We love the interplay of Star Trek technology with our own world, but less so when especially fake science inspires even more fake research. That’s exactly what happened, as one of Star Trek: Voyager’s most infamously so-bad-it’s-good episodes inspired a facetious research paper…
First they let robot pizza trucks loose on the streets, then they taught robotic dogs to open doors. Now, Black Mirror has made another terrifying collision with reality, as a new “Hang the DJ”-inspired dating app will tell you exactly how much time you and your sweetie have left.
The only thing worse than living in a ghost-infested Murder House is living in a famous one. Non-viewers of American Horror Story found this out the hard way, as the current owners of the real-life Season 1 property are suing their realtors for all the overzealous, trespassing fans.
It’s official – er, officially possible. Seinfeld has long been seen as the holy grail of potential TV revivals, and its star and co-creator finally concedes that Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer may join the ranks of iconic TV shows brought back for an encore.
Look, we love a bonkers shared universe theory as much as anyone, but it’s another matter when shows confirm it. A new fan observation of NBC’s The Good Place seemingly confirms the afterlife comedy in the same continuity as Parks and Recreation, and our forkin’ minds are blown.
Oh, that Westworld – always dragging you deeper into the maze. If you were hyped for the Season 2 trailer that played during Super Bowl Sunday, just wait until you get a look at a modified spot hidden on the Westworld website, including multiple new characters and a look at the other parks.
TV viewers are no stranger to bleeped swear words in their favorite shows, but there’s always a double-take when F-bombs slip past the censors. It may now be intentional, as USA and Syfy are relaxing language standards on mature series – the sign of a coming trend.
Sometimes, even SNL jokes fly over the Air Force’s heads. A recent sketch saw host Will Ferrell as a pilot with the callsign “Clown Penis,” and actual Air Force and Navy officials have now stepped in to clarify why the bit was unrealistic.