Tuesday, January 19, 2010

There is a new blog logo. Discuss.

Press tour has ended, and I'm winging my way back to beautiful, hopefully not-too-chilly New Jersey. Before I go, it's time to switch out last week's "Chuck" logo (which was pretty self-explanatory, and therefore not worthy of a separate blog post) and plug in a new one. Have at it. Don't expect to hear much from me for a bit.

As a reminder, this post has explanations for, and links to, all the old logos.

34 comments:

tatertot said...

Mullets of the 80's?

Joyeful said...

MULLETS!!

MacGuffin said...

Not only mullets of the 80's, but BAD tv mullets of the 80's.

Ben said...

Mullet Fever!

LDP said...

Not only mullets of the 80's, but BAD tv mullets of the 80's.

I challenge you to find a photo of a good mullet.

Josh M. said...

The lack of Stamos makes me cry.

Christian said...

George Clooney with a Mullet? Where from is that?

Eric said...

I'm pretty sure that's from "The Facts of Life."

Jim said...

I think at one point, the entire cast of FOL had mullets. Even Charlotte Rae.

Phil said...

Business in the Front; Party in the Back.

bettyd said...

I need Garth from SNL, or Billy Ray Cyrus, but I guess he was not TV person yet.

I agree - was there ever a good mullet?

Christian said...

I most like the german word for mullet btw - "Vokuhila" (Abbreviation of "Vorne kurz - Hinten lang - Front short, back long).

Devin McCullen said...

Who's the guy in picture #2? Some wrestler?

Jeff Kelly said...

A mullet combined with a 'stache was the staple of german soccer players until late into the 90's

dez said...

Isn't that second guy from some TV show called "The Mullets"?

MacGuffin said...

Impossible to find one, LPD, you got me there :)

Jerusha said...

Only Clooney could pull of a mullet.

Andrew said...

Not even Clooney can pull off a mullet.

Who rocks the unholy combination of mullet and mustache?

Agnes B said...

See I'm pretty sure that mullet is from the Golden Girls ep where the cops need the girls' house to stake out their suspected jewel thief neighbors. The wallpaper was just too familiar.

Hatfield said...

Wow, Cindy Pickett, looking...scary.

Andrew said...

It is not Mullets of the 80s, since the second guy is from the mercifully short-lived series "The Mullets" from about 5 years ago. Don't you love it when TV execs take a buzzword and try to base a series off of it? Amazing how rarely that works....

Josh M. said...
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Josh M. said...

"Wow, Cindy Pickett, looking...scary."

Ahem. Markie Post. (Mis-typed the first time).

CrazyCris said...

The only one of those who doesn't look scary in a mullet is MacGyver! :o)

Jeff said...

Mullets?

Richard Dean Anderson as MacGuyver, the guy who wasn't "The Hutch" on The Mullets, George Clooney from Facts of Life, and the spunky Markie Post from The Fall Guy era (not Night Court era)?

Captcha: DETSTIN. George McFly's second choice "You are my detstin-y."

Jordan said...

NJ's not bad weather wise at the moment. Here in Camden it's 51 degrees. Granted, I wish it was warmer, but that is still better then how it's been for the last month.

-JFJ

SpinQueen said...

Nothing like a good mullet!

Anonymous said...

I'm a brand-new Chuck fan. Yes, Alan told me to watch it--but I wasn't sucked in until the Marathon before the season began. So I've been searching the 'net for older episides, as well as following Season 3 with great pleasure.

Let me put this delicately--occasionally, Chuck's hair style has certain mulletlike characteristics. That is, most of the hair is one length. But it "fans out" in the back.

It looks good on Zach Levi. But I hope the style doesn't catch on again...

--not Bridget, where I've bothered to create an identity.

Jose C said...

Serious mulletage

me&mom said...

I was wondering if the mullet was making a comeback when I saw Stana Katic sporting one on Castle: http://tinyurl.com/yddhj2t

Anonymous said...

Where's Vinny Terranova?

ucandoodle2 said...

I like the Chuck logo better!

Tom said...

How I Met Your Mullet

Tracey said...

@Tom: ow ow ow ...

Alan: I'm impressed that you were able to narrow your mullet logo to only 4, because people forget (mercifully) how very common that style was at one time.