🔗 Batman and Superman and Simon and Garfunkel | Pigeons & Planes

This meme is the best thing to come out of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The movie wasn't very good, and its misunderstanding of Superman and Batman is abysmal, but at least this meme inspired by the movie has launched The Sound of Silence to #6 on the Billboard chart. 

Simon & Garfunkel’s classic 1966 song “The Sound of Silence” has jumped up into the Billboard Rock Top 10 chart because of a meme. And a beautiful meme at that.

“Sad Affleck” has taken the internet by storm and racked up nearly 22 million views on YouTube in just two weeks. The video shows a dejected Ben Affleck learning about the horrible reviews Batman V Superman is receiving. “The Sound of Silence” comes in while Affleck stares at the ground, reflecting on every decision he’s ever made in his life.

Meme Has Launched A Song From 1966 Into The Billboard Top 10 | Pigeons & Planes

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DiggNation and Felicia Day on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"

So by now, you probably know that this March, Jay Leno will move to primetime, Conan O'Brien will take over The Tonight Show, and Jimmy Fallon will take over Late Night. But what you may not know is that in preparation for his return to TV, Jimmy Fallon has been keeping a video blog with 5 minute entries posted nightly at 12:35 AM ET, the time at which Late Night airs. The best way to follow the show is to subscribe via Hulu and have it added to your queue. I usually let each week's episodes pile up and then watch them all over the weekend.

This week began with a bang as Jimmy practiced his interviewing skills on celebrity guests. Monday night, he welcomed Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht of the popular web show DiggNation to Late Night for a great chat about new technology and communications. Tuesday night, Jimmy hung out with the lovely Felicia Day of Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog and The Guild for a hilarious little chat about World of Warcraft and online gaming. Watch the clips below!


Alex & Kevin from DiggNation:



Felicia Day:


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