WrestleMania 30 happened this past Sunday, which meant viewers got to see a) Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock in the ring at the same time, which was pretty awesome and b) some other really goofy stuff. Courtesy of Chris Olds, this might be the best screencap detailing said goofiness:
- Let’s talk a little bit more about WrestleMania 30. We’re all aware that professional wrestling is pretty ridiculous, right? The problem these days is that the WWE doesn’t exactly embrace it, and the severe lack of fun characters forces the company to take itself too seriously. At this point, it’s just an assembly line of dudes who look the same, and attempts to stray from that have come off as forced and/or terrible (see: Fandango). Also, why isn’t anyone out there advising John Cena to not wear jorts?
- Last weekend, Anna Kendrick was on Saturday Night Live and did a number of great things, including singing about dongs. One of the best moments of the night, though, was a skit about a fake Nickelodeon show from the 90s that, of course, starred Kenan Thompson, except it didn’t even air.
- So let’s get this straight. Cuba has socialized medicine, but it is apparently plagued with “inefficiency, redundancies and bloated payrolls.” There are plenty of people out there who would love the U.S. government to simply take over America’s healthcare system. And since the government has never – not once – been plagued by inefficiency or redundancies or bloated payrolls, I can’t imagine that scenario not going smoothly if it were to ever happen.
- A new episode of Full House Without Michelle is out, and it’s creepier and more disturbing than ever. Speaking of Full House, have you ever read Full House Reviewed? You are going to waste (enhance?) many long, glorious hours over there.
- The human Ken doll finally met the human Barbie doll and it didn’t go well, so what’s the point of even trying to find love anymore?
- Please watch this Tampa Bay Rays groundskeeper enjoy his huge, spurting hose.
- Hark! A Vagrant is one of our favorite webcomics and Kate Beaton has released a five-part series called Ducks, which you can (and should) read here.