Thursday, September 23, 2010

New Season of Community + Cool Remix Promo + Hot Alison Brie Pictures

 Wow, Alison Brie is really sexying up that dilapidated loft apartment. I
have a weakness for boy shorts like those.

Community is not only one of the best comedies on television it is one of the best television shows on the boob tube today, period. I will verbally spar with you if you feel otherwise. The first episode of the new season (season 2) airs tonight on NBC. You may have even already seen the new episode by the time you read this so I have something of note to offer for those winding up at this weblog post, hot pictures of Alison Brie and a remix done by DJ Steve Porter. Porter has made a name for himself making all sorts of internet promotional videos that include music, mashups, and auto-tune pieces with a viral feel. They are good at what they do over there and have an impressive client list. I am not on board with the auto-tune video they did for ESPN that aired on Sunday NFL Countdown last week because it was had both auto-tune and the video featured the Manning brothers (Peyton and Eli.)
Here is a video remix DJ Steve Porter did of Community season 1 that is quite strong.

Nicely done, Porter. That video succeeded in getting me more wet for the Community premiere tonight. Speaking of wet.

Here are a few more photos courtesy of Warming Glow.

A huge classy hat tip to Ufford who runs shit over at Warming Glow. He is the class of television bloggers. He makes this site look like mentally handicapped people drawing crayon pictures on a toilet. Ooohh, I just got an idea for a post, people. I'll let you know how it goes (poorly.)


  1. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is better than Community, but I will say it's second until Conan comes back out to play.
    -Justin's Biever Fiever

  2. I'm as big of a Conan fan as you will ever find. I've been watching since about his 5th season on Late Night. I didn't get on Sunny early enough, but I'm going back with the DVDs now. It's great. I find it a little hard to compare Sunny to Community. I feel like they're almost different genres. Like Community is pop music and Sunny is alt-country or something.