I've been trying to figure out which other TV shows would be good teaching aids for economics professors but, yeah, THE ECONOMICS OF SEINFELD seems hard to beat. That either says something about my (limited) knowledge of television or of economics. I think it's the latter. Any thoughts? More after the click in any case...
In case you find it hard to parse the slang-ridden rhymes of a man named 50 Cent, then you need THE ENGLISH FIFTY CENT to help you understand what is happening IN DA CLUB.
CAN YOU DRAW THE INTERNET? This contest asks kids to draw the web and pits their artistic representations against those of ad agency designers.
If you're into wookies, jedis and siths, then, one day, you might need to learn how to TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT STAR WARS.
Guess who, ahem, pops up as a sexual orientation therapist in Lisa Kudrow's online series Web Therapy? MERYL STREEP!
College Humor imagines what THE SOCIAL NETWORK might have looked like if someone other than David Fincher had directed it.
SKATEISTAN is "Afghanistan's--and the world's--first co-educational skateboarding school." Rad.