The Tom Waits version of The Wire’s theme song is definitively the best version of The Wire’s theme song, no?
The fact that my entire morning was filled with talk about staff meetings interspersed with phone call after phone call to agents makes this brilliant piece especially relevant and poignant today. Hillllllarious.
PETE, FALLINGThe next character we see is Pete, shot from behind like the show’s man-on-couch graphic. He’s on a train, but headed in the “wrong” direction, as falling out a building would be definitely headed in the wrong direction.
DEATHThe first thing we hear anyone say to Pete is, “You’re losing your head there.”
HEIGHT If Metro-North trains had the same stops back on May 31, 1966 (this date in the timeline of the episode), as they do today, it’s likely that Pete and Trudy live in Cos Cob, Conn., as the next two stops after he boards are announced as Greenwich followed by Port Chester. One of the two theories surrounding the naming of Cos Cob is that it comes from the Algonquin term for “high rock.” From the Greek, the name Peter means “rock” or “stone.”
From the look of things, someone at Salon ripped through an eighth’s worth of White Widow and then jotted down some “Pete Campbell meets his untimely demise” conspiracy theories, based exclusively on hidden symbolism planted through out the Season 5 Mad Men premiere…
This is what happens when Canadian brown paper bag puppets act out Community in under 3 minutes…
I feel like we’re in a pretty good timeline with this one.
These “Breaking Bad” Valentines rock harder than a pair of twin cousins ready to revenge fuck you.
A Special Holiday Greeting from Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” starring Natalie Gregory, Matt McCroskey, Cordelia Reynolds, and Hayley Terris.
Let’s hope Andy Cohen loves it as much as we do….
— Community’s Dan Harmon on female comedy writers. This is pretty accurate.
My passion for Star Trek is actually rooted in my love of television and the art of franchise and a premise designed to stick people together that have to figure out what to do. I think that’s just what good TV is: the Seinfeld Chinese restaurant, parking garage episodes.
I’m shocked that they didn’t take into account Holly Holiday from “Glee.”