How A Bad Experiment And Dead Horses Led To Your Morning Shower

The 16th through 18th centuries, in addition to their regrettable stances on witch burning and geocentrism, were a stinky time to be alive. People did not bathe due to a popular misconception. What turned it around? Another popular misconception, a poorly-thought-out experiment, and dead horses. » 5/19/14 9:40am 5/19/14 9:40am

In the 1970s, Morgan Freeman was the (hygienic) Lord of the Vampires

Today, the folks at Topless Robot count down 11 bad Draculas. There's one inclusion I take umbrage with: Morgan Freeman's depiction of Vlad on The Electric Company in the Seventies. C'mon! He took baths in his coffin!


You think True Blood is racy? On The Electric Company (Sesame Street's sister show), Freeman would… » 7/28/10 6:30am 7/28/10 6:30am