I've recently come to realise that my TiVo can parse RSS feeds for web shows/content. Seeing as how this is all fairly new to me, I was wondering if anyone had a favorite web show they caught regularly?
Currently I've got: The Digg Reel
and that's it. Anyone got something funny/informative/what have you?
eta: fixed TV to TiVo, not quite *that* up to date)
(edited by Mike Zeidler on 5.5.10 1731) "Tattoos are the mullets of the aughts." - Mike Naimark
I don't know what you're into. A lot of the web shows I'm into run into geeky territory.
The Guild, Felicia Day's comedy about a group of online RPG players.
The Legend of Neil is like "The Guild"'s foul mouthed, juvenile humor sibling. Written by Sandeep Parikh, it's about a guy with no future who somehow transports himself into "The Legend of Zelda". Felicia Day makes appearances as the Fairy, whose healing is of a sexual nature.
Gold, set in an alternate universe where professional D&D player is a real job.
There's an older web show on Hulu called Dorm Life which is one of the funniest things of any format I've ever seen. The second season was much less impressive, but those first 20 episodes are brilliant.
Freeman's Mind. Basically a playthrough of the first Half Life, along with voice-over depicting Gordon Freeman as an egotistical & quite possibly insane douche. Very high potential for memorable quotes.
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I finished Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck earlier this week for some role research. I was thinking about auditioning for the community theatre play of the same name. Currently I'm reading The Portrait of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde.