In a story on Sunday about a speed dating event at Tampa Bay Comic Con, a Tampa Bay Times reporter not strong in the ways of the Force (or Star Wars lore) quoted the moderator, Croix Provence, as asking: “Are you ready to find love in all the wrong places?” But what Provence actually said was: “Are you ready to find love in Alderaan places?” She was referring to Princess Leia Organa’s home world, which appeared briefly in the 1977 film. Regret the error, we do.
"Darth Baby’s Lightsaber" is better than you even think it will be: Think Blair Witch meets Star Wars meets adorable baby.
NBD, just a Darth Vader Hoth air balloon creeping over the National Library of Australia.
The Empire, it seems, has struck back against the White House’s nerdgasmic statement on Friday that it would not build a Death Star. The official Star Wars response to the response — “Planet Earth Abandons Death Star Project In Face Of Superior Galactic Imperial Power” — is terrific.
The documentary team behind the 2009 acclaimed series Life is back with a new show called Africa, which premieres January 8 at 10 pm ET on Discovery. Narrated by Forest Whitaker (we’ll forever miss the pipes of the now-retired Sir David Attenborough), the show is teasing us with what they’re calling “the most violent giraffe fight ever filmed.” Africa plays it as a Western, but it’s more like a bizarre slo-mo duel of limp neck lightsabers.
Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen deep-throated a double-ended “Party Python” on live tv yesterday.
To naive Midwestern moms it looked like this:
To nerds it looked like this:
But to our dirty minds over here at HypeVocal, our imaginations took us to a more…double-ended place. Click through to see the slightly NSFW gif that will make your day.