In this episode of Nearly Coherent, things get a little weird:
Behold, a new episode of Nearly Coherent!
In this episode, we have an enlightened discussion on dick pics, Dave wraps up all the things eD! and Jeff missed on the Grammys, and a lively debate is had over celebrities wanting to be part of Saturday Night Live’s political sketches.
I kinda love this week’s episode of Nearly Coherent. You should give it a listen.
Jeff attempts to ignore the news, but eD! is an ass and pop’s Jeff’s media-blackout bubble! Everyone enjoys some high-quality signs from the Women’s March! A definitive ranking of hottest United States Presidents! And we reveal the shocking truth as to why Dave is still not engaged!
The first trailer for the live action Beauty and The Beast hit the internet today and it’s a welcome respite from the total shit-sandwich last week was.
Watch it. Get excited. Do a little jig. Take your mind off of how awful everything is for a few minutes.
While I want to stand firm on my “fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me” position on the DC Extended Universe, this trailer for Wonder Woman kinda makes me wanna go see the movie. Like, a lot.
And, to its credit, it features 800% more colors than either Man of Steel or Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Boredom had, so maybe lessons have been learned?
I’m a big fan of the Classroom Instruments bit on “The Tonight Show”, and I’m an even bigger fan of The Lonely Island, so this is kinda a perfect storm for me.
History buffs might be glad to hear that Mr. Paulsen will perform a new verse of “Yakko’s World,” which was written before the Soviet Union broke up, in 1991. The song has been frequently nitpicked for its omissions and shortcuts, and the new verse will add any nations formed in the past 25 years.
“Animaniancs” is my favorite cartoon of all time, so they can just go ahead and take all my money for tickets right now, thank you very much.
And if you’re not familiar with “Yakko’s World”, (a) where have you been hiding all these years?! and (b) please see below.
Apple has released a behind the scenes video for their iPhone ad featuring Cookie Monster. It’s the greatest thing in the world and you should stop whatever you’re doing and watch it right now.
While this apparently caused some people to have weird panic attacks, it is met with great relief and celebration here at Nearly Coherent Industries HQ, because capitalizing internet was a stupid-ass thing to begin with.