It’s like a Grand Theft Auto character has come to life.
Choose a Setting:
1. The War of 1812
2. Wikipedia’s first office, 2000
3. Sodom and Gomorrah
4. Suburban Minneapolis during the Cold War ’50s
5. A robot factory in the not-too-distance future
6. The site of the first SARS outbreak, 2003
7. Europa, the sixth moon of Jupiter, in the year 3000
8. Berkeley California, circa 1967
Choose Your Lead:
1. Bjork, for some reason
2. Patton Oswalt in a surprisingly meatty dramatic role. He can practically smell the Emmy already.
3. Anyone from American Pie
4. Sir Ben Kingsley, pretty much phoning it in
5. A talented person with a perfect face who has somehow never landed a major acting role
6. Dennis Franz, resurrected
7. An increasingly creepy Tilda Swinton
8. The entire cast of Sideways
Finish reading Create Your Own Highbrow TV Pilot!
The best part about a wholesome morning news show blasting DMX is how horrendously awkward their laughs are.
Reality T.V. is so dumb. WAIT don’t change the channel, though, I want to see who the father is!
The obvious mash-up for celebrating large, nontraditional families.
Seen here giving a lecture on the importance of always having extra underwear.
The Internet loves imagining Disney Princesses in other fantasy universes — Star Wars, the Marvel Universe, Doctor Who, and, yes, Game of Thrones. But what if the beloved animated Princesses actually were on Game of Thrones? The real question isn’t who they would be or what they would do in Westeros, it’s "how long they would survive before getting axed by the trigger-happy George R.R. Martin?"
In honor of the Season 4 Finale, we’ve taken a good, hard look at the pantheon of Disney Princesses, and estimated how long they could stick it on the show before getting Ned Stark’d:
Our new favorite Game of Thrones character is YOU!
We’re looking at you Game of Thrones fans.
The stars of your favorite TV shows teach you how not to ruin them for your friends.