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Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time Is Out Today And People Are Loving It

The Samurai Jack cartoon was wildly popular back in it’s day and garnered a cult following of sorts since and much to any fan’s delight the video game based on the popular animated show has finally released today to overwhelmingly positive reactions.

The game is an action platform game featuring the original voice actors from the show as well as locales featured in the classic show. With a dozen weapons or so to master there are many different ways to play for the many different kinds of players out there. Also featuring skill upgrades to further allow you to play the game your own way.

These days when a game releases it’s generally met with lots of negativity, even when the game is pretty good…the fact is gamers have become the worst Karens there are and will always find something to whine about and that’s coming from a gamer of 30+ years now. Samurai Jack: Battle Though Time though has been receiving almost all positive reactions and I thought it’d be fun to share some of how people are reacting on Twitter today with it’s release…so without further delay let’s get to those tweets.

It’s not their first time developing this type of game and they have seemingly done a great job this time around.

This right here is huge…If you want your game to be a success these days then you need to work with content creators online not against them with stupid copyright strikes.

It really was a fantastic show…maybe the success of the game will spawn a reboot???

It’s available on every platform so there’s no excuse for missing out on the fun with this game.

From the sounds of things it’s great on every platform…I’ll certainly be picking it up myself in the next few days…

What are your thoughts?

Were you a fan of the show?

Are you excited to try the game out?

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10+ Great Movies Featuring Amy Adams

Born in 1974 in Vicenza, Italy Amy Lou Adams studied ballet early on in her life but around the age of 18 decided she was more interested in theatre. She had a lot of TV roles in her early career but most were just one time appearances that gave her a little exposure on popular TV shows, her roles back then included being on an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, That 70s Show and Smallville. Her real destiny was in film though and she found huge success there and seeing it’s her birthday today I thought it’d be fun to go over some of my personal favorites of hers.

There is no ranked order on this list just mostly by release date and I am including only movies not her television roles and any sequels will be included in with the original as to avoid repeating things, so without further delay let’s take a look at some of Amy Adams’ movie roles throughout her career.

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Catch Me If You Can

Released in 2002 and directed by Steven Spielberg Catch Me If You Can is about an FBI agent pursuing pretty much the world’s greatest conman Frank Abagnale Jr. and it was a great jumping off point for Amy Adams’ career. Starring alongside great actors such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks it might be hard to standout but Amy Adams held her own and although she wouldn’t get more work for a year or so it is the first major role many people remember her in.


Released in 2005 and directed by Phil Morrison Junebug depicts the struggles a pregnant art dealer goes through while meeting her in-laws in North Carolina. Although the movie wasn’t a huge commercial success the critics loved it and Adams was nominated for an Academy Award for her role as well as winning numerous other smaller awards, concreting her place as an up and comer. Starring alongside Embeth Davidtz in a role that really let her show off her acting skills Amy Adams showed she was here to stay.

The Wedding Date

Also released in 2005 The Wedding Date was directed by Clare Kilner and gave Amy Adams a chance to show she could pull off mild comedy as well as dramatic roles…The film revolves around a woman who hires a male escort to pretend to be her date at her sister’s wedding and as you can probably guess things don’t go as planned. Starring alongside Debra Messing, Dermot Mulroney and Jack Davenport gave Amy Adams a chance to stand out in a supporting role and shine.

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

Released in 2006 and directed by Adam McKay Talladega Nights allowed Amy Adams to further show off her comedic skills in an even larger supporting role than her last one. Starring alongside Comedy legend Will Ferrell never hurts but Adams certainly kept up just fine and was one of the funnier parts of the movie. also starring Sacha Baron Cohen and John C. Reilly this film was overloaded with great comedic genius and was a huge commercial success spawning a sequel and a whole generation going on about how “If you’re not first you’re last”


Released in 2007 and directed by Kevin Lima Enchanted was Amy Adams first real role where she had to carry the movie herself and she did a wonderful job, so it’s no surprise we’re still seeing her in films to this day. Starring James Marsden and Susan Sarandon the comedic fantasy film is what many people remember Adams in first and is perhaps responsible for her career taking off.

Charlie Wilson’s War

Released in 2007 and directed by Mike Nichols the biographical film Charlie Wilson’s War covers a period of time in the Texas Congressman’s life and gave Amy Adams a chance to get back to a serious role and show she could still do dramatic roles. Starring Tom Hanks, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Julia Roberts the film showed that Amy Adam’s could still stay memorable, even in a smaller role.

