Category Archives: VIDEOS

Chron-illogical Disorder has moved!

If you are accessing this site (which if you’re reading this…you are accessing this site…and I thank you), CHRON-ILLOGICAL DISORDER has MOVED!!!

You can now go to for all of your snarky entertainment news.

Thank you!



Video Pick: “Saved By The Belding”

To view this post…visit the new page The post features one of the best videos I’ve seen in a while. It’s a must-watch for any fan of “Saved By The Bell”.

Greg Giraldo: 1965-2010

I am an avid fan of stand-up comedy and have been for the past ten years. I don’t know what draws me into it, but I admire anyone who can get up on stage, grab a mic, and attempt to make people laugh. Many people try, most of them fail. However, a few go on to be great.

One of my favorite comics, Greg Giraldo, passed away yesterday from an overdose. The news surprised me, however the cause behind it did not. Edgy, hostile and witty, he was one of the few comics that possessed the ability to take a room full of strangers, brutally offend them, and still have them laughing hysterically by the end of his set. Some of his credits include numerous appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman, Last Call with Carson Daly, Last Comic Standing, and of course the Comedy Central Roasts. I’m not going to do a full bio on the guy because if you care enough you can Google him and read up for yourself.

On my list of comics that I’ve wanted to see perform the most, Greg Giraldo was at the top. I remember he came to Atlanta not long ago and I was unable to go to the show. It didn’t bother me too much because I had the “I’ll catch him next time” mentality. The same thing happened with Mitch Hedberg before he died. This is why you don’t procrastinate.

To me, the coolest thing about him was that he was a lawyer before quitting to become a stand-up comic. I’m not sure of the accuracy of this tid bit, but Wikipedia has him only being an active comic since 1999, which by industry standards is impressive that he achieved so much in so little time.

In summary, if you respect and appreciate something/someone…do yourself a favor and go see it in person. You’ll regret it if you don’t. Just a suggestion, but a fitting tribute to Greg Giraldo would be a Comedy Central roast in his honor…just saying.

You can check out some of his work by clicking the link below:
Greg Giraldo’s Videos on

Here are a couple worthwhile videos from YouTube:
Just For Laughs

Jimmy Kimmel Live

If you have anything to add, or any corrections…leave a comment. Thank ya.

Antoine Dodson’s Rise To Fame

As a follow-up to my last post regarding the enthralling evening news interview that skyrocked Antoine Dodson into fame, I’ve decided to share this gem of a clip.  Katie Couric decided to check in with Antoine to see what had changed since achieving viral success via YouTube & The Gregory Brothers.   Give it a watch…and I must say, it couldn’t have happened to a nicer woman.  Enjoy your 15 minutes Antoine…you go girl.

I intend to do my own follow up to see if his/her music career and hair salon become a success.   Meanwhile I’m going to go back to my apartment and collective 5,600 YouTube hits, and dream about the better days ahead.  I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and doggone it…people like me.

Double Fortune Cookie

I had Chinese for lunch today.  Nothing exciting.  However, when it became fortune cookie time…I got a little surprise.  DOUBLE FORTUNE COOKIE!!!!  Yeah that’s right…two cookies in the same wrapper.  Like some siamese twin cookie.  One was all retarded and deformed, and the other was in perfect shape.  Double fortune cookie nonetheless.

Naturally, I made a video.  Whether or not it is any good is up to you.  I’m not saying it is or it isn’t.  Just displaying my findings.

So, here’s the Double Fortune Cookie video as a parody to the infamous Double Rainbow video.

Jimmy Kimmel…The Show Must Go On!

This is pretty cool. I’m not sure what most Live TV shows would do in this situation, but my best guess is that they would just scrap the whole thing and start fresh the next day. Last night, Jimmy Kimmel was dealing with power outage issues that kept them from being able to broadcast the show as they normally do. Not to be defeated, Kimmel decided he would broadcast the show from his laptop. I’ve read a few articles today saying that this will start a new trend and a few “copycats”…I say, not so much. It worked well for him last night, but I don’t see this as becoming a regular thing.

A few weeks ago, Jimmy Fallon did a thing where you could “Watch Jimmy With Jimmy.” Basically what he did was devise a way for fans to go online and watch Jimmy watch his own show. His show is not taped live, so he has the power to do this. Kind of similar to the Kimmel situation…but mostly not.

The biggest surprise to me is how well his audience and guests reacted to the unorthodox taping. I work with a lot of musicians and I don’t know many that would have agreed to do what his musical guest, Dierks Bentley, did last night. Instead of taking the “diva” route, they stripped the whole thing down and did an acoustic performance in front of the laptop camera.

In all…thumbs up to Kimmel for not letting his fans down. I’m not a regular watcher of the show, but I just might have to become one. I’m loyal to shows that treat their fans well, and he seems to do a great job of that.

Jimmy Kimmel Power Outage