NSFW: Urlesque has compiled 50 of the funniest and weirdest screenshots and freeze frames from TV shows. Remember, millions of (un)lucky people saw these on live television.
The Fine Brothers continue to entertain us with their weekly Lost parodies. This one has a few special guests you might recognize, and we also appreciate Jack channeling Shaggy in this episode.
Don’t Hassel the Hoff, and the Hoff won’t Hassel you. Show your support and put some residuals in his pocket with Knight Rider: The Complete Collection. 85 Episodes. 24 DVDs. 1 talking car.
Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name. Two guys named Fredde (actually just one guy, split-screened) sing television’s greatest hits. See if you can spot all of your favorites.
Available 5/4/10: whether you’re a fan of its formulaic first season or story-arc style second season, get all 26 episodes of 1994’s Iron Man Animated Series; it ships as a 3-disc DVD set.
We pity the fool who doesn’t pick up A-Team: The Complete Series, which is boxed in the team’s iconic GMC Van; it includes all episodes from Seasons 1-5 + bonuses on 25 DVDs.
Stargate Universe has gotten a chilly reception from critics, but this trailer for Season 1.5 promises to heat things up: we get a CG-laden peek at close encounters of the hostile kind.
Elgato’s EyeTV Hybrid USB tuner slims down and adds Windows 7 compatibility; it allows you to watch HDTV, Clear QAM and analog cable TV and includes DVR software.
Available today (3/9/10) only: you’d think it’d be simple to train a polar bear to press a button, but Desmond’s Replacement explains why the island (and the plot) has gotten un-bear-able.
Definitely not for insufficiently intelligent persons, SheldonShirts.com equals geek cred: it’s a collection of all the best shirts worn by Sheldon and Leonard on The Big Bang Theory.
It was our favorite Superbowl ad, but something always smelled fishy about Old Spice’s shower-boat-horse; Leo Laporte interviews the creators to learn how they did it. Thanks, everyone!
Get ’em before they’re lost: 50 pairs of these LOST Supra Vaiders are in the hands of the cast and crew, but a smaller run of 17 will be available to the public on 2/2/10 at 9 pm PST.
Still confused over yesterday’s LOST song parody? io9’s brilliant J.J. Abram’s Board Game is packed with missed turns and other setbacks; in other words, get ready to feel really LOST.
The Fine Bros.’ epic Answers Song Parody wonders if LOST’s mysteries will ever be found; writers: better pull a rabbit out of a hatch or so help us Jacob we’ll sic the smoke monster on you.
Old is (somewhat) new again with LG’s 14″ Classic TV; it packs a digital tuner, remote, and composite video, but goes retro with a CRT, rabbit-ear antenna, chrome legs, and knobs.
Get a sneak peak at season 1 of Battlestar Galactica prequel Caprica in the TV trailer above; the season starts 1/29/2010, but watch the entire two-part pilot at SyFy for free here.
LOST gets redone 24-style, with the events leading up to and surrounding the crash of Flight 815 occurring in order; it’s a great refresher for LOSTies, but neophytes still need an orientation.
One might call it a paradox for Flight 815 survivors to find this Missing t-shirt, but that’s nothing new for LOST; we’d try to explain the references on this milk carton, but Jacob told us not to.
MTV’s latest abomination is a surprisingly good fit for our favorite Italian plumbers: Jersey Shore: Super Mario Bros. is a sordid tale of family dysfunction, overalls, and blue shells.
Fanboys of both OS’ are BSODing and kernel panicking as we speak: AdFreak has compiled all 66 TV spots from Apple’s “Get a Mac” campaign starring John Hodgman and Justin Long.
History Channel’s Life After People: The Series begins where the original film left off, with in-depth looks at the decay of cities like L.A. and London; it includes 10 episodes on 3 discs.
No, this isn’t the mediocre mid-90s Tom Cruise reboot; Mission: Impossible-Complete Series packs all 171 episodes of the original Emmy-winning Cold War-era TV show onto 46 discs.
Ultraman: The Complete Series packs all 39 episodes of the legendary 1960s live-action TV show into a budget-priced 4-disc set; it includes both Japanese and English audio and subtitles.
James May’s LEGO House is nothing more than a pile of bricks now, but catch a glimpse of the Top Gear host as he spends a night with LEGO carpet, leaks, and painful loofas.
Move over zombies, the plant apocalypse is upon us: check out three clips from sci-fi/horror classic Day of the Triffids, which gets a reboot on BBC One at the end of December.
NSFW: Spartacus: Blood and Sand’s mix of live action and graphic novel violence may be an obvious knock-off of 300, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing; it premieres 1/22/2010 on Starz.
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