In honor of our trip to Boston this weekend to see the Maryland Terps beat up on the Bro-town College Smeagles, I present to you this still shot from Modern Family featuring three of my favorite things: 1) turtles, 2) a Shel Silverstein reference and 3) Ed O’Neil.
can I get a whoooa Terps
Shel Turtlestein! This show is good for no other reason than it returns Ed O’Neill to the spotlight. Throwback clip: “Ed O’Neill: TV’s Little Giant,” from all the way back in March of 2007, for The Guide.
I originally hadn’t planned on posting anything about John Hughes, as I was a fan but not an obsessive one, plus I think we’re all choking on the noxious
fumes of over-saturated celebrity tributes this summer. But then I remembered that Hughes directed and wrote Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and that’s the movie that got me into college. How, you ask? First, in honor of that terribly difficult task, let’s watch the Diplo remix of the Twist and Shout scene.
So when tackling the college essay when I was applying for schools some lost millennium ago, you had the option of several essay questions. The one I chose was “Talk about a piece of art work that has influenced your life, and how.”