Well, that was weird.
Excellent use of the Spidey web on the TV.
"I'm an alien."
To put your pat-down in perspective.
He takes it in the shower and also uses it as a fig leaf.
"We lookin' crazy fresh where's paparazzi when you need em," says one squirrel to the other.
Sadly, the second casts a shadow on the glory of the first.
Five of the eight stories in this week's 'New Yorker' are about busted relationships.
And it's not that surprising.
Simon Cowell is not involved.
Highbrow high brow-brow.
'The New Yorker' has made the dozen stories J.D. Salinger wrote for the magazine available for free.
"You're trying to live in an industry that's dying. And so Modlife is trying to give you the chance to survive."
McLovin isn't in a single one!
"And my boyfriend is going to be the quarterback, and he's British, so he doesn't even know what that means."
The word "no" gives James Cameron an erection.
"I used to say, and I meant this in a nice way, that my mother should have been a Nazi interrogator."
How nervous is 'The New Yorker' about the Kindle? Almost $3,000 worth of nervous!
On July 1, Wood will add "guest percussion" to a concert by author John Jeremiah Sullivan's band, Fayaway.
We’ve read 'New Yorker' cartoons funnier than this.
In her review of '30 Rock,' Nancy Franklin calls Fey's performance 'not-so-great.'
The 'New Yorker' critic comments on our claims that his army will soon take over New York.
But what will James Wood do with his power???