Here is every single Itchy & Scratchy clip in one compilation.
Up to our 100th link!
Northern Exposure, Mad Men, Homeland and more in our slightly belated highlights of the week.
The new Peter Serafinowicz-directed Hot Chip video is pretty excellent.
Premieres January 13th!
Someone has put together a definitive list of all the literature mentioned on Gilmore Girls. How many have you read?
Happy Thanksgiving! Occasionally we see something so good, it needs to be shared immediately – and this is something that couldn’t wait until next week’s Highlights of The Week. At the risk of exposing ourselves as the soppy indie saps that we are, we’re immensely enjoying this National cover of the Bob’s Burgers Thanksgiving over at Vulture …
Back to our regular Sunday spot, and featuring regular highlights-of-the-weekers Game of Thrones, Office, Always Sunny and Parks & Rec.
That time of the week again
“It’s An Iron” – No doubt the best scene of the week. Don’t click if you’ve not seen episode 3.08 of Boardwalk Empire, ‘Pony’ but if you have, click here to view our favourite gifs and pictures from one of Boardwalk’s most incredible scenes.
This week’s slightly late addition features stuff from Adventure Time, X-Files, Game of Thrones, and more, as well as a send-off to Ceefax.
– – – – This week’s Parks & Recreation storyline was absolute Haverford-shaped Gold, every line brilliant. We couldn’t pick a favourite so have a whole summary of his finest ever episode.
Here’s something we missed: in May The Verge posted an extensive 25 minute video with Damon Lindelof, where 2 years after the show finished, he speaks candidly and in-depth about the end of LOST. They talk explicitly about what it means, and the concepts of over-sharing and under0sharing, using LOST and the architect in The Matrix …
Above is a brilliant video that Adult Swim posted this weekend, featuring the mammoth task of recreating the iconic(?) opening to Simon & Simon. Directed by the excellent Paul Scheer who also makes a brief appearance.
Our most anticipated tv event gets a little sweeter – TVLine reports that Ben Schwartz, aka Jean Ralphio is set to appear on Arrested Development’s 4th season – which is set to hit your screens in 2013 through Netflix. Below we have an apparent set photo of Ben Schwartz sporting some very Jean Ralphio posture. …