this new webseries on Crackle called "Comedians in Cars Gettting Coffee" and it premieres July 19th.
Seinfeld's made a few missteps since his sitcom went off the air, but I'm pretty excited for this since it looks like it's really just him joking around with other comics, such as Colin Quinn, Brian Regan, Larry David, Michael Richards, Ricky Gervais, and Alec Baldwin (?).
Pepsi Next was in a vending machine at work today, so I tried it. It's a lot less sweet than regular Pepsi and I think it's better. I rarely drink soda, though, so maybe I just don't have a sweet tooth.
Seemed relevant to post due to the Earwolf ads, but I didn't want to put it there.
Here's something random that I'm looking forward to...
We'll just take the fact that this was too long and that you didn't read it...as read.
My wife has added a new awful reality show to her rotation (I can hear and identify Sister Wives from 100 meters) - American Colony. It's about Hutterites, which are like the Amish except they combine the usual insular, ignorant xenophobia with a lack of coherent values, skillful trades or basic grooming. And their dialogue sounds like a child reciting a joke their uncle told them to tell. Look for it!
Has anybody heard about this "Trust Us With Your Life" show basically by the "Who's Line..." guys? The premise is they interview a famous person and they take the stories the famous person tells and do an improv out of it. Um, isn't this exactly Assssscat? The one difference being the person is being interviewed vs delivering a monologe?