Jim Henson’s Muppets Sing “Sclrap Flyapp” on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1968

Before Sesame Street, SNL, or The Muppet Show, Jim Henson’s Muppets appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1968 to perform a song called “Sclrap Flyapp”. Sclrap Flyapp eventually evolved and became “Hugga Wugga” on The Muppet Show. I’ll include both below for your viewing pleasure, but I prefer the original! [Via Neatorama]

It Has Been a LONG Century: Putting the Reign of Queen Elizabeth II Into Perspective

@literallyjohngreen It has been a long century. The next one will also be long. History is something that happens to us. But it is also something we make together. ♬ original sound – John Green Author John Green puts a little perspective into the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. It has been a long century […]

Ottawa Welcomes Back Comiccon and Cosplay in 2022

After being on hold for three years, Ottawa Comicccon is finally back in 2022 with over 40,000 visitors! Of course, your friendly Geeks are Sexy staff was on location to photograph some of the best and funniest cosplays at the event! We also had quite a feast sampling some amazing poutines from various food trucks […]

Rings of Power Condemns Trolls for Relentless Racism and Harassment in Official Statement #YouAreAllWelcomeHere

You probably heard about it, it’s everywhere online these days: Internet trolls are relentlessly attacking Amazon’s new series, The Rings of Power, for the diversity of its cast among other things. Middle Earth, being such a large place, would naturally be filled with people of multiple origins and colors, so it stands to reason to […]

Happy 56th Birthday Star Trek – A Celebration! [Video]

Star Trek made its US television debut on September 8, 1966 with the airing of the episode “The Man Trap.” In honor of the 56th birthday of Star Trek, please enjoy this “happy birthday” compilation, featuring The Wrath of Khan, The Next Generation, Deep Space 9, Voyager, and Enterprise. [John DiMarco]

House of the Dragon: Hand Of The King Makes Shock Return Thanks to CGI Blunder

House of the Dragon may have cost around $20 million an episode to produce, but that wasn’t enough to stop an unfortunate CGI blunder. In the latest episode, it was revealed that King Viserys had received several injuries from the Iron Throne, including losing two fingers. Rather than ask actor Paddy Considine to take method […]