Thursday, June 14, 2007


We've finally entered the year 2005, you guys. We're on YouTube! We've got a channel and the whole bit! Come check out our videos, and leave comments. (And please, spellcheck. Takes but a moment.)

Here's one to tide you over: our very favorite appalling LA creature, the Hipster.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

The Big Show- June 7, 2007

Did you feel a little festival magic in the air on Thursday? We sure did! Ooh wee.

In one of the toughest match-ups in Friday Forty history, Jill Alexander and Opus Moreschi proved no match for the Monster Energy Drink-chuggin', news-knowin' skills of our Alex Fernie. Good on ya, Alex! Now get some sleep.

And boy oh boy, did we have special guests! "Studio 60"'s superfan #1! Bitsy, the girl who's funny all the time! Cody and his new boyfriend Zack! Mr. Energy! Two tons of fun, folks.

Best of all, we got to be one of Opus' new things. Go. Read.

Next show: this Friday, 10pm. Wanna be a contestant? Drop it:

Wednesday, June 6, 2007


As always, if you've been paying attention to the news, you like beer, and you don't mind a little gentle razzing, be a contestant:

Second Singles By One-Hit Wonders Part Two: Kajagoogoo Overcomes Its Shyshyness

In 1983, Kajagoogoo set junior-high-mixer dancefloors aflame with "Too Shy," in which they asked the eternal question: "You're moving in circles; won't you dilate?"

Contrary to popular belief, they didn't stop there. In fact, they continued to be popular in their native England, which is a fun fact to bring up when a British person tries to act smarter than you.

Their second single, "Ooh To Be Ah," did not catch on in the States, due perhaps to the fact that it's titled "Ooh To Be Ah."

Here it is. The shocking display of hair in this video blurs the line between London and Paramus, NJ.