This is a clip from an MSNBC news segment about the coronavirus featuring an at-home interview with Dr. Irwin Redlener when his grandson storms the room and hijacks the interview with his antics. Were his actions politically motivated? I have no clue. Also, you do realize there’s an easy way
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,
In other world record news, this is a video of Paul Scardino of Winchester City, Virginia, providing a tour of his basement, where he stores his world record collection of Funk Pop! figures, with a staggering 5,306 Pops. For reference, that’s about 5,303 more than I own. I’m honestly surprised
This is a video of the first few hours MTV was ever on the air (they used to play music videos!), starting at 12AM on Saturday, August 1st, 1981. If you go to the Internet Archive you can actually watch three different versions of the video: the full broadcast (embedded
This is the intro to Friends as edited together by Matthew Highton using nothing but existing stock footage. I also included his same treatment for Buffy The Vampire Slayer because it exists and I’m all about 2-for-1 deals. That’s like getting twenty-five percent off each item! “Fifty percent.” That’s like
This is a short home security cam video of two cats playing behind a flatscreen television and knocking it over. That is not how you earn your Fancy Feast. You think without the security cam they would have solved this mystery? I like how the one cat was just dangling
This is a video of singer/songwriter Stefan Murphy performing The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air theme as ‘a tragic Irish pub ballad.’ He does a great job. Did I cry? Do all the Irish drink whiskey for breakfast? “No.” Exactly *slamming Guinness* I AIN’T NO CRYBABY.
This is a video of Goodfellas’ “funny guy” scene between Ray Liotta and Joe Pesci reimagined as a Friends inspired 90’s sitcom, complete with laugh track. As I’m sure everyone will agree, laugh tracks, just like my last three roommates, are complete turds and ruin everything. One time I’d like