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I don't say that lightly. Even by E! and Ryan Lochte standards, the upcoming show What Would Ryan Lochte Do? is a total travesty. Namely because the premise of the show is completely muted and smothered by, "Hey, Ryan Lochte, amiright, ladies?" It's clear that he doesn't know what he should be doing on this show, and it's clear that the E! producers don't have any clearer a picture. So without further ado, go ahead and get dumber with this clip promoting a good-looking idiot with no other material premise to speak of. God bless.


'The Greatest Event In Television History' Almost Lives Up To Its Name

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 any other way. With all the build-up of the Adult Swim marketing machine, fans of both Cartoon Network and the countless stars attached to the project were expecting...something. And something is exactly what they got. If by "something," you meant a "shot-for-shot remake of the Simon & Simon opening credits but with Jon Hamm and Adam Scott in the lead roles." Just watch, ok?


Mos Def Undergoes Force-Feeding To Draw Attention To Gitmo Hunger Strikers

It's disturbing, but it would be less so if he was force-fed Pinkberry. Mos Def, an actor who began as a socially conscious rapper, apparently hasn't strayed too far from his roots after encountering some success as an actor. Of the over 100 hunger striking prisoners in Guantanamo Bay, over 40 are being force fed. To demonstrate exactly what this entails, Mos Def went through it on camera. It's about as disturbing as one would assume a force feeding would be.


New Trailer Explains Why Madea Exists

I've always been puzzled as to how Madea is a thing. This new trailer for 'Madea's Big Happy Family' answers that question. Note: the answer doesn't give the closure you want. Herllo!! This new trailer for Madea's Big Happy Family finally reveals why this hammer-wielding cross-dresser exists in the first place. It's because of people who enjoy stupidity. Do with that information what you will. This trailer looks like the film is an adaptation of daytime television. All of it. That six hour block of television that gives you a headache and the desire to die on weekday afternoons has been boiled down and shot with a more expensive camera. Not sure how Madea fits into all of this or what her antics will be this time, but I have a strong feeling it will require she takes off her earrings.


'Tabloid' Trailer: Errol Morris Kidnaps, Chains Up Your Attention

Did Joyce McKinney rape and kidnap a mormon missionary? The most interesting gossip is vintage. Charlie Sheen got fired from a TV show for drinking and talking smack on the internet. Crazy smack, but still, it's nothing compared to the strange story of 70s beauty queen Joyce McKinney. An IQ of 168 did not keep McKinney out of trouble. In 1977, she became a tabloid sensation for supposedly raping and kidnapping Kirk Anderson, a mormon missionary. The trailer above is for Tabloid, a documentary about the "the Mormon sex in chains case" by documentarian Errol Morris (Fog of War). McKinney describes why the rape charge is absurd, comparing it to sticking a marshmallow into a parking meter. That just became my favorite analogy of the day, possibly the month. Things only get crazier from there. It's a fun, slick trailer that kept my attention without spoiling too much. If you're looking for break from monsters and superheroes this summer - though I'm not sure why you would be - and the reviews are good, I'd bring your paparazzi camera over to theaters July 15th. Check out the poster below.


IKEA Pays Homage To 'The Shining'

Allt arbete och ingen lek gör Jack en tråkig pojke. Allt arbete och ingen lek gör Jack en tråkig pojke. IKEA would like to wish you a Happy Halloween with this creepy commercial that draws its inspiration from Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. In it, a clearly deranged little boy hallucinates that he is big wheeling through an expansive IKEA while gruesome reminders of terrible murder play off the store's simplified furniture. In the end, it was all but a chilling dream. Let's hope he gets the help that he needs. And maybe one of those lighting fixtures. So elegant yet so subdued.


'Showrunners' Reveals How Much TV Producers Hate The TV Industry

If you like television, you'll be interested to know that the producers think making your shows is a thankless grind that isn't even worth the trouble. Pretty soon, you'll be able to go to the movies and get a crash-course in TV thanks to the upcoming documentary Showrunners. The doc will pull back the curtain on many of your favorite shows, allowing you access to the writers rooms and providing stories on how exactly some of the biggest shows in TV came to be. That's the good news. The bad news is, despite the circulation of a trailer, this doc isn't coming out until 2012. So if there's some info on "Lost" that you're itching to get, you'll have to wait. Or look it up on one of the 54 million "Lost" sites out there on the Internet. While you might not recognize the people, or even their names, chances are if you watch TV, there's something in this for you. And from what is shown here, they speak very frankly about the forces at work in the business. From Movieline, here's a rundown of the people featured in just the trailer: Damon Lindelof (LOST) David Shore (House) Michael Wright, head of programming for TNT Steven S. DeKnight (Spartacus: Sand and Blood) Mike Royce and Ray Romano (Men of a Certain Age) Anthony LaPaglia David Eick (Battlestar Galactica) Jeff Pinkner & J.H. Wyman (Fringe) Matthew Carnahan (Dirt) Ben Silverman (Ugly Betty, The Tudors) Mark Schwan (One Tree Hill) Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy) Finally, we'll get to see how the entertainment marvel that is "One Tree Hill" came to be.


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