For a show about nothing, it sure had a lot of characters: The World of Seinfeld charts out every friend, romantic interest, coworker and family member as they relate to the main cast.
Halo Legends is a direct-to-video, short story anime series (think Animatrix) with noteworthy roots: WB, Microsoft, as well as the directors for Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell and more.
Seeing two hot chicks go at it in the supermarket over Mountain Dew is about as likely as seeing the same two playing World of Warcraft, so consider the TV spot above a gift from the gods.
It’s slightly unnerving to see a teenager with a bazooka, but those hormones have gotta go somewhere: Destroy Build Somewhere comes to Cartoon Network this summer.
Easily the most gamer-friendly talk show host, Jimmy Fallon demos Project Natal; the clip above is both fun and funny, but like Jimmy we’d love to have one to take home now.
Conan O’Brien’s new show now has the mother of all endorsements: NBC’s Brian Williams interviews President Obama and gets his support (but no bailout money). Thanks, Dominic!
It looks like Futurama’s Raiders of the Lost Arcade segment, but the video above is an actual game; it includes Fry’s Rush soundtrack, episode clips and a Planet Express Ship cameo.
Artie Vierkant plays all 172 episodes of Voyager simultaneously at 14x speed, an act which will not only turn you into an instant Trekker but rip a hole in the space/time continuum.
Now available on DVD and as a digital download, the pilot episode for Caprica is set 58 years before the events of Battlestar Galactica; critics are giving it above average reviews.
With most of the LOST cast is stuck in the 70s, Adam Campbell of Hot Meteor Design has whipped up this series of tongue-in-cheek retro-themed DHARMA magazine ads.
America’s favorite family finally gets it Dohs! dues with 20-stamp booklets featuring Homer, Bart, Marge and Lisa; four covers are available as well as giclee prints and post cards.
For those of you suffering from post-Watchmen trauma, this Saturday morning-styled Watchmen cartoon is so bright and cheesy it’s almost foul; in short, the perfect hangover cure.
Absolutely NSFW (strong profanity): director Victor Solomon has compiled a video of every single swear word uttered from every single episode of The Sopranos; it runs 27 min. long!
The Fine Brothers are at it again; both Lost and Heroes are getting a bit long in the tooth, so this parody does a good job of bringing both TV series to a violent, satisfying end.
Even Santa has a posse, as evidenced by this new Motorola bluetooth headset ad that takes the recent SantaCon street gatherings and co-opts them with good ol’ capitalism.
Futurama’s “A Tale of Two Santas” is one of our favorite episodes, so we’re itching to get our mitts on this two-fer, which includes both the bad and the ugly: Robot Santa and Santa Bender.
Forget HDTV: the NFL and 3ality Digital will show next week’s Raiders vs. Chargers game live in 3D at three theaters in LA, New York and Boston. Too bad it’s not open to the public.
South Park has always scored points for relevance (or irrelevance), and the clip above is no different: a classroom turns into a Call of Duty: WaW session. In Cartman’s words: “You got pwned!”
US couch potatoes are definitely cheering (with one hand) TiVo’s new pizza delivery service, which adds a Domino’s Pizza widget. Score one more big, fat point for laziness.
While its 858×600 resolution and 800:1 contrast ratio aren’t anything special, Dell’s M109s Projector is targeted towards road warriors: it measures only 4″x4″ and weighs less than a pound.
Exterminate a whole new generation of SIL-LY HU-MONS with the Dalek Voice Changer Helmet, available at ThinkGeek. Includes authentic Dr. Who sounds and lights; runs on 3 AA batteries.
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