In the vein of Arcade Fire and Bob Dylan…
Get familiar with the Rayburn clan.
Thankfully, Screech was not in attendance.
Getting beaten up by a blind lawyer can’t be good for criminals’ self-esteem.
They should have to read these during their acceptance speech at the Grammys.
I would watch a remake that he starred in.
The ending of this contest won’t upset 60% of the nation.
It was a pretty wide-reaching conspiracy.
Ok. I’m ready for the premiere now. In *sigh* two and a half months.
He’s drunk with power!
Maybe the week? Certainly through lunch.
The results were nothing short of explosive (phrasing?).
Yes, really. They’re both owned by Disney now.
They also offer up a litany of fake guest stars, so take a look.
I think I can hear his hair bouncing during this sequence.
This was one of the funniest moments from the 72nd Annual Golden Globes outside of the monologue, and worth watching just for Bill Hader’s Arnold Schwarzenegger impression.
Tina and Amy employed their worst Cosby-impressions to poke fun at his rape allegations. I mean, *I* laughed, but some of the celebs in attendance were clearly not ready for it.
He could show up at my door, carry me to the dealership, and I still wouldn’t buy a Lincoln.
I’m starting to think this show could get really dark and heavy.
We’ve found our answer to just who Stephen Colbert really is, and it’s a guy who can’t help but giggle like a schoolgirl at man-on-koala fornication jokes.
The last ever episode of The Colbert Episode aired last night, which closed with host Stephen Colbert singing a tear-jerking rendition of “We’ll Meet Again,” accompanied by Jon Stewart, Randy Newman, Bryan Cranston, Willie Nelson, Mandy Patinkin, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sam Waterston, Jeff Daniels, Cyndi Lauper, Big Bird, Keith Olbermann, Andrew Sullivan, Savannah Guthrie, Natalie Morales, Ric Ocasek, Charlie Rose, Michael Stipe, James Franco, Cookie Monster, Toby Keith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Barry Manilow, David Gregory, Jeff Tweedy, Christiane Amanpour, Patrick Stewart, Andy Cohen, Arianna Huffington, Alan Alda, Cory Booker, George Lucas, Tim Meadows, Bob Costas, Elijah Wood, Henry Kissinger, Vince Gilligan, Bill Clinton, and a bunch of other people I didn’t recognize because they weren’t famous enough.
Do Smashmouth next!
The future is weird, and a little gimmick-y.
THIS, I would watch.
This is just about the most obvious pairing since Offerman and facial hair.
He couldn’t be worse than Sean Bean!
Yeah, we didn’t recognize that last name either.
The show premieres on Sunday, February 8th, and another episode airs the next night.
I hope it doesn’t affect their self-esteem.