Jim Carrey returned to host the Halloween episode of SNL. After the lowest recorded SNL ratings to date in an excellent Bill Hader hosted episode, let’s see how the cast and crew at 30 Rock retaliated this week.
SNL Alum Bill Hader returns to host, he is promoting his new film, The Skeleton Twins. He stars alongside with fellow SNL alum Kristen Wiig in the film, which has garnered some critical acclaim. Whenever a former cast member returns to the stage, things usually go pretty well. I had high hopes for Hader’s return, let’s see how the show went!
TGIF: Thank god it is Friday! The boys ponder the merits of eating human flesh, video games, the WWE god that is Dean “Unstable” Ambrose, Adam previews the new TV shows of the fall of 2014, and we all get to take a look into the twisted alternate reality where Hamm and Rowe dabble in the hunting of the most dangerous game.
Sarah Silverman returns to 30 Rock to host SNL for the first time. Silverman wrote and performed on the show for one season before being let go. How did her victory lap go? Let’s find out.
After a two week hiatus (which was both Destiny and life related) Jon and Adam return to bring you some BITE action! Topics range from destiny, Shadow of Mordor, soylent. Adam is becoming a social butterfly, and is making some significant life changes prior to hitting the big three oh.
Chris Pratt joins the cast for the 40th premiere episode of NBC’s premiere weekend comedy show. How did they do?
There are a lot of things that are great about AC/DC, but I’d like to single one out right now. I’ve noticed they are universally frowned upon by music snobs, and if you think about it, that may be one of the greatest things about them. They are the band that beats the music critics. It’s easy, somebody says AC/DC is repetitive and generic (Untrue, but bear with me) and then I ask, “Who’s your favorite band?” They answer. Doesn’t really matter what the answer is because “Back in Black” probably sold ten times as much as their entire catalogue combined. There you have it. End of discussion. The snobs lose.
Jon and Adam talk about a mystical trip to Illinois, wax nostalgia about the ER theme song and Michael Chricton novels. Video game news happened, and other stuff. Icloud is very secure. Adam brings terrifying Vegeta presents for children, and so much more.