Rick and Morty Delays, Sherlock’s No Fun, Daniel Bryan Returns [The Weekly Static s01e32]

Posted by March 23, 2018 Comment

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You’re up there, took the stairs to the stars all alone. You left all the lights burning but nobody’s home. I believe they deceived your tuneful heart too long… and they sing along. Help me, help me won’t you? Sing me, sing me one last song. Help me, help me — somebody help me — save me from… The Weekly Static!

While you bask in the glow of my homage to Alkaline Trio, make sure the safety bar is secure across your lap and that you keep your hands inside throughout the duration of the ride:

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The Weekly Static is our look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, streaming, smoke signals, cloud formations, and shadow puppets from an interesting and entertaining perspective. So The Weekly Static team (myself, Rocky, Trejo, Bat-Murr and Margot Staten) makes you three promises… because we’re good like that:

● Offer blunt, honest perspectives on five TV topics from the past week covered by Bleeding Cool’s team of news-thirsty writers. Just to be clear? My views are my views and don’t reflect on the writers. We own what we say 110%.

● Spotlight a news item that we missed when it first hit, but we’re pretty sure you’ll want to know about.

● Feed my insatiable-yet-fragile ego with buckets of praise, adulation, social media shares, pizza, Superman Funkos, Eisner Awards, write-in votes for the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election (…yup…) and a York Peppermint Patty.

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Hannibal Buress’ Mic Cut After Joking About Molestation in Catholic Church

“UPDATED: A mic-cut shortened Hannibal Buress’ performance at Loyola University Chicago on Saturday night after the comedian cracked jokes about child molestation in the Catholic Church.

While performing at the Catholic university, the Broad City and Spider-Man: Homecoming actor projected an email from Loyola on stage, which prohibited him from addressing sexual assault or cursing on stage.

According to Consequence of Sound, Buress followed up by saying, ‘B— a— old people, I can project … Y’all f— kids, right?’

Loyola confirmed in a statement to Variety on Monday that Buress’ audio was indeed cut “because he violated the mutually agreed upon content restriction clause in his contract.”

‘It is standard for the University to include a content restriction clause in entertainment contracts; Buress is the only entertainer to disregard the clause to the degree that his mic was cut,’ the statement added. ‘Buress eventually returned to the stage and completed his set.’” {more}

(Last Updated March 23, 2018 3:49 pm )