Making that sweet Adult Swim money.
You can soon start watching their weird shows at 8.
Spooktacular! Excuse me. I meant, “Spectacular!”
Please inform neighbors and loved ones.
Just in time for Season 5
Maybe Chevy Chase could ask him for a job.
It was only a matter of time before the professional screamer wound up in da clubs.
Of course, it’s Adult Swim, so you know there’s no chance that they’re not going to take the opportunity to screw with their audience. And honestly, we wouldn’t have it…
But will they measure up to TV Funhouse?
One of them bangs a sex doll. Take a look, why don’t you?
Action figures come out of their boxes to interact in this Adult Swim show. "Robot Chicken" is a sketch show where the sketches can last for a few seconds to…
At 15 minutes per episode, a new season means a whopping 90 minutes or so of programming the station won’t have to worry about next year.
I ‘Wonder’ who it could be?
‘Party Down’ is not quite dead!
I believe it’s called ‘breaking the 4th wall’…
Killer dolphins are just the beginning.
This show really raises to bar for acronyms in titles. Almost too high.
They share what’s happening this season. Especially about all the porno.
Blurring the line between entertainment and adulthood.
The Adult Swimmers are wisely asking Odenkirk to create a new television show that makes fun of the shitty production values of locally-produced videos. *Inset VCR Tracking Effects*
Take notes ‘The Governator’. This is how it’s done.
Paul Scheer likes us! He really likes us!
In honor of the renewal of Jackson Publick’s groundbreaking show, we’ve put together these nine bad ass Brock Samson moments.
“Venture Bros” co-creator Jackson Publick posted great news about his Adult Swim show on LiveJournal. Yeah, LiveJournal. Remember LiveJournal?
Rob Huebel and gang show us some love.
Matthew Senreich comments on the latest batch of Star Wars jokes and gives us a preview of the show’s fifth season.
In their ongoing pissing contest with ‘Family Guy,’ Seth Green and the ‘Robot Chicken’ gang have created a third Star Wars special as well.
Stoners, get ready to be happy. Adult Swim has picked up 12 episodes of “NTSF:SD:SUV” or National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle.”
Earlier this year, when the producers of Final Destination 5 supposedly changed the film's title to 5nal Destination, the Internet was quick to rebuke the decision. After all, how could anyone pick such a stupid title (unless, of course, they were looking for a week's worth of free publicity provided by easily outraged Internet dorks like myself).
But time heals all wounds, and the producers have gone a long way toward reconciling with the Internet crowd thanks to the addition of David Koechner to the cast.
Best known for his comedic roles, Koechner was featured in Anchorman, "The Office," and is currently involved with Adult Swim's hilarious live-action comedy, "Children's Hospital." He has also provided comic relief in a previous horror film, Snakes on a Plane. That being said, he better be channeling the ghost of Richard Pryor if he's going to save this film from the Grim Reaper. (Bloody Disgusting via Empire Online)