That Adweek interview with them on the swings got me thinking…sometimes I love the way Rhett takes it upon himself to explain Link’s quirks to other people. He’s all like, “He does this all the time! CAN YOU BELIEVE I’ve put up with this my whole life because we’ve basically been best friends that whole time that’s right I’M BEST FRIENDS WITH LINK and I must prove it to you by explaining something about him that I understand but you don’t.”

The 10 Best TV Shows of 2017 by Jason Lynch (AdWeek)

5. Better Call Saul (AMC)
This shouldn’t be possible, but Breaking Bad producers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have created a prequel to one of TV’s all-time best shows that, if this impressive trend of season-to-season creative leaps continues, will ultimately end up close in stature to the show that inspired it. Bob Odenkirk continued to be a revelation in Season 3 as he accelerated the moral slide that will transform him from Saul’s Jimmy McGill to Breaking Bad’s Saul Goodman. Adding Giancarlo Esposito’s Gus Fring (Breaking Bad’s most memorable baddie) to the mix this season made things even more riveting, and I still don’t understand how Michael McKean’s devastating turn as Odenkirk’s brother Chuck didn’t get an Emmy nomination.


You’ve got to watch this bad ass musical trailer for the paralympics showing the true meaning of “differently abled”

“This campaign is the most important we have ever undertaken, and isn’t just about Rio,” Channel 4 CMO Dan Brooke told Adweek. “It’s about revolutionizing public attitudes to disability forever." 

Gifs: Channel 4 (UK Paralympic Broadcaster)