Shit /tv/ I forgot
What's his name again?
way way back in the 1980s...
So how long was he stuck in a time loop?
> I'll Start
ITT: We come up with future episode ideas for It's Always Sunny.
>"The Gang Meets Deadpool"
Hey YouTube, it's ya boy YMS shittin on a new cartoon movie today
>$3,175.78 a month
>doesn't even release one video a month
>unfriended part 2 was released February 2016
>unfriended part 1 was released in December 2015
>Bad Lieutenant and The Genius of Synecdoche New York (Part 4) released July 2015
>"these videos take time blah blah blah"
>has a youtube gaming channel
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>"JEW YOU BLEED? JEW WILL."
What the absolute fuck.
>every planet in the galaxy has the perfect amount of oxygen to support human life
>every planet in the galaxy
Except that's not true.
There are literally trillions of planets in a galaxy.
The Star Wars canon has like 30 that we know supports life, and some of those don't have people living on the surface and instead only have people living in atmosphere-controlled archologies.
Lets talk about Star Wars
Which do you prefer, the current Extended Canon, or the old Legends EU?
TONIGHT ON TOP GEAR
>watched 10 minutes of the first episode
>"le hipster memes ecks deeee"
who is the audience for this show? does it get better?
>“What if you had an unlimited access to the LARGEST ONLINE MOVIE LIBRARY EVER? A library where you could swap films with contributors all over the world and discover an infinite number of stories. This is the revolutionary idea behind MovieSwap,” the Kickstarter begins.
>MovieSwap, should it get off the ground, will be a subscription service, presumably a little like Netflix. However, instead of teaming up with studios and distributors to offer content, MovieSwap intends to take the idea of swapping a physical DVD with friends to its logical, Internet-powered conclusion.
>“Because people already PAID for them, we invented a fair way to give [DVDs] a brilliant second life,” the promo material reads. But how? Well, this is where it gets interesting.
>MovieSwap says it will collect millions of genuine DVDs from all over the world and register them with the service on behalf of their owners. The team claims to already have 200,000 in its warehouse.
>Once in their possession, MovieSwap will digitize/rip the DVDs and place them in the cloud for members to play on any device, anywhere. But that’s not all.
“Then, just like you can legally lend, swap, or offer a DVD to a friend, MovieSwap works in the same way, but on a much larger scale thanks to its remote playback technology,” the team says.
“Additionally, users can get the full DVD experience including bonuses, deleted scenes, director’s commentaries, and other unique features not available when streaming videos online.”
According to the MovieSwap team, the service will be available on PC, Mac, Android tablets and even on a Firestick-style HDMI Android dongle. Interestingly the PC version will utilize VLC Media Player to read DVDs “over the Internet”, with VLC’s president Jean-Baptiste Kempf already on record as financially backing the project.
Will you use this, /tv/?
HE WAS A CONSUL OF ROME
Explain why sucker punch is a masterpiece.
What are some serie to bingewatch on Netflix? My life is empty