Other Delightful Digital Destinations
The Brunching Shuttlecocks has a variety of fun features, including The Geek Hierarchy, film reviews, Canadian snack food reviews, and the Alanis Morisette Lyric Generator. Good fun for all correct-thinking people.
Late Night with Conan O'Brien is one of maybe six good TV shows on the networks today. Damn the WB for ending Unhappily Ever After.
The Living Playbook is a big friggin' catalog of improv games, which should help you start your own improv group. The UA needs a fifth comedy group, so get crackin' kiddies.
Maakies.com is the cyber-home of genius Tony Millionaire. See the author of Sock Monkey's other works, like Maakies and several short animations that are funnier than we are. Good stuff, cats.
The Neurotic Eclectic has amusing articles from our own Shaun and other former members of the Charles Darwin Experience.
The Onion is the Internet's finest news source, and it's required reading for all attendees of the Mechanically Separated Chicken show.
Pokey the Penguin is a digital comic from either a total dada-esque genius or a six year old who doesn't know what he's doing. Either way, it's genius. Be sure to read "Pokey at the Jewelry Store" in the archives.
The Wildcat is the University of Arizona's very own newspaper, and they wrote about us so they get a link.
16bit.com is webmaster Adam's page so it gets mention. Adam also writes a column at Galactic Hunter in addition to running it.
Other U of A Comedy Groups
The Charles Darwin Experience performs Improv every Tuesday around 10:00 PM in Modern Languages 350. We stole Timmy & Shaun from 'em, but that won't take away from the improv-tastic time you're sure to have!
Comedy Corner currently doesn't have a page to our knowledge, but you can see them every Wednesday at 10:15 PM in Modern Languages 350.