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Good grief! A wealth of “Arrested Development” references, including all references to Peanuts.
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Watch out for that stair car… and any of the other numerous running jokes from resurrected cult hit “Arrested Development.”
In honor of the show’s triumphant return to Netflix, with 15 new episodes set to start streaming May 26, NPR has compiled, logged, and cross-referenced all the recurring gags from the show’s original three seasons to make sure you don’t miss a beat.
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The app on the NPR Web site is meticulous in its level of detail, chronicling just about every chuckle-worthy line or sight gag from the first three seasons and connecting the dots between combined jokes.
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A rendering of OSIRIS-REx from a NASA concept video.
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NASA’s plan to go poking around on an asteroid, with the ultimate goal of snagging one of the space rocks and towing it closer to earth, is moving forward and a specific asteroid has been chosen to visit and sample in the next few years.
NASA has announced that the Origins-Spectral Interpretation Resource Identification Security Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) passed a key confirmation review Wednesday, approving the spacecraft to move into development phase. Translation: We’re building a new spaceship, y’all!
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Not only does Osiris Rex (nice job on the naming, NASA folks) have a green light to be built, NASA has also chosen and named the first asteroid it will visit and sample. The asteroid now known as Bennu was previously called 1999 RQ36, but was renamed … [Read more]
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Kevin Williamson, cell phone vigilante.
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I think of it less as a cell phone than as a self-phone.
So in a land so fond of the individual’s primacy over the group, it’s inevitable that having a gadget that contains the whole of your life is more mesmerizing than, well, anyone else or anything else.
The proof of this in public places is constant. And yet some choose to fight back.
In the very latest incident of someone using a cell phone when they should have been watching a cultural performance, Kevin Williamson decided he’d do something about it.
No, he wasn’t one of the actors on stage. Nor was he conducting an orchestra.
He was merely trying to enjoy “Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812.” This is a musical based on “War and Peace.” Of course it’s loosely based. If it wasn’t, it would last until Google Glass is available to the public.
The one incessant thing about this particular performance was the alleged cell phone use by a woman seated close by.
Cell phone use is — as always in the theater — expressly forbidden during this performance. However, this was New York, where people think they can (and should) do what they like.
As Williamson told the Gothamist, … [Read more]
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Annoyed theatergoer ejected after grabbing cell phone and tossing it