Amidst all the elegies for Steve Jobs, there were actually a few really awesome things that happened on the net this week. I am here to remind you of those things. So what did the Steve Jobs facilitated internet have that was so cool this week? Just you wait…
First up is actually a blast from the recent past. With 30 Rock on hiatus until January, I am crazy desperate for some zany, whacky Liz Lemony fun. And Netflix has it for me. The fifth season of that show is currently available for instant streaming and I am loving it. You should too!
When I’m not getting entertained by netflix (which I am relying on due to the lackluster fall lineup), I am also watching kids do cute stuff on the internet. Take this little cutie from the UK for example. I didn’t even know what a Nikki Minaj was until I saw her singing the crap out of it. Normal Mikey would have issues with the hypersexualization of the young girl, but let’s be honest…I am drunk when I am writing this.
Did you get the memo? It is finally freaking fall! I love fall so much I want to take it behind the middle school and turn it into more episodes of 30 Rock. It is cool and crisp and clear and I don’t sweat every time I touch the outdoors. Let’s party!
Why does partying always lead to porn? I dunno, but it just does. This is a parody of a classic porn film. Sure we could probably talk for hours about what exactly makes a “classic porn film” since porn isn’t really about art or history, but we are going to avoid that. Let’s just enjoy snarky gay dudes narrating Coach.
Speaking of really low culture, let’s talk Glee. So if you didn’t notice, I have stopped watching this particular train wreck and I couldn’t be happier. I love that I don’t have to deal with the plot inconsistencies and the really random characterization. Call me a snob, but I do want my zany, musical tv show to actually believe in its own world long enough to keep it the same for the next episode.
Ok…so there you go kiddies: 30 Rock on Netflix, Cutie singing Nikki Minaj, Fall, Coach, and Goodbye Glee. What’s on your list?