June 29th, 2003
After an absence of far too long, Jeff's UnFunny comic gets another update. Don't blame him for the delay, blame the fact I keep uploading unfunny (see what I did there?) stuff instead.
June 27th, 2003
Another guest review, this time from someone called Lauren. He's turned his attention to the movie Dream Catcher. If you want to write for us, just lose your funny bone and click here.
June 25th, 2003
Just so you know, Mack Salmon has all but disappeared, but I found this article he wrote about American Presidents a long, long time ago. You can read it if you want to.
June 24th, 2003
Remember our interview with actor Glenn Shadix? Even if you don't, he needs your help fundraising for a project he's got going. Help him or I'll hurt you. EMOTIONALLY! Click on the picture or here to find out more.
June 23rd, 2003
Fresh Spurt, and this time it's a Flash animation...for no real reason. Also, I discovered the Gaviscon ads featuring the fire-eater are back after a six-month absence from British TV, and two weeks after my article about them. Mystery!
June 21st, 2003
What would one of these week-long update things be without a drawing from Ross? Today you can marvel at the artistic skill he used to draw a picture of a happy face.
June 20th, 2003
Ross was going to come up with some sort of special article for this birthday week nonsense, but he is too lazy, and instead wrote a short review of the band Electric Six.
June 19th, 2003
Even though the movie From Justin To Kelly (even the title's bad) isn't released until tomorrow, Joe has written a sneaky, in-depth pre-release review to help you decide whether to watch it or not.
June 18th, 2003
Despite failing to win his Senate campaign last year, Sheriff Gringo (the cartoon, not me) today revealed he's running for President in 2004. Yes, the campaign site is just as shoddy as last time round.
June 17th, 2003
After Ross was contacted by two people in defence of Steve Guttenberg following one of the very first articles he wrote for this site (about how he hated Steve), there's finally some closure. Read Ross' article to find out more!
June 16th, 2003
Rehashed articles are always the way forward. Today you can read another in the seemingly never-ending Life After Walt series, looking at various Disney movies. Don't worry, there's some great stuff coming later this week! Maybe.
June 15th, 2003
We've been doing this sub-par quality site for two years today. Enough of that! Here is your first gift of a birthday week of updates...the launch of Joe and his friend Colin's epic creation THE ENCHANTED NEMESIS.
June 14th, 2003
Read my review of the new movie A Mighty Wind. Please? Also, something terrible is happening tomorrow, just like last year on the same day. Hint: check the old news archives to find out what.
June 12th, 2003
A trip down memory lane today, with a review of Seymour At The Movies, an old Amstrad CPC 6128 game. Skip down memory lane! Fall over! Crack your head open! BLEED TO DEATH! Or read my review.
June 11th, 2003
Something like a year ago, I wrote a review of a television advert for heartburn medicine. I still don't know why, but decided to finally put it online because (a) the advert's no longer on television and (b) I wanted to.
June 10th, 2003
Someone going by the name of Teal Dude sent in a review of a movie called The Ring. If you too want to experience the three seconds of fun of having your article on this site, then click right here.
June 6th, 2003
Harry Shearer does many voices on The Simpsons, was part of This Is Spinal Tap and is in the new comedy movie A Mighty Wind. Read our interview with him, or get death. Your choice.
June 5th, 2003
The Joe-Gringo-Joe-Gringo updating schedule continues as planned, because everyone else is too lazy to write anything. Mind you, judging by today's review of Wheatus' self-titled album, Joe's not exactly ready to write an essay.
June 3rd, 2003
I've written the third and final article in the over-long series of stories about my New York City stay. Still, at least you can read about what a tight-fisted arrogant prick I really am. OOH, ANGST!
June 1st, 2003
It's Joe's turn to describe the crazy fun activities we got up to when I visited New York City. I could be lying, of course, and maybe we did nothing exciting. Find out! Now!