In this episode:
- American Matt “Aristotle” Burns successfully defends his title at the 22nd Air Guitar World Championships (who knew?!).
- Facebook’s new “Watch” tab brings you network TV-quality original content, including hyped shows like “Ball in the Family.”
- And Starz continues to impress with originals like “Black Sails” and “Survivor’s Remorse.”
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Question of the week: What college football team do you rep?
More stupid shit white people do
Matt “Airistotle” Burns is the best when it comes to pretend playing guitar.
The American successfully defended his title at the 22nd Air Guitar World Championships in Oulu, Finland on Friday after competing in the finals against 15 contestants from South Korea, Pakistan, Sweden, Britain, Canada and other countries. — AP
When your favorite restaurant is Cracker Barrel
An Indiana couple completed their goal of eating at all 645 Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations in the United States. Ray and Wilma Yoder ate at their final Cracker Barrel Monday in Tualatin, Oregon, outside Portland, ending the quest that took almost 40 years. — USA Today
Black Sails Season 1 (Starz)
Captain Flint and his pirates, twenty years prior to Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic “Treasure Island”. The pirates operate out of Nassau in the Bahamas. The plot of the first season focuses on the hunt for the Spanish treasure galleon Urca de Lima. — IMDb
Survivor’s Remorse (Starz)
Created by: Mike O’Malley (also starred in Glee)
Through a combination of God-given talent and Boston grit, Cam Calloway and Reggie Vaughn have achieved fame and fortune that neither could have imagined growing up in one of the toughest neighborhoods in Boston. But success comes with its own challenges, and the cousins and confidantes wrestle with the rewards of money, stardom, love, and occasionally, the guilt of having “made it.” — IMBd
The Latest in Streaming
FB’s New Watch tab
Facebook has started to roll out its new Watch video feed for users in the United States. The platform will feature videos that are exclusive to Facebook, including programming funded by the company and content made by partners. — TechCrunch
Hulu goes 5 for 5
Hulu is adding the CW to its live TV service, meaning all five major broadcast networks will now be available. — Engadget
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