William Shatner: How To Handle a Woman

William Shatner sings the Richard Burton song during a television show.

Originally from the Broadway whos Camelot.

Circa 1970s.

"How to handle a woman?
There's a way," said the wise old man,
"A way known by ev'ry woman
Since the whole rigmarole began."
"Do I flatter her?" I begged him answer.
"Do I threaten or cajole or plead?
Do I brood or play the gay romancer?"
Said he, smiling: "No indeed.
How to handle a woman?
Mark me well, I will tell you, sir:
The way to handle a woman
Is to love her...simply love her...
Merely love her...love her...love her."

Pinky and the Brain: Win Big

Actually, the Animaniacs (this being a Pinky and the Brain Short within the show).

Brain competes on a trivia game show entitled "Gyp-Parody" to win money to buy a device in order to take over the world.

RT 9:20

Season 1

Episode 10

First Aired 9/14/1993

Louis CK: Bad Words

Everybody has different words that offend them. Clip from his comedy special "Chewed Up." RT: 2:50

Speedy Gonzales: Tabasco Road

Academy Award nominee for best short subject. Directed by Robert McKimson, 1957. RT 6:32.

The fastest mouse in all of Mexico sped onto screens with his first appearance in 1953's Cat-Tails for Two by Robert McKimson. Two years later, Friz Freleng and Hawley Pratt did some work under the hood and revved up the newly designed - and faster than ever - speedster mouse who emerged - faster than ever - in the Academy Award winning Speedy Gonzales. Constantly at odds with "gringo pussy-gato" Sylvester, Speedy remains a hero to his countrymen mice - especially his lethargic cousin Slowpoke Rodriguez.

Bread Making vs 80s Fitness

One of the best ways to get your vitamins, proteins and fiber is from whole grain breads.

And if you're living in the eighties and you can dance while demonstrating your fitness, all the better.

Speedy Gonzales: Cat Tails for Two

Speedy debuted in 1953's Cat-Tails for Two, directed by Robert McKimson and RT 6:39. This early Speedy was a meaner, skinnier, rattier-looking creation with a sizable gold front tooth.

Speedy Gonzales, the fastest mouse in all of Mexico, makes his screen debut, outwits and outruns two waterfront alley cats out for some "Mexican food."

Letterman: Gary Busey in His Prime, 1990

Gary Busey is truly an original. When he appeared on talk shows, you were guaranteed a wild and unpredicable ride. A fine musicain and composer, he'd often grab his guitar and sing a rousing rock and roll anthem, or a soulful ballad, usually of his own composition. He also has one of the quickest minds in show biz, which made him a fun foil for Dave, who's head Gary liked to fuck with. GB coulda been a great comedian too. Listen to this improvised tale of his life on the farm.

Frank Zappa, King Kong, 1968

Utterly astonishing clip of Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention at the BBC studios in 1968 performing a workout of King Kong.

Fire in the Sky: Full Film

Circa 1993, RT 1:50:17.

On November 5, 1975, near Snowflake, Arizona, logger Travis Walton disappears mysteriously during an encounter with a flying saucer. Authorities treat with skepticism the outrageous story related by the only witnesses to the alleged event, including Walton's co-workers and his best friend and future brother-in-law, Mike Rogers. They are suspected of foul play despite no apparent motive or knowledge as to Walton's whereabouts.

A state lawman finds a tabloid newspaper in the crew's pickup truck and quickly concludes that tensions had arisen between Walton and surly co-worker Allan Dallis, leading the lawman to conclude that a murder cover-up is under way. However, all of the suspects pass lie-detector tests and the case becomes stalled. Five days later, and just as mysteriously as he disappeared, Walton reappears, claiming to have been abducted by extraterrestrials and taken aboard a UFO. There are shots of him being probed against his will. It shows the alien creatures sticking a needle in his eye, and doing all sorts of ghastly things to him.

Rugrats: Pilot-Tommy and The Great White Thing

Follow the lives of intrepid infant Tommy Pickles, his cousin Angelica, his best friend Chuckie Finster, and rivalrous twins Phil and Lil DeVille.

Produced by Klasky-Csupo in 1991, and originally aired on the Nickelodeon Network.

FotC: Final Fansterpiece

The final "megamix" Flight of the Conchords Fansterpiece, composed of worldwide contributions of fan made "lip dub" music videos for the Conchords song "Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros."