Remember when Saturday mornings were worth getting up for? While we can’t provide a four-hour block of programming, here’s some retro news you may have missed (or simply want to revisit) from the past week.
We got a peek at Batfleck’s costume and ride earlier this week, and it wasn’t too bad.
Shaq-Fu 2 is Happening. We have no idea how the IndieGoGo campaign reached its goal. Humans, we do not understand you. A scholarly look at the Shaq-Fu album was recently proposed as a 33 1/3 book, but did not make the final cut. A book about Weird Al’s Bad Hair Day album did not make it to the next round, either. Again with the humans…
Bill Murray Baseball Commercial:
In Case You Missed It:
Music Video Monday(s) took a look at They Might Be Giants and their Tiny Toon Adventures.
Linz got all chocoholic on us with these 8 Chocolate Bars We Wish Were Still Around.
In a marketing move sure to please a niche crowd of 1, Lee delivered an article on obscure Australian pop-punk music of the 1970s.
Other Thoughts of the Week:
Lee finally got a chance to see The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and thought it was a fun movie. As it turns out, the rest of the Internet disagrees with him. Oh, well!
Linz can’t stop thinking about yard sales, and it probably has something to do with all the video game pick-up videos she’s been watching on YouTube. What’s the neatest thing you’ve found at a yard sale?