In mass media
In 2005, Chip was redesigned, gaining a change in attitude.
And that's how the race was run!
You've got power?
Happy 2015, you bojo’s. xo, Steff Bomb
Nike Air Mags for everyone!
we made it! we made it to the year everything looks like it was designed in 1985. toss me a pepsi perfect
in all honestly, i’m upset that more brands didn’t take hold of this. after all, the 80s and 90s came back in, culturally, and what’d we get?
$ curl -s "http://smacie.com/randomizer/borat.txt" | shuf -n 1 -
Turns out smacie.com has a text file containing every single one of the borat quotes, each one on a newline. This makes it very convenient, as this can be done without any sed-parsing, and uses less bandwitdth!
Note that borate quotes are quite offensive, much more so than "fortunes-off"!
by David Winterbottom (codeinthehole.com)
“may your righteous claws rake the guilty flesh from our lawless bones”
recommended by @ianboothby. i only used a fragment of his tweet
the show sets a record for number of times “bechdel” is uttered on air (average 5.6 BPM)
from a suggestion by mikey
Paul Funyons strikes again!
Key & Peele - Aerobics Meltdown (Keep Dancing)
Here it is, my favorite Key & Peele sketch of the season, and possibly ever. This sketch exists because of the brilliance of Rebecca Drysdale, who wrote a script that I immediately fell in love with for it’s darkness and scope. Then we added the combined talent of Charles Papert absolutely nailing the look for both the period broadcast footage as well as the narrative behind-the-scenes pieces, Gary Kordan and his team delivering an authentic and wonderfully detailed set and faux-backstage world for the actors to play in, and Beth Morgan Sanford, Melody Koerber, Scott Wheeler, and Amanda Mofield doing an incredible job making everyone look just right with their combined eye to detail in wardrobe, makeup, and hair, respectively. Once we were on set, Kathryn Burns provided the beautiful and hilarious choreography, guiding both Keegan and Jordan as well as our amazing background dancers to perfection. Keegan and Jordan displayed incredible stamina, dancing for 8 hours and still giving masterful performances, and Hal Rudnick and Clint Howard added an amazing comedic touch to their characters, bringing depth to the entire piece. After we shot, the whole thing was masterfully cut by Christian Hoffman, who waded through hours of footage to find the perfect moments with which to tell the story. Every part of this one came together so wonderfully, and for me it’s a testament to the fact that everyone on our show can collaborate to make something incredibly unique. It’s funny and emotional and disturbing and very, very unlike anything you’d see on any other show. That’s why it’s my favorite sketch.
I LOVED THIS SKETCH SO MUCH.
The technique creates an artificial situation to bring together characters in a theoretically entertaining manner.
Everything is bigger in Texas.
I mean, really, when you get right down to it, it’s just a beautiful melody.
@alfredyankovic: "We should spend time together more often."
Spending Saturday night with @alfredyankovic
What Your Favorite Movies Would Look Like with One Letter Removed
by Austin Light
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Good cop/bad cop - James Adomian.