Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? It’s a question we’ve all asked, well… sung. While the song’s lyrics don’t ever actually answer the question asked within, it still leaves us with a warm happy feeling. The optimistic upbeat tune that opens Jim Henson’s immortal educational program is burned into the brains of pretty much everyone who’s ever watched the show (as well as a few torturees, but we don’t talk about that.)
With the release of the Nintendo Switch less than two weeks away, YouTuber insaneintherainmusic, felt like it was a great time to pay homage to one of their now classic consoles. That’s right, the Nintendo Wii’s main theme is finally getting the Jazz cover it deserves!
Fatal Farm’s Lasagna Cat Is Back! If You Don’t Know What That Means, Click and Learn Why It’s Amazing News!
This week, the Fatal Farm folks began teasing what appears to be the return of John, Garfield, Odie, and the whole crew. It’s been nine years, and the guys have been working in the big leagues (Adult Swim, Key & Peele, etc.) so the quality of the video has jumped significantly.
Joanna Sloame and the other geniuses at POPSUGAR bridged the gap between stupid humans and dogs. How? By having humans pose like (insta)famous dogs for photos. Brilliant, right? I know.
As we approach Thanksgiving, you’ll be seeing a lot more Thanksgiving content make it’s way into your Facebook and Twitter feeds. Some of it will be good, some will be bad, and some will feature a hairy yam with six-pack abs.
Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin are both making names for themselves on the internet. These BuzzFeed girls branched off and created a greater fan base with YouTube channels of their own. Allison and Gaby are both writers, actresses, and funny female icons that everyone should know and love.
Sometimes saying certain phrases, or in this case names, in succession creates a sort of rhythm.
Some days you just need a video a dog popping a giant water balloon.
One of my favorite Vimeo Video Editors, whoispablo, put together an interesting new Supercut showing the similarities between the recently rebooted Mad Max: Fury Road and the original Mad Max Trilogy.
Disney owns both Pixar (and their colorful emotions) as well as Lucasfilm (what with the Han Solos of the world). When you own those kinds of intellectual properties, you can mash ’em up, throw ’em up on the web.