Peep Jeff Bridges Visiting The Little Lebowski Store

It only took forty-one years but now PBS has come up with a reason not to flip past them. Tomorrow night, they'll air an episode of the documentary series "American Masters" entitled, Jeff Bridges: The Dude Abides. It only took forty-one years but now PBS has come up with a reason not to flip past them. Tomorrow night, they'll air an episode of the documentary series "American Masters" entitled, Jeff Bridges: The Dude Abides. In the clip above, PBS has the genius idea of bringing Bridges to the New York store The Little Lebowski. It's pretty sweet. And check out the Lebowski wannabe behind the counter. You can almost see the wood he's sporting through that bathrobe. Next stop, the Tron store? The special will be followed by a re-broadcast of the "American Masters" documentary about The Doors. That's cool. Just as long as it isn't the fucking Eagles, man. (USA Today)

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