Johnno and Michael Try Public Access

It’s basically like Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood... if everything went horribly wrong Welcome To Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood - I mean - Mr. Wilson’s Cul de Sac! In this episode of Johnno And Michael Try, the duo produces a public access show that’s about learning and positivity. The show starts off promising... until a very distraught, Mailman Mr. Strassner, shows up and confesses felony offense on public television. Unfortunately, Mailman Strassner’s crime isn’t something we can laugh off l...
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Help Us Hit $100 on Patreon to Unlock a New Column: Mystery Box of Misery

The Ani-Gamers Patreon has been growing slowly but surely, and our amazing patrons have helped pay for our hosting fees for the first time in the site’s history, hire an editor for the Ani-Gamers Podcast (thanks Pat!), and kick some money back to our contributors for all their hard work. As of this writing we’re at $83 per month, just $17 away from a clean $100. So, to sweeten the pot a little and push us past that next big milestone, we’re adding a new reward, unlocked at $100: a brand-new co...
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SPX Ignatz awards summed up at the Beat

2020 Ignatz Award Winners announced at virtual SPX Heidi MacDonald 09/14/2020 https://www.comicsbeat.com/2020-ignatz-award-winners-announced-at-virtual-spx/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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2020 Ignatz Awards from SPX

2020 Ignatz Awards Francesca Lyn Sep 12, 2020 SmallPressExpo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyB5iDCAZhg [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Eerie v3 #93 - Alex Nino art

Eerie v3 #93 Eerie v3 #93, 1978 - In the latest Abelmar Jones adventure, sneaking into an apartment in Harlem results in an alien encounter of the worst kind. Alex Nino's style easily blends humor and horror within the same story. As usual, his layouts are complex but maintain a visual reading path throughout the pages. Panels overlap or disappear altogether, emphasizing the overall page [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Sept 21 - P&P Live! Laila Lalami – Conditional Citizens – in conversation with Molly Crabapple

Monday, September 21 at 6 p.m. Laila Lalami with Molly CrabappleConditional Citizens Register [Author: Mike Rhode]
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8 Best Police Scanners Review in 2020 – (Tested & Compared )

Traveling to an unfamiliar city or area, do you feel a bit anxious? You love to stay informed about your surroundings. But you don’t know the city, nor do you know anyone there. Using the best police scanners, you can have all the news you need. From tapping into the local police frequencies to knowing about the weather and the traffic, everything. The best part, you don’t have to wait for the news to hear it first, you get the news right when it happens. Feeling interested? Then check out this...
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A Gentleman’s Guide To Purchasing Illegal Drugs

Original artwork created for Funny Or Die Tally ho, good sir! Might you have any of the cocaines? When purchasing consumer products, it is imperative to maintain certain societal standards. The same rules apply when procuring that good shit. 1. First, determine which manner of illicit drug you wish to imbibe by hiring a peasant boy to try every narcotic, stimulant, and psychotropic on the market. 2. Carefully observe each substance’s effect on the young street urchin - whichever ...
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‘Good Times’: Animated Reboot of the 1970s Sitcom is Coming to Netflix

Good Times, the classic 1970s sitcom that was developed by legendary TV pioneer Norman Lear, is getting a new version on Netflix. This reboot will be animated instead of live-action, and will tell a new story that’s inspired by the original series, which ran from 1974 through 1979. Lear, who’s still working in the industry at 98 years old, is on board to executive produce this new take alongside several unexpected collaborators – among them Family Guy head honcho Seth MacFarlane and NBA superst...
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‘Star Wars: The Phantom Menace’ Star Liam Neeson Has Kind Words to Say About ‘Episode I’ and Jar Jar Binks

Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace has gone from totally reviled to somewhat beloved over the years, and Liam Neeson, who played Qui-Gon Jinn in the film, wants you all to know he’s made peace with the project. In a new interview, Neeson said he enjoys the movie and has nothing but good things to say about Jar Jar Binks and the actor who played him, Ahmed Best. Star Wars: The Phantom Menace was a big deal. It was the first Star Wars movie in decades, and George Lucas returned to write...
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Class Reunion

putting the ass in class
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‘Scare Me’ Trailer: Want to Hear a Scary Story?

