My wife sits the kids down this morning to have a serious talk:
Mom: “As you know, there’s a lot of stuff going on this week: grandma and grandpa are in town, momma started a new job this week…”
Daughter: “…the NBC situation…”
OK, that’s it, no more talk about corporate entertainment before bedtime.
When the camera cuts to the kid he is staring blankly at the lens, delivering what one online commentator described as “a 1,000-yard stare,” which itself is kind of hysterical because, you know, he’s got his zombie on.
I’m sure that most fans of Internet memes have seen the “I Like Turtles” kid, but I had no idea until now that the TV station that interviewed him live did a follow-up. Here it is:
I was hoping to find a video that incorporated indy rock, murderous furries, and Neko Case giving Kristen Schaal stabbing lessons. I’m sure you’ll agree that this video does not disappoint.
Update: Just discovered that this video is part of a short video series called Penelope Princess of Pets. Mighty surreal and very funny.
Saw Zombieland last night. Best movie of the year, without question.
From its Wikipedia article comes this gem of a quote:
Shortly after finishing the filming of Zombieland, Woody Harrelson had an altercation with a TMZ photographer at New York City’s La Guardia Airport. His defense was that he was still in character and thought the cameraman was a zombie.
…belongs to the genius Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
The Sears Tower Skydeck is four separate glass retractable “protrusions” that can each hold up to five tons, and is probably the best laxative to be found on the 103rd floor.