That one time I ran into @spoontheband’s frontman Britt Daniel at a random show at the old downtown Emo’s. #tbt
Last night, my night was off to a rough start when I caught up in the storm of the year right when I left work and being stuck in the rain for an extra 20 minutes due to the fact I missed my bus by a freakin’ minute. By the time the next bus came to the stop, let’s just say I look like I took a dive with Shamu when I walked onto the bus. At this point, I wanted to go home and called it a day. However, when I was putting my bike on the rack in the front of the bus. I saw that my back tire was deflating. Now, I have to change my back tire once I get to the Park and Ride up in North Austin. Sounding like Karma wasn’t kind to me at the moment, right? Well…if that was the end of the story. However on the bus ride back north, one of buddies hit me up to hang out at our usual karaoke bar. “Hell, why not!?!”, I thought to myself. I could change my tire at my friend’s place, wait for the storm to past over, and get a drink. I met up with my friend. I was telling him about my night, he buys me a drink, and I put in a song for karaoke because I freakin’ deserve to after the night I just had. Moments later, the KJ called my name to perform. I chose “Weird Al” Yankovic’s “White & Nerdy” in theme of Weird Al Week. I noticed a cute woman recording me while I’m doing my song. Once I was finished, I when up to her to see the clip. One thing led to another, we’re hitting it off. Talking about film, music, and TV (the only things I talk about). I told her about my night and she offered me a ride home. Think the night ends there, right? Nope! Let’s just say once we got to my place, I was reliving that one Daft Punk track I was in love with last summer. The moral of the story I’m trying to tell you guys is that with a little bit a good karma and with a little “Weird Al” Yankovic. A bad night can turn into a surprising great night. Thank you “Weird Al” Yankovic for helping me in mysterious ways!! LONG LIVE WEIRD AL WEEK!!!!
Just when you think my #mcm crush Louis C.K.’s FX show 6-episode “Elevator” story arc was the most ambitious thing the show has ever done. Tonight’s episode is A WHOPPING 90 MINUTE with that one kick-ass actor from “The Avengers” guest starting. Yeah…the episode might as well be called Louie: The Movie.
I met my favorite Teenage Ninja Turtle tonight and he bought me a shot. #getonmylevel
@nbccommunity will always be in my all-time favorite shows until the day I die. No show have taught us that the impossible is possible!!! This show shouldn’t made it past season three, but it did. It shouldn’t made it past the season without it’s mastermind Dan Harmon, but it did. Heck, the show shouldn’t got Dan Harmon back for one great (now) final season, but IT FREAKIN’ DID!!! Community is the ultimate underdog show. Proving my theory, that if it’s worth watching or hearing, someone will. The show also helped me get through a tough part of my life. When everything seems grim in my life, Community was one of the bright spots. It helped show me that it’s okay to be weird because you have WAY more fun that way. Also, Abed Nadir will be the closest TV character to my real life self. (Until I get my own show on the air.) Thanks guys for five amazing years! It was fun while it lasted. At least you guys were here, in my life. #sixseasonsandamovie #community
Late night Futurama watch party with one of my good friends!!!