For real. On Monroe, Michigan public access. Now for the interwebs.
This combo is as great as advertised, and photographed above. The show goes on for 41 minutes so tune in to see some dry humor as the two go back and forth about almost anything, including vague facts about Michigan. Great stuff.
(Be sure to also fire up Apple Music today for Eminem’s big chat with Zane Lowe… overshadowed by this viral video.)
I was only 10 years old when comedian Chris Farley passed away in 1997. And I remember that day pretty vividly actually; I read it in the newspaper that morning and then heard it on the news shortly after. Yeah, that’s kind of a reflection of the times, but the death actually shook me. I had seen Tommy Boy already and loved everything about Farley. The movie, and much of the rest of Farley’s work, has aged gracefully for me personally and fans of comedy everywhere.
So naturally, an official Chris Farley documentary is something I’m very interested in, especially considering it took years of work to get approval and everyone together. Below is the first look at the trailer for the doc with the film seeing a theatrical release on July 31st (and a digital download shortly thereafter.)
Cameos and commentary from the likes of David Spade (who has the most heart-wrenching snippet in the trailer), Adam Sandler, Christina Applegate, Dan Aykroyd, Lorne Michaels, Mike Myers, Molly Shannon amongst others. I’m in even more after this first look. R.I.P. Chris.
ICYMI last night, here’s Tyler The Creator’s must-see hilarious appearance as a talk show guest, not musical performer, on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
I laughed at everything from Tyler’s entrance, stories of how he got his name from MySpace to getting fired from Starbucks, and how he explains his cool new Golf Media app. Just how he interacts with Jimmy is great, and there’s even one more story I purposely left out so you can just watch it below.
An honest-to-God good luck to Tyler for some of the creative endeavors he mentioned as well, like owning his own TV network. Lookin’ forward to his next moves.
BONUS: Scroll below for T.I.’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel’s Game Night, where he tells NBA Players not to rap in a very humorous PSA style video.
The SNL season finale is set to be an A-list affair as comedian Louis CK is the host and Rihanna, the musical guest. Here’s their quick couple of promos for Saturday’s show wherein Louis CK represents all of the male population at one point in grammar school, right?
What will the fiery red-haired Rihanna perform? BBHMM is a given, but will she premiere an all-new song or go with “American Oxygen”?
ICYMI: Our favorite BBHMM Remix (by Mr. Music)
In this new sit-down with STASHED, Hannibal Buress talks everything from his quick-witted start in comedy, writing briefly for SNL and Megan Fox, LeBron’s hairline, and in the hip hop crossover: he impersonates Young Thug. Buress goes on to talk about “gibberish rap” and listening to the songs a 3rd or 4th time to catch the lyrics. Haha, pretty great from beginning to end.