In character as Joan, Silverman roasts Steve Jobs: “Steve, I hope you’re forced to buy a new and better casket every six months so you can see how we feel!”
4. Wearing flip-flops.
Let’s all support #LateLateNormNorm and make late-night TV dangerous again.
Time and distance are incredibly important to the larger issues her performance has brought up. Being a black woman using slavery as a stage for her comedy, she marches very close the invisible line people have created separating appropriate and wrong.
All hail Queen Bey.
Forget life lessons. We have Bill Murray.
What is this in us human beings that makes us want to do that one thing perfectly?
For the first installment in a series that brings together two greats to determine who is truly the greatest, I thought we could start with the King of Kings.
Polar Vortex (hey, didn’t I see them open for Flaming Lips?) might be bringing the icy hammer of Hoth down upon half of North America right now, but there were a few perky (they had good support) moments for women in the news today.
I think we can all agree that white men are parasitic, awful people that are responsible for all of the world’s problems.