A Stanford-centric comedy series may be coming soon to a YouTube channel near you, with “The Slump”—an online sitcom by newly established student organization The Stanford Sitcom Project—planned for release in the first week of spring quarter.
“There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women,” Taylor Swift said in a recent Vanity Fair interview. If you have been living under a rock, you might assume Swift was referring to some serious girl-on-girl crime, perhaps bullying or gossip.
With over 34 million views on YouTube within a year of its upload, “The Crazy Nastyass Honey Badger” has done everything from spark water-cooler conversation to inspire the nickname of a Heisman Trophy candidate. The video couples National Geographic footage of a honey badger with hilarious narration by a man who simply goes by “Randall.”
Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody, the director-writer duo behind 2007’s surprise hit “Juno,” re-team for the wickedly hilarious “Young Adult”, starring Charlize Theron as a prodigal Midwesterner who returns to her hometown from Minnesota’s Little Apple determined to win back her high school flame at any cost.
Mindy Kaling is funny. Really, really funny. To use a long, highly specific metaphor, she’s that one friend you catch up with over lunch one day but wind up sitting back and letting her dominate the entire conversation. However, you’re completely fine with it because you know she’s not an insufferable egotist, but simply infinitely better at telling stories than you could ever hope to be.