Harry Anderson, the glib-huckster best remembered for his role as the Mel Torme-loving wisecracking Judge Harry Stone on the 1980s NBC sitcom Night Court, was found dead in his home in Asheville, NC, on Monday morning. He was 65 years old. No foul play is suspected by the police and no official cause of death has been released at this time, according to THR.
The deal of the day over at RIPT Apparel today is a mash-up of The Simpsons and Cheers called “Moe’s” by JBaz.
The shirt went on sale at RIPT today, Sunday, March 9, 2014, at midnight CST, and will continue for 24 hours from then, and once it’s over, it will not be sold on the site anymore.
The t-shirt is available in men’s (through 3XL), women’s, and youth sizes for $10 each. Kids sizes are $10 (Girls, Toddlers, and Onesies); Hoodies for $38 (in Men/Unisex sizes). See images on product page for shirt colors. You can also get the design on coasters for $25; prints 18″³x24″³ for $20 and 24″³x32″³ for $40; headphones for $40; laptop sleeves for $30-$40.
As usual with Super Bowl commercials, the ones that have aired during this year’s Big Game have not disappointed, but a standout for sure has to be the Radio Shack one, in which almost every single icon from the 1980s is represented in a quick montage after a Radio Shack store receives a phone call from, as the clerk, puts it, “The 1980s, who said they wanted their store back.”
We won’t spoil the fun of what memorable visuals and icons are in the commercial, but pay close attention, some of them jump out at you and some you have to kind of squint to see them! Check out the commercial here below. (Updated to include also the extended version.)
After a long day of blasting those pesky rebels into smoke and sparks there’s nothing better for the finest fighter pilots in the Empire than to sit down with their colleagues and enjoy a nice tall drink of whatever’s being served. If you’re a fan of the classic TV sitcom Cheers as well as the Star Wars movies, then you might get a kick out of this clever mash-up video Rouge Squadron, which you can watch here below.
The video sets Star Wars images to the catchy and bittersweet Cheers theme song. Even in a galaxy far, far away we all just want to go where everybody knows our name.