Morning Dose of TV Dog

Keith Haring did some animations for Sesame Street. Keith Haring’s estate licensed out his artwork to Sesame Street in 1992.

Lunchtime Laughter

A couple of Zach Galifianakis clips from his recent Saturday Night Live appearance.

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“No Smoking”


Can’t wait for Season 4 of Arrested Development.

May 26th on Netflix.

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“The Smoke Is White, We Gotta New Wizard”

Happy 80th Birthday to Willie Nelson who tries out to play Gandalf in this web clip from Conan.

Scooby Doo! in the Black Lodge


So that happened.

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I Love Winnie Cooper by Mike Spies

Also good: this failed tumblr Eat Shit, Winnie Cooper

The Simpsons Opening Sequence

With Humans.

via, itsnicethat

“The Simpsons” Writers Reunion

Serious Jibber-Jabber with Conan O’Brien

(Thanks Diana!)

Morning Dose of Yup Yup Yuppie

Just as relevant today.

Courtesy of Nat Geo’s The ’80s

Lunchtime Laughter

Eddie Murphy’s First Appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in 1982

Lunchtime Laughter

Louis C.K.: Jizanthapus

His new comedy special, Oh My God, airs this Saturday on HBO.

The Time Tappy Phillips of WABC in New York City Tried To Identify Laura Palmer’s Killer



North Korea’s latest propaganda video

Morning Dose of Dancing to the Drummer’s Beat

via, egotrip



The Bad-Boy Brand by Lizzie Widdicombe

The Vice guide to the world.

VICE on HBO premieres this Friday at 11pm

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Dress Like A Janitor, Surprise Like Ali

In 1974, students in a Greenwich Village elementary school were asked to write essays on what they would say to Muhammad Ali if they ever had the chance to meet him.  As part of a hidden camera show skit, Ali snuck into the classroom dressed as a janitor, disrobed into only his boxing shorts, and surprised the kids.


Lunchtime Laughter

The Return of Brent

Weekend Watching: The Corner

Pretty much the test run for The Wire.

The 2000 HBO miniseries based on the nonfiction book The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City Neighborhood by David Simon and Ed Burns.

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Twin Peaks Cherry Pie


The Recipe

8 inch Crust: 1-1/2 c. flour, 1/2 c. Crisco, 1/4 c. ice water
Mix flour and Crisco with fork. Add ice water. Mix with your hands. When blended, roll into ball and refrigerate overnight. To roll out: flour both rolling pin and flat surface, split ball in two, roll out 1/2 to fit pan and 1/2 for lattice.

Filling: 3 c. cherries (pitted, sour frozen); 1 c. water; 1c. Baker’s sugar; 4 T. cornstarch; 1/8 t. salt
Thaw cherries at room temp and strain (yields 2 c. juice). Taste for sweetness, more/less sugar may be needed. Add 1 c. water to make 3 c. juice (reserve 1 c. juice for cornstarch mix). Dissolve cornstarch in 1 c. juice, stir with whip. Combine 2 c. juice, 2/3 c. sugar, salt, and bring to a boil. Add cornstarch mix, cook until clear, about 5 min. (if cooked to long, syrup gets gummy). Remove from heat, stir in 1/3 c. sugar (blend thoroughly). Pour mixture over cherries, fold with wooden spoon, cool (stir mix while cooling to prevent scum from forming on top). Pour mix in pie shell. Top completed pie with lattice crust.

Bake @ 425 degrees for 35-40 min.

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