Comedy pilot for AOL. Includes a VH1-styled “fashion police” parody, alongside a short documentary-esque comedy segment about modern urban office life in NYC. Also, puppies.
Hosted by Jordan Carlos. See Episode 1 here.
Comedy pilot for AOL. Includes a piece about Ken Burns analyzing NBC’s The Office, alongside red-carpet interview footage with Julianne Moore and David Duchovny, et al.
Hosted by Jordan Carlos. See Episode 2 here.
An outtake, deleted scene, or what-have-you from our AOL pilot project starring former “Overheard in New York” editor Michael Malice.
Green carpets, green screens.
Commissioned by and produced for vanityfair.com, featuring noted monologist Mike Daisey, for starters. (No Graydon Carter whatsoever.)
More so-called “original content”: a space-age instructional how-to on the proper protocol for instant messaging communication. Because we all wish we could be as skillful with using original film stock and found footage as noted director Roman Coppola!
Original video content! We’re just like everyone else! The Office: A Documentary Film by Ken Burns
Jazz? Baseball? The Civil War? Borrrrrring.
Documentarian Ken Burns examines the relationship plight that has torn our nation asunder: Karen vs. Pam, from NBC’s The Office. (Part of our pilot project for AOL.)
We’ve received these pictures before and sort of ignored them. But they showed up today, and have newfound relevantacity. If the emailer from a right wing-aligned media organization close to the story is to be believed—and frankly, there’s no particular reason to believe it, but why not?—that’s Clinton, with his arm around pretty much everyone he meets. Insert your own politically-motivated, disgraced journalist-coddling jokes here.
Happy Huh? Day
It’s Thursday? What happened? I thought it was Wednesday.
Not All Dogs Go to Heaven: Snarly & Me, hitting bookshelves in about 8 years.
Earlier: The George W. Bush Book Club (All Hack Edition).