Today we have a “2-fer” (because it falls into 2 of our categories). The following sketch comes to us courtesy of the late Cartoon Network animated series MAD. It’s a musical number about the plight of being one the DC super heroes who aren’t the DC Trinity. Enjoy “That’s What Super Friends Are For”.
This is another one of Cartoon Network’s bumpers from back in the day. This one was made in the wake of Scooby Doo’s live action movie from 2002, which would explain why Scrappy seems to feeling a tad…disgruntled.
Today’s 2 Funny is a rare treat: Dave and Gibby of the Butthole Surfers perform a live acoustic version of “The Wooden Song” from their album Independent Worm Saloon. There’s gotta be a double-entendre in there somewhere…
Why is this also a Nerdvana? Despite it being what it is, I honestly like the tune. To me, it sounds reminiscent of an old sea chantey and as such, the song conjures up images of a quaint little seaside town. You should know I’m strange by now. Enjoy.
Today’s 2 Funny comes to us from Michael Kupperman, the man behind Captain Marginal. It’s about…well, it’s about a minute and a half. This one really defies description; you just have to see it for yourself. Here’s Pablo Picasso – His Amazing Life!.
This one’s going out to C. Martin Croker, who voiced Zorak and Moltar on Space Ghost Coast to Coast. Sadly, Mr. Croker passed away last week at age 54, so in his memory, I’m showing one of the funnier episodes of SG:C2C. Here’s “Hungry”. R.I.P, C. Martin Croker.