Saturday, May 20, 2006

We now return to our regularly scheduled programming

Sorry about going off on religion in schools yesterday, folks. It had been a long week at work, and I was in a mood. The deafening silence that greeted said post was not unlike the chorus-of-crickets reception given to one of Jim Carrey's stabs at drama ("The Majestic", anyone?). I get the message. I'll stick to tales of whimsy and ribaldry.

In that spirit, here is an episode of "Computerman", from the fine folks over at Enjoy. If you haven't been there yet, check it out. It's a site that posts sort-of TV shows that people make in the DIY spirit and then people vote on whether or not they continue or die. "Computerman" died, but this first episode is solid. "Yacht Rock", a series about the warring factions of smooth rockers in the early 80's like Michael MacDonald, Kenny Loggins and Toto, is definitely worth your time. When Kenny Loggins teams up with Steve Perry to sing the inspirational anthem "Don't Fight It'" to a drunken, pissed-off, down-and-out and laying-in-an-alley Kenny Messina, your skin will tingle.


Ann said...

Ick.I wouldn't call anything that requires looking at Jack Black's flabby half-naked body solid.

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