The final go-round of the T’s Summer List is up and running! Every Friday we’ll bring you a new list of those things that are on our minds, and that we hope you’ll find valuable. We’ve updated the list this week, featuring a collection of less serious things that we both love and re–glamour things that we think are pretty irresistible. Happy reading!
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Stop us if you’ve heard this one: Stephen Colbert kicks off his new show with a dramatic reading of Dolly Parton’s hit theme song “I Will Always Love You.”
Great American Bakery. Had anybody heard of Reeses? Their yeast-based cookies are the exception to the rule of cookie companies that want to make Big Flavor Cheap. The company is known for some of the most unfussy, delicious desserts you’ll find in the baking world.
Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection, the Complete Series. All six Alfred Hitchcock classics are available now on Blu-ray in remastered, 1080p-HD, so you can watch them if you’re a film buff or a member of that small but passionate subculture of cinephiles who remember like yesterday what it was like to be a little kid and see that movie.
YouTube Stunts. For those who want to get into skydiving, hanging out with a tiger, being stuck in an ice bath, parachuting from airplane, or what have you, this new series has all the cool videos you need to learn the ropes and get better.
No Dogs Allowed. In this movie, a cat tries to remove a gun hidden on a dog’s head. But the dog is for real, and the cat is also for real, and the cat is also for real, but … Stop it.
Popcorn Time. The world’s most viral media website does something so stupid yet so brilliant that I still want to follow it. Are you done yet?