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Since you spend all day on the Tosh blog, here's what you're missing on the rest of the web:
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In anticipation of the show's return on Wednesday, June 2nd, Daniel has chosen five full episodes that — for a limited time — you'll be able to stream in their entirety online! It's your chance to catch up on some great Tosh.0 moments you may have missed or rewatch some of our favorite bits at the comfort of your, uh… desk!
Want even more Tosh.0?! Don't miss the Tosh-0-Thon on Sunday, May 30th on Comedy Central! From 3pm to 9pm, they'll be airing 12 episodes of Tosh.0 back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back.
It'll be the best Memorial Day Weekend since before your dad fell off the wagon!
Online TV and movie streaming website Hulu is making its first foray into the world of original programing.
If I Can Dream is the story of a bunch of network executives and equity partners who dream about someday turning a profit streaming videos online. It's your classic story of innovation and greed.
What the actual show is about, I have no idea. Who the hell wants to watch original programing on Hulu?
This isn't an advice column, but you can't draw people with original content you've created, Hulu. Start bigger! Take something people already watch on TV and then poach that — something people will actually be willing to go through the trouble of watching online like The Super Bowl or The Big Bang Theory.
Then you'll have people hooked and you can exploit them from there.
Why am I a blogger?? I should be an "equity partner."