Think these guys watched Seinfeld?
Fishermen top the list, as well as being one heck of a TV show.
Short song that needs no other description.
People think that the same 1,000-calorie meal has 159 fewer calories if it comes from Subway than if it comes from McDonalds
Reminds me of the old joke, “Which is heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of gold?”
Guy posts a marriage proposal, in the middle of a Yankees game, for his unsuspecting friend and girlfriend. Classic. Love her response.
In this YouTube clip, Stephen Hawking explains how he appeared on “The Simpsons”:
My daughter, Lucy, knew one of the script writers for ‘The Simpsons’. She said he would like to write an episode involving me. I accepted immediately because it would be fun and because ‘The Simpsons’ in the best thing on American Television.
He further says:
The episode was very funny and almost as many people know me through ‘The Simpsons’ as through my science.
If true, more people should read A Brief History of Time.
Funny story about a family and their pet lizard.
Far and away the best show on television. The sound stage will, reportedly, be turned into a Wegmans Food Market.
PBS will be offering the individual stations two streams of Ken Burns’ ‘The War’—one with four curse words bleeped out, and one with them left in—because they fear the inconsistencies of the FCC and their fines. It’s war…do people not curse in war? This is just sad.
(and in the interest of keeping people from getting in trouble, I will mention that the Hollywood Reporter article that’s linked to, writes out the four words in question)