And the world rejoices!
Even when Mr. T is screaming in your face or smashing stuff, he's really just a big ol' softy. In an unexpected return to television, Mr. T will be hosting a new show on DIY Network called I Pity the Tool, where he will be going back to his hometown of Chicago to help families there rebuild their homes.
Writing fan fiction used to be completely pointless, but Amazon wants to help you cash in with their new Kindle Worlds service.
Fan fiction is something that I never understood. Why put all the effort into writing something that you can never have published because you don't own the rights? That's not a problem anymore. Amazon just announced Kindle Worlds -- a publishing platform that lets anyone publish content set in licensed worlds. I'm going to write so much Pretty Little Liars fan fiction.
Found Footage Festival has a lovely clip of one of the modern world's great philosophers, Mr. T, waxing eloquent about not just his mother, but every mother, everywhere.
Happy Mother's Day!
Video after the jump.
For the uninitiated, Blizzard
has a rather compelling ad campaign where they get celebrities in white rooms to tout the benefits of playing their favorite World of Warcraft
class. Well, except for Mr. T
, who, in the -- uh, canon? -- of the advertisements has hacked the game to include his own class, the Night Elf Mohawk
. Blizzard even extended the idea to an in-game item, the Mohawk Grenade
, available from Night Elf Mohawk NPCs in low level areas during WoW's five year anniversary celebrations.
Slinging a grenade at another player would outfit them with an overlarge be-mohawked Night Elf head. The items are no longer available in-game, but Blizzard's newest TV spot indicates that players may see a comeback.