Weekend Hangover: Lego Simpsons, Wooden Dick, Chicken Tail, Gummy Travolta

Monday, February 10, 2014 at 8:00 am


Who were those stylish, square-masked individuals? Perhaps one of many things you missed over the weekend, some of which have been slapped together into this one big-ass post for your enjoyment.

This week's items compiled with the assist of SlyDante777, including tips from himself and Citrus_King, rkwsuperstar, Patch999, James.k.Polk, troi, Anyone00, Dr.Gonzo82, Gallen_Dugall, clone_boy99, aidan.jeans.

-Oh hai, movie of book about movie! What's new with you? You say you got the results of the test back, and you definitely have James Franco? Haha, what a story.

-Double Fine wants you to vote for your favorite indie game concepts - the makers of one about a horse enlist My Little Pony fans.

-In Russia, getting wood is a literal concept.

-Masters of the Universe Classics' ultimate villain is revealed...and it's the equivalent of JJ Abrams using Darth Jar Jar.

-A pantsless clique of Rust players who call themselves the Penis Brothers. Highly dickish of them.

-If the bionic hand can now feel, expect the bionic man to be buying a whole lot more tissues.

-I've seen the Chuck Jones art exhibit in Vegas, and the gallery in Orange, California. Now other cities will get to see it too.

-A tiny arcade cabinet for your iPad offers you classic titles with extra added iStrain.

-The PB&J that would have killed Elvis quicker (but possibly have been enjoyed by Sting).

-30 years ago, we had Hope, Cash and Jobs...but today we have a bitchin' CASINO.

-It ain't over till the fat lady taunts you.

-The Simpsons will go full-on Lego for an episode, because nothing revives a fading show like making it into a 30-minute commercial for new toys.

-Scientifically accurate Flintstones would, of course, be Adam and Eve. That guy who debated Bill Nye thinks so, anyway.

-Canadian panda enjoys the snow. Now all he has to do to get citizenship is prove his love for beer and hockey as well.

-"Pin the tail on the chicken." I'll take "Scientific Party Games That Go Wrong" for $500, Alex.

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