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What You're Missing On The Internet

Posted by: TK Kelly | June 6, 2016 at 4:30PM

Since you spend all day on the Tosh blog, here's what you're missing on the rest of the web:


From Around the Web

What You're Missing On The Internet

Posted by: Rachel Callman | March 1, 2016 at 4:30PM

Since you spend all day on the Tosh blog, here's what you're missing on the rest of the web:


SpongeBob BiggerDick

Posted by: Matt Koff | February 4, 2013 at 1:00PM

Don't worry, that'll happen when you're 8.

[via Happy Place]

What You're Saying About Tosh.0

Posted by: Carly Hallam | May 14, 2010 at 5:00PM

Featuring some of the latest Twitter and Facebook comments about Tosh.0.

Shaylyn's dad mistook an episode of Tosh.0 for the Nickelodeon show iCarly.

That's an understandable mistake. Tosh.0 and iCarly have lots of things in common! Here's a list of similarities between the two shows:

Seriously… How Bad Must the 'Fred' Movie Be?

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | March 25, 2010 at 6:00PM

Variety reported yesterday that teen Internet sensation Fred has found a home for his move, Fred: The Movie.

The home: Nickelodeon — the place where everyone wants their movies to premiere… far more prestigious than those pathetic movie theaters!

But in all seriousness, when a movie with theatrical aspirations lands on television, that's not a good sign no matter how much spin the producers put into the situation.

As a "Hollywood insider," let me breakdown what this Variety article is really saying.  My additions in bold.

Internet sensation "Fred" is coming to Nickelodeon….

"Fred" centers on a socially awkward and emotionally immature kid with a wild imagination. Cruikshank's videos have been viewed over 500 million times which everyone knows has no proven crossover to traditional media success.

Robbins initially optioned "Fred" as a feature — but decided to bypass the studio system since no studio wanted to be associated with this terrible movie and fund much of the production (which clocked in at a little over $1 million) himself leading to Robbins third divorce.

"I knew if we went through the typical development scenario, it would have taken three years to figure out how to write a decent script featuring such a poorly developed character and provide Fred with enough formal acting training to make him watchable — and 'Fred' would have been too old for us to quickly cash in on," he said grappling for a reasonable excuse. "It would be over like my marriage."

Instead, Robbins and company quickly tapped Goodman, who's known to be willing to put in two weeks worth of work for $160,000, to write the movie, which was then shot in November. Robbins later screened a chunk of "Fred" to Nickelodeon topper Cyma Zarghami, who quickly made a play for it before they threatened to make her watch any more.

Hopefully they won't revoke my Hollywood card for giving you guys the inside scoop.

[via Mashable]