This is going to be an unfortunately short installment thanks to an inconveniently timed visit from tech support.

AV Club keeps producing some of my favorite content on the Web. Today it's an interview with Kristen Schaal, aka the gloriously creepy Mel from Flight of the Conchords, and another with Tim & Eric of Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!

Could Friday Night Lights move to ESPN? That's the (very unsubstantiated) rumor.

The New York Times reports on the increase in racial humor on "edgy" TV shows such as Curb Your Enthusiasm and 30 Rock.

TV Guide's Michael Ausiello has major spoilers in his Q&A about how the strike will effect such shows as Lost, Grey's Anatomy and more. Read at your own risk (I kind of wish I hadn't.) And speaking of Grey's, Ellen Pompeo had a surprise wedding.

Rhapsody has an interview with Clipse.

A full-length documentary about Gorillaz is coming soon to DVD.

Nah Right has video a track from Ghostface's upcoming Big Doe Rehab. Meanwhile, Spine has Wu-Tang's ODB tribute from the upcoming 8 Diagrams. (For reference, it's timestamped at 3:23, November 14.)

Check out Gibson's new robot guitar, which tunes itself on command. The future is now. Commenters seem pretty non-plussed by the invention, though. Does it take the musicianship out of music, as they suggest?

The dude who conducted that notoriously awful Sigur Ros interview has quit NPR.

Conan's writers are growing "strike beards."

The Wire is releasing its first soundtrack album.

Lastly, here's a video clip from Jay-Z's Hammerstein Ballroom show in NYC. Another clip after the jump...

This is going to be an unfortunately short installment thanks to an inconveniently timed visit from tech support.

AV Club keeps producing some of my favorite content on the Web. Today it's an interview with Kristen Schaal, aka the gloriously creepy Mel from Flight of the Conchords, and another with Tim & Eric of Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!

Could Friday Night Lights move to ESPN? That's the (very unsubstantiated) rumor.

The New York Times reports on the increase in racial humor on "edgy" TV shows such as Curb Your Enthusiasm and 30 Rock.

TV Guide's Michael Ausiello has major spoilers in his Q&A about how the strike will effect such shows as Lost, Grey's Anatomy and more. Read at your own risk (I kind of wish I hadn't.) And speaking of Grey's, Ellen Pompeo had a surprise wedding.

Rhapsody has an interview with Clipse.

A full-length documentary about Gorillaz is coming soon to DVD.

Nah Right has video a track from Ghostface's upcoming Big Doe Rehab. Meanwhile, Spine has Wu-Tang's ODB tribute from the upcoming 8 Diagrams. (For reference, it's timestamped at 3:23, November 14.)

Check out Gibson's new robot guitar, which tunes itself on command. The future is now. Commenters seem pretty non-plussed by the invention, though. Does it take the musicianship out of music, as they suggest?

The dude who conducted that notoriously awful Sigur Ros interview has quit NPR.

Conan's writers are growing "strike beards."

The Wire is releasing its first soundtrack album.

Lastly, here's a video clip from Jay-Z's Hammerstein Ballroom show in NYC. Another clip after the jump...