Sunshine Cleaning

Released in 2008 and directed by Christine Jeffs Sunshine Cleaning portrayed a single mother working as a crime scene cleaner to help pay her son’s tuition to a private school. The film wasn’t a giant success or anything but it is a good movie and one I think about every time I hear someone mention Amy Adams. Starring Emily Blunt and Alan Arkin the film was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance.

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian

Released in 2009 and directed by Shawn Levy the whole Night at the Museum series of films were great, entertaining and full of great talent. Adams got to portray Amelia Earhart and although she is much prettier than the historical figure was she did a great job. Starring Ben Stiller, Robin Williams and Owen Wilson the film was a huge commercial success and brought Adams further into the spotlight.

The Fighter

Released in 2010 and directed by David O. Russel the biographical sports film The Fighter depicts the life and struggles of boxer Mickey Ward. As usual Amy Adams stood out and shined even among other great actors such as Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale. the film was largely successful and won 2 Oscars including one for Christian Bale’s role in the film.

Lois Lane in Multiple Movies

You can’t have a Superman movie without Lois Lane and Amy Adams has played the superheroes love interest in 3 movies now Including Man of Steel, Batman VS Superman and Justice League with her set to reprise the role in Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League due out in 2021…She encompasses everything Lois Lane should be…Classy, intelligent and take no shit from anyone and she is my personal favorite Lois Lane of all time.

As you can see Amy Adams has had a great career and is a very talented actress who I’m sure we’ll be seeing in film for decades to come…Happy birthday Amy Adams 🙂

What are your thoughts?

What’s your favorite Amy Adams movie?

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Comedy Central Cancels Drunk History After 6 Great Seasons

The show that taught a lot of us way more history than we were expecting to learn while at the same time being highly entertaining has finally come to an end, although the 7th season was in production before the pandemic hit Comedy Central has decided to just let the show go due in part to the pandemic and in part to their desire to focus more on adult animation type TV shows.

Featuring many different actors doing some very fun skits based around historical events the show found a near perfect formula for comedy. Featuring a multitude of celebrities such as Winona Ryder, Tessa Thompson and Seth Rogen among others I’m certain the show will be missed by many including myself.

With there only being a couple live scripted shows left on Comedy Central and the slew of 90’s animation reboots coming up including Beavis & Butthead and Daria is this the beginning of the end of the Comedy Central we’ve all grown to love? Is it just slowly becoming an adult animation channel? I for one am totally okay with that and am looking forward to seeing which direction Comedy Central takes from here.

What are youtr thoughts?

Will you miss the show or are you okay with seeing it go away?

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The Netflix Movie Cuties Faces Backlash From 4chan And Consumers For Sexualizing Young Girls

The general public and 4chan don’t often agree on everything but on thing it seems everyone can agree with is that sexualizing minors is beyond wrong and this was proven when moderators on 4chan put out an announcement that anything from the new Netflix movie Cuties was banned from the site and although many people are acting surprised by this the fact is that 4chan has never allowed this type of content, so it’s nothing new really.

The film in question Cuties is a French made coming of age tale about a group of young girls trying to fit in and be popular just like all young girls deal with and perhaps if the film was handled differently it could have been in the news for better reasons but instead the filmmakers decided having preteen girls twerking and dancing suggestively was a great idea and I’m hoping that at this point they’ve realized the error of their ways.

As the photo above shows 4chan has made their stance on this clear and bravo to them for doing so…4chan has a reputation for often trolling and messing with people online but in this instance at least I think we can all stand together with 4chan on this one…Netflix needs to remove this film from their service…I’m not sure who at Netflix decided releasing this movie was a good idea but they also need to be fired…anyone that thinks this kind of content is okay has to have some deep seeded issues of their own and the people that made the film should be ashamed of themselves.

I watched the trailer for the film and that was far beyond enough to reassure me that I don’t want to see the entire movie nor should anyone else.

What are your thoughts?

Had you heard of it before this point or did you like me, just find out about it?

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An Honest Review Of Netflix’s Project Power Starring Jamie Foxx (Minor Spoilers)

Netflix movies and original series are really hit or miss these days, when they first started producing their own shows and movies almost every single one was fantastic, almost every single one was a Hemlock Grove or Stranger Things level of popularity and success but as time went on the originals got worse and worse and seeing that Netflix made something themselves no longer motivates me to check it out like it used to. That’s not to say that they don’t release some gems from time to time still, The Umbrella Academy was really good and helped to show me that Netflix can still put out a winner when they put in the effort.

