Did you watch The Katering Show’s first season when I linked to it, and then were too lazy to pirate season 2 when you found out that it was only on services that were either for pay or for Australians? Good news, the second “seasoning” of this “cooking” show is finally on YouTube.
I don’t usually post about stuff from comic conventions, but since everyone loves Rick & Morty I’ll make an exception for this one. At the San Diego Comic-Con this year the show’s voice of both Rick & Morty, Justin Roiland, showed a video during their panel of the show’s titular characters reading an actual court transcript from Georgia.
Previously it was only available via a shaky-cam video from the convention by an attendee, but now Adult Swim have posted the footage directly. The language is extremely vulgar and hilarious, so you’ve been warned.
Somehow I’ve never posted about The Katering Show, a comedy cooking show featuring a “…food intolerant and an intolerable foodie.” Lets remedy that and you can watch the entirety of their first season on YouTube.
The show is amazingly funny if you enjoy British or colonial-british humor.
Unless you’re in Australia and have access to iView, which I assume is a koala bear reenacting a show for you, season 2 of The Katering Show is only available in the US through a new (pay, with a free trial available) service called Fullscreen.
The FCC’s page on the CALM act that outlawed loud commercials:
Q: Do these rules also apply to radio commercials or commercials on the Internet?
A: No, the CALM Act only applies to commercials aired on television.
This explains the deafeningly loud commercials while watching Mr. Robot on USA’s Apple TV app.
Seinfeld2000 in the intro to their interview with Wayne Knight:
Look. i like to “goof around ” a lot on social media. But when youre talking to a screen & stage legend like Wayne Knight who is ENSCONSED in the seinfeld universe and emblazoned in popular cutlure, its time to get serious. im glad i did bc the result is honestly one of the best interviews in journalism history.
This interview with the actor behind Seinfeld’s Newman character has the best ending to any celebrity interview, and is overall the best celebrity interview ever published by a website.
Cutlery Corner is my favorite television show of all time. It is funnier than The Office, more socially relevant than The Wire, more suspenseful than Breaking Bad, and profoundly less boring than Mad Men. Every night the men and women on Cutlery Corner create the greatest accidental art known to mankind. Let me prove it to you.
In perhaps the ultimate proof that cutting the TV cord is possible, you can now watch Cutlery Corner live on YouTube.
Hello PlayStation Nation! Every time we announce new features for PS4 here on PlayStation.Blog, I love going into the comments to answer your questions and see feedback on which features people really like and which ones people still want to see. One of those questions I have been able to count on has been, “Where is our PS4 media player?”
If you were watching our E3 press conference pre-show, you probably heard the good news — Media Player for the PS4 will be available to download from PlayStation Store this evening. A Media Player icon will appear in the PS4 content area, simply select the icon and you will be taken to the PS Store where you can begin the download.
A DLNA player for the Playstation 4, finally.
I’m a hockey fan. It’s probably the only sport I enjoy watching. I also happen to be one of those new age hippies that doesn’t pay for cable or satellite… streaming content is the only thing I care about. I am not interested in paying for channels that do not interest me, so I don’t see the merits in paying for TV I won’t watch just so I can subscribe to NHL Center Ice.
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