Ryan Gosling stars in a hilarious sketch that will be most appreciated by graphic designers, as he portrays a man who just can’t seem to get over the fact that James Cameron’s blockbuster Avatar used the Papyrus font for its subtitles and logo.
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Seth Everman is back at his Yamaha to resume his hilarious, yet painfully accurate take on video game music tropes, poking fun at everything from unskippable cutscenes to those stupid underwater levels where you run out of oxygen and can’t move like you normally do.
“Like most niche interest jokes, I don’t find it funny. But at least I understand it.” Casually Explained imagines how the Universe would be made if a programmer was behind all of it. It’s an elaborate excuse to drop computer science and physics jokes.
“Alas, you cannot see. But your clothes are dry!” Meet Arnold is a new humorous educational channel on YouTube. It shares scientific trivia by putting a cartoon character called Arnold through extreme situations. Here, Arnold is put into a large microwave oven. For science.
While only a handful of us will likely subscribe to CBS All Access to watch every episode of Star Trek: Discovery, there are still plenty of places we can rewatch The Next Generation. Screen Junkies is here to remind why we loved the NCC-1701-D and its motley crew.
Conan O’Brien apes Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and Carpool Karaoke, but without the lattes or the singing. He takes a casual drive through London’s traffic and rain with megastar Tom Cruise, though Conan doesn’t seem to get the whole interview part of the concept.
The whole idea of sitcom laugh tracks make us cringe. Do we really need to be told when something is funny? Regardless, hit TV shows continue to do it. Owen Cooper decided to see if it would be any better if he swapped the “live studio audience” with Ricky Gervais’ laugh.
Ever since Disney took over Star Wars, we’re getting at least a movie a year from the franchise. But one film that’s not currently on the docket is Pistol Shrimps‘ side story, in which Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum must destroy the Death Star after it blows up the White House.
We’ve seen hot tub boats, but a hot tub car? Only Colin Furze would be brave enough to take this on. As if the plan wasn’t crazy enough, he chose to sacrifice a BMW E30 convertible. Watch him try his best to seal and reinforce the car for its new occupant – a ton of hot water.
Pay tribute to one of the greatest television series in history with this desktop incense burner that looks just like the RV used in the first 3 seasons of Breaking Bad. We’re not huge fans of the smell of incense, but it’s gotta be better than cooking meth.