Monday, August 15, 2011

With Gov. Mark Sanford back in the news & giving interviews

Revisiting our NOTHIN' COULD BE FINER THAN TO LEAVE SOUTH CAROLINA parody about the itinerant governor who claimed to have been hiking along the Appalachian Trail (but was actually in Argentina) back in summer 2009  

Friday, August 12, 2011

Sesame Street Gay Wedding controversy :)

That Katy Perry "controversy" for SESAME STREET last year, the "Bert and Ernie gay wedding controversy" this year.  

These controversies must be good for SESAME STREET ratings, right?


Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Vascillating Rhythm, or Oh Yes We Can Take That Away from You: Gershwin heirs allow changes, a look back

Just in fun, not 100% sure what I think about this issue, but so much intelligent conversation about this issue today:  

The Gershwins' ghosts kvetching about their heirs allowing changes
SOMEONE TO WATCH OUR ESTATE - updating our "parody chat" with George and Ira Gershwin

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Living EVITA Loca - an audio parody preview, because suddenly, everyone's talking EVITA instead of FUNNY GIRL

I was planning a full "Living La Vida Loca" parody on Ricky Martin's casting for the fall (I think he'll do a great job with the role, even if his fans will buy tickets for hotness reasons) - but decided to put out this UNMIXED audio preview since suddenly "everyone" is talking EVITA because of the show's casting announcement yesterday.


Friday, August 5, 2011

Parody based on Lauren Ambrose casting as Fanny Brice, and the much-talked-about Marilyn Michaels NY Times blog item this morning

I'D RATHER A JEW OVER YOU (parody of I'd Rather Be Blue Over You)

suggested by the NY Times blog item (on FUNNY GIRL casting Lauren Ambrose) by the legendary Marilyn Michaels

The sing-along parody lyrics are in the "More info" on the YouTube screen!

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

In honor of the new documentary "Sarah Palin -You Betcha" debuting in Toronto in Sept.

You may only want to watch this if you like laughing at Sarah Palin instead of with her.

Revisiting a parody from Fred Landau & Jan Horvath (a so-called rogue-umentary)

Parody of Carly Simon's "You're So Vain"