Kevin regrets his trip to the woods as he floats in a void of despair after the shadowy figure removed Kevin from existence. His internal monologues of shame are punctuated by flashes of an existence he never knew wherein he delivered parcels for a package delivery company.
With his detective agency shut down, and more and more of Kevin’s reality in shambles, he makes a last-ditch effort to return things to the way they used to be by venturing off into the woods where a cabin is said to appear every full moon. Kevin enters the cabin and speaks to the shadowy … Continue reading KCW, s3e1 “Kevin Canned Wait”
Corey Taylor comments on Metallica's 500 weeks on the Billboard Top 200
I know it's been a while since I've posted anything, but let me assure you of one thing—this site ain't dead yet! Nope! Yes, it's true, that Kevin Can Wait kicked the bucket and that The Big Bang Theory will be ending after this upcoming season, but that will not stop this website from bringing you nonstop … Continue reading We’re Not Done Yet, Man!
When an interracial lesbian couple moves in across the street, Roseanne turns into a literal pile of shit. She slurms her way over to their house to hurl insults at them while the laugh track encourages the TV-viewing audience at home to reward this repugnant behavior with laughter. Later, Dan surprises Roseanne by trading in … Continue reading Roseanne, “Heavy-Handed Horse-Pucky”
Howard is back together with his recently resurrected wife, and things are going great...until he accidentally crushes his genitals in her new Juicio™ juice pressing machine. Luckily for Howard, his upper middle class white privilege put him at the top of the genital transplant recipient list. When he notices that the penis he chose from … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Cold-Pressed Transplantation”
Dear White People continues to impress me with its second season.
Dear White People returns for a second season, May 4th on Netflix.
By Jeffery Shellenbarger
Season 1 of Dear White People—the Netflix dramedy series based on the film of the same name—largely explored themes of being black in a space that has historically been segregated—through both systemic and official means. In this case, it’s the Ivy League college of Winchester University. Throughout the season, we saw the characters finding themselves pigeonholed into their very specific roles until it all exploded in a fiery protest.
Season 2 picks up directly after the events of the first season. An alt-right movement—the rather ironic politically correct term for a white supremacist movement—has taken a stronghold at Winchester following the protests and a dorm fire that forced the integration of the historically black AP house. With the invasion of white students into the black space, the students are forced to explore the dualities of…
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After a couple of popular kids get busted for posting a "most hated" list in the school, Young Sheldon feels even more like an outcast when he notices that his name isn't on the list. He goes to drown his sorrows in ice cream when the scooper (guest star Henry Rollins) gives him some sage … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “All the Other Kids with the Pumped Up Bazingas”
What is the purpose of a remake, beyond milking an established work for more money? More often than not, you are better off just watching the original. There are exceptions, of course. David Cronenberg’s The Fly is, in many ways, superior to the original. It pulled this off by taking the general premise from a … Continue reading Bing Bang Review—Day of the Dead: Bloodline
Hey y’all, it’s your Aunt Linda here. After months and months of begging, I finally have my own feature on this website! Oh, how exciting! Since I have been given the freedom to write whatever my thrice-broken heart desires, I decided to dig deep and do a little bit of investigative journalism. Oh honey, the … Continue reading Diggin’ Deep w/ Aunt Linda: Funyuns
Hey Knotheads, Sour Patch Kids, and the Legion of Cörey, it is I—Corey Taylor—here to bring you my thoughts on some stuff I just read about. Some might find this approach to be a bit shallow. They may ask, “Hey Corey, why are you taking to the presses to share your thoughts on a subject … Continue reading Live & Uncensored: Apples and Bananas
The Potato Penny and Leonard give this whole relationship thing another go, but there’s a catch: this time their relationship is open! The Potato Penny immediately starts seeing another woman on the side (Stranger Things's Shannon Purser), which both arouses Leonard, and causes him deep hurting. Meanwhile, Sheldmond, Raj, and Howard struggle to figure out what … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Relationship Opening”
The day Young Sheldon has long dreaded has finally come: the swimming unit in P.E. class. Despite his fear of water, Young Sheldon discovers that he’s actually pretty good at it. That is until he jumps off the high dive and emerges from the water sans swimming trunks. Embarrassed, Young Sheldon tries to hide in … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Your Bazinga is Showing”
Hey there Knotheads, Sour Patch Kids, Taylorites, and other fans of mine, it’s me, your favorite heavy metal vocalist Corey Taylor here again to share with you my thoughts on the news and whatnot. It’s been a rough news week, and I know you’ve all been waiting on me to comment on it. And you … Continue reading Live & Uncensored: Hamburgled
The local police are flabbergasted as multiple cases of people waking up with their spleens missing go unsolved without an clues. When Chale becomes victim number ten, Kevin takes the case! As the police pursue a local black market organ harvesting ring, Kevin decides to investigate a mysterious footprint that leads him to an ancient … Continue reading Kevin Can Wait, “Kevin Cannibal Wait”