#snl – PorchDrinking.com
It’s tough to follow last week’s review, since it was objectively a thrilling week in the pop culture world. Jon Stewart announced he’d be leaving The Daily Show, Brian Williams taken off the air, and Kanye being Kanye at the Grammys. This week may not be as full of shocking revelations and moments of drama caught on film, but there’s definitely a few things of which we can take note.
The Interview: a Summary
Korea threatened it. Sony pulled it. “We don’t give in to terrorists!” Sony hires Olivia Pope. says “We’re going to distribute it…someday, somewhere- you’ll see The Interview.” George R. R. Martin offers theater to screen. All …
Marvel once again proves they are the coolest, most hip
In addition to the normal, modern mediums, the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ soundtrack will be released on a limited edition cassette tape. Yes, that’s right. Cassette. Tape. However, it won’t …
The 721st season of Saturday Night Live premieres next Saturday. If you’re planning on tuning in to see more Brooks Wheelan tattoo stories or some familiar faces standing in the background while Kate McKinnon does something hilarious, you’re going to …
How are you all doing?
Awards show red carpet followers? You all feeling a bit overwhelmed? Hang in there.
Beliebers? Remember to take a deep breath. It gets Bieber—I MEAN BETTER.
Grammy nominees? You’re going to a stupid awards show this weekend.
It’s the pop culture week in review for January 18-24. Who’s up first? Oh … wait … crap … Let’s just get it out of the way …
2014 is going to be a year of change. We might see a human organ produced by a 3-D printer, nations rise and fall, and hopefully the retirement of Justin Bieber. Despite these impressive technological and cultural milestones, there is an even greater transformation facing our nation – nay, the world. Yes, even greater than The Biebs playing shuffle board.
TV Is Back! … I Didn’t Say Good TV.
This is actually my scaled back fall TV preview. I was lucky enough to participate in PorchDrinking.com’s first ever Google hangout, where our pop culture team discussed fall TV at length. I’ll spare you most of the things we said there and end my plug with that.