Where were you people on last week’s Cinéma Vánité, which came to us compliments of Fast Girl?! If you’ve not yet seen this tour de force, you’re truly missing out. (Okay, it’s a total piece of shit. That plate, however, is fucking dynamite!)
This week’s plate isn’t so much a mystery as it is a tribute to television. Late night television, actually. This plate belongs to a modern day late-night hero in honor of his late-night hero. With that, it shouldn’t be too tough to solve, particularly because you can rule out Arsenio immediately. What do you think, Hollywood?

Where were you people on last week’s Cinéma Vánité, which came to us compliments of Fast Girl?! If you’ve not yet seen this tour de force, you’re truly missing out. (Okay, it’s a total piece of shit. That plate, however, is fucking dynamite!)

This week’s plate isn’t so much a mystery as it is a tribute to television. Late night television, actually. This plate belongs to a modern day late-night hero in honor of his late-night hero. With that, it shouldn’t be too tough to solve, particularly because you can rule out Arsenio immediately. What do you think, Hollywood?

Sadly, we still don’t have a clue as to where last week’s Cinéma Vánité came from, as all of those Disney movies start to blend together after a while. Just know that there were some highly annoying tweens and teens in that piece of crap.
This week’s plate is an absolute gem. Not only is it a return to the big screen, but it’s actually from yet another Disney-esque teen romp. Put your pedal to the medal on this one, people, as it’s a humdinger of a plate. We’re thinking folks like Keanu and Tracy Chapman would be big fans of this nonsense. Have you taken it out for a spin?

Sadly, we still don’t have a clue as to where last week’s Cinéma Vánité came from, as all of those Disney movies start to blend together after a while. Just know that there were some highly annoying tweens and teens in that piece of crap.

This week’s plate is an absolute gem. Not only is it a return to the big screen, but it’s actually from yet another Disney-esque teen romp. Put your pedal to the medal on this one, people, as it’s a humdinger of a plate. We’re thinking folks like Keanu and Tracy Chapman would be big fans of this nonsense. Have you taken it out for a spin?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité was nabbed from one of our personal favorites, 30 Rock. Alec Baldwin and his massive, handsome head emerged from the NBC limo at the episode’s start.
This week’s entry comes from — well, we’re not sure, exactly. All we can remember is that we were watching some sort of Disney movie with the little girl when this appeared on the screen. With that, we’re going to need your help in identifying the film. We’re sure it’s something awful, if that’s any help at all. So, put on your Mickey ears and be part of our small, small world, won’t you?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité was nabbed from one of our personal favorites, 30 Rock. Alec Baldwin and his massive, handsome head emerged from the NBC limo at the episode’s start.

This week’s entry comes from — well, we’re not sure, exactly. All we can remember is that we were watching some sort of Disney movie with the little girl when this appeared on the screen. With that, we’re going to need your help in identifying the film. We’re sure it’s something awful, if that’s any help at all. So, put on your Mickey ears and be part of our small, small world, won’t you?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came compliments of Titus Andronicus and their awesome Tom Scharpling-directed video for “No Future Part Three: Escape From No Future.” (Incidentally, as much as we like Titus Andronicus, their new record, Local Business, is, well, not good.)
This week’s entry returns to the small screen. New York City, to be exact, where power suits, fruit, and exposed bellies rule the roost. So, what are you doing Thursday night?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came compliments of Titus Andronicus and their awesome Tom Scharpling-directed video for “No Future Part Three: Escape From No Future.” (Incidentally, as much as we like Titus Andronicus, their new record, Local Business, is, well, not good.)

This week’s entry returns to the small screen. New York City, to be exact, where power suits, fruit, and exposed bellies rule the roost. So, what are you doing Thursday night?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came compliments of The Regular Show. If you’ve not yet checked it out, we highly recommend it. Fun for both kids and adults, like Silly Putty or the Presidential debates.
This week’s entry explores new territory altogether. That is, it comes from the small screen, but it’s not from a television show, nor is it from a commercial. Rather, this week’s plate comes from a music video. What’s more, it should be pretty damn easy to figure out with that kind of information, so don’t blow this one, Shakespeare! Got it already?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came compliments of The Regular Show. If you’ve not yet checked it out, we highly recommend it. Fun for both kids and adults, like Silly Putty or the Presidential debates.