Cool weather has not yet swept across the country, but fall is nearly upon us. And as we approach Halloween, a new swath of horror movies await. One we’re particularly looking forward to is a horror comedy called Scare Me, which stars Josh Ruben and Aya Cash as two writers who find themselves cooped up in a cabin in the woods and decide to tell each other scary stories. Check out the newest trailer below. Scare Me Trailer I was really looking forward to watching Scare Me at this year’s ...
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Jim Parsons spills on how growing up in a homophobic culture impacted his life

Jim Parsons as agent Henry Willson in Netlfix show, Hollywood (Photo: Netflix) “I realized that being gay and growing up around people and in a culture where that wasn’t celebrated – where it was reviled, in many ways – had an impact on me. Happy as I am, I’m still working out the fear I grew up with: that by revealing who I really am, I will somehow lose the love of the people who are important to me. This story wasn’t a direct reflection of my time, and things have changed rapidly for ga...
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Cynthia Nixon blasts JK Rowling over transphobia: “It was really painful”

Cynthia Nixon, JK Rowling. Via Wikimedia Commons Sex and the City star and former New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon has publicly slammed Harry Potter author JK Rowling over Rowling’s ongoing attacks on transgender people. Nixon, who identifies as a lesbian herself, spoke about the effect the author’s transphobic attacks had on Nixon’s 23-year-old transgender son, Samuel. “It was really painful for him because so much of his childhood was tied up with Harry Potter,” Nixon told The...
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Universal Orlando Will Open Two Haunted Houses This Weekend, Despite Halloween Horror Nights Being Canceled

This past July, Universal Orlando canceled its annual Halloween Horror Nights event for the first time in 30 years – but the theme park remains hellbent on letting guests participate in some Halloween-themed scares. Two of the haunted houses that were part of this year’s Halloween Horror Nights lineup are being opened to visitors as part of what the park is calling “Halloween Seasonal Experience Testing,” and as of right now, the houses will only be open this coming weekend. Get the details bel...
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Women in Aviation - Official Trailer for 'Fly Like a Girl' Documentary

"We're not going to wait for a break, we have to make our break." Gravitas has released an official trailer for an inspiring documentary titled Fly Like a Girl, which first premiered at the Hot Springs International Women's Film Festival last year. After playing on the festival circuit for a year, the film is finally arriving on VOD this fall. A young girl aspires to change the face of aviation. Fly Like A Girl is more than just a film. It's a movement of young girls and women relentlessly p...
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Pixar Director Lee Unkrich Once Made a Secret Pitch That Sounds Eerily Like ‘The Secret Life of Pets’

When The Secret Life of Pets came out in 2016, more than a few people pointed out the similarities between the Illumination Entertainment animated comedy and Pixar’s Toy Story. But there’s nothing wrong with copying a tried-and-true formula, or emulating an all-time animated classic. However, it does raise a few more eyebrows now that Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich has revealed that he had pitched a Pixar film about pets living in a Manhattan apartment at least a decade before The Secret Life...
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Exclusive: Amy Seimetz Reveals Dream Stephen King Adaptation

Exclusive: Amy Seimetz reveals dream Stephen King adaptation In her 17 years of working, Amy Seimetz has proven to be a formidable force both in front of and behind the camera, including the 2019 adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary, and while chatting with the star for the thriller The Secrets We Keep, ComingSoon.net found out her dream project in King’s bibliography! RELATED: Unearthing the Stephen King References in Pet Sematary PB = PB || {}; PB....
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More Realtors are carrying weapons for self-defense

NAR survey finds that more than half of agents are still hosting open houses alone, but more agents are carrying protection in the form of pepper spray and firearms.
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Twitch Streamer Pokimane’s Virtual YouTuber Debut Not Warmly Welcomed

Highly controversial Twitch streamer Pokimane recently decided to jump on the bandwagon of Virtual YouTubers by debuting her own VTuber model, to the dread of many people following her on social media. The streamer’s tweet and a sample of her VTuber avatar: Pokimane, a popular Canadian gaming streamer with 5.5 million subscribers and 583 million […]
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Emmy Awards 2020: Predictions for what could be a very awkward show

