Hey, remember that philosophical episode of Futurama where Bender plays god, then meets god, who is a giant mass of energy and knowledge somewhere in space and he tells Bender that no matter what they try to do to help their people, they blame God for the repercussions that the solutions actually cause so, God can hear their cries for help, but he can only sit back and observe for their own good?
Force of Hobbit: Bilbo’s back and he means business
Nothing says ‘whoa, it’s December’ like a bumper crop of film and TV releases. In the week’s Time Out magazine, we’ve chatted to a chap who’s in two of the biggies coming up this month. Martin Freeman is the man of the moment with ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug‘ opening this Friday Dec 13 and the new series of ‘Sherlock’ making a welcome return to our screens on New Year’s Day. In our interview, he talks about fans imagining him and Sherlock having sex and how he enjoys fighting wargs (giant wolves kept by orcs).
Sherlock says the darndest things - part 1 | part 2
nobody even tries anymore
You look sad... When you think he can't see you.
A CROW TRIED TO GO IN OUR CLASSROOM AND HE HAD A PEN
"But I came prepared to learn!"