Catsandbeer.com presents The Don West Megamix: over 100 YouTube clips of Don West from his Shop At Home days strung together for your infinite enjoyment.
The first chapter of my fan fiction story about the time the Bar None Ranch gang (with some help from a few Salute Your Shorts alums) went back in time to save RFK from being assassinated.
In 2002, I emailed the McDonald’s Customer Satisfaction Department to express my customer satisfaction with their series of Grimace television commercials.
Catsandbeer.com talks to a guy who scores hot ladies with the help of adorable little hamburgers. Then he pounds them two at a time...the burgers, that is.
The entire first episode of Dawson's Creek told using only character names.
Dottie’s Magic Pockets is a gay, bootleg version of Pee Wee’s Playhouse sans the wit, irreverence, and – surprisingly enough – cowboy. Join Dottie and her shitty friends as they do the beaver, do the can, and turn your children gay.
I correct an error in a Don West-related top ten list and swear upon the eyes of my mother that I will not let it happen again.
The TBS cable network has the entire country asking, "What is Frank TV?" In two months we'll find out the answer is "that sketch comedy show with the impressionist guy that TBS canceled."
We present a definitive listing of Don West's most controversial on-air quotes. No feelings are spared as he declares things nuts and possibly even unbelievable.
In this edition of "Hey Hollywood!," Brian issues Tinseltown his TV demands: more Christina Applegate, more Jesse Camp, more eHarmony.com founder Dr. Neil Clark Warren and, of course, more butt sex.
Critically-acclaimed comedian Brian Hernandez mercilessly skewers the current and the cultural, whether in the studio or out on the street. Enter Hernandez's Head and immerse yourself in his unique, unflinching take on the world.