The deleted Twilight scene. Ha!
The 10 Ugliest baseball unis of the 70s. Shield your eyes.
10 Funniest Freudian slips on TV. It's a good watch, and all the clips are short and to the point. (Trivia: the lovely lady who says "cock" in #5 is the wife of the current NFL commissioner).
TV Guides claims these are the 20 greatest TV catchphrases.
The best minor league baseball promotion ever. Matt Foley would be proud.
Bryan Fuller fesses up about why Heroes blew. (Blows?)
Oh, Boy! Scott Bakula talks about the 20th anniversary of Quantum Leap. (And who knew that Chuck's General Beckman was married to Enterprise's Doctor Phlox?)
I twittered this, but it's too funny not to reference again: Joe Cocker. Translated with subtitles.
Iowa uses common sense, and some conservatives think it's hard to be "Christian" in public now. So sorry about the potential public scorn directed at bigotry. Sullivan reacts here. The American Spectator calls equal marriage rights "a hill to die on." And what does this mean, politically, to the evangelical right?
100 classic movie lines in 200 seconds.
10 characters Zooey Deschanel should have played.
First Taun Taun sleeping bags, and now this? Why wasn't I a geek child in this era?
Why didn't he just pray, and have god magically fix it so he doesn't look like an al dente noodle in a windstorm in slow motion?
Chicago Trib looks at why NCIS is so appealing. It's weird, I feel the same way. I was looking for an "easy" procedural to watch when I was going to bed, and my TiVo recommended NCIS. I had never given it much thought, but started watching thanks to the USA repeats, and next thing you know, I had seen every episode. At first, you're a little nonchalant and incredulous. How long will Ducky's stories go on? How much can Gibbs glower? What's with the boat in the basement? Is Tony going to shamelessly flirt and quote movies in every episode? Is McGee Neo? Israeli to English doesn't really result in those kinds of malaprops, does it? Is this the sunniest and least hardcore goth chick ever? But after a while, you just come to welcome these characters onto your TV. Yeah, it's kind of square, but oddly addicting.
Zap2It looks at 10 good questions in preparation for tonight's Lost (though I don't think we'll get them all answered, of course).
10 "Wives Tales" debunked.