This is a short film kickstarted from a webcomic about a gang of misfits running an undercover speakeasy in 1927 St. Louis sourcing more bootleg whisky. Their opposition is happy to stop them from doing so violently. Oh and they're all anthropomorphic cats. [more inside]
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!
They're not getting the band back together, but Joel Hodgson IS trying to reboot MST3k with new episodes, new voices, new Mads, and a new host. Looks like he might do it. [more inside]
Silicon Valley: Runaway Devaluation Season 2, Ep 2
Hooli’s lawsuit scares Laurie off (despite Monica's protests), leaving Pied Piper without funding. Erlich and Richard slink back to the VCs whose offers they had turned down, but all they get is the aftermath of their disturbingly profane "negging" thrown in their faces. Jared provides a twinkle of hope by setting up a meeting with a VC he "bro'd" with on Dinesh's cousin's app, but the team quickly finds themselves victims of a "brain rape." Richard covertly meets with Gavin Belson, who offers to acquire Pied Piper. As Richard is about to respond, they're interrupted by a mariachi band and the episode ends with a hilariously awkward cliffhanger.
The Antiques have escaped from the Antiques Mall. Plus, a very scientific update from afar, new management at StrexCorp, and the return of Children's Fun Fact Science Corner. [more inside]