Living the future as it happens. and some art. maybe a little echo chamber. but some straight up content. or not.
Hey everyone, Eagleheart is back and it is an amazing show and funny. It is directed by Jason Woliner who often turns out to be the director of things I like a lot. I think. I’m going to go look into him more. But hooray for Eagleheart exceeding expectations. Plus I saw Brett Gelman in a commercial so there is hope he isn’t gone from the show forever. (please?) The show goes so fast and the reality of the show is so plastic(?) and ever-evolving. They play with the absurd humor working into the lives of the characters in a way I find endearing.
I saw season one on the computer or something and then I saw season 2 as the episodes aired and I really enjoyed that experience. With a weird show, sometimes they lose you as they go along, but I feel Eagleheart has been honed or improving or something good. I recommend you get on board this insane train. It feels fun to be going along with it.@2 weeks ago
The proof is not in the pudding.
The proof of the pudding is in its tasting.@1 month ago
we’re on it, along with a bunch of other great bands.
Great compilation!@6 days ago with 3 notes
Dana Gould has a brand new stand up album and it is very funny. He has a bunch of jokes about his marriage that are made quite a bit more uncomfortable because he recently broke up with his wife apparently after the special was taped.
This reminds me of the Louis CK special Chewed Up which featured some funny jokes about married life not being great. His marriage lasted through the release of the album but it wasn’t so surprising when his divorce was announced.
It’s called I know its Wrong and he used to write for the Simpsons and is a very skillful comedian.@3 weeks ago
And I have not forgot
but a silence crept over me@1 month ago with 5 notes