Joel McHale competes in Billy Eichner's Mo'Lympics, a series of physical challenges based on the career of Oscar-winning actress and talk-show host Mo'Nique, that ends with an epic fight between Joel and Billy!
Amanda and Donna both agree that the Batgirl sneakers are THE BEST.
Also, it’s National Library Workers Day. Woohoo, party at the Reference Desk!
Partaaay! We’ll bring the Bat-shots:
Pour .5oz Captain Morgan into pint glass, and fill halfway with Coke. Pour Bailey’s, Vanilla vodka, and root beer schnapps in equal parts into shot glass. Sing “NANANANANANANANA BATMAAAAAAAN” and drop the shot glass into the pint glass. Drink quickly, before the Bailey’s curdles! Tastes like a root beer float, feels like a Batarang to the face.
Holy Dewey Decimal System, Batman!
The original Barbara Gordon Batgirl is two of my favorite things rolled into one - superheroes and librarians. It’s no wonder the girl I married is also both of these.
James Gillray, “A comic map, inscribed ‘A new Map of England & France’, actually showing England and Wales, the SW. corner of Scotland, the north of France, just including ‘Paris’, and the Belgian coast as far as Ostend. England is represented by the body of George III (John Bull), his head in profile to the right, wearing a fool’s cap composed of ‘Northumberland’. His left leg is drawn up, Norfolk forms the knee, the mouth of the ‘River Thames’ the ankle, Kent the foot. His outstretched right leg terminates as Cornwall. From the coast, at the junction of ‘Hampshire’ and ‘Sussex’, issues a blast of excrement inscribed ‘British Declaration’, which smites a swarm of ‘Bum-Boats’ extending from Ushant to the mouth of the Seine. The map is divided (inaccurately, and with omissions, but with a rough correctness) into counties, Wales representing the flying coat-tails of the King, who strides across the ocean with great vigour. 5 November 1793. Hand-coloured etching