You might not know it, but there are a lot of people who would find this mash-up of The Golden Girls and Super Friends perfectly hilarious. Go go “Super Golden Friends”! More
Topic: The Golden Girls
I remember hearing about Douglas Adams‘ death in 2001; having never read The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, my reaction was fairly nonchalant. Only a few months later, I happened to pick up the first book of the series, and I was hooked. Suddenly, I was filled with regret: Why couldn’t I have started reading the books when the genius who created them was still alive?
Movies, TV, and books make it so that we never fully lose the people who directed, acted in, or wrote them: Their likenesses and their ideas are captured in film and print, and can be reproduced until the end of time. But there’s a difference between admiring a celebrity and later mourning his/her death, and not discovering someone until after he or she has passed away. More
I get weird looks for being 22 and loving The Golden Girls, so there’s a chance that some of you guys may never have watched the show. But Andrew Gold, who wrote the famous theme song “Thank You for Being a Friend,” died of a heart attack on Friday; if you don’t press play, you’re made of stone. More
And by “zombified,” I mean that these characters weren’t originally zombies; however, due to some extremely creative fans and/or franchise writers and artists, they have become so, resulting in much hilarity. Just how much hilarity, you ask? Read on to find out! Just make sure to stand well back; they do have an unfortunate taste for grey matter. More
What do Russell Brand, a cartoon aardvark, and one of the Golden Girls have in common? – They’re all Arthurs. Oh, and they all dress like hipsters. (MTV Clutch)