Free to Be…You and Me was an album-turned-TV show by Marlo Thomas (That Girl) from the 1970s that aimed to teach kids that no matter your gender, you could do whatever you want. Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Michael Jackson, Alan Alda, and Kris Kristofferson were all involved, and 40 years later, Daily Show writer Rob Kutner has turned Thomas’s work into an adoring tribute album, It’s OK…to Do Stuff, including such “didn’t make it into the original” sketches as “Boy Meets Girl,” starring Lizzy Caplan and Fred Willard. It’s about dicks and stuff.
Hear it below, and to find out more about the project, click here.
UPROXX 20: Anthony Bourdain Loves Archer And @DadBoner — (Uproxx)
VIDEO: The League’s Katie Aselton Was Miss Teen Maine In 1995 — (WG)
Patton Oswalt discusses his shirtless table read with Matthew McConaughey — (Film Drunk)
Good Job, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, Guys Whacking It To Porn Like You The Most — (With Leather)
Contribute To Restore The Enterprise D’s Bridge, Get Star Trek Collectibles — (Gamma Squad)
10 Diddy Songs That Don’t Suck — (Smoking Section)
The Best Moments From Week 11 Sunday — (KSK)
The Hilarious Jeremy Renner Shirtless Sketch That Didn’t Make the SNL Cut — (Pajiba)
25 Years Of Cellphones In A Single Image — (BuzzFeed)
19 Sports Injuries Weirder Than Hurting Your Knee While Bowling — (Mental Floss)
Hardly Working: Yoga Teachers — (College Humor)
11 reasons why George Takei is just the best damned person on the planet. Oh my. — (Fark)
When Marvel Girls Become Bond Girls — (Unreality Mag)
Gotham High — (The High Definite)
‘Key & Peele’ Takes on the Racism of the Power Rangers — (Bro Bible)
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