Friday, June 21, 2013

John Hodgman Has a Show You Can Watch on Netflix

Posted By on Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 11:30 AM

You might be exhausted and tired of seeing the bright red Netflix logo on your screen of choice after feasting on Arrested Development episodes this month, but there are still other non-Bluth reasons to fire up the streaming service (other than what I usually use Netflix for, which is a very cheap babysitter).

Tucson's favorite deranged millionaire, John Hodgman has a new comedy special, RAGNAROK, which debuted on Netflix recently, which covers many of the topics you've come to count on him for his expertise:

John Hodgman, and his infamous moustache dispense their survival guide to the Mayan apocalypse or as he's deemed it "RAGNAROK". With his eccentric list of post-apocalyptic necessities, beef jerky dollars, sperm whales and mayonnaise, John Hodgman entertains the audience in the face of impending doom.

While I have not yet had the opportunity to watch this program (for some reason, streaming 67 minutes of video is not exactly how they'd like me to spend my time here), apparently there's a Watership Down reference, so I'm in.

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