Saturday, November 22, 2014

Public Access Television

an idiosyncratic belief or impression that is firmly maintained despite being contradicted by what is generally accepted as reality or rational argument, typically a symptom of mental disorder.

Yes, public access television was glorious- often awful, but equally brilliant in that it offered equal access to one and all. I never saw this particular clip when it originally aired, but I thank whoever had the presence of mind to record it. I have fond memories of my friends and I laughing until we cried as we watched unedited train-wreck after train-wreck.

Now if I could only find footage of the white trash cooking show that included Cool-Whip and Jello in all of their recipes; 'Yer little ones will never know they's eatin' carrots!'

Good times...


  1. Oh my god. I vote for the next comic-book movie to be all about The Foolkiller.

  2. Brilliant call. Talk about finger on the pulse!

    Something tells me he already has an army IRL simmering just beneath the surface.

  3. All too likely. Alas that fools reproduce so fast. :-)

  4. That is a FACT (and SOOOOOOOO much scarier than zombies!!!!).