First off, read some funny shit on the Web:
Cam’ron is firing on all cylinders at Inside Pulse. This week, he takes on Jermaine Dupri and lives to tell the tale. See, Cam. We each have our own diminutive celebrity fish to fry.
Pamie offers a brilliant take on the non-stop hilarity this is R. Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet” masterpiece. I actually saw that vid last night, and holy Jesus it is the comedy highlight of the year. It’s like “The Thunder Rolls” and “Janie’s Got a Gun” and that other R. Kelly video from back in the day with Ron “New Jack Shitty” Isley in it, all wrapped up in one soapy package. Anyhoo, read Pamie. She’s hilarious.
Ryan Latimer is stepping up to the 411 Movie News plate in my absence. And he starts off my making word love to Bruce Campbell. Something tells me you’ll do juuuust fine, Ryan.
Okay. So I know next to nothing about stocks and mergers, or anything about business at all, really. So I’m not sure what to make of this story. But if it means that I won’t be able to enjoy my monthly Tim Horton's Chicken Club Baguette with cheddar and honey mustard? I will not be pleased.
TV recommendations and more once you click below . . .
Hey, so you know what’s true about the 18-34 year old demographic in which I currently reside, and whose viewership TV networks covet so very much? We’re always home watching TV on Friday nights. No, it’s true. Sure, some might think it common sense that we’d be out drinking, listening to some live music, peeing in darkened alleys, and having dirty liberal sex with each other. But, no. We’re home watching TV.
That must be the case, right? Since the networks always seem to dump interesting programming that would naturally skew younger into their Friday Night
Anyway. If any of you all do end up at home tonight, there’s a bevy of kickass TV shows for your enjoyment:
CBS is making the fantastic decision to re-air episodes of UPN’s Veronica Mars, staring tonight, with episodes airing at 8pm (the pilot) and 9pm.
Fox, meanwhile, offers up two full hours of the best show on television, Arrested Development (8pm-10pm).
Finally, Bravo re-airs its 100 Scariest Movie Moments series, starting at 9pm. For, like, the trillionth time. But who cares? It’s one of the better “list” shows I’ve seen on TV, with tons of out-of-the-mainstream choices, and a bevy of insightful comments.
Lastly, if you’re looking for a movie to rent this weekend, I can’t recommend The Upside of Anger enough. Joan Allen is so superb in this movie, and despite being a product of Mike “The Mind of the Married Man” Binder’s seemingly feeble imagination, it’s remarkably well-written.
Enjoy your weekend!