Remember sweet, wide-eyed Steve from the children’s show Blue’s Clues? He loved making lists, opening letters and hanging out with his imaginary blue dog named Blue (so original). Anyway, they had this segment called Mail Time where Steve would open magic letters that would relay awesome video messages.
Apparently I missed this episode that featured a letter from Young Teetee singing his song “Bag up ta dat Bag Up.” I’m not sure if I’m totally scarred from watching my childhood hero turn into a horny dude or if I’m laughing at his reaction. The hilarious mashup was created by DjChrisHIM.
Ellen Degeneres has knocked out nine (count ‘em) NINE seasons of her talk show, which means she’s onto her EPIC tenth anniversary. For her upcoming season, Ellen conveniently called up her famous buddies to promote her show, including Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Aniston, Carrie Underwood and Steve Carell.
Ellen was a little demanding with some of her promos, including one with country singer Taylor Swift, who she urged to stay silent for the entirety of the clip. Whenever Taylor speaks Ellen is all “shhh.” But that’s okay because Tay has a GORG smile anyway, even if it’s a tad awkward here.
In the promo with Nicki Minaj she says Ellen has that “boom badoom boom, boom badoom boom bass, she’s got that super bass,” which we all knew anyway but it never hurts to get confirmation from the girl herself. [Source]
The Red Green Show will film its last episode on Nov. 5 in Toronto, bringing an end to its 15-year run on CBC.
Comedian Steve Smith created and starred in the show featuring a repairman whose philosophy is that ?if the women don’t find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.?
It attracts one million viewers every Friday night, and is filmed in Harbourside Studios before a live audience, many of whom wear plaid shirts and bring rolls of duct tape to fit in with the Possum Lodge atmosphere. A fan club boasts 100,000 members.
Even after 300 episodes, Smith insists he won?t miss his beloved Red Green.
?I won’t miss him, not even slightly,? he said in an interview with the Hamilton Spectator. ?It’s been so great, honestly, it’s all positive memories for me, and if I felt sad, it would be kind of like I’m greedy, that I wanted more of that. I don’t think there is more. I don’t think there could be more and I sure don’t need more or expect more.?
Smith added that the final episode will reveal what happens to the characters long after viewers have bid farewell to Possum Lodge.
?It will be a kind of where-are-they-now thing where we fast-forward 10 years ahead,? Smith says. ?I really want the fans to feel satisfied and know what happened to the characters, and that everybody’s OK and the lodge still exists somewhere. It’s just not on TV anymore.?
The last show will air in March.