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Rob here with a new weekly feature, the Netflix top 10. I’ll be counting down the top 10 for the week and you’ll get to look at my sparkling face (and trying to hold down your lunch!).
List and video after the jump.
As I mentioned on the podcast, I’ve been watching the show “The Big Bang Theory” and, let me tell you, I’ve been getting a big kick out of the nerd / hot chick antics.
For those of you who haven’t seen it, this is a show about a bunch of nerds who have a hot chick living across the hall from them. She manages to deliver a bit of the real world into their fantasy and physics filled lives and the results are often pretty damned funny. There’s a quick video after the jump.
Another episode of the hit series Spartacus has gone down on Starz and, as expected, things are still moving along at a very good clip.
This article does contain spoilers so make sure you’re either caught up or don’t mind before you read on.
Well, the boys at RockStar have released another video about their upcoming crime thriller L.A. Noire. I watched it. After I changed my pants, I watched it again. I have to stop, now, because I’m running out of trousers.
So, I’m out of town for the next 4 days for a business conference (Who does conferences over a weekend? Seriously?) and the resort I am staying at has a secure proxy to the interwebs…pretty much like every other hotel in the world. Except that this one has a major problem.
I almost hate to do a report on celebrity drama but in this case I have to. Lindsay Lohan seems to be spending more time in court, these days, than on the set of films.
Well, kids…It’s almost time. Epic’s epic trilogy is heading into its third episode, in the fall, and this installment promises to be every bit as good as the first 2 releases.
Rockstar Games’ new detective thriller, set to release May 17th 2011 in North America and May 20th 2011 in Europe looks like a super sexy revisit of some of the old police games from the 80’s.
As promised, here’s another Spartacus update. Now with extra dong!
Ahhhh, the national anthem. A song that is heard at the beginning of every major sporting event in the United States and is recognized all over the world. The song is notoriously hard to perform because of the major octave changes (The words “red glare” in the middle and the upper half of the word “free” at the end are a full octave and a half above the word “say” in the beginning) yet for some reason, performer after performer seems to want to embellish with over the top vibrato and pitch changes instead of focusing on the things that matter most; namely, singing IN KEY and getting the words right.