I have this song in my iTunes. I purchased it. With money. And I love it.
I like a man who knows how to take charge and TELLS me we’re in business together. You’re all right, Spam Guy!
In honor of Arrested Development coming back next Sunday, here is a photo of young Jeffrey Tambor on the short-lived 1987 show Max Headroom.
Downton Diddy actually a FunnyorDie sketch
I spent about twenty minutes post-Gethard Show discussing the unquestionable merits of Sean Combs. He’s actually an incredibly intelligent business mind. I wrote a ten page paper about him in college. This video is funny.
They’re everywhere, and they’re targeting a teen near you! Mark Seliger captures the girl-power goddesses and cute-boy wonders currently wowing Hollywood, while Krista Smith pops a quiz on their crushes and pet peeves.
This is a Vanity Fair article about the teens who were dominating movies and television in 2003. It might be the funniest thing I’ve read all month (especially considering what’s happened to most of them in the past 10 years), second only to the Amy’s Baking Company fiasco.
His name was Michael (on the show, that is - his real name was apparently Brian Eppes), and he was one of the kids on Barney. He was my first celebrity crush, and my first imaginary friend. After Barney, Brian decided not to pursue acting further. I hope he’s doing OK.