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SONG OF THE DAY: “Scientifically Accurate Spider-Man” – FOX Animation Domination

Published September 16, 2013 by Teresa

Song: “Scientifically Accurate Spider-Man”

Performed by: Unknown, yet thoroughly awesome, voice actress

Album: n/a – can be found on FOX ADHD (2013)

FOX’s Animation Domination has other “scientifically accurate” videos on their YouTube page (Duck Tales and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which are also hilarious), but I saw this Spider-Man one over the weekend and it had me rolling! Since it’s Monday, and most of us could use a laugh on Mondays, today’s Song of the Day is “Scientifically Accurate Spider-Man.” Enjoy, Marvel fans! :)


SONG OF THE DAY: “Title of the Song” – DaVinci’s Notebook

Published August 27, 2013 by Teresa

Song: “Title of the Song”

Performed by: DaVinci’s Notebook

Album: The Life and Times of Mike Fanning (2000)

So, I totally didn’t know that DaVinci’s Notebook was Paul and Storm’s first group! :) Also, didn’t know that this particular song existed until about a month ago.

The things you learn.

Anywho, I could use a laugh today, and I figured you could, too. So here’s “Title of the Song” by DaVinci’s Notebook. It’s pretty much the template for every song by a boy band or R&B group in the 90s. You’re welcome.


Tor Post: “Surprise Joss Whedon, Pillow Fight Tricia Helfer, and More in Today’s Premiere of Husbands Season 2″

Published August 15, 2012 by Teresa

Hey there, kids! Brad Bell and Jane Espenson’s wonderful web series, Husbands, saw its Season 2 premiere today! Have you seen it yet? Well, what are you waiting for? Check it out at!

If you’d rather hear what I thought about it first, you should check out my review over at!


It seems that, in season two, Team Husbands has embraced the fact that a) Brad Bell is a huge nerd, b) Jane Espenson is a huge nerd, and c) a huge portion of their fan base is a bunch of huge nerds. Geek bait abounds in this first episode, from the cameos to the incorporation of internet life to mentions of Star Wars. And that’s a good thing. The people that make web shows go viral are generally the same people who go to comic cons and try to make web shows of their own. But knowing their audience doesn’t just benefit the show from a marketing standpoint, it pays off massively in the writing of the second season, making the dialogue even snappier (if that’s at all possible) by using a shorthand that’s more easily understood by more people who actually watch the show. Whereas the Cheeks of season one seemed to be speaking in a way geared more toward readers of In Touch, this season balances Cheeks’ high-profile celebutante existence with a tech-savvy, nerdy sensibility that is both genuine and resonates with their audience. Bell and Espenson are an amazing team, and their work together has gelled even better for season two.

To read the full review, or to leave a comment at the post, CLICK HERE!

Update, and Why Garfunkel and Oates Speak to My Soul

Published May 29, 2012 by Teresa

By SebbyWhite on DeviantArt.

Hello everyone!

So, there’s a lot going on. But, because there’s so much going on, I haven’t been able to set aside time to write about it properly, because there are too many other things to write/do/prepare for. So, this is just me letting you know that 1) I’m not dead, and 2) that I will be attempting to keep a more regular blog (as well as more regular writing of an internet nature in general) after June 1st, which is an important deadline for me.

Until then, please enjoy the latest Garfunkel and Oates video entitled 29/31. It pretty much speaks to my soul. My 32-year-old, shriveled-ovaried soul:


Published December 25, 2010 by Teresa

I’m a very lucky girl, in that I get to spend the Christmas holiday with so many wonderful people! I spent Christmas Eve with my friends Cathy, Angela, and Olga seeing the movie Black Swan. That shit was BANANAS. B-A-N-A-N-A-S. It was like the Showgirls of ballet. But also actually kind of a good movie in a really trashy way.

Today, I’ll be seeing those three ladies again, as well as several other friends at a “Jewish Christmas” party (movie, Chinese food, booze), before going elsewhere to watch the Doctor Who Christmas special on BBC America.

Sunday, I’ll be celebrating Christmas with the family at my brother’s in Staten Island, and Monday I’ll be going to visit my dad as well as (hopefully) seeing Joanna and Eileen (who should be up from Florida by now!).

So, I’ll be a busy bee this weekend, but I wanted to take the time to wish everyone celebrating a very Merry Christmas today. I hope it’s filled with joy and people you love. To help you celebrate, here are some Christmas video favorites of mine for you to enjoy:


O Holy Night – performed by Mariah Carey (my favorite rendition of this song ever!!)


Christmas Wrapping – performed by The Waitresses


Dick in a Box – performed by Andy Samberg and Justin Timberlake (it’s a modern Christmas classic, I swear!)


The “Doorbells” sketch from SNL – performed by Jenny Slade (for some reason, I couldn’t get this to embed!)


A Completely Unsubstantive Crush Post (Beautiful, Beautiful Picspam)

Published February 9, 2010 by Teresa

I’ve decided to take a break from relentless productivity to stop and appreciate complete and utter hotness.  Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you my latest crushes:

SASHA ROIZ – Sam Adama on Caprica

OK first, just look at him:

Not convinced?  OK, how about this one?

Um, clearly someone has season passes to the Gun Show.  Wait, still not convinced?  OK, I see those guns and raise you hot tattoos and really big blades…

Add to that the fact that he’s super talented, really smart, enjoys karaoke (from what I gather from Twitter), replies to Twitter followers a lot, and works out with kettlebells.  *drools*  Now, he plays Teh Gay on TV.  I don’t know if he’s Teh Gay in real life, but it doesn’t matter.  Because in The Cockles of My Vajayjay, where my fantasies live?  He’s whatever I want – usually not wearing much but the fedora.  And of course, the blades…

You really, really need to watch Caprica.  I mean, yeah, yeah, yeah, it’s a great show.  Well-written, great acting all around, blah-blah…  But come ON:

DANIEL TOSH – Comedian

OK, first of all, tell me you wouldn’t make out with this guy at the bar…

Yeah, I thought you would.  I saw his comedy special, Completely Serious, on Comedy Central for the first time the other day and fell in love!  Not only is he hot, but he is hilarious and sarcastic as hell, which is the world’s biggest turn-on.  I could totally imagine walking through the park holding hands with Daniel Tosh as we make fun of homeless people and the elderly just before we go back to my place to bone.

But it would all be just in good fun, of course.  I mean the making fun of the homeless and the elderly, not the boning.  The boning would be serious, and real.

What makes him truly hot, though, is the cocky, assured delivery of the jokes.  You can pretty much listen to all of Completely Serious on YouTube, and you SHOULD.  But here’s a clip from some stand-up he did for

He’s kind of become *gasp* my replacement Dane Cook!  I’ve heard that his show, Tosh 2.0 on Comedy Central is less effective than his stand-up…but now I’m going to check it out anyway.  Because how could I possibly ignore any endeavor undertaken by a hottie who does this?

Simple.  I can’t.


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