Is it wrong to say that this is the best comedy show on TV right now? Is it wrong to say that most of you don’t even watch anything on a television anymore? Do you like questions?
OK. Let’s be serious for a second. Episode one of “Fresh Off The Boat” sets up the storyline to be knocked out the park by episode two, which was aired right after. This is the show that many of us who grew up in the 90’s were all waiting for, asking for, praying for. Enough said.
Watch episodes 1 & 2 here: http://abc.go.com/shows/fresh-off-the-boat
Meet the cast:
Fresh Off The Boat Panel
Yay! We finally have enough Asian representation to come up with a list Lol.
Sailor Moon Crystal, known in Japan as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal(美少女戦士セーラームーンCrystal?), is a 2014 anime series produced by Toei Animation, celebrating the 20th anniversary of Naoko Takeuchi‘s shōjo manga series, Sailor Moon Directed by Munehisa Sakai, Crystal serves as a reboot of the series, as opposed to a remake of the previous 1992 anime series, aiming to become a more faithful adaptation of the original manga. The story focuses on Usagi Tsukino, a young girl who is granted the power to become the titular protagonist and is joined by fellow Sailor Guardians in search of a Legendary Silver Crystal.
The first episode,Usagi, aired July 5, 2014.
JP is the biggest Asian-American music artist ever. This is his story.
Just geeking out over anime.
The show is set to run on national television. This is the trailer. What do you think?
There was once a HD television series that focused on Asian-American pop culture called MYX-Rated. It ran for two seasons before it got cancelled. The show was like Attack of the Show!, but Asian! I can’t find full episodes online, but I did find the documentary to the show (watch it in this post).
The show first aired in 2011. It was a time when Asian-Americans were coming up on the YouTube stage. The show was perfectly aligned to take advantage of that. It simply made sense to have a show like MYX-Rated because the demand was always there and it was about time.
It was really a great show IMO. I just think that not enough people knew about the show to keep it going. None of my friends knew about it until I told them and I have a lot of friends! JK… I have no friends… #Foreveralone… But I’m glad we at least had something to call our own, however brief it was…
Whenever I see an Asian guy in a movie or TV show, I act like I just saw a unicorn in real life. On the outside, I’m acting cool, but on the inside, I’m pointing with my mouth wide open and saying, “He looks like me!” We (Asian males) exist motherfucker, but you’d never know it watching TV! Sometimes, just sometimes, it’s awesome to know that we exist in Fantasyland as well.
Apparently this video took over a month to do. Apparently there’s nothing good or innocent left in this world. Apparently. Apparently, “IT’S OVER 9000!”
just like phil and jen, i grew up in the 90’s. there were a lot of great things about growing up in the 90’s. some of those things are mentioned in the video. but then again, the graphics in video games and movies are WAAAAAY better nowadays and the current technologies available makes life so much easier/better. no, i didn’t get to grow up in a world full of the technology we have now but hey, life was much simpler back then and i got to enjoy it that way for a long time. i have fully embraced whatever changes that came my way and have learned to appreciate life as it comes.
1. Lindsey Stirling & Peter Hollens
2. Cosplay Piano’s
3. Break of Reality
4. Jason Yang
Brian Cooley, knows a lot about cars. And in every single one of his car videos, he breaks things down in typical Cooley fashion, so that everyone can better understand the two ton machines that they’re driving. If you’ve ever thought about buying a car and want an honest, hold nothing back review on the car, search in Youtube for “CNET Brian Cooley [insert your car here].” You can’t go wrong.