Everybody knows about Saved by the Bell. Even if you weren't alive to experience the magic firsthand, you've undoubtedly heard tales of one of the greatest Saturday morning programs of all time from those who were lucky enough to be there.
What you might not know is that before he was on Saved by the Bell, Zack Morris, the hero of the show, was on a somewhat similar show called Good Morning, Miss Bliss (as were Screech, Lisa and Mr. Belding).
Wikipedia has become an irreplaceable resource for anyone looking to find just enough possibly factual information to fake their way through a conversation about any given topic. But the problem with a massive encyclopedia that can be edited by anyone is that, well, it can be edited by anyone. And clearly, some people just have no clue what the word "edit" even means.
Here are six needlessly detailed Wikipedia entries ...
#6. Henry VI, Part 3
Word Count: 24,053
What You Could Be Doing Instead: For a mere 1,774 words more, you could just read the damn play.
Most Useless Section: The "Language" section, a nearly 2,000-word behemoth wall of text that breaks the play down in language normally reserved for trying to explain the importance of a holding penalty late in the fourth quarter of a Monday Night Football game to a person who doesn't watch sports.
Wikipedia's version of the diaries from the movie Se7en.
Read It Here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_VI,_Part_3
Television's most frustrating show was back this weekend with a marathon airing of its past disappointments. However, sprinkled in between were previews of the upcoming third season, a season we're cautiously optimistic about.
As interested as we are to hear what hardcore fans of the show have to say about the little they've seen of the new season, we're pretty sure we already know what they'll be saying once the season starts.
One summer, many years ago, Cracked.com sent its head of video, Michael Swaim, and Those Aren't Muskets! director Abe Epperson deep into the Illinois woods to meet director Travis Long and shoot a horror comedy featuring as many of their favorite Internet comedians as they could chloroform and shove into a van. The cast includes the entirety of sketch phenomenon Good Neighbor, Jacob Reed of Tremendosaur!, Katie Willert, Katy Stoll and Michael Swaim of Those Aren't Muskets!, Nick Mundy of Team Tiger Awesome, Noah Byrne of Horsehead Businessman, and parts that were PERSONALLY passed on by both Nick and Brian of BriTANicK. And other people, too! And DOB's in one shot!
Find out what happens when you cram all those things into a cabin and send a brilliant but demented serial killer (Brett Fancy; EastEnders, Luther) to murder the crap out of them. Or, well, no, you won't find that out yet, this is just a trailer. But you'll get excited about it, and that's the point. Then LATER you'll find out. You know how it works.
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