Project Power was released on Netflix back on August 14 and it honestly took me a few days to watch it specifically because it was a Netflix original and I haven’t had the best impression with them lately. The series stars Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Machine Gun Kelly and relative newcomer Dominique Fishback and centers around a new street drug which can give people superpowers for 5 minutes…The catch? you don’t know what power you get until you take the pill and some will just kill you instantly.

I’ll start with some of the things I enjoyed about the movie, the first being Jamie Foxx’s portrayal as an ex soldier father looking to save his daughter and to find the source of the new street drug and put a stop to it, even if everyone else in the movie was horrible you can always count on Jamie Foxx for a stellar acting job. I also was really excited about the premise and the possibilities of all the different powers I might see throughout the movie, I assumed there would be a lot of pill popping and then sitting on the edge of my seat waiting to see what power they get…but I didn’t get that so much and I’ll get more into that in the next paragraph…I also thought the special effects were done really well, they didn’t look too cheesy and the whole “each power is from an animal” thing was kind of interesting.

Okay so now a few things that bothered me and I’m sure I’m nitpicking but there were some things I just couldn’t bring myself to look past while watching the movie last night…Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s performance was mediocre, it felt like he was trying too hard to be a guy that loves and will do anything for his city, I’m usually a big fan of his work but wasn’t too impressed with it in this movie. Also the show has this awesome premise with these pills that can give you all kinds of cool superpowers and they really don’t play into that as much as they should have…You see maybe 6 or 7 people try the drug through the whole movie and not to mention the powers are supposed to be based in animal’s abilities in nature yet Machine Gun Kelly’s character just sets himself on fire as his power…what animal does that exactly?

Overall it was enjoyable to watch and was a cool idea for a movie but I feel it would have been so much better as a series, they would have been able to flesh out the characters more and explore more of the cool animal based superpowers that way. Dominique Fishback was decent and I’m betting we’ll be seeing her in lots more in the future…I felt like the movie was rushed and didn’t leave me wondering what was going to happen to characters long enough…a dilemma or problem would come up and 5 minutes later it was solved and done with just to move on to the next plot point…Not my favorite Netflix film for sure but certainly worth a watch when you run out of other stuff to watch…I give it a solid 6 out of 10

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20 Great Films Featuring Robert De Niro

With the legendary actor turning 77 years old today I thought it a perfect time to list off some of my favorite films featuring Robert De Niro. With a career ranging all the way back to the early 60s there is certainly no shortage of films to pick from when choosing favorites. so let’s get right to it and check out some of the acting legends better roles.

As always there is no special ranked order, it’s mostly just in order by release date and any movies that are part of a franchise will all be included in one entry as to not inflate the list with sequels and whatnot.

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The Godfather Part II

Released in 1974 and directed by Francis Ford Coppola The Godfather Part II is certainly not De Niro’s earliest role as he had nearly a dozen appearances in films before this one, but it is the earliest role I remember him from and the one I feel kickstarted his long and illustrious career in film. De Niro starred alongside other greats such as Al Pacino, Robert Duvall and Diane Keaton and the film would go on to be commercially and critically successful and was the first sequel ever to win the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Taxi Driver

Directed by Martin Scorsese and released in 1976 Taxi Driver would give Robert De Niro his first chance to carry a movie focused mostly on his character and boy did he pull it off. Starring alongside Jodi Foster, Harvey Keitel and Albert Brooks he would prove to everyone he had what it takes to be a leading man in Hollywood. The film is loved by critics and fans alike and was nominated for 4 Academy Awards as well as being selected for preservation by the National Film Registry in The United States.

The Deer Hunter

Released in 1978 and directed by Michael Cimino The Deer Hunter would star Robert De Niro as one of three steel workers whose lives were forever changed by the Vietnam War and would showcase his amazing acting skills. Also starring Christopher Walken, Meryl Streep and John Savage the film was critically acclaimed and loved by audiences for the stellar performances by all. the film won 5 Academy Awards including Best Picture and grossed $49 million at the box office.

Raging Bull

Released in 1980 and directed by Martin Scorsese Raging Bull was based on the memoir by boxer Jake Lamotta and would star De Niro as Lamotta himself. The film also starred Joe Pesci and Cathy Moriarty, who were both unknown actors before this point. although the film wasn’t all that successful at the box office it did garner a handful of Academy Award nominations and De Niro would win an Academy Award for Best Actor for his role.

