There were sweaty summer days in the late 80s where we’d sit around the house watching TV and chugging Mello Yello. We were American teens with a thing for British culture and in addition to the NME and Melody Maker, most of our understanding of Arcadia came from The Young Ones. This passage from one … Continue reading The Peoples Poet is Dead: Rik Mayall Dead at 56
I rarely watch live TV. Yes, I’ll turn on the news in the morning while I’m getting ready for work. But for the most part, it is watching via DVR. Which means that I can view what I want when it is convenient (generally in the evening, when, I suppose, most people watch TV) and … Continue reading My Ears Glaze Over. . .
Oh my God, this is fantastic. If you watch Always Sunny, you get it. If you don’t, well…you should really watch Always Sunny. Joman – Daymanstep (with Video) VIA the more than slightly dopey Bro Bible
Jake and I were just talking yesterday about how lame and sterile live TV appearances have become (compared to this). From lip-synching to flawless choreography to note-for-note playback of their latest singles, artists hawking their wares on TV have become a bore. Except for Guided By Voices. Watch Pollard and crew jumble through their perfectly … Continue reading GBV Bassist Wipes Out on Letterman
Mavis and Tweedy cover CCR on Letterman and the host pees himself with joy.
Sharks circle as SCDP hits rough waters. And in whose arms do we find Draper?
The women of SCDP come to center stage.
Ali drops Liston, Mark drops Peggy, and Duck drops Draper. Let the bodies hit the floor.
Enemies foreign and domestic arrive at Sterling Cooper Draper and Pryce while things on the home front deteriorate. Life is getting very interesting on Madison Avenue.
Choices are made, paths are set. As the country grows up so do the personalities of Sterling Cooper Price & Draper. Well, not everyone.