May 4th is a very, very special holiday on the internet, and don’t worry, Chris Hardwick, Paul F. Tompkins, Grace Helbig and John Hodgman had lots of fun with Star Wars references. The How Old site continues to offend us all, and some very smart people decided to #DumbDownABook for the hashtag wars. TV commercials continue to be really weird, and it’s seriously a challenge to figure out what’s real and what’s not. Oh, and apparently there was a fight this weekend that everyone was talking about? Also, can someone tell me how PFT does those things with his eyebrows because #amazing.
Tuesday brought together Jon Gabrus, Eugene Cordero and Matt Besser to tackle such hot topics as the Met Gala. Fashion is weird. Chris gave us some insight into the celebrity lifestyle of selfies with fans. The internet tries to teach us power tools and common household things to make our lives…better. I’m worried about the guy who gave himself a pedicure with a sander. And kids are really mean to their Uber drivers, though it sounds like some of them deserve it. The Simpsons is back for a few more seasons, and man it’s hard to think of storylines that haven’t already been done.
Wednesday night brought Heather Anne Campbell, Dan Harmon and Jeff B. Davis together, and Chris swore about how great they were. Seriously, I think they might be his favorite. And then they freaked me out with dolls. Who does that? #VideoGameSitcoms really had me thinking about the television I watched as a child, but I’m not sure I’d really want to watch anything that these three came up with. And Orson Welles remains a big deal.
The week wrapped up with Jen Kirkman, Blaine Capatch and Colton Dunn. The new Hamburglar was discussed. I was so distracted by his DadBod that I didn’t catch the jokes. The trio stocked their very own manly crying rooms to compliment Japan’s newest fun thing to do on your time off. In honor of Mother’s Day (It’s Sunday — DO NOT FORGET), the hashtag was #AddMomRuinAMovie. They were great and so is your mom. And then they decided the future of children based on the onsies they found on the internet. It was great.