This isn't to say there will be no 'Swim discussion on the new blog but you can always check it out for yourself at pandasized.tv ;)
Thanks for all the support, see you on the other side.
Splitsider has a cool interview with Eagleheart star Chris Elliot and the writers/directors (including Jason Woliner of Human Giant infamy) about the series as a whole, the conception and the premier of Season 2! Despite their pleas that it's not a Walker Texas Ranger parody (which it isn't in the strictest sense), there's no denying they favor satirizing the genre.
So are you an Eagleheart fan? I find it a bit hard to penetrate, I probably prefer NTSF, but it's still worth a look if you haven't give it a chance.
Looks pretty amazing, how many times have you seen poorly designed images of Reddit saying "Holy cow, these voices are all by the same guy!" Imagine if someone just made a documentary about that, and it was about the launch at arty Film Festivals, then maybe a limited theatre run in a city you don't live in, then on DVD where you see it on a shelf a months after it's release."Oh yeah, that movie," you say making a note in your phone before going home a adding it to your Netflix watch list.
Lesley's election campaign has dominated Season 4 of Parks and Recreation, and as the season winds up viewers will be tuning in to see whether she is successful in her bid for Mayor. According to Diane Haithman audiences will have to wait until the climax to know for sure which outcome the producers have decided on with two alternate endings being shot simultaneously, one where she is successful and another where she is not - that's right, just like Rocky Balboa (2006).
No confirmation on whether the incumbent Mayor will end up being portrayed by Bill Murray, as has been rumored/hoped/please can it please happen I'll be good all year I promise.
News breaking today is hot enough to melt whatever boner you could possibly muster. Danny Fucking McBride (Eastbound and Down) and Matt Maiellaro (ATHF) will be combining for a new comedy series for FX, having struck gold with their showcase animated series Archer. The meat in this awesome manwich is Grant Dekernion, writer and friend of McBride, and now someone I am glad exists on this earth.
While McBride is the big name in this deal, just as exciting is the full involvement of his production company Rough House. Why is that a big deal? Well, I'll tell you - geez, settle down. Co-founders of Rough House would be the hilarious David Gordon Green (also Eastbound and Down) and Jody Hill (Observe and Report, Eastbound and Down). Effin great dude. Effin. Great.