This list was written a while ago, but I wanted to wait until I’d posted my best of 2016 list to post this. That said, I’m still not done watching the movies from that list, so I won’t be posting it yet. I did want to post this one, though. I’ve already seen one movie from this list, and I have to say, I should have placed it higher on the list. Split has just bumped the next Shyamalan film up higher on my list for the year it is coming out.
I’m a big fan of Bill Cosby. And have been loving all of the videos that I’ve seen so far from Kid President. I was just thinking the other day, and tweeted a friend of mine, that Kid President is kind of like a little Bill Cosby. That gave me an idea. Why not get them together for a video?
Feel free to retweet this, and perhaps we can make it happen.
— SweetPaul (@SweetPaulMedia) February 2, 2014
And if you don’t know who Kid President is, check out this video, and then click here for more videos:
I just saw a sketch on Conan that featured a clip from the upcoming series Young Justice featuring Conan’s superhero character The Flaming C. Suddenly I saw a lot of traffic from search engines and people are looking for the footage. Welcome, fellow Conan fans!
I loved seeing that clip as a fan of both Conan and Young Justice. However, I have seen the episode that the clip was taken from, and the character that they animated The Flaming C on top of is Superman or Batman (I can’t remember which, but he has Batman’s voice). It was great seeing Conan’s character on the show, however, and I do hope that they keep pumping out the clips. It was definitely animated by the studio, though, and looked spectacular and authentic. I’m hopeful that they actually do a cameo, but I’m not sure of the legal implications of that. Because Conan owns his show, it wouldn’t be too difficult to make a deal with Warner Brothers to make it happen.
Clip after the break.
It’s been a while since I’ve updated, and I figured that I’d write a quick story to let you know that I’m still here, and still writing things. In fact, I’ve been doing a lot of writing as well as traveling. I got married, and have been on my honeymoon, but once everything gets settled down, I should have a bit of time to write up more about all of that.
In the meantime, Conan O’Brien will be returning to TV in a little more than a month. His new show is simply called Conan and it premieres on November 8 on TBS at 11pm.
The logo for the show has also been revealed, as you can see here.
Proof positive of the effectiveness of being creative, original and actually funny: The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien has not only been nominated for one Emmy, but FOUR. And Jay Leno’s Tonight Show received no nominations. Not only that, but ratings since Leno returned have been worse than they’ve been since 1993. NBC actually congratulated Conan, saying “We congratulate Conan and all our nominees on their creative accomplishments and their deserved nominations.”
Conan also tweeted about the nominations, saying “Congrats to my staff on 4 Emmy nominations. This bodes well for the future of The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien.”
Conan O’Brien’s The Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour has been announced. Not only is Conan’s tour missing Michigan, but the two Chicago shows sold out pretty much instantly. The only tickets left are the high cost ones that come with gifts and, if you’re willing to spend about $800, a meet and greet with the man himself. While that would be really great to do, I have a wedding this year, and thus, don’t have the extra cash to pay for at least 2 tickets for a meet and greet, no matter how great an opportunity that would be.