Thursday, September 16, 2010

Hotel, Motel, Holiday Inn

  • The Monologue:
    • A man has built a miniature village to host 660 stray cats. Also living there, 130 stray old women.
    • Ray Lewis' son rolled up a combined 504 yards in a Florida high school game. He celebrated by finding Dustin Keller's son and hitting the s*** out of him.
    • Time-lapse video of the New Meadowlands being changed over from the Giants' field to the Jets'. Wait, they painted the Jets' end zone? Would anyone have noticed if they didn't?
  • Random Pop Culture:
    • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia returned with an episode that seemed to be a setup for the rest of the season, which is rare as most episodes are one-off. Nobody would accuse Sunny of being the best put-together comedy on TV, but it may be the funniest. I probably have it second behind Curb Your Enthusiasm. The best put-together comedy is either Curb, 30 Rock, or Parks and Recreation.
    • I'm hearing really good things about Greg Garcia's new show, Raising Hope. I figured it would be horrible because it's a sitcom on Fox. Instead, I may watch it for the short time until it gets cancelled because it's a sitcom on Fox.
    • Casey Affleck came clean that the Joaquin Phoenix documentary is a hoax. I find it hard to believe that anyone thought differently. I thought that was pretty obvious by his body language from Phoenix's famous appearance on Letterman.
  • Random Video:
    • Thirty-one years ago today, the first rap single was released. Judging by this video, it also began a long and rich tradition of white people not being able to dance to hip-hop.

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