According to the Howie Mandel-helmed show “Mobbed,” women just love elaborately choreographed proposals, involving hundreds of singers and dancers, and complex ruses. This particular proposal, though, doesn’t strike me as romantic–AT ALL. Nope. It just seems incredibly emotionally manipulative and messed up. Watch, as this poor woman thinks her boyfriend’s been cheating on her, and then is assaulted by a seemingly endless musical number. Geez. Pretty screwed up if you ask me. [FashionIndie]
A few years ago, I was at a party with some friends that Michel Gondry also happened to attend (okay, he was the honored guest). We started talking, and before I knew it, he was taking a bunch of photos with my friends and me. I guess he took a particular liking to me — or my boobs — because he pulled out his very own camera, grabbed the front of my shirt and took a shot of my tits. And that, my friends, is my Michel Gondry story. He is pretty much exactly as innocently pervy as the Gael Garcia Bernal character in “The Science of Sleep.” That said, that strange childlike weirdness permeates this “sweded” version of “Taxi Driver” he made. Instead of blood, Travis Bickle’s victims bleed crayons. Of course. [YouTube]
Did you catch Jimmy Fallon hosting “Saturday Night Live” this weekend? I’m not the hugest Jimmy fan, but I thought he did a great job hosting — after all, he was a fulltime cast member for years. And he didn’t do it alone! It was a full blown reunion of past cast members, including Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who showed up with Jimmy to challenge Seth to a joke-off. Clip above!
He may not be cuddly, but his Christmas spirit gives us the warm fuzzies.
Watch as British sitcom “Absolutely Fabulous” rips into the Kardashians and their annoying omnipresence these days. Even if British humor isn’t your thing, you’ll giggle when they say, “There’s a new disease called the Kardashians, darling. They just sort of spread … like herpes.” Careful ladies, if visas allow I wouldn’t put it past them to pitch “Kourtney & Kim Take London.” [Huffington Post]
A “Breaking Bad” meets “The Simpsons” mashup? Sure, why not! I love that Jane, Jesse Pinkman’s druggie girlfriend from season two of “Breaking Bad,” is depicted as a frog dissection experiment gone wrong. [The Daily What]