Entertainment Weekly did all the hard work. Just enjoy the moment.

After finishing, I dare you to try and convince me this still isn’t the GREATEST FILM VERSION OF BATMAN EVER!!!!!!

Chris Pratt on SNL 40

Our boy done good. Pretty well-written effort, especially the powerful new voices of “Update”!

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New Affirmation From “The Superficial”

This week, my Kung Fu was among the best….

andy kaufmannbc's saturday night (10/25/75)

all other comedians……   why do you even try?

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taylorswift:

I’m kind of rethinking the album cover.

good grief, how much can we love this woman….??

taylorswift:

I’m kind of rethinking the album cover.

good grief, how much can we love this woman….??

Glorious GIF Post #2

daveeagle:

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joy.

The actual show itself repeats Saturday night 10/4 at 10/9 PM on the new Saturday Night Live Classics series on NBC!

"Gold plated diapers!"

"I got a fever….. And the only prescription is More Pixie Dust!"

"I got a fever….. And the only prescription is More Pixie Dust!"

Good football fundamentals.

So, I Have This Recurring Dream….

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Well, the specifics of the dream change, but the visual atmosphere doesn’t. It’s “shot” in a first person P.O.V., so that I’m seeing the events occur just like everyday life.

Regardless of the subject matter, or events, I experience the scenes as constantly forward moving. [Just like the example Bart provides here, but if I were one of the people pushing this bed or gurney.]

Usually, the events involved in this constant motion are sort of benign. Sometimes they can be creepy. My earliest recollection of one of these - and they’ve started only in the past few years - is experiencing events in The Sopranos universe. In that dream, the first person shifted from being Tony to being A.J. I’ve had one set in the Breaking Bad universe. But the majority of them have me being me, moving through the insides of buildings and places. These dreams don’t usually involve the out of doors.

They seem to sometimes trigger my claustrophobia, but they always leave me with an unease, anxiety, anger and slight to pronounced fear when I awaken. They usually occur at least once a month, often on nights when I’m having trouble getting to sleep or know I’m going to get a short night’s sleep beforehand.

Now that they occur with some frequency, I know it’s a “motion dream” while I’m experiencing it. But the most recent one, all the details of which escape me, was not revealed as a dream until I woke.

So…   Did you ever have a Simpsons .gif trigger something like that for you?