That's the only word that can come close to describing the week after Comic-Con.
You go from being surrounded by like-minded individuals enjoying the full spectrum of cultural geekery to back at your desk banging away at a to-do list and its just surreal.
SDCC is in our rearview mirrors for another year, but fear not. We've still got a lot of stuff to bring you from sunny Southern So-Cal. Keep your eyes peeled in the coming days. More video to roll out shortly.
In the meantime, I want to send out a wholehearted godspeed and get well soon to one of our own. Jibbies went under the knife this morning for a bit of surgery. He's a hearty fella and I'm sure he'll be back in the pit in no time.
Get well Chris.
Now, how do we ease back into this? Oh yeah. Cheesecake.
Ms. Plaza is a geekdom favorite thanks to her role as the ultra-snarky April Ludgate on NBC's Parks and Recreation. In addition to her work in Pawnee, Ms. Plaza has also appeared in Mystery Team, Scott Pilgrim v. The World, Safety Not Guaranteed and Monsters University.
Today she is hitting your local Cineplex in the new comedy, The To Do List. Yes, do is used the way your dirty little mind envisioned.
Let's hit the links.
Brando’s cue cards taped to Duvall’s chest while filming The Godfather
Trayvon Martin rally in River Oaks
8 animal-based sex positions other than doggy style
The best thing I've seen all week
How does a pro wrestler get treated when he turns to MMA? Just ask the pro wrestler.
Speaking of wrestling, this podcast is definitely worth a listen.
SNL actors break - a video montage.
Monopoly is getting rid of jail. There will be anarchy on Boardwalk.
Siri is an awful DM.
Time Warner is no longer trying to buy into Hulu.
Sacha Baron Cohen is out as Freddie Mercury.
Behold the first posters for X-Men - Days of Future Past.
The sad story of Ric Flair - deadbeat.
And finally, 280 movies sing Ice, Ice Baby.