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Utopia (UK) | Channel 4

Not to be confused with the US reality TV show experiment happening in September, Utopia (UK) is an amazing scripted TV show that is currently airing on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. It's not available in the US right now, but there are plenty of places to find it online. The TV show follows a group of people that discover a manuscript for a graphic novel which leads them to a shadowy future. If you like sci-fi and dramas, you will LOVE this show. Give it a try!

Where can I watch it online?
Channel 4 for UK residents

How many episodes does it take to get hooked? 
One episode should do the trick.

Nathan For You | Comedy Central

I'll admit that when I first saw the previews for this show, I was not impressed and had no plans to actually watch the show. That would've been a real shame since Nathan For You is probably one of the most clever and funny comedies out there right now. It stars an awkward 20-something, Nathan, that just graduated college and goes around helping local businesses with their marketing approaches. He suggests (and surprisingly pulls off) some of the craziest marketing ideas ever.

Where can I watch it online?
Full episodes of Season 2 are available on Comedy Central

How many episodes does it take to get hooked? 
If you don't like the first episode, you probably won't like the rest. But, if you like the first episode, you'll LOVE the rest.

Masters of Sex | Showtime

It seems like there's a new overtly sexual drama popping up every season nowadays. Last season, it was Showtime's Masters of Sex and things are not slowing down for it one bit. The second season just started earlier in July and it took off right where it left off. It's no surprise that the show continues to be a hit, since recent reports have said that Showtime is banking on sex rather than violence for it's future. Judging by the success of this show, that's probably a good bet.

Where can I watch it online?
Showtime or the Showtime Anytime App

How many episodes does it take to get hooked? 
Give it 2 episodes to see if you like it or not. If you still don't like it after getting to know the characters and style, it could just not be your thing.

Suits | USA Network

Suits has been on for awhile, but if you're like me, you never really gave it a try for one reason or another. After doing just that recently, I really encourage you to do the same. It's about a college dropout (with an amazing memory) that somehow gets a job at a fancy law firm in NYC.

Where can I watch it online?
Full episodes of Season 4 (the newest season) are available on usanetwork.com and hulu.com

How many episodes does it take to get hooked? 
This one is tricky. You may have to watch a few episodes to get attached the the characters and the style to really start enjoying it, but you should be pretty intrigued after the first episode.

The Killing | Netflix

The new season doesn't start until August 1st, 2014, but that just makes it a perfect time to binge watch the first three seasons on Netflix. AMC's cult hit has everything a drama lover will want. Action, mystery, drama, character development, and everything in-between. Not sure how such a good show faced cancellation twice in it's short history, but we are sure glad Netflix stepped in to save the last season.

Where can I watch it online?
Full episodes of the 3 seasons are available on Netflix. New episodes start August 1st

How many episodes does it take to get hooked? 
If you don't like the show after the first episode, it may not be for you.


5 TV Shows You Should Be Watching Right Now - July 2014

By Buttermouth → Friday, July 25, 2014
'Mandatory Fun' Album Cover
Weird Al Yankovic's new album 'Mandatory Fun' is currently #1 on the Amazon and iTunes charts. It's no coincidence that he's ruling the charts at the same time his videos are going viral all over the internet.

What's really interesting is that Weird Al has used a few different websites to host his videos. The trouble is that it's hard to find a complete list of all the new videos in a single place. That's where ButterBlog comes in. Below you'll find ALL the videos from Weird Al's new album, 'Mandatory Fun'. As new videos are posted, they will be added below as well.

So without further ado, below are the music videos from Weird Al Yankovic's new song. Get weird!

“Weird Al” Yankovic - Handy (Parody of “Fancy”)

Weird Al proves that he is still handy will all sorts of tools and construction tactics in this music video parody of "Fancy" by Iggy Izalea.

"Weird Al" Yankovic Music Video: FOIL (Parody of "Royals" by Lorde)

A hilarious music video that parodies the song "Royals" by Lorde. In the video, "Weird AL" tries to show all the beneficial (practical and impractical) uses of everyone's favorite foil; Aluminum.

