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  • The Night Feed

    Holiday Gift Guide: My Damn Channel Merch!

    The time is upon us!  And I'm not talking about the end of the world this Friday or the possibility that the Giants might not make the playoffs this year.  No, it's the time of year when you're kinda screwed if you haven't completed your holiday shopping!


    "Oh no, DannyMoney, oh no!  I haven't completed my holiday shopping yet!  My life is in disarray!  What to get Aunt Martha?  What to give little Jimmy Lou?  Oh what shall I get dear Uncle Oscar?"  Please, please - be calm!  I am here to help: simply visit the District Lines My Damn Channel merch store!  There you can get a bevy of goodies like DailyGrace t-shirts and shot glasses, as well as McMayhem and Co-op of the Damned t-shirts.


    Yes, those are all great gifts!  Yes, I saved your Christmas!  Yes, you should buy me a My Damn Channel classic tee as thanks for helping you not make a fool of yourself at the family Christmas party when you would have become hammered from the spiked egg nog, since your need to self-medicate would be fueled by a deep, dark depression that arrived just as your loved ones opened your gifts, which would have been nothing but used tissues and old hamster food.  


    So, go get some awesome merch!  And follow me: @DannyMoney

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    3 Things You May Have Missed: Beyoncé Edition

    It was a three-day weekend. You might have missed some stuff. Here it is:

    1. Inauguration Day! Barack Obama was sworn in for his second term as President of the United States of America. The best part was probably when Kelly Clarkson turned "My Country 'Tis of Thee" into a song that 14-year-olds will now want to use for their American Idol auditions, and Beyonce tried to make sure she didn't get left in Kelly Clarkson's dust by doing a superfluous vocal run during the National Anthem. Oh, I was the only one who considers all that a highlight? My bad.

    2. Harbowl! Football happened this weekend. The penultimate games before the Super Bowl, when The San Francisco 49ers, coached by Jim Harbaugh, will play the Baltimore Ravens, coached by John Harbaugh. YES. BROTHERS. Blah blah blah, Jacob, Esau, sibling rivalry, daddy loves me more, blah. This is all just fodder while we wait with bated breath for the Beyoncé halftime show, which will be sponsored by Pepsi and feature "the world's FIRST crowdsourced halftime intro." Whatever that means. Congrats on using digital jargon that none of Beyoncé's fans care about, Pepsi. You could learn a lot from GQ...

    3. GQ Magazine recently named Beyoncé the hottest woman of the 21st Century. That's saying a lot, since we're only 13 years into the century, but I guess we can give them a pass since it's hard to sell magazines in this day and age. That must also be why they released this video of their Beyoncé cover shoot, so that the good young people of the Internets can GIF her to their hearts' content. Because this is how we live now.

    Tell me this story is stupid and you love Beyoncé as much as you love Daily Grace: @mariaalana.

    (Image via Reuters)

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    Winter is Coming


    Fifteen minutes of new Game of Thrones madness is now available.  This has to be one of the most anticipated television events in the history of television.  Can't tell you how many people I know that are coming up to me and saying, "When is that show coming back!?  I can't wait for Game of Thrones to come back!  Do you know when it's coming back?"  Well, it's coming back April 6th, but as far as I am concerned, today marks the comeback's beginning. 

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    Daddy Knows Best is Back!

    House of Cards. Arrested Development. Orange is the New Black. If there's one thing we learned in 2013, it's that awesome stuff is even more awesome when you can binge-watch it all at once.

    So clearly, we've applied that same concept to season 2 of Daddy Knows Best. Yeah, you read that right. You can now watch all 10 new episodes of Steve Rannazzisi's super-funny series about the worst dad ever... all at once. 

    You should probably do that right now.

    Seriously. What are you waiting for? Click here to start watching.

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    DADDY KNOWS BEST SEASON 2 PREMIERES SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 ON MY DAMN CHANNEL AND BLIP

    Daddy Knows Best Season 2 premieres September 30th, 2013 on Blip and My Damn Channel. You can read the rest of the announcement here and check out the trailer on MyDamnChannel.com/DaddyKnowsBest.

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    The Birth of the Millenium

    According to this USA Today article, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby - born this weekend - is "beautiful."  I am now breathing a sigh of relief.  


    (Just a quick aside, here are my all-time best births: 1) Kanye and Kim's child, and 2) God's son, Jesus.)


