During my freshman year at MIT, most of the guys in my dorm would stay up insanely late trying to think up an idea that would change the world. Unfortunately, this pursuit usually just turned into betting someone to do something stupid. Case in point, I remember one night I bet my friend Gary 50 bucks that he couldn’t down three flaming vodka shots in under a minute. He gladly accepted the challenge and we set them ablaze. However, as we were stupid college freshmen, we didn’t know that you have to blow out the flame before drinking and sadly, Gary didn’t realize this until it was too late. Terrified, he spit the vodka out – momentarily resembling a screaming dragon – and lit the common room ping-pong table on fire. Luckily, someone else grabbed a fire extinguisher while I hid in the corner laughing, fairly certain I had just witnessed the best fire story of my life. Continue reading →
Revolution is set to return to NBC’s schedule on March 25, and in the interim, six animated webisodes will be produced. According to EW, the first episode is available starting today on sites as varied as NBC.com, Hulu, YouTube, and even On Demand. One new webisode will post every week until February 18. You can check out the first webisode, below. Continue reading →
There once was a brave boy named Peter, who took good care of all of his brothers and sisters. He gave them food and water, kept them safe from the monsters in the woods, and taught them to read stories and hunt tasty squirrels.
One day, Peter went walking in the forest. Mean and scary men with letters burned on their arms came out from the dark and grabbed at Peter. He kicked and punched; but there were too many bad men, and they took him to their home far, far away. Continue reading →
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – October 30, 2012 – NBC today announced changes to its 2013 primetime mid-season schedule highlighted by the premieres of three new series, including comedy “1600 Penn,” from one of the architects of “Modern Family”; an intriguing drama “Deception” (formerly “Infamous”); and producer Eva Longoria’s big reality relationship show “Ready For Love.”
In addition, several of the network’s biggest hits will return, including “The Voice” with new coaches Usher and Shakira; fall hit “Revolution“; “Smash,” featuring Jennifer Hudson; and “The Biggest Loser,” with some innovative changes to the format and the return of Jillian Michaels.
InStyle: Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) has a Demi Moore moment on tonight’s Revolution when she receives an Indecent Proposal from a member of the militia. The situation calls for her to wear this black lace dress, a sexy-chic look even 15 years in the future! Meanwhile, without a doctor in their midst (after Maggie’s unfortunate demise two weeks ago), the gang faces some tough medical decisions when Nora is injured. Tune in tonight at 10/9c on NBC so see Charlie’s choice.