Here's some nice vintage Chris Elliott for you on this fine Tuesday morning. Elliott did the whole Will Ferrell night show routine back in the early 90s where he would show up and just get weird for a while. Mocking ancient hipster William Shatner is this fantastic spoken word Rocket Man. Mostly just an audition for executives though. Good times.
Here is the definitive cover version of General Larry Platt's now classic original Pants On The Ground from this week's American Idol. Canadian superstar Neil Young appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform the hit as only he can. Awesome
I always thought Estonia was a fake place made up by people with lazy imaginations, but apparently it is real enough to have its very own tv channel. The people of Estonia also appear to be pretty big fans of The Simpsons as they have re-enacted the show's famous intro with actual people. People doing things that happen in Estonia, like riding around on those fake horse sticks that stopped being cool in the 1800's. Maybe this is the decade that the 1800's make their comeback. [via]
This is a pretty spot on interpretation by Jimmy Fallon of Neil Young doing The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air theme song. If this was released as audio only people would be convinced it was Neil, good times. I actually wish this was released instead of that last ode to the modern automobile album Mr Young gave us.