For those tragically not in the know, Homestar Runner and his band of misfits are the godfather of the Internet's brand of non sequitur video comedy. Created by Matt Chapman on Flash, the series became a viral cultural phenomenon before Facebook and Twitter were around to help content become viral. Homestar Runner had to become popular the old-fashioned way: By being really funny.

The site hadn't been updated in a few years, until a surprise video back in April sent the Internet into a tizzy. And now, Chapman says that a real rebirth is in the works. "We did that thing as sort of a test to get back into doing it. We'd love to start making things again," Chapman told the Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show podcast, confirming that Strong Bad emails are in the works. "It depends on how whole-hog we go, if we give Strong Bad a Twitter or Strong Sad a Tumblr." (The idea of a Strong Sad Tumblr is almost too good to be true) ... Discuss

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The drum battle between similar-looking celebrities Will Ferrell and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith on The Tonight Show did not disappoint. We won’t spoil what happens, but you’re going to want to watch until the end ... Discuss

Duck Dynasty, Hip Hop and Our Failure to Communicate

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In retrospect, it's weird that it took Netflix this long to get Gilmore Girls, as the show's got one of the most rabid fan bases out there. Come to think of it, the people most excited about this news probably already have every episode memorized. Nevertheless, if you're a fan, you're probably excited. If you've never seen it, this is a good opportunity to see what all the fuss is about. And if you're not a fan, well, perhaps Netflix has something else to offer you. Look around ... Discuss

A Redditor was recently visiting Philadelphia’s historic Walnut Street Theater—first founded in 1809—and snapped this striking photo of a marble statue at the venue. Clearly, there is only one logical explanation: Ron Swanson is a time traveling hero, dispensing his self-reliant brand of wisdom and protein advocacy throughout the ages. Either that, or iconic local actor Edwin Forrest just happens to bear a resemblance to Nick Offerman. But, nah. It's probably the time travel thing ... Discuss