So, I had this idea to make sympathy cards for things that genuinely happen in real life, but don't usually have cards for. Thanks for being stodgy and hyper-conservative, Hallmark.
Posted: Jun. 19, 2015
Reality TV is BACK!
This new show is an attempt at reviving the dying "dating reality show" genre, by upping the stakes and breaking new ground. Instead of putting up with finicky, spoiled humans, the selected bachelors ...
Posted: Jun. 18, 2015
Lifetime original programming is known for tackling issues that hit home with its core demographic: women aged 20-50.
Posted: Jun. 15, 2015
Nature shows are boring. Even when they get great footage of animals fighting, it's all been done before. I propose new animal fights, still all nature, but with a few jazzy additions that make it 10x...
Posted: Jun. 12, 2015
Ah, the zen philopsphy of the Far East. Such wisdom contained in but the briefest of phrases. How profound. I think I might have to meditate.
Posted: Jun. 09, 2015
Have you ever dreamed of a better way to manage your goiter, and/or streamline the process of purchasing goiter-related supplies?
Posted: Jun. 07, 2015
Arsonist of Hope
A man travels the countryside, finding lost souls and sob stories as he goes. His magic gift with arson, however, leaves everyone he touches looking at life in a new light.
Posted: Jun. 05, 2015
Waffle House Bathroom TV
You know, I used to think I hated reality TV, but sometimes they formulate just the right concept to give everyone what they really want to see. What they want to see is humanity at its worst.
Posted: Jun. 04, 2015
Adventures in clickbait #2
Ok, I'm trying once again to make the most soulless, manipulative graphic possible, for the sheer sake of pulling traffic.
Posted: May. 28, 2015
From the network that brought you "Orangutan Paternity Suit," and "America's Strongest Mormon," comes a riveting hour-long drama about an unfrozen caveman who is recruited into the Detroit Police.
Posted: May. 25, 2015