I found this a couple of days ago when I was looking for a good picture of Leela from Futurama for this post.
— I have since been unable to shake the image from my head. —
It haunts my every waking hour, especially when I’m in front of a PC, because I’m in front of a PC every waking hour!
Not to mention, there were far worse pictures under Google for “Leela Futurama” if SafeSearch is turned off, but those images remained fleeting (probably because of desensitization).
I want to know what kind of person it takes to make a computer like this.
Scratch that. I never want to know.
For those of you visiting the home page of this blog, I’m sparing you the image by placing it after the jump. For those finding this post via Twitter or Facebook – I’m sorry. Read More
To post this picture first might give away the punchline, but here we go anywiggums:
The All-New Depressing Simpsons!
I’ve dreamed in cartoon only once before (and also in comic strip), but now I’m able to add another to the short list.
Somehow, I knew this episode of The Simpsons came from five years from now, when the show would be in something like its 30th season. Clearly out of ideas, the yellow family revamped itself in this way:
- In the opening of the episode, it is revealed that Bart won a contest to be home plate umpire in a major league game.
- For the last call of the game, he calls an outside pitch a strike, and the fans storm the field and trample him, in effect, killing him.
- Upon further review of the call, it’s revealed at Bart’s wake that he was 100% correct.
- Despondent, the Simpsons seek out and adopt a baby from Africa that looks a lot like Hermes from Futurama (even though he’s Jamaican).
- Also, Milhouse moves into their home, since he too is riddled with grief.
- Every joke that’s attempted throughout the episode falls flat, and a beat following every punchline, Milhouse sobs over what the show has become…
…just like all the old fans.
Ever see your grandma naked?
I could have went with many other options to that image (list after the jump), but I merely mentioned it as a lead in to introduce the website…
Here’s an example:
Not a common image on the site, but one that cracked me up (a true LOL).
Another coolish thing to check out is no doubt inspired by the creepy and awesome Garfield Minus Garfield. It’s called…
CALVIN MINUS HOBBES
Here’s an example:
A common image on the site... especially since new ones haven't been added.
Another site that hasn’t been updated in a while includes this image:
(click the pic for the site)
And then I just love this commercial… particularly the part about tacos:
What came first: the soda or the code?
Ladies and gentlemen – neither of which read this blog… it is my honor and duty (I wrote on-her and doody, heh heh) to present this new category:
So, Duh! Pop Quiz
Today’s installment is a simple one (hence the So, Duh! aspect), and nothing like the query in the above photo.
SIDENOTE: Slurm is a soda-ish beverage in the TV show Futurama, but it also stands for Simple Linux Utility Resource Management. The episode originally aired in 1999; the open-source manager (whatever that means) was developed in 2003. This could be fodder for a Coinkydink or Coinkydonk? Probably not…
AnyWHO, the following abbreviations (or acronyms if you want to be super-nerdy about it) have no hold on the real World Health Organization. They may have a hold on the WOW, though…
1). Which of the following was not a TV series in this sci-fi series:
2). Which of the following animated series from the 80’s was never a movie:
3). ROTF is to MTMTE as TROC is to :
4). ROTK is to FOTR as ROTJ is to:
c) a case could be made for either a) or b)
d) none of the above
5). What pairs have the most in common:
a) BSG and BTVS
b) SMB and LOZ
c) AVP and HPATCOS
d) MMPR and SGU
- Linux Penguin and Slurms McKenzie chillin’…
(This quiz translated with italicized answers after the jump) Read More
In honor, anticipation, and fear of desperate loathing for next week’s release of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, here are some of the film’s stars in what could quite possibly be the best robot song ever…
Vodpod videos no longer available.
Well, maybe that’s the second best. You be the judge.
(There are more tags than words in this post. Hee hee!)
Knowing about the following song won us a small victory at trivia last night (we took second place because I thought the movie “Poseidon” took place on Christmas rather than New Year’s).
The question in question: Name one of two songs that had the word “disco” in it that hit #1 in 1976. I swore that this song was the best option aside from “Disco Inferno” and “Disco Fever” (which I don’t even think is a real song):
Turned out I was right. Turns out the other song option was “Disco Lady” (?)
Shadoe Stevens... A Hollywood Square
Rick Dees... Weekly Top Dorky
The biggest mistake I made (aside from the upside-down boat holiday movie inquiry) was thinking the song was song by this (<–) guy:
And not this (–>) guy:
In conclusion, here’s some random 70’s awesomeness from the Midnight Special that I’m so inclined to buy on DVD (damn you infomercials and my insatiable DVD addiction!) It’s either that or the Dean Martin Variety Show.
For further trivia thrills (ha! yeah right), try to name everyone in the cast on “Futurama.” I bet you’ll miss at least two, like we did.
For further betting thrills, go to the race track.