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So you've got Conan, Kanye, and Colbert on your feed. You were one of the first 1,500 people to follow Aziz Ansari. You're keeping tabs on everyone who ever wrote and performed on Mystery Science Theater 3000. But one thought may cross your mind every so often: What am I missing? Twitter lends it ... More >>
For those who lament the 1999 demise of Mystery Science Theater 3000, Comedy Central's weekly "watch-along" of bad, little-known films with running, mocking commentary by Joel Hodgson or Mike Nelson, and two or more robots, you now have reason to live again. The Minnesota-based show has a new--al ... More >>
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If you had the opportunity to catch Comedy Central's "Roast of David Hasselhoff" earlier this month, you know that no comedian hits harder than Lisa Lampanelli. In the course of one evening, she managed to lampoon everything from the Holocaust, Haiti, the oil spill in the Gulf and the Hoff's live ... More >>
Coco Mault via Flickr.comMinneapolis's Parkway Theater is a hidden gem. Owned and operated by the same family who runs Pepito's, the adjoining Mexican restaurant, it's a magical place where you can purchase margaritas along with your popcorn, and where the first rows of seats are soft leather ... More >>
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