Once Upon A Time In America

Released in 1984 and based on the novel The Hoods by Harry Grey Once Upon a Time In America would depict a group of Jewish boys who grow into prominence as Jewish gangsters in New York’s world of organized crime. De Niro would star alongside James Woods and Joe Pesci and although the film didn’t receive any nominations or anything at release it has since grown a fan base and is considered by many to be one of the best films in the gangster genre.

The Untouchables

Released in 1987 and directed by Brian De Palma The Untouchables would star Robert De Niro as the infamous gangster Al Capone and would depict the rise and fall of Capone’s empire as well as Federal agent Eliot Ness and his efforts to catch Capone. Also starring Kevin Costner, Andy Garcia and Sean Connery the film grossed $106 million and as nominated for multiple Academy Awards and Connery would win an Academy Award for his role as well.


Released in 1990 and once again directed by Martin Scorsese Goodfellas is an adaptation of the novel Wiseguy by Nicholas Pileggi and would star Robert De Niro as you guessed it…a gangster again but hey why fix what isn’t broken, the man plays a great gangster. Also starring Joe Pesci, Ray Liotta and Lorraine Bracco the film was a huge success and was nominated for 6 Academy Awards as well as snagging Joe Pesci and award for his role. It is widely considered to be one of the best films ever made and the peak of Scorsese’s career.

Cape Fear

Released in 1991 and directed by Martin Scorsese Cape Fear was a remake of the 1962 film of the same name which in turn was based on The Executioners a 1957 novel by John D. Macdonald. De Niro takes on the role of Max Cady a convicted rapist and twisted criminal mind as he terrorizes the attorney’s family who he blames for his incarceration. This is hands down my favorite role that Robert De Niro has ever played and I adore this movie. The film also starred Nick Nolte, Juliette Lewis and Jessica Lange and was the 7th collaboration between De Niro and Scorsese.

This Boy’s Life

Directed by Michael Caton-Jones and released in 1993 This Boy’s Life starred Robert De Niro as an abusive stepfather alongside a young Leonardo DiCaprio as his fragile stepson. also starring Ellen Barkin the film was received pretty decently by critics but was by no means a huge hit but I still personally feel that this is one of Robert De Niro’s best films.

A Bronx Tale

Released in 1993 not only did A Bronx Tale star Robert De Niro but he also directed it. The film is an adaptation of Chaz Palminteri’s Play of the same name and explores the life of a young Italian american boy who gets mixed up with the Mafia. Also starring Chaz Palminteri the film wasn’t much of a commercial success but most critics loved it and it proved that Robert De Niro could direct as well as he could act.


Released in 1995 and directed by Martin Scorsese Casino would star De Niro as a Jewish American gambling expert and handicapper who gets mixed up with the Chicago Mafia and the trials and tribulations he experiences because of his connections with them. The film also stars Joe Pesci, Sharon Stone and Don Rickles and was hugely successful at the box office grossing $116 million worldwide as well as garnering multiple Academy Award nominations and winning Sharon Stone a Golden Globe for her role.


Released in 1995 and directed by Michael Mann Heat stars Robert De Niro as a professional criminal specializing in high stakes robberies and pits him up against Al Pacino as a crazy twisted detective who is trying to catch him. The film also stars Tom Sizemore, Val Kilmer and Ashley Judd and is a great cat n mouse kind of film with lots of twists and turns. It was a critical and commercial success and is certainly one of Robert De Niro’s best films in my opinion.

Jackie Brown

Directed by Quentin Tarantino and released in 1997 Jackie Brown is an adaptation of the novel Rum Punch by Elmore Leonard and is the only Adaptation Tarantino has ever done. Also starring Pam Grier, Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Forster the film is a crazy ride along with some not so professional criminals and the many ways they stab each other in the back. It’s credited with revitalizing the careers of both Pam Grier and Robert Forster.


Released in 1998 and directed by John Frankenheimer Ronin stars Robert De Niro as one of a group of former special operatives hired to steal a mysterious briefcase. The film also stars Sean Bean, Jean Reno and Stellan Skarsgard and was mostly met with positive reviews although it didn’t do well at the box office. It has lots of twists and turns and betrayals and in my opinion is a really fun heist movie to sit down and check out if you haven’t yet.

