Once in a while, a commercial accidentally shows you glimpses of the real world in such blunt and uncompromising ways, you'll think it was advertising Zoloft-flavored vodka.
These special people wrote some fan fiction that will make it impossible to ever watch 'Game of Thrones' again without feeling like you need a shower.
Out of their original context, many of these are pure nightmare fuel.
To achieve true good-badness, movies must follow a surprisingly complex series of rules.
Not everyone can nail a title on the first shot, which means there's bound to be some famous things that ran through some exceptionally crappy titles before they landed on the one that worked.
Even stranger than when truth is stranger than fiction is when truth is exactly as strange as fiction, right down to the unfeasible little details that would make you roll your eyes and change the channel.
Cartoon writers have the unenviable task of creating something a toddler will love, without it making mom or the babysitter want to blow their own brains out. Yet some of the stuff they slip past censors is pretty shocking.
What's life like on Coruscant for a cab driver? How does a cobbler in Rohan get by? Not as well as you might think, I'd wager.
Why don't we check out some movie-worthy theories out there and see if Hollywood will bite?
Enjoy this transcript of the interview, titled 'Things Spider-Man Hasn't Learned.'
You'd be surprised by how close some great TV shows came to destroying themselves with awful storylines.