Wow. Just Wow

Maybe Owen Wilson is easily wowed, but maybe we should all try to see the world through his easily-wowed eyes:

The Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan Museum Finally Exists In Brooklyn

Best friends and comedy writers Matt Harkins and Viviana Olen were six and seven years old when Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was attacked with a baton on behalf of her arch-rival, Tonya Harding, in 1994. The following federal investigation (which would reveal Harding’s then-husband helped plan the attack) was one of the biggest sports stories of the century.

Harkins and Olen weren’t fully aware of the scope of the story until watching the ESPN documentary, The Price of Gold, which humanizes both athletes. Then they were hooked, and surprised how little their peers remembered of the controversial events. “I made out with a 25-year-old and he had no idea what I was talking about,” Olen says. “That really impressed on us the fact that there’s a whole generation that doesn’t remember.” So they opened a museum:

Say Whaaaaaaaaaaaat?

Thanks, Ethan!

Do You Like Apples?

Tame Impala Will Reign Supreme Over Summer

What Does Kai Ryssdal Have In Common With The RZA?

Peter Grosz was a panelist for Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! at RadioLoveFest, and that means the eventual broadcast will have at least one extra listener because he admitted to only tuning in when he’s a guest. The public radio quiz show presented an evening of fun, games, and Steve Buscemi onstage at BAM’s Opera House in Brooklyn late last week. Before taking the stage, Grosz told me about his favorite public radio shows and podcasts.

Unsurprisingly, Grosz is a fan of This American Life, and he has the Ira Glass impression to prove it. He likes Marketplace, too, but you wouldn’t know from his attempt to spell “Kai Ryssdal.”

Sorry / Not Sorry

Mom At The Whitney Museum

True Detective Season Poo

How does Barclay the pup feel about the second season of True Detective? Watch for the thrilling reveal:

Key & Peele 2016

Welcome to Black Pleasantville. Key & Peele aren’t the comedians we deserve, but they’re the ones we need right now.