Considering that the Emmy Awards will go virtual for the first time — and that winners will accept their prizes from their homes — maybe our annual batch of predictions should focus more on how the telecast will unfold, than who will prevail. For example: Just how many awkward flubs are going to plague host Jimmy Kimmel? Will the WiFi cut out, and if so, when? Who will have the best Zoom backgrounds? Related Articles The two rom-coms that inspired Geraldine Viswanathan’s ‘Bro...
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Review: Epicentro

— by BEV QUESTAD — Decaying, dilapidated, dark Havana are the first shots we get from Hubert Sauper, documentary filmmaker extraordinaire. But as the film moves on, with uninhibited scenes of sensuality and crashing surf, he ends up in a children’s ballet class. A little girl heading up a line of students asks him if […]
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‘The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse’ Animated Shorts Arrive on Disney+ in November

Mickey Mouse, everyone’s favorite rodent, is headed to Disney+ with the new animated shorts series The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse. The series features an art style that recalls the old school, 1920s Mickey films, The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse comes from the team behind the Mickey Mouse cartoon shorts that first premiered on the Disney Channel in 2013, and inspired the new attraction, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, the first ride-through attraction in Disney history starring Micke...
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‘Moonbase 8’ Trailer: John C. Reilly, Fred Armisen, and Tim Heidecker Train for a Space Journey – And Things Go Very Wrong

A24 and Showtime are teaming up for a new comedy series called Moonbase 8, which stars three hilarious actors: John C. Reilly (Step Brothers), Fred Armisen (Saturday Night Live), and Tim Heidecker (Tom Goes to the Mayor). Now the first teaser trailer has arrived, and it hints at what happens when a space training mission goes horribly, horribly wrong. Moonbase 8 Trailer I like how this trailer subverts expectations as it goes along. At first, it looks like any other mission-to-space sto...
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Mortgages in forbearance drop again, but that trend could reverse

As Congress continues to be at a standstill in passing a second stimulus bill to support Americans who have become unemployed as a result of the pandemic, it's likely forbearance rates could increase in upcoming weeks.
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Space Brothers Fully Supports Japanese Astronaut Soichi Noguchi

The popular science, comedy, and adventure series Space Brothers is once again collaborating with real astronaut Soichi Noguchi, who previously appeared in the series’ anime as well as the live-action movie. This time, the new collaborative effort between the franchise and Noguchi will follow the astronaut’s preparations towards his new SpaceX mission to the International […]
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Scott Evans responds to brother Chris’ accidental photo leak in the best way possible

A lot happened over the weekend, but leave it to Gay Twitter to singularly focus on a half-second of footage depicting an accidental overshare by one of Hollywood’s leading men. Captain America star Chris Evans thought he was sharing an innocent family video of a round of Heads Up, but when the screen recording ended and the phone paused for a moment on the camera roll, fans received an eyeful. Of course, theres no way of knowing for sure who the man in the photo is, but that didn’t seem to mat...
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The two rom-coms that inspired Geraldine Viswanathan’s ‘Broken Hearts Gallery’ performance

Geraldine Viswanathan fell in love when she read the screenplay for “The Broken Hearts Gallery.” Not with Max or Nick, the male love interests in the romantic comedy the Australian actress had been offered, but with Lucy Gulliver, the character she’d play. “I just wanted to be her/be her best friend,” Viswanathan says. “I thought she was just so unapologetically herself. “And she wears her heart on her sleeve, and that’s a really brave thing to do, and inspires the people around her to be their ...
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‘Fargo’ Season 4 First Look Video Dives Deeper Into the 1950s Gangster Story

After many delays, both for production and for the premiere, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Fargo season 4 is finally coming to FX. And to celebrate the forthcoming premiere of the fourth installment of Noah Hawley’s anthology black comedy crime series, FX has released a first look video diving deep into the story of this season’s multigenerational gangster epic. Watch the Fargo season 4 first look below. Fargo Season 4 First Look The Fargo season 4 first look is chock full...
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Enter ComingSoon’s Roman Holiday Blu-ray Giveaway!

Watch a Roman Holiday restoration discussion with Leonard Maltin With the enduring classic Roman Holiday debuting on Blu-ray for the first time ever this week, Paramount Home Entertainment has provided ComingSoon.net with 3 copies to give away to our readers! The winners (must be within the U.S.) will be picked at random by Wednesday, September 16. All you have to do to win is email your name with the subject “HEPBURN” to: [email protected] . Click here to order Roman Holiday on B...
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