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Cee Lo Green’s “Cry Baby”: Steve Urkel Gets Dapper

Cee Lo Green is such a genius. I am absolutely obsessed with his new video for “Cry Baby,” from the ’50s styling to the amazing guest stars—Jaleel White, aka Steve Urkel, and a girl who looks suspiciously like Laura Winslow. Wow, Jaleel has some pretty hot dance moves and looks kind of sexy in a pair of white plaid pants with Converse. Side note: I really want to know who Cee Lo is singing to here. I have a feeling it’s the same person he was addressing in “F**k You.” She really inspired some great breakup songs. Keep reading »

Soapbox: Why Is Everyone Going Crazy Over “Bellflower”?

Back in 2004, I was sent to review a little movie called “Sideways.” It was the story of two 40-something dudes embarking on a wine-tasting trip, one of them hoping for a last fling before he gets married. The Pinot Noir talk in the movie made me roll my eyes, so hard I almost got a headache. I also fell asleep in the middle. I ended up giving the flick a blah review. So imagine my surprise when other reviews started coming in and everyone loved it. It went on to win the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. The whole experience left me scratching my head and thinking, Did I miss something?

I’m having the same experience with “Bellflower,” an indie movie that made a big splash at Sundance last spring and that was just released in theaters on Friday. Currently, the movie’s rating on Metascore is 74—very high. Critics from The Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, and The New York Times have given it raves. Keep reading »

The Daily Ovulation: Babies Compete In Diaper Derby

 

Is New York’s recent Diaper Derby a baby race or a metaphor for life? You decide. Existential philosophy aside, it’s hard not to enjoy a good baby competition because no one really cares about winning, everyone is just doing they’re thang in their onsies. I think the world would be a better place if there were more baby competitions. There could even be a prime time special like a baby Olympics, or the Puppy Bowl, only with babies. You heard the idea here first. Keep reading »

Senor Chang Will Frighten and Amaze

If you’re not watching “Community” yet, I’m going to give you an assignment: Start watching it already. It’s one of the funniest shows on TV, and that’s in large part to the work of one Senor Chang, played by funny dude Ken Jeong. Jeong, who proves that you can switch up your life path at any time, used to be a medical doctor and then became a doctor of funny with roles in “The Hangover” and “Role Models.” Here, enjoy a selection of some of Jeong’s finest moments as disgraced Spanish teacher Senor Chang and get prepped for the next season of “Community,” starting up again this September. [NBC]

 

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Kris Jenner’s Awesomely Bad Music Video

 

If you thought Rebecca Black’s “Friday” was awesomely terrible and that LuAnn De Lesseps’ “Chic, C’est La Vie,” was infuriatingly amazing you must, must, must see this music video that Kris Jenner—mama of Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian—made for her 30th birthday. It’s called “I Love My Friends,” and it’s a poorly sung love poem to the people in her life. “We’re big on carpools/ Judith Lieber/ Bible study/ Cheesecake Factory,” she sings. “Baby showers/ Birthday parties/ Valentino’s/ Church on Sunday/ Everybody’s very happy!” Oh, and yes—the girls make an appearance at the end. They even wrote the lyrics to the song, according to the credits. And look out for cameos from Michael Jackson, Kris’ first husband, Robert Kardashian, and his most famous client OJ Simpson. [Syleite] Keep reading »

NYC Construction Worker Apologizes With A Song

 

NYC construction worker, Gary Russo, took time to serenade Upper East Side residents on his lunch break with Sinatra’s “New York, New York.” I suppose we should consider his construction karaoke a peace offering of sorts for all the racket his men cause. If he truly wants to “wake up in a city that never sleeps,” he has achieved just that. Thanks to constant jackhammering and such in many of our neighborhoods, we haven’t slept in for months. Construction noise is especially unwelcome at 7a.m. on a Saturday morning, which is when they turn on their cement mixers. I suppose I’d be less aggravated if my slumber was disrupted by singing rather than drilling. Oh wait, the guy next door already does that. He starts doing his opera warm-ups at 8a.m. Oh the many joys of living in New York. [Telegraph] Keep reading »

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