The Nose Is A Made-Up, Bogus, Hyped-Up, Not-Necessary Special Event
23 Hours To Kill is Jerry Seinfeld's fourth-ever standup comedy special and his second for Netflix. It hit the streaming service on Tuesday, and The Nose thinks it's great. And also that it sucks.
And then: Waco is a six-part miniseries that tells exactly the story you'd guess it tells. Taylor Kitsch plays David Koresh. Waco was the big, original launch title for the Paramount Network when it rebranded from SpikeTV in January, 2018. So why is it relevant now? One wonders, but it was recently added to Netflix, and it's been trending there for weeks.
Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take:
- 'Murder Hornets' in the U.S.: The Rush to Stop the Asian Giant Hornet
Sightings of the Asian giant hornet have prompted fears that the vicious insect could establish itself in the United States and devastate bee populations.
- A 5-year-old boy was pulled over in Utah on his way to California to try to buy a Lamborghini
- What will Connecticut restaurants look like after coronavirus? Owners expect an entirely different dining experience from the past
- The Red Sox are exploring 'changes' to their uniform
- Was Donald Trump Good at Baseball?
The president has long claimed he could have gone pro. We looked into it.
- TV Ratings: Remote 'Voice' Slips to Monday Season Lows
- Grimes & Elon Musk Have A Baby Boy Named X Æ A-12
- Turns Out Elon Musk and Grimes Can't Actually Name Their Baby X Æ A-12 Due To California Laws
Well, they tried.
- Risky Business? NASA and Tom Cruise Talk Movie Shoot in Space
The head of NASA said the agency is working with the "Mission: Impossible" star on a new film aboard the International Space Station.
- Drive-Thru Strip Club Serves Up Sexy (And Safe) Solution For Coronavirus Blues
Lucky Devil Lounge in Oregon has come up with yet another innovative, fun and sexy idea to keep income -- and customers -- coming during the pandemic.
- What Is Demon Time? Instagram's 'After Dark' Craze, Explained
- Twitter Asks Users to Reconsider Before Sending Vulgar Tweets
- Drive-in concerts could provide coronavirus workaround
- An Unhappy Ending For Movie Theater Chains AMC And Cineworld
- Adele's new birthday photo thanking frontline workers sparks debate on body image
- TV Writers Wrestle With How (and When) to Work COVID-19 Into Series
- What Happened to Val Kilmer? He’s Just Starting to Figure It Out.
- Jim Chapdelaine - An Emmy-winning musician, producer, composer, and recording engineer, and a patient advocate for people with rare cancers
- Taneisha Duggan - Producing associate at TheaterWorks
Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.