Two and a Half Men Oontz. Oontz. Oontz Edan Alexander Conchata Ferrell
Two and a Half Men goes back to basics with the addition of a cute chubby cheeked child for its final season. Walden (Ashton Kutcher) decides to adopt after a near death experience makes him realize he has no heir to leave his fortune. He and Alan (Jon Cryer) pretend to be gay to improve their chances to adopt but when their first attempt falls through, they opt for an older child in "Oontz. ... [Read More]
Jimmy Kimmel Thanksgiving special on First Black Friday
Online Black Friday deals can be found from the comfort of home but fighting to the death is a time-honored tradition going back to the first Thanksgiving explained Jimmy Kimmel. The late night host previewed a new PBS documentary by Emmy Award-winning director Ken Burns. The First Black Friday reveals the pilgrims and Indians went to war over deep discounts at old timey stores like Very Old ... [Read More]
Spider-Verse 1 Hostess Comic Book Ad Morlun
Before Hollywood started churning out superhero movies, comic books earned extra cash with shameless advertising like Hostess ads starring superheroes. The do-gooders would stop supervillains from stealing the wholesome snacks or use them to get the criminals to willingly surrender. Marvel recently brought back the ads as a joke. Spider-Verse #1 features an inverted ad titled "Late for a ... [Read More]
Powerpuff Girls all grown up in new HBO series Animation Domination High-Def
A Powerpuff Girls reboot will air in 2016 on Cartoon Network but Animation Domination High-Def has re-imagined these delicate flowers as the characters on HBO's Girls. Professor Utonium creates the twenty-somethings by mixing together sugar, spice and everything nice, then accidentally spilling in narcissism instead Chemical X. Blossom goes from being the smart one to the fat one, who is ... [Read More]
Walking Dead Self Help mustache Abraham Ford Michael Cudlitz mullet Eugene Porter Josh McDermitt
Things really got hairy in The Walking Dead episode "Self Help" which is named after the bookstore section where Eugene (Josh McDermitt) spies on a sexual encounter between Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Rosita (Christian Serratos). While traveling to D.C. Rosita offers to cut Abraham's hair, which isn't the only thing getting wild. "Maybe I'll let you shave me down all over, dolphin ... [Read More]
Robot butler serves up big laughs in Wink commercial
Wink is a smart app for smart homes. "It's like a robot butler but not as awkward," touts the commercial series featuring a mechanical mascot. The ASIMO knockoff isn't just physically awkward. It develops human emotions, which leads to some awkward moments. A woman working out is leered at by her robot butler while it dusts a phallic looking cactus. It gives a whole new meaning to rise of the ... [Read More]
Jimmy Fallon translates Obama doublespeak on immigration
President Obama has insisted he doesn't have the power to single-handedly fix America's broken immigration policy but this week he announced he will take action if congress does not act. The bilingual speech was translated on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. "I've asked congress for their support but they continually shrugged me off," he explained in English, which roughly ... [Read More]
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare quick time events added VG Cats webcomic
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare received bad reviews for its use of the quick time event (QTE), which allows players to interact with cut scenes with the simple tap of a button. When the protagonist and antagonist (Kevin Spacey) attend a funeral for a fallen solider, the player is prompted to pay his respects by holding a button. More morose moments are reduced to QTEs in the latest VG Cats ... [Read More]
Guardians of the Galaxy gets super-sized parody
Guardians of the Galaxy plot holes get filled in a new parody by How It Should Have Ended. The 6-minute long video addresses everything from the improbable dance off scene to Yondu whistling armed guards to death without any of them taking the shot. Unfortunately, there's no mention of how the Walkman batteries are still working after all this time. If you thought the Howard the Duck cameo ... [Read More]
SNL Dudleys sitcom Woody Harrelson Kenan Thompson Uzo Aduba
Saturday Night Live host Woody Harrelson stars in a parody of politically correct sitcoms. CBS' The Dudleys is initially a generic sitcom featuring Beck Bennett and Kate McKinnon as a generic white family with two adorable girls. The network continually recasts the characters to make the show more diverse. Harrelson and Kenan Thompson are cast as a gay couple and Uzo Aduba (Orange Is the New ... [Read More]