First aired 31 years ago when I was still too short to reach the cookies on top of the refrigerator without using a stool and risking it all, this is a Pepsi commercial featuring a xenomorph alien to ride the hype of the release of Alien 3. In the ad,
Back before Bryan Cranston was a New Mexico drug manufacturer, he was the father of a dysfunctional California family in Malcolm In The Middle. And this is a compilation of 47 movie references featured in the show, played side-by-side with the movie they reference, as compiled by filmmaker Zamir A.
This is a vintage 1988 clip from the Minneapolis–Saint Paul talk show Good Company, where hosts Steve and Sharon Edelman (who reminds me of Shelley Long) discuss the opening of an exciting new Italian restaurant in the area: Olive Garden. They run through the location and menu, before delving into
This is a video of angler Andy Moore retelling the story of how he unknowingly discovered a 90-million year old fish fossil in the Missouri River during a fishing tournament. He’s very animated in his storytelling. Those waving arms (especially at 1:25) speak volumes. One about either being overexcited he’s
NOTE: I’m in Alabama visiting my family (and eating my weight in food) right now so things might be on the lighter side today and tomorrow, but I’ll do what I can and be back to my regularly scheduled nonsense on Thursday. This is a clip from Seinfeld night at
Because this is the internet and the internet will never stops internetting until I decide I’ve had enough and push the big red button (I get closer every day — recent afternoons I’ve even been lifting its clear plastic cover and caressing the button with my index finger), this is
Take a trip in my time machine to 1992, when Hasbro Flirt Squirts commercials aired on television, trying to convince girls to secretly spray their friends with water guns disguised as a calculator, candy, nail polish, lipstick, portable cassette player, and sunglasses. Those were different times, weren’t they? I can’t
This is a clip of Nirvana’s January 11th, 1992 performance on SNL that’s been upscaled to 4K with the use of A.I. The episode also featured host Rob Morrow from Northern Exposure (my parents loved that show), and the band performs ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ and ‘Territorial Pissings’ before Grohl