"Weird Al" Yankovic - Word Crimes (Parody of "Blurred Lines")

People with poor English might not get this new track from Weird Al. It's all about words, punctuation, and all sorts of grammar. Particularly, it's about how it's seems to be abused a lot more nowadays. (I hope I didn't make any grammatical errors in this description...)

"Weird Al" Yankovic - Tacky (Parody of "Happy")

The first video that Weird Al released for his new album is sure to delight. It's chalk full of celebrity cameos, funny one liners, and that Weird Al quirkiness we've all been missing for so long.

"Weird Al" Yankovic - Sports Song

The Sports Song isn't exactly a parody of a certain song, but just of college anthems in general. While many people are saying that this isn't the best song on the new album, it sure brings back memories of old Weird Al songs.

"Weird Al" Yankovic - First World Problems

First World Problems is another non parody song by Weird Al. But it's still a lot of fun. He mentions all the first world problems that effect a lot of us. The funniest joke (intentional or not) is that this video takes forever to load and cannot be embeded sometimes. If the video doesn't load above, trying watching it on PopCrush. Gotta love first world problems...

"Weird Al" Yankovic - Lame Claim to Fame

Three days in a row of non-parody songs from Weird Al continues with 'Lame Claim to Fame'. A song about a bunch of things that would be really lame to be famous for. No surprise here, Kim Kardashian is mentioned.

We'll be adding each new video that get's posted. But there's no need to wait to listen to all the songs download the entire album on Amazon today!

Complete List of the New Weird Al Yankovic's Videos from "Mandatory Fun"

By Buttermouth → Thursday, July 17, 2014

So you want to watch the 2014 World Cup online and you don't have cable? We've got you covered.

If you are the United States, the best way to watch all 64 matches of the World Cup is to use WatchESPN.

But chances are (if you are reading this article), you don't have or have access to cable. So this option might not be the best. In that case, there are still a few alternatives to watch the World Cup streaming online.

The next best option is to use Univision's website or mobile apps on iOS and Android. This option is not available in other countries (other than the USA) and is broadcast in Spanish. But should work well for anyone wishing to watching the matches streamed live in the US.

If none of the options above work for you, you'll have to step into the gray area of the internet to satisfy your World Cup streaming needs.


Stream and Watch the World Cup 2014 Online for Free - How to Watch the World Cup Online

By Buttermouth → Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Have you ever used GitHub? If not, it's basically a place where programmers and software developers upload their code to make it easy to share and collaborate. It also lets users see all the changes and updates made to the programs and code.

It makes it a lot easier for developers to see where changes have been made and maybe more importantly WHEN changes have been made.

ForkingRecipes takes the same premise and applies it to food recipes. It's a recipe depository where you can favorite recipes to be made aware of when changes are made to them. If you cook often, you know that recipes can change hundreds of times before it's "perfected". This is why this website could be extremely beneficial for any foodie or a person that likes to cook.

Check it out and update your recipes with ForkingRecipes today!

Keep Track of Recipes and Recipe Changes with ForkingRecipes.com

By Buttermouth → Friday, April 4, 2014

Tired of looking for new bands that suit your musical tastes? Well MusicBox has you covered.

They'll send you new music from independent artists twice a month that are customized to your taste.

Even better, the songs are totally yours to own. You download them and get to keep them!

Their music collection covers a ton of genres (like hip-hop, country, rock 'n roll, blues, jazz, mash-ups, among others) and artists so you should find it pretty easy to find new music you will actually like. Check it out!

Get Music Sent Right To Your Mailbox with MusicBox

By Buttermouth → Thursday, April 3, 2014

A neat new website that allows you to embed photos from a hastag on Twitter. Could be a very effective way to engage your audiences more if you run a website or blog.

You can try it out by visiting the website and inputting a hashtag. You'll see a preview of the current photos attached to that hashtag.

You'll are even given moderation tools to make sure only images appropriate for your audience are shown.

To start using DASHER, you'll have to signup for beta access to actually get the embed code. Luckily it's quite easy to sign up but you'll have to wait until you are approved by the site admins to obtain beta access.

Display Twitter Photos of a Hastag on Your Website with DASHER

By Buttermouth → Wednesday, April 2, 2014