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Secretary of Housing and Urban DevelopmentOur Nominee: Phil Dunphy (Modern Family)Qualifications: He knows a thing or two about selling real estate, even in this tough market, and knows all of the in-the-box tactics needed to close a deal. Put him in charge of getting new housing built for families of all incomes, and we guarantee he’ll have fun ways to welcome people to their homes with parties and holiday flair.
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Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Our Nominee: Phil Dunphy (Modern Family)
Qualifications: He knows a thing or two about selling real estate, even in this tough market, and knows all of the in-the-box tactics needed to close a deal. Put him in charge of getting new housing built for families of all incomes, and we guarantee he’ll have fun ways to welcome people to their homes with parties and holiday flair.

Read more: Obama’s Cabinet 2013: TV Characters He Should Appoint

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3. Add Secret Bonuses and Punishments People love Survivor's Immunity Idols, The Amazing Race's Roadblocks and Big Brother's Pandora's Box, so why don't the debate organizers throw in some fun twists during the two-hour installments? Every time a candidate stutters for more than a few seconds or utters a secret word, there could be hidden rewards and/or penalties — think something along the lines of getting bonus minutes to talk or being forced to wear a rainbow afro wig for the rest of the evening.
Read more: TWoP 10: Lessons That Reality TV Can Teach Political Debates

3. Add Secret Bonuses and Punishments
People love Survivor's Immunity Idols, The Amazing Race's Roadblocks and Big Brother's Pandora's Box, so why don't the debate organizers throw in some fun twists during the two-hour installments? Every time a candidate stutters for more than a few seconds or utters a secret word, there could be hidden rewards and/or penalties — think something along the lines of getting bonus minutes to talk or being forced to wear a rainbow afro wig for the rest of the evening.

Read more: TWoP 10: Lessons That Reality TV Can Teach Political Debates

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Obama of Winterfell.

Obama of Winterfell.

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1. The Obama Show
So that’s how you make Fred Armisen’s previously listless Obama impression funny! Have him play President Obama-as-Bill Cosby. From the note-perfect recreation of The Cosby Show's opening credits sequence (we particularly loved Joe Jamal-Biden's killer dance moves) to Obama/Cosby's love of hoagies to the performance of Ray Charles's “Night & Day” with Hilary Clinton standing in for Rudy Huxtable on the “Baby!” refrain, we dug every minute of The Obama Show and can’t wait for the next episode.

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