I know I've been complaining about television commercials too much lately, but I have to mention one more. There's a spot for Hotels.com Go »
Scott's Pet Peeve #42592
Commercials where someone unwraps a gift that turns out to be a cell phone, and suddenly it rings with a call from the person who gave it. There's a local one where an old lady is "home alone" for the holidays, and on Christmas morning she opens her gift, Go »
Bowling for Columbine
Not many specific words of praise come to mind about this film - I'm speechless - but I want to urge you to see it nonetheless. It's the newest documentary by Michael Moore, and while he still wears his flaws and biases proudly, he's as gifted a filmmaker Go »
The Future According to Tragic Comedy
Ten years ago today, I started Tragic Comedy as a blog to comment on current events and my own life. I wasn't sure whether it would last more than a few weeks. Go »
This Week on "Scott"
So here's what I've been up to the past few days. None of it's interesting. Go »
Please tell me that there are people out there who heard about the Nazi writing assignment in Albany and didn't immediately assume the teacher was anti-Semitic, and who ins Go »
Since its debut on February 23, 1998, Celebrity Goo Game has published over 4000 goos and is about to crown its 75th champion.
For the game's 20th anniversary, we're recreating the 20 most influential goos that changed the game forever. Can you solve them the second time around? After you solve each goo, refresh the page to learn more about its place in game history.
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