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

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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.



-When Kyle sent me this tip I was hoping it meant Archie might actually meet Mega Man.

-Car get crushed, me like.

-Buy a game, get free Red Bull and glowing condoms. Only in Italy.

-The oldest Star Trek meme that became a book is now becoming a series.

-Card Wars, nothing but Card Wars! Maybe one thing and Card Wars! Let these Card Wars stay.

-Amazon wants to make a video game console? Will it be delivered by drones?

-“Wire” you staring at these books? Do they have an unusual bent?

-Donal Logue isn’t starring as TV’s Jim Gordon, after all.

-Bangkok, oriental setting, and a samurai-robochef’s what the city is getting.

-No, the detective from Death Note did not have a kid.

-Puppies inside of cookies, to the theme of Murder, She Wrote – something not quite right here.

-A He-Man meme gets Titan-sized.

-How can you dog on a pizza that wants to wagyu?

-John Travolta signed on to play this thing in a movie.

-Behind the scenes of the Attack on Titan car commercial.

-Guys named Francis nab the coolest bikes. RIGHT, PEE-WEE?

About Author

Luke Y. Thompson has been writing professionally about movies and pop-culture since 1999, and has also been an actor in some extremely cheap culty and horror movies you will probably never hear much about (he is nonetheless mostly proud of them, as he met his wife on one). As editor of The Robot's Voice since 2012, he can take the blame for the majority of the site's content, all of which he creates because he loves you very, very much. (Although he loves nachos more. Sorry.) Prior to TRV, Luke wrote for publications that include the New Times LA, Los Angeles CityBeat, E! Online, OC Weekly, Geekweek, GeekChicDaily, The L.A. Times, The Village Voice, LA Weekly, and Nerdist