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.
“Too Many Cooks” is a TV Time Warp for those of us with warped minds.
Bill Hader brings back “Inside SoCal” for another episode on SNL
Are Andy and Lucy still a clueless happy couple? Is Agent Bob Cooper still chilling at the Black Lodge? And how are Audrey and Shelly holding up now that they are in their 40s? These might be some of the questions that are answered when David Lynch’s Twin Peaks returns to the small (yet remarkably bigger) screen in 2016 on Showtime. Celebrate with a cup of coffee, because you probably need one anyway.
Whites: still calling the shots till 2050.
Performed by Junior Brown.
“Better Call Saul” beams through TV sets in February 2015.
Don Hertzfeldt’s couch gag from a couple nights ago takes The Simpsons far into the future.
Making funnies about the 1-3 Redskins