Category Archives: Mike Tee-Vee!

Babel

“Acting more like the overly mannered Vincent D’Onofrio on Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Caruso’s super-serious one-liners and tilted head are hard to not laugh at.” –The Advertiser (Oct. 19, 2005) “As lead crime-scene investigator Horatio Caine, actor David Caruso … Continue reading

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Aries Spears is spot on …

Via AndreaHarner.com via Kottke.org.

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The Definition of ‘Lasting Power’

Via Fazed.net * * * Redacted from an article in Playboy Magazine, June 2000 (PARKER & STONE : A candid conversation with the outrageous duo behind South Park about corrupt studios, evil celebrities and why we should all see Tom … Continue reading

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You tell Who Dat Ninja is on the boat.

Once again I’ve fallen in love with a televised comedy.

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Little fat man who sold his dream …

Absolutely Flabulous

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The Art of The Simpsons

Too many references to count.

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Triumph is having …

…and something I think is equal parts cool and funny.

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“Nope, I don’t need no Internet. No sir, not in my life.”

“Allow me to explain the contamination process: Pinecones go in here. Party liquors come out here, and proceed to here. Fights begin. Fingerprints are took. Days is lost. Bail is made. Court dates are ignored. Cycle is repeated.” –Early Cuyler … Continue reading

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Zach Galifianakis

I can’t wait until Zach rolls through town again. It’ll be absolutely epic. [Update: This is the most incredible array of standup-interview podcasts in the nation. Dig it. Especially Zach’s interview.]

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Can’t stop watching Red Dawn

During moments of great duress, life would be so much easier if we could all just yell: “Matt! RPG!”

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