Hey guys I’ve been a bit under the weather the past few days (starting 2021 off right!) and am still a bit cloudy-headed but will do what I can today and will be back full-force tomorrow. Thank you for bearing with me. “Roar!” *swipes at beehive with giant paw* Artificial
This is a video of incredibly talented voice actress Nancy Cartwright performing a taste of all the different characters she plays on The Simpsons in 40 seconds, including Bart Simpson, Nelson Muntz, Data Base, Todd Flanders, Kearney Zzyzwicz, Ralph Wiggum, and Maggie Simpson (who was previously ‘voiced’ by Yeardley Smith,
Because who doesn’t want to use the carpool lane when they’re driving alone (but things look so much faster over there!), this is the inflatable Grinch Car Buddy with Scarf from Gemmy. He costs $42 on Amazon and buckles into a car seat so you have somebody to talk to
Because some people are talented and good at what they do, this is a Cowboy Bebop inspired intro for The Mandalorian made from scratch by French animator Malec and his team. The result, well, the result is really out of this world. Get it? “Because you’re an idiot.” Certainly not
Note: Watch at 2X speed, the video was slowed down to half speed during the upscaling process. This is the very first of Walt Disney Productions’ Silly Symphony shorts, ‘The Skeleton Dance’, originally released in 1929 that’s been upscaled to 4K resolution and 60 frames/second thanks to artificial intelligence technology
This is the Grinch arm Christmas tree accessory handmade and sold by Etsy shop Craftadaykeepdocaway (can anybody verify that claim? my deductible is killing me). The $55 arms are attached to your tree via two strong wires and make the perfect accessory for the Grinch lover on your holiday list.
Excited about the upcoming live-action Cowboy Bebop remake by Netflix, fan Denver Jackson went and made a live-action remake of the title sequence himself. He did a great job. Honestly, I had almost forgotten Netflix was still working on this project. I suppose I have something to look forward to
This is a video of flutist Ariana Piknjac and sister/pianist Ella Piknjac performing a lovely rendition of The Simpsons theme on their respective instruments. Delightful, wasn’t it? I felt like I was right there in Springfield, racing to the sofa along with the rest of the family. I’m not though,