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Article Theory Time: How Did Sherlock Survive His Fall?

By Andrew Bridgman / December 3, 2013

Theory Time: How Did Sherlock Survive His Fall

In the 2nd season finale of the BBC's hit drama Sherlock, the title character seemingly plummeted to his death as his partner Watson looked on helplessly. The major cliffhanger that ended the episode, however, revealed that Sherlock somehow survived his apparent death - and unscathed, no less. But how did the world's greatest detective fake his own demise? Here are some theories...

Filed Under   TV   theories   sherlock

Article Videogame Sprites In the Real World

By Staff / June 7, 2013

Filed Under   irl   internerd   sprites

Article Don Mattrick's Internal Memo To Zynga Employees

By Andrew Bridgman / July 1, 2013

It was just announced that Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business President, Don Mattrick, is leaving Microsoft (and his role as the face of Xbox) for the CEO position at Zynga, a major social gaming company behind such games as FarmVille. This is the internal memo sent to Zynga employees by their new CEO.

Filed Under   xbox   microsoft   zynga   don mattrick   memos

Article San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Cosplay Wrap-Up

By Staff / July 26, 2013

The turtles were busy trying to disarm some bombs at a dam and smashing apart their NES controllers at the time.

Filed Under   cosplay   the weekly irl   comic-con

Article If The Internet Wrote Ghostbusters

By Andrew Bridgman / September 6, 2013

Filed Under   ghostbusters

Article Rapping Shop Owners, Item Rentals, and Destroying Evil: Our Review of the New Zelda Game

By Andrew Bridgman / November 15, 2013

Review: The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds


What You Need To Know About The Legend of Zelda - A Link Between Worlds:

  • The map is a near identical recreation of the Hyrule from A Link to the Past, for better or worse. It's fun to come back to a familiar world with new twists added to it, but at the same time there's less sense of discovery.

  • You get to rent and purchase pretty much all the big items you would normally get through the course of a normal Zelda game (hookshot, bow & arrow, etc.) at the beginning of the game AND IT IS AMAZING.

  • Instead of having a magic meter and item collecting (set number of bombs, arrows, etc.), you have one single general meter for magic and items that automatically refills AND IT IS AMAZING.

  • A mother and father who seem very worried about the whereabouts of their young child don't seem to be too concerned when you tell them that their child is a magic sage who is now in a dimension separate from our own to help destroy an ancient evil, which is weird.

  • There's a rapping shop owner.


Filed Under   zelda   rap   reviews   dorkly review   link between worlds

Article How To Deal With Every Kind of April Fool's Day Prank

By Andrew Bridgman / April 1, 2014

Entertainment News Site Has a Major Scoop

Batman vs. Superman is actually gonna star Christian Bale as Batman now? Steven Spielberg is taking over the new Star Wars movies and they're going to crossover with the Harry Potter universe? Wow - very subtle with the PRANKS, MOVIE NEWS INTERNET SITES!

How To Deal With Every Kind of April Fools Day Prank

What To Do: Write "NUH-UH - NOT BUYING IT!" in the comments. Add "YOU JUST GOT APRIL SCHOOL'D!!" if you feel your comment warrants it.


Friend or Relative Alerts You of a Major Life Event Via Text

Your cousin is getting married? Your best friend just found out she was pregnant? Your dad was hit head-on by a semi-truck and is in the ICU of the local hospital, where your mom is sitting in the waiting room, catatonic from shock and a grief so deep it is completely unknowable?

Could these people BE any more obvious with their pranks? (classic Chandler reference)

How To Deal With Every Kind of April Fools Day Prank

What To Do: Text back "PSSSSSSSSH - APRIL TOOLS DAY IS MORE LIKE IT!" Because they're all a bunch of piss-poor prankin' tools, that is.

Filed Under   pranks   april fools

Article Humble Bundle Math

By Andrew Bridgman / September 12, 2013
Humble Bundle Math

Filed Under   charity   indie games   fez   humble bundle   ftl

Article Star Trek's Uhura Was Convinced To Stay On The Show...By Martin Luther King Jr.

By Andrew Bridgman / January 20, 2014



While Star Trek is often dismissed as a weird subsection of nerd culture, it's hard to downplay how hugely important it was to society (outside of the convention world) - the series, the brainchild of creator Gene Roddenberry, presented a vision of the future that was almost unheard of at the time (near the height of the Cold War): it was a future that was bright, where the possibilities were endless. It was a future where people of all beliefs, nationalities, creeds, races, and species worked together to achieve great things. It was a future of tolerance and peace. While the rest of the world was expecting the future to be one of burnt skies and atomic fallout, Star Trek said we'd be traveling through space (granted - to 1920's gangster planets and also wrestling with lizard people, but still).

Also, it contained the first scripted interracial on-screen kiss in television history, between Nichelle Nichols' Lieutenant Uhura and William Shatner's Captain Kirk (granted - while both were being controlled by faux-Greek aliens using telekinesis, but still).

Filed Under   star trek   neil degrasse tyson

Article The 10 Most WTF Examples of Doctor Who Fan Fiction

By Chloe Cole / November 21, 2013

On November 23rd, the BBC show, "Doctor Who," will celebrate its 50th Anniversary with a special television event called "The Day of the Doctor." To prepare for D-Day, enjoy these titles and excerpts from the most NSFW Doctor Who fan fiction on the internet.


Conjugal Visits

by clare009

"The Doctor and River take advantage of their legal rights in unconventional ways."


Because Doctor Who is all about following the rules.

Filed Under   wtf   fan fiction   doctor who   nsfw