Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That Autotune

Sweet Brown’s incredibly soulful new hit single by AUTOTUNE ( by theparodyfactory1 )

Watch the original video here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaAd8OuwwPk

Lyrics: (mix by theparodyfactory1 )

Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time, ain’t nobody got time
Ain’t nobody got time for that

Well, I woke up to go get me a cold pop
Then I thought somebody was BBQing
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire!”
Then I ran out, I didn’t grab no shoes or nothing Jesus
I ran for my life

Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time, ain’t nobody got time
Ain’t nobody got time for that

I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, it’s a fire.

I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, Jesus.

Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time, ain’t nobody got time
Ain’t nobody got time for that

Community’s Dan Harmon: Fired

Dan Harmon Fired From Community

Dan Harmon was fired by NBC/Sony this week. Rather, his contract was not renewed. No one from NBC/Sony has been in touch with Dan to negotiate or let him know he was fired or to even say hello.

Dan Harmon’s Community on NBC is one of the best sitcoms on television today. That sentence should be able to stand on it’s on for anyone who has watched more than a few episodes of the show.

It’s wonderful on a number of fronts. The actors are clearly having a blast portraying these characters who are trudging through a community college curriculum, but the story arc isn’t what makes it great. Community simultaneously deconstructs the American Sitcom as well as the tropes used in modern storytelling, while it is itself a purveyor of those tropes. The deftness and intelligence it uses as it wields these commentaries on popular culture and the modern medium is astounding.

It’s Harold Bloom, interrupted every nine minutes with ads for Kotex.

While’s it’s unclear, it seems that Dan Harmon as showrunner plays a key role in making Community such a success, as he states on his Tumblr blog:

I’m not saying you can’t make a good version of Community without me, but I am definitely saying that you can’t make my version of it unless I have the option of saying “it has to be like this or I quit” roughly 8 times a day.

That quote leads me to think that without Dan’s leadership, Community will ease into being just another NBC sitcom; filled with the zany adventures of Troy and Abed or perhaps a story arc where Winger and Britta fall madly in love.

Get ready for a wedding episode–NOT enjoy it ironically.

Dan, now that you have some free time, maybe you can find some time between bouts of Prototype 2 and help out Travis with his Untitled Webseries About A Space Traveler?