Musings From Us Entries For Comedy

The following are the various articles that have been filed and posted under the category of TV Shows / Comedy that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

Monsters vs. Aliens: Supersonic Joyride

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Monsters-vs-Aliens-Supersonic-Joyride-DVD-CoverIf you were lucky enough to see the original Monsters Vs. Aliens animated movie a few years ago, then you are in for a treat when you check out the TV series. Some things have changed since then. There are new aliens, Insectosaurus is no longer with the team, and Ginormica/Susan Murphy can control her size. Dr. Cockroach (Chris O’Dowd), Susan (Riki Lindhome), The Link(Deidrich Bader), and B.O.B.(Eric Edelstein) are still living over at Area 50-something under the command of General W. R. Monger( Kevin Michael Richardson).

Since the invasion of Gallaxhar, some new aliens have shown up. Some evil, some cute, and some just confused. There is the evil Coverton (Jeff Bennett), whom will take any suggestion and find a way to use it to manipulate someone into working through his next nefarious plan. The adorably cute, and extremely intelligent Sqweep (Haley Tju), whose inventions are amazing but still pretty much designed by a child. A tiny pink, Asuran-like alien child. Also there is Sta’abi(Gillian Jacobs), a female alien warrior whose race is so proud that they get offended by just about anything. Sta-abi also has a pet, Vornicarn (Fred Tatasciore), and this critter loves to eat and eat.

Mouth Wide Open campaign in Northamptonshire

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I would like to thank VampireFilmNews on Twitter for this wonderful and funny short video that is now on YouTube. Believe it or not this video is actually a commercial for the NHS Northamptonshire dentists that is taking advantage of all of the vampire and Twilight craze that is going on now. In this video we see a sexy scantily clad woman that is sensuously taking off her thigh high hose as she is getting ready for bed. This is not something you would expect to see on a commercial, not in the US and not that provocative but as they say, it’s not over yet. In the background you can hear someone walking and the music tempo gets more eerie and races to a crescendo when a vampire walks into the room and throws the woman to the bed. In true undead style he works his way up her body and then opens his mouth to take a nip from her well exposed neck.

Review: Dirty Jobs

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Have you ever heard the They Might Be Giants song, “We Care A Lot”? Not really a bad choice for the theme song of Discovery Channel’s long-running series, Dirty Jobs. Mike Rowe has the wonderful job of taking us into places most of would never dream or even nightmare of going into. Usually, for maybe about a day, or maybe more, Mike apprentices in some of the nastiest jobs you never even knew existed. From cleaning out sewage from pipes under a major city, to testing if wild geese might have Avian Flu in the Yukon Delta, Mike has been there, and he’s ready to take on more nasty, icky jobs dealing in the name of sanitation and science.

Review: MythBusters

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There really is not enough said about this wonderfully funny docucomedy done by the Discovery Channel. If you have never watched this show you are missing a lot. The founders of the show Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, special effects wizards, take us on a wild and wacky trip to investigate if something is actually true or not with most of the common myths that we might know.

They have confirmed and busted myths from all over the place with the help of their builders Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara. Yes the show can be geekie but what guy would not want to be educated by Kari and what woman would not want to look dreamy eyed at Grant. Those 2 are not the reason for watching the show but it might at least get you interested enough to watch it.