This week’s entry explores new territory altogether. That is, it comes from the small screen, but it’s not from a television show, nor is it from a commercial. Rather, this week’s plate comes from a music video. What’s more, it should be pretty damn easy to figure out with that kind of information, so don’t blow this one, Shakespeare! Got it already?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came compliments of Looney Tunes. It may, in fact, have been a Bugs Bunny cartoon, if memory serves (which it rarely does). Interestingly, it was a “new” Looney Tunes cartoon, and the variance in these newly produced cartoons as opposed to the classic version is outrageous. There’s something about that old, grainy version that somehow easily trumps these newly-produced, clean cartoons.
This week we’re sticking with both the small screen and animation. And, once again, this is one of the little girl’s favorite shows, which is awesome, really, because we love it, too. The name of the show? That’s on you. The only hint we’ll give you is that it’s generic (in name only). So?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came compliments of Looney Tunes. It may, in fact, have been a Bugs Bunny cartoon, if memory serves (which it rarely does). Interestingly, it was a “new” Looney Tunes cartoon, and the variance in these newly produced cartoons as opposed to the classic version is outrageous. There’s something about that old, grainy version that somehow easily trumps these newly-produced, clean cartoons.

This week we’re sticking with both the small screen and animation. And, once again, this is one of the little girl’s favorite shows, which is awesome, really, because we love it, too. The name of the show? That’s on you. The only hint we’ll give you is that it’s generic (in name only). So?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came compliments of one Nicolas Cage and his typical bullshit (in this case, Drive Angry). If you’ve not seen it, by all means run, don’t walk, away from it.
This week we return to the world of television. And cartoons. We actually caught this plate while watching a show with the little girl. At this point, she spots vanity plates faster than we do, so, yeah, we’re pretty proud. So, what’s up, Doc?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came compliments of one Nicolas Cage and his typical bullshit (in this case, Drive Angry). If you’ve not seen it, by all means run, don’t walk, away from it.

This week we return to the world of television. And cartoons. We actually caught this plate while watching a show with the little girl. At this point, she spots vanity plates faster than we do, so, yeah, we’re pretty proud. So, what’s up, Doc?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came compliments of arguably the best show currently on television, Breaking Bad. (I contend the best show is Mad Men, by the way. The lady? She votes for Game of Thrones.)

This week we’re back to the big screen with this duo of amazing plates, as brought to you by the king of temper tantrums. We ask you not to drive away mad; rather, just drive away. Does this plate blow up into funny shapes? No, not unless round is funny. (And, no, it’s not from that movie.) Got it?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came from our guilty pleasure, Storage Wars. And while we love the show, we hate that jerk-off Dave who’s driving the Yuuupmobile.
This week we’re staying in TV-land to bring you a somewhat obvious plate, assuming you have any sort of grip on pop culture. And even if you don’t know the plate, the state from which it’s from is a dead giveaway. Now, then, who wants to get high?

Last week’s Cinéma Vánité came from our guilty pleasure, Storage Wars. And while we love the show, we hate that jerk-off Dave who’s driving the Yuuupmobile.

This week we’re staying in TV-land to bring you a somewhat obvious plate, assuming you have any sort of grip on pop culture. And even if you don’t know the plate, the state from which it’s from is a dead giveaway. Now, then, who wants to get high?

Our last Cinéma Vánité came from the Cheech & Chong classic, Up In Smoke, which we highly recommend you check out if you haven’t already done so. (“Highly” recommend. Get it? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.)
This week we’ve returned to the small screen to pimp out what’s become one of our favorite shows, despite it being formulaic and staged. See that treasure above? It could be yours if you’ve got the cash. Did you forget to pay the lady?

Our last Cinéma Vánité came from the Cheech & Chong classic, Up In Smoke, which we highly recommend you check out if you haven’t already done so. (“Highly” recommend. Get it? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.)

This week we’ve returned to the small screen to pimp out what’s become one of our favorite shows, despite it being formulaic and staged. See that treasure above? It could be yours if you’ve got the cash. Did you forget to pay the lady?