I was driving to meet a friend to see “Zero Dark Thirty” when a young man on KXLU (the great college station of Los Angeles’s Loyola Marymount University) introduced a record by pronouncing Fugazi in the above fashion. KXLU’s music programming is, for lack of a better word, alternative, and…
Please enjoy the wonderfully entertaining second episode of Paul and Storm’s LEARNINGTOWN. I’m in there doing my creepy thing.
Glee music producer makes elliptical reference to the Coulton matter in suggesting that earlier tweet was not an elliptical reference to the Coulton matter. Silence on issue otherwise maintained.
Update: Go easy on this guy, folks. If this tweet from last year is any indication, he’s had a rough week.
THIS EXISTS: New Dinosaur Jr. video featuring me, Maria Bamford, Henry Rollins and my real-life twin children. Directed by Bob’s Burgers scribe Scott Jacobson.
The comedy music duo Paul and Storm have a new webseries called “Learning Town” in which I have recurring role as a network executive who resembles Slugworth from Willy Wonka. What more do you want?
After a slight seasonal delay, Getting On with James Urbaniak (a fictional podcast) returns with an episode by the esteemed playwright, screenwriter and blogger Todd Alcott, who has known me since 1989. This one digs deep into the mystery of the James Urbaniak character.
All the babies I know always sit in stiff, straight-backed, perfect profile when being videotaped from a distance.
I’m in this Homeland gif, yo.