Dane Cook sits down in the WTF garage to talk with his best impersonator Marc Maron. [@danecook]
For some reason the network now known as Nat Geo has landed the first post-Osama interview with George W. Bush. [@brianstelter]
Vulture takes a look at seven other Ben Affleck films besides The Town that would make good GOP metaphors. [@vulture]
Fox is about to make it a lot harder (or at least more expensive) to watch their shows online. [@TIME]
Herman Cain attempts to undo the damage he's done to the Muslim community. [@Slate]
It turns out people born in the 80's still want to watch Nickelodeon shows from the 90's. [@mediadecodernyt]
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
All the best links that were worth retweeting today on @GotchaMedia.
John McCain uses a Lord of the Rings metaphor to explain why the Teabaggers should get in line and back Boehner's debt ceiling plan instead of focusing on defeating Mordor, which in this scenario represents the Obama Administration (I think).
Family Guy premiered these clips from the upcoming tenth season at Comic-Con.
Dan Savage makes a deal with Rick Santorum. If Santorum doesn't run for President on an anti-gay platform, Savage won't exacerbate his Google problem by redefining his first name.
Stephen Colbert takes back his "Colbert Bump" after Herman Cain cancels his appearance for this Thursday night.
Jon Stewart comments on Obama's debt ceiling address from Monday night and his apparent decision to turn the negotiations over to regular citizens.