It’s seems as though there’s something for everyone these days.

Gone is the era when consumers of popular culture were forced to fit their own tastes into the broader boxes presented by limited options, where people watched what they watched not because they had sought it out, but because it was what was available to them.

Now, with the advent of streaming services and the like, a person can carefully curate their content consumption to a staggering extent of specificity. And so too can creators curate their creations to aim at those same granular niches.

This is all a long-winded way of saying that I watched The Lonely Island’s “The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience” on Netflix and I feel seen.

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 08 May 2013 12:52

Celebrity Slam - May 8, 2013

Ain't no fortunate son

It's always a roll of the dice when it comes to the children of the hyper-famous. Sometimes, they manage to navigate the minefield of vast wealth and implied entitlement and still find a way to come out the other side as a reasonable, relatively decent human being. Other times, they turn out to be utterly self-superior nozzles.

Unfortunately, it seems that young Patrick Schwarzenegger is the latter.

The still-teenaged Patrick (he's 19) used someone else's ID to gain entrance to The Sayers Club, a Hollywood nightspot. Not the smartest move, but hey he's a kid. Kids pull dumb stuff sometimes. But if that was all, we wouldn't be talking about this right now.

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