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TSR Buzz: The Increasingly Poor Decisions of M. Night Shyamalan, fainting goats

With TSR Buzz, you’ll find links to articles, videos and other random things that will help you waste your time just a little bit more.

  • Who knows when we'll have an "Arrested Development" movie? (Seriously, someone tell me.) Until then, we'll have to work with whatever material is being put out by the individual members of the perfect cast. The latest is David Cross' new show, "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret." Fellow AD-er Will Arnett makes an appearance in the beginning (I've only seen half so far) of this free first episode which is now on Youtube. The language is NSFW but yes, it is funny. The show starts Friday, Oct. 1st at 10/9 central on IFC.


  • Speaking of "increasingly poor decisions," it has become apparent that last weekend's Devil didn't bring "The Mind of M. Night Shyamalan" out of box office hell like it could have. So, here's some more mud on your face, Mr. Shyamalan. By the way - holy toast? Really?

  • Here are some goats that faint when they get excited. Their muscles temporarily stiffen and they collapse to the ground. The M. Night Shyamalan twist is that their fainting is only brief, and the goats are on their way just a few seconds after fainting.


  • It's been a while since I've pimped out an OK Go music video. I didn't think I would have to worry when I considered that their follow-up to music video "End Love" probably wouldn't be as jaw-droppingly cool. It turns out I was wrong. (Doggone wrong!)


  • I considered posting the new video of Katy Perry singing to Elmo on "Sesame Street," but I will let you hunt through the highways of the internet to find it. (Small hint: It's on Youtube.) Instead, here's a personal favorite music video of mine, one that cleverly uses "Forrest Gump"-like technology with "Happy Days" footage, and marks the second time that director Spike Jonze worked with then-freshmen group Weezer. Rock!


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