Analyze This

Released in 1999 and directed by Harold Ramis Analyze This is what I feel was Robert De Niro’s first true comedy and was the beginning of the end as far as his roles as gritty and cold blooded criminals. The film also stars Billy Crystal and Lisa Kudrow and focuses on a Mafia Boss who goes to a therapist, it’s a fun movie that isn’t meant to be taken too seriously and I felt was a nice departure from De Niro’s usual roles back then. The film grossed $176 million and spawned a sequel Analyze That which was released in 2002.

Meet The Parents

Released in 2000 and directed by Jay Roach Meet The Parents is a comedy starring Robert De Niro as an ex CIA operative who is meeting his daughter’s fiance for the first time. The film also stars Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson and certainly has it’s great comedic moments, including one all about milking the teets of cats…The film was ahuge success grossing $330 million worldwide and getting two sequels Meet The Fockers and Little Fockers as well as a short lived series In-Laws on NBC in 2002.

The Score

Released in 2001 and directed by Frank Oz The Score starred Robert De Niro in a role everyone was used to seeing him in, as a master criminal and man not to be trifled with. The film also stars Ed Norton, Marlon Brando and Angela Bassett and is, in my opinion, a pretty damn good heist movie grossing $113 million worldwide and winning Angela Bassett a NAACP Image Award for her role.

Righteous Kill

Released in 2008 and directed by John Avnet Righteous Kill was the third movie in which Robert De Niro and Al Pacino starred together. also starring 50 Cent, John Leguizamo and Donnie Wahlberg the film focuses on vigilantism and cops good and bad and the mysterious case they are investigating. It didn’t do well critically or commercially but I personally enjoyed this movie a lot and would recommend it for sure.


Released in 2019 to critical acclaim and huge commercial success Joker would see Robert De Niro play one of the antagonists that drive Jaoquin Phoenix’s character Arthur Fleck to become the Joker. The film was the first R-rated movie to gross over $1 billion and won Phoenix an award for best actor. It is widely considered to be the best take on the DC Comics character.

The Irishman

Released in 2019 and directed by Martin Scorsese The Irishman has Robert De Niro get back to his gangster roots and is just as good as you’d expect a Scorsese gangster film to be. Also starring Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel the film follows a hitman working for organized crime and Jimmy Hoffa among others and it’s a joy to see De Niro in this kind of role again.

This is by no means a definitive list and I’m sure I left out a couple decent movies…These are just my personal favorites featuring the one and only Robert De Niro.

What’s your favorite De Niro movie?

Is there a film you would have added to the list?

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Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy Season 2 Review (Spoilers)

Based on the comic book series by Gerard Way The first season of The Umbrella Academy on Netflix did a great job of introducing the characters and giving fans a peak into their flaws and self loathing as well as the bond they share through a neglectful upbringing and left off leaving fans wanting more.

With the second season finally released on Netflix the story starts out with each of the 7 being dropped off in the same alley but in different years, forcing them to start lives back in 1963 and bringing a new dynamic to the show, I enjoy time travel and parallel universes on shows if done right and I honestly feel they did a good job with it here for the most part

The second season not only further fleshes out the 7’s back story but delves more into Sir Reginald Hargreeve’s past and his motivations for adopting the 7 in the first place as well as revealing that he may not even be of this earth…I was kind of annoyed they didn’t go into any more detail with that.

We are also introduced to a new character named Lila who ends up having her own motivations for seeking out the 7 as well as being the adopted daughter of The Handler, who is the main antagonist of this season. I have a few issues with the character of Lila as her power is she can reflect other people’s powers but is surprised when she sees 5 teleport, as if she’s never seen anyone with a power before…so how does she even know about her own power and how to use it? I’m wondering if the handler has had her hunting all the children born on that day and they just didn’t mention it, either way I’m very interested to see where her story arc goes.

Every show these days has plot holes, especially those involving time travel of any kind and I try not to let it bother me too much but little things like 5 being “out of fuel” to teleport just because it’s convenient to the plot is a little lame but with so many good things about the show I can look past it and be fine with it.

I also liked that they touched on the subject of racism, even if it was the racism of 1963, it’s still a great thing to bring more attention to , especially in the world we’re living in today..the kind of things shown on the show really happened to POC back then and still do today, it’s important for us not to deny that and pretend otherwise.

Overall I really enjoyed this second season and love how they left things off with the parallel timeline and the Sparrow Academy added into the mix, which if anything like the comics should be very interesting. I wouldn’t say the acting on the show is award winning , Ellen Page is good but sometimes feels a bit flat but perhaps that’s just the character she’s playing’s affect. The show is unique and fun to watch and I certainly don’t need a show to be perfect to enjoy it.

