SciShow: Lab-Grown Meat

Hank brings us the strange story of in vitro meat - muscle tissue grown in laboratories with the hope that someday we will eat it.

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Bernard Maisner, Master Calligrapher

A short documentary on Bernard Maisner, master calligrapher and fine stationer. With music by Chopin.

From The Art of Craftsmanship Revisited : Seamless Media (Parsons / LVMH)

Meet Jeff Dowd, the dude behind The Dude! Jeff Feuerzeig and Daniel Johnston reveal the inspiration for the beloved central character in the Coen Brothers' cult-favorite film The Big Lebowski`.

This documentary short follows Jeff Dowd to a Lebowski Fest offering a glimpse into this fascinating subculture and colorful real-life character behind the iconic mythical Dude and the secret to how he always abides...

Richard Pryor Celebrity Roast

Since the 1920s, entertainers, athletes and celebrities have been roasted to much fun and fanfare. At the conclusion of the short-lived "Richard Pryor Show", the cast got together to roast Pryor. After taking everyones best shot, Pryor ripped each panelist in his signature classic style.

The Richard Pryor Show debuted on September 13, 1977. Lasting only 4 episodes, the show faced controversy airing in primetime with subject matter just a little too raw. Pryor was ready to quit because of the disagreements but was eventually wooed back and began production. He agreed to do four episodes of the show instead of the ten he promised in his contract. He did the four episodes and they aired in consecutive weeks. The show did not do well in the ratings while the shows that were in front of it and behind it ended up #1 and #2 in the ratings and The Richard Pryor Show was dropped after those four episodes.

While the show may not have lasted, many of the writers went on to highly-distinguished careers. Some of the more notable castmbers/writers who went on to major stardom were Robin Williams, Paul Mooney, Tim Reid, John Witherspoon, Sandra Bernhard and Marsha Warfield.

With material written by Mooney, each of the members of the show took their shots at Pryor. Patiently waiting his turn, Pryor lit his co-workers up in a way that only the true King of Comedy could. While he loving torn into everyone, he saved some of his best and most personal material for Mooney, who wrote material with Pryor for years.

Cream: White Room, Live 2005

Live at Royal Albert Hall, London...

the same stage where they had completed what was thought to be their final performance in 1968.

It was one of the most eagerly anticipated, hard-to-get tickets in rock history.

With the exception of a brief reunion set at their 1993 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cream had not played together in nearly four decades.

Korean Penis Fish

Urechis unicinctus is a species of marine spoon worm. Nicknamed the Korean penis fish, this worm is commonly eaten raw in China, Japan and Korea.

SciShow Neil Armstrong Tribute

Neil Armstrong, first man to walk on a world that was not Earth had died. Getting his pilots license before his driver's license probably didn't hurt when it came to becoming one of the world's most famous men, certainly the world's most famous space man. A remarkable man who was able to accomplish many great things, but his legacy is far larger than himself. He became a symbol of our greatest accomplishments and it is very sad to now be in a world without him.

Cat Physics = Space Telescope Physics!

Smarter Every Day 59

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A Brief History of John Baldessari

The epic life of a world-class artist, jammed into six minutes.
Narrated by Tom Waits.
Commissioned by LACMA for their first annual "Art + Film Gala" honoring John Baldessari and Clint Eastwood.

Directed by Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman

Flight of the Conchords: Feel Inside

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