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It's Friday. Laugh a Little.

It’s Friday.  Hang loose with some hilarity from these three amazing shows.

Writers of Pushing Daisies, Hawaii 5-O, and Psych, I salute you. 161 more words


Meet the King of Sass and Class

I love meeting other Tolkien fans, but that can be a challenge in my hometown (We do, however, have a surplus of Harry Potter fans). Thank goodness for the Webosphere. 1,123 more words

Readers' favorite cinematic shots from the Hobbit films -- a few more!

Continued from here. It will probably take me a while to cap all of these.


“The shot where Thranduil is so very angry with Tauriel … and then uses his sword in one sharp motion and her hair moves in such a remarkable way.” 134 more words

Richard Armitage

'Wonderfalls' nostalgia recap: Defy the chicken

Season 1 | Episode 2 | “Pink Flamingos” | Originally aired on Apr 1, 2004

The second episode of Wonderfalls literally begins with a scene where Jaye accidentally backs over her father with a car. 993 more words

Readers' favorite shots from the Hobbit films

Responses to my question of yesterday: What are your favorite cinematic shots in the Hobbit films? Answers posted in no particular order.


jholland would like us not to neglect Luke Evans: “from both angles, looking in at Thorin and looking out at Bardfrom both angles, looking in at Thorin and looking out at Bard.” 827 more words

Richard Armitage

Guardians of the Galaxy (dir. James Gunn, 2014)

Richard Dawkins — Oxford don, evolutionary biologist, and world-famous advocate for atheism — has written that “[n]atural selection is a deeply nasty process.” That is to say, from the perspective of evolutionary biology, there is no reason to expect that any organisms (including human beings) would ever exhibit “super niceness,” which Dawkins defines as a benevolence that goes beyond “reciprocal altruism” and therefore puts the good of the stranger above one’s own. 738 more words

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