I give the second season a solid 7 out of 10 and would suggest watching it for sure.

What are your thoughts?

Did you enjoy the new season or did you like season 1 better?

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Comedy Central To Reboot Ren and Stimpy Cartoon

My childhood memories are full of classic cartoons such as Beavis & Butthead, Animaniacs, The Simpsons and of course Ren & Stimpy, which is probably the cartoon filled with the most adult innuendos and inside jokes back then. You can see inspiration from Ren & Stimpy in many of today’s top animated shows such as the whole style of Spongebob and the pouty lip face that Rick & Morty uses pretty frequently.

Comedy Central announced that it will be rebooting the show and so far I’ve seen a lot of mixed reactions online. you see they rebooted it back in 2006 and it didn’t go so well, they pushed to hard to be edgy back then and lost the spirit of the original show in the process, Hopefully they do it right this time around because I think in these trying times we could all use a little Ren & Stimpy in our lives…But will the edgy humor be too much for today’s world filled with snowflakes and people that get offended by everything? Let’s take a look at how Twitter is reacting to the news of the reboot.

Yea man, I’m not sure today’s society can handle Ren & Stimpy sadly enough.

There’s always at least one political joke in the bunch…but who’s Ren and who’s Stimpy?

The majority of people are just excited to see it’s coming back.

Like I said…the snowflakes won’t like it.

The world can’t handle anything these days lol not looking good for the show so far.

With a whole new team of people creating the reboot I can’t blame some people for having doubts.

I don’t think Ren & Stimpy and the word woke go together too well.

Not to mention Beavis & Butthead as well, should be interesting.

It’s certainly a risky endeavor without John K. at the helm, that’s for sure.

But wasn’t the crude grossness one of the best things about the show?

What are your thoughts?

Are you excited to see the show rebooted?

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It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia Turns 15 Today Here’s How Twitter Is Celebrating

It may be Obama’s birthday but just as many people are honoring today for the fact the TV series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia turns 15 today. The show quickly became a cultural phenomenon thanks in part to it’s unique brand of humor and it’s great cast including Danny DeVito, Howie Day and Kaitlin Olson among others. Twitter users are tweeting out birthday wishes to the show and I thought it’d be fun to take a look at some of them, so without further adieu let’s get started.

Many people would agree with this sentiment and yes I could always use a nice egg…

It was part of our lives for many years and people are sharing their favorite episodes.

Even people that aren’t die-hard fans still appreciate the glorious memes that were inspired by the show.

Although it’s not everyone’s favorite show it does tend to be in a lot of people’s top 5 list.

Some people are just tweeting their version of a happy birthday song.

It was certainly made when there were a lot fewer snowflakes in the world.

Man that’s a lot of TV watching…

It is a great show, which we don’t get too often these days.

Are you a big fan of the show?

Have a favorite episode? let us know in the comments 🙂

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Television Network G4 Is Making A Comeback In 2021

This years Comic-Con at home event was unique and had tons of exciting news for gamers of all kinds but perhaps the most exciting news for some gamers was the video that aired hinting at the fact that the video game network G4 will be coming back in some form in 2021 sometime.

Before there were thousands of popular streamers and before people got most of their video game news from Youtube there was G4. It was every gamers favorite network at one point or another and when it was at it’s peak with shows like X-Play and Attack of the Show it was the best network around for anything video games and I’m looking forward to having it back in our lives in some shape or form.

G4 was the first place many of us ever saw Happy Tree Friends and it was also my first exposure to Olivia Munn…fucking gorgeous by the way but sorry off topic…there is no word yet exactly how the network will be coming back but logically to me it makes the most sense for them to start a Youtube channel with that having much less overhead than running a TV network. Anyways I’m not the only one excited for the return of G4, let’s take a look at what people are saying on Twitter.

Even IGN seems excited…wouldn’t they be competitors?

They were an influence on a whole generation of gamers.

Attack of the Show making it even more official than it already was.

Wonder if this means she’ll be back on there again.

It was very unique programming especially for it’s time.

Yea I kind of miss watching him and Morgan every evening, don’t miss Adam Sessler so much though…sorry bro. 😦

It really did help many people realize a career in gaming was obtainable.

Inspiration to a whole generation for sure.

History man..history.

What are your thoughts? Are you excited to see the return of G4?

What do you miss most about it?

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