That time in 1990 when Ice-T and Jello Biafra went on Oprah to face their critics. Basically the beginning of the end of the battle for language sensitivity.
10 minutes of DEATH
Yesterday we checked out part of the stage that Dabs and Myla created for this year’s awards show. Reaching high into the sky at the Nokia Theater, you’ll be able to see the set in full on MTV this Sunday.
Danger Mouse, Inspector Gadget, and Duck Tales are all being rebooted for comeback to what we now consider television, streaming video. We can only wonder what’s next though, since the people in control of programming probably grew up on this stuff. Thundercats? He Man? Gummi Bears? The list goes on.
Our buddy Eddie Huang’s new show “Fresh Off The Boat” debuts tomorrow on ABC. This phenomenal NY Times profile dropped today.
The brilliance over at Fallon Tonight cuts the network anchor’s reports into Snoop Dogg’s classic “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?”
Featuring everything that a radical art student needs to succeed.
SNL’s The Jay Z Story
A program on which a knife thrower’s assistant shits his pants.
The mishap rundown below (starting at around 4:30):
5:27 – slightly cuts a finger.
5:43 – almost hits another one.
7:30 – 1-2cm from death
8:58 – trying to clean blood with shoe
Eddie Huang’s Hoop Dreams by Jiayang Fan
Jiayang Fan plays basketball with the chef whose memoir, “Fresh Off The Boat,” has been adapted into a new sitcom on ABC.
Using the 6 p.m. episode of Seinfeld on TBS as homework, “Psy-feld” is part of a class at Rutgers medical school that helps psych students “identify and discuss psychiatric disorders”.
Holiday Party Tips with Broad City
Breaking Bad gets broken down in “This is my product.”
And channeling James Brown with help of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars.
Seinfeld in Australian Parliament
Kramer stealing Jerry’s food, the supercut.