So GQ’s piece on “Bill Cosby: Himself” has wrecked my morning, in the best possible way.
I find it amazing to live during a time of the planet when a video like this is even possible.
For New York’s Television Issue, I wrote a feature about The Persistent Cult of Arrested Development. I could write about “Arrested Development” every hour, every day, for months.
Please download and rate my podcast at iTunes so I can pass First Take I have to pass First Take or I’ll cry.
I don’t know how you’re supposed to feel when Rush Limbaugh reads something you wrote out loud on his radio show, but this erection, and the corresponding boil, is totally normal, right?
(10:08 mark, if it doesn’t go there automatically.)
I’m rolling my eyes over Rocky: The Musical as much as the next guy, but A League of Their Own should definitely be a musical. “There’s No Crying (In Baseball)” would be a killer act-one closing number. (Also, here’s my first feature piece for Flavorwire.)
Tyler put a great thing out in the universe with a call for a “League of Their Own” musical. Of course, I just spent the last 20 minutes coming up with the songbook. MOVE OVER, JULIA HOUSTON.
“Lay Off the High Ones”
“When You’re Dottie’s Kid Sister”
“Is That General Omar Bradley? (Marla’s Song)”
“You’re a Peach!”
“Gracefully and Grandly”
“(I Don’t Got Players) I Got Girls”
“I Singin’ to Nelson (Ain’t I Baby?)”
“When the Boys Come Home”
“He Ain’t Closin’ Me Down (Hey Mr. Chocolate Man)”
“There’s No Crying in Baseball”
“Dirt in the Skirt”
“Members of the All-American League”
“Who Do You Gotta Be So Good?”
“The Ballad of Betty Spaghetti”
“The Hard Is What Makes It Great”
“Dirt in the Skirt (reprise)”
“You’re Gonna Lose (A Stillwell Angel Tap Dance)”
“A Play at the Plate”
“Lay Off the High Ones (reprise)”
“Members of the All-American League (reprise)”/”Finale (A League of Our Own)”
Yeah, this probably needs to be funded soon.Source: tylercoates
I am going to embed Game Six of the 2011 World Series on my site right now simply because I can.