    If you're into stories like the one above, then watch Pilot Season.  It's also about people dying to become famous even though they have not done anything to deserve it - but for the record, Kanye West rules.  No disrespect there.  His new album Yeezus - which leaked on Friday - is dope.  Check it LEGALLY when it comes out tomorrow. 


    That's all!  Happy Monday!  Follow me on Twitter: @DannyMoney



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    The Office Season Finale Review

    Oh my god, last night's episode of The Office - the series finale - was so absolutely incredible I can't even put it into words but I am going to try my best.  <<DEEP BREATH>> …Okay, here we go.


    First of all the part where Jim and Pam decide to leave Scranton in order to experience Canada was a bold choice and I loved it.  The argument they initially had was tense but also hilarious: Who knew Pam had that kind of a mouth on her?  Really funny when she let Jim have it - and sexy.


    Dwight.  Dwight, Dwight, Dwight.  DWIGHT!  He will forever be one of my favorite characters in television history, and last night absolutely cemented his reputation as being so.  Utterly.  Hilarious.  Let me ask you a question:  Who writes this show?  Just tell me who the writers are so I can give them big old bear hugs!  They nailed it!  I mean, Dwight taking that boombox and throwing it into the ocean?  With the CD still in it?  The very CD they needed to nail their final presentation to the big execs?  Well, that's dramatic irony for you!  TEARS OF LAUGHTER.  Tears!


    I could go on and one about each character: the gay one, the other guy who says one line an episode that's soooooo good always, The Hangover dude Ed Phelps, that hot red head (I love me the red heads, eh?  Eh??  Slappa da bass, eh????  Haha sorry, Rashida!  You'll find a man one day LOL)…There were moments on moments on moments of funny, moving stuff from every character.  But nothing compares to the big moment.  You know what I'm talking about…


    Michael.  Scott.  MICHAEL FREAKIN' SCOTT!  I can't believe they had him descend from the ceiling singing "Nessun Dorma" - so so so so funny I peed my pants!  They had to bring back Michael Scott, and they did.  A+ job right there, guys.  You gave the people what they wanted.  And when Michael pulled out that gun and pretended to kill himself in order to make Dwight feel better about losing the CD in the ocean and then Jim finally connected with Dwight only to discover that Michael's suicide was fake?  And then the entire office cheered and hugged until BAM! they cut to black, end of series? And then they played "Don't Stop Believin'" over the end credits??  I laughed, I cried, it was better than Cats!  It was better than….ANYTHING IN THE ENTIRE WORLD, EVER!  


    All in all, it was a great end to a great series.  From season one, episode one, to final season, final episode, I had such a great time.  Thank you to everyone involved with The Office for making life a bit brighter.  Oh, and don't worry, Ryan: a lot of people have HPV ;)

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    THE BANANA STAND

    So yesterday the Bluth Banana Stand hit NYC.  Lines wrapped around the block as fans of "Arrested Development"  (i.e. every breathing human with a sense of humor) lined up to visit and get a frozen banana, as well as posters, stickers, and, of course, a picture for the internet to confirm that you did indeed have the memory that you remember having; or not having remembered it, a reminder that you did indeed do something that you did.


    By yesterday afternoon all of the bananas were sold-out, but you are in luck (only if you live in Manhattan though; "Hahahahahaha" laughs the entitled New Yorker): today the banana stand will be in Columbus Circle, where you will have an opportunity to grab a treat and a memory that you did.  But get there early!  A source of mine said, "Everyone is losing their shit over the Banana Stand" and I confirm that it is true: many shits were lost yesterday.  


    With the Banana Stand PR/marketing jackpot, "Arrested Development" has confirmed its status from a semi-popular cancelled sitcom in 2006 to a phenomenon that has people waiting hours to eat frozen produce.  More than anything it is a testament to the quality of the show, but also it's a testament to the power of the internet, without which there would have been no place for fans to actively and continually voice their desire for more "Arrested Development,"  and - perhaps most importantly - there wouldn't be a place to watch it.  With Netflix, millions of paid subscribers (and countless friends and friends-of-friends who are "borrowing" someone else's username and password) can watch from their beds on a 13 inch screen.


    So don't wait lest you have to settle for a Cornball.  Columbus Circle.  Today.  There's money in the banana stand.

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