Thursday, May 5, 2011


  • The Monologue:
    • It seems like three senators may have seen fake bin Laden pictures and thought they were the real thing. They also told me that Microsoft will pay me $1 for everybody to whom I forward an e-mail.
    • Gary Williams is retiring and Gus Johnson is leaving CBS. Great day to be a college basketball fan!
    • It's quite possible that Dos Equis' douchebag "Most Interesting Man in the World" is the only person who knows what Cinco de Mayo actually signifies which, therefore, makes him less interesting.
  • Random Pop Culture:
    • I do think Parks and Recreation is the best comedy on network TV, but Community broke off another epic episode tonight with its follow-up to last year's great paintball episode. The spoof of westerns, from the new theme song to Troy wearing Cleavon Little's outfit, was strong. Any Lost fan, though, has to have loved Josh Holloway's part, including his nickname that he dropped on Alison Brie at the end. And speaking of Alison Brie, she totally stole the show.
    • "Birthdays were invented by Hallmark to sell cards." How many more of these do we need before we can get a Ron Swanson Quote-a-Day calendar?
    • I couldn't be more in favor of gay marriage, but Grey's got way preachy about it tonight. Bailey's line implying God is in favor of same-sex marriage is bound to have gotten a few people riled up.
  • Random Music Video:
    • He's a moron and this is a weird-ass video, but the man is a musical genius.

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