The boys celebrate one year of Chapo by revisiting great past moments on the show with History of the World: Part I-style reenactments. Then they go on and reenact moments from The Ricky Gervase Show, WTF with Marc Maron, Serial, HBO's The Jinx, and more.
At noon, on this day, 26 years ago, Mystery Science Theater 3000 premiered on a little channel that we like to call The Comedy Channel. I thought this would be an appropriate day to contribute to the Kickstarter, so I did. Hi-Keeba!
This week: The 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, how it's reported in the US media, and Obama's attempts to tiptoe around the word genocide in official statements. New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key is called out for repeatedly yanking a waitress' ponytail and pretending his wife did it YES THAT REALLY HAPPENED. An update on everyone's favorite media quack, Dr Oz fights allegations that his show is a biased, misleading, terrible source of medical information. And Now: Political Figures Interviewing Themselves. The main story: The fashion industry's long-standing and continued reliance on oversea sweatshop labor (YouTube 17m).
Marry Me: Annicurser-Me Season 1, Ep 4
Annie comes to believe the anniversary of her and Jake's first date is cursed when a tornado warning traps the gang in her building's basement in the latest of a string of bad events on that day. Gil reveals he is a "survivalista" and takes control of the situation, making him surprisingly attractive to Dennah.