“Am I a good man?” - The Doctor It was only a matter of time until the Daleks resurfaced again. And, being a Steven Moffat episode, it was also only a matter of time until we once again questioned whether or not the Doctor is a good
If you are looking to become a great poker player, the last place you want to look to is Hollywood. This guest column explains what the movies get wrong about being a great card player.
A Vox article claimed to have the definitive answer on whether or not Tony Soprano died in the finale. Joel Murphy reacts to this latest development.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars are joined by comedian, improviser and wearer of tank tops Josh Kuderna, who hosts The Digression Sessions on Thunder Grunt. The guys discuss the Emmys, CBS' farting hippo controversy and the contestant who is suing Dating Naked for showing her naked.
Aaron R. Davis defends the fundraising effort from the predictable backlash it has begun to receive.
“You probably can’t even remember where you got that face from.” - The Doctor The central question of this week’s episode is: who is the new Doctor? Fans at home are wondering how the older, more reserved Peter Capaldi will be replacing Matt Smith. Clara is wondering
Context is everything. Nine episodes into the season we get to meet our characters the day before the Sudden Departure. I was surprised the writers and showrunners decided to do this considering the way episode eight ended. They broke the climactic pace in order to give us
When he’s not writing for HoboTrashcan or drinking himself into a gin-soaked stupor, Ned Bitters spends his days molding the minds of today’s impressionable youth. And today he once again checks in with some of his favorite moments from inside the classroom.
Joel Murphy has created an Aladdin drinking game, which he shares with all of you this week. He and Lars also discuss the incredibly convoluted ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, break down Michael Keaton's new film Birdman and fill out another MadLibs. And they discuss their new new
Aaron R. Davis shares his thoughts on the tragic events in Ferguson, Missouri and racism in America.