Things We Saw Today: “Scooby Snack” Added to Oxford English Dictionary
Jun 30th, 2016, 5:55 pm
Over Twitter earlier today, the Oxford English Dictionary announced that Scooby Snacks are finally where they belong: in the dictionary. The definition shows that the OED recognizes Scooby Snack as both the actual dog treats enjoyed by Scooby, and the large, multi-tiered sandwiches devoured by Scooby, Shaggy, and others under the influence of “drinking, smoking, or drug use.” (via io9)
- Apollo and Midnighter are getting a joint series this fall. The first issue will arrive October 1st. (via The Daily Dot)
- The application requirements for an opening on the Late Show writers staff have come under fire from some for being potentially too extensive and time-consuming. One writer told Deadline, “I’m estimating that it would amount to a 30-plus-page submission packet. Do the Colbert producers feel that this is reasonable? It isn’t. They are preying on the desperation of TV writers looking for work, and asking way too much.” (via Deadline)
- Wreck-It Ralph 2 is a go! (via Polygon)
- Speaking of sequels, Pacific Rim 2: John Boyega This Time now has a release date of February 23rd, 2018. Too far away, IMHO! (via Deadline)
What did you see on the series of tubes today?
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