Here’s what’s new on HoboTrashcan.com this week:
Lost: Down the Hatch – Make Your Own Kind of Music
This week, Chris Kirkman recaps and analyzes the Desmond-centric episode “Happily Ever After.” It was a pivotal episode, one that began to reveal the importance of the alternate timeline, which means it was right in Kirkman’s wheelhouse. If you need help making sense of it all, he’s got you covered.
Murphy’s Law – Oh great, a Star Wars sitcom
Reportedly, Lucasfilms Animation is developing a comedic animated series written by Robot Chicken creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich and Daily Show writer Brendan Hay. While Joel Murphy believes that Seth Green is capable of finding humor in the Star Wars universe, he believes Green won’t be able to as long as George Lucas is involved.
Outside of the In-Crowd – Why Date Night needs to be amazing
Most comedy fans are hoping Tina Fey and Steve Carell’s new comedy Date Night is good. But for Courtney Enlow, good is not good enough. In Enlow’s eyes, Date Night needs to be amazing because the future of Tina Fey and, more importantly, the future of chick flicks hang in the balance.
Positive Cynicism – Questions that commercials make me ask
In the days of Tivo and Hulu, most of us try to avoid television commercials at all cost. But not Aaron R. Davis. Davis has been watching a copious amount of commercials and, as a result, he’s left with a number of questions for Burger King, the makers of Cheez Its and Flo from the Progressive Auto Insurance commercials.
Hobo Radio 126 – Virginia is for lovers
It seems that Gov. Robert F. McDonnell has brought back a controversial holiday that was abolished eight years ago. McDonnell has decided that April will once again be Confederate History Month, a move he hopes will boost tourism and endear him to his conservative base. It does not, however, endear him to Joel and Lars, who aren’t fans of Confederate History Month.
From the Vault – One on One with Kate Flannery
Alcoholic and lactose intolerant, Meredith Palmer is definitely an interesting character. And while she might not be the best employee in the world, she is definitely fun at parties. Fearlessly tackling the role is Kate Flannery, who was nice enough to sit down and talk to us back in 2006 about life at The Office. If you missed it then, enjoy it now.
– Hobo Stu
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