SR Geek Picks: Best Fictional Principals, Superhero Art Prints & More

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Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find Pokemon Rusty: a Pokemon documentary; Will Ferrell inspiring the crowd at FanHQ; why you should watch Network before you die; Conan’s Video Game High School cameo; and the 10 greatest fictional school principals. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you could be featured in a future post!

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Triumph Watches The World Cup, Part 3

The Insult Comic Dog travels to Brazil to get to the bottom of World Cup fever.

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Will Ferrell Crashes #FanHQ in Recife

U.S. MNT Secret Weapon Will Ferrell and national hero Teddy Goalsevelt teamed up to inspire the crowd at #FanHQ in Recife.

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Pokemon Rusty: Pokemon Documentary

Rusty finally learns a few things about Pokemon from the greatest professor there is: Television.

I’M MAD AS HELL!!! – What To Watch Before You Die

Today on What to Watch Before You Die, it’s Network a poignant satire, and an incredibly prescient look at the state of TV journalism in America.

The 10 Greatest Fictional School Principals 570x228 SR Geek Picks: Best Fictional Principals, Superhero Art Prints & More

This week marks the premiere of Girls Meets World, the sequel of sorts to beloved TGIF staple Boy Meets World. While most of Boy Meets World‘s original fans won’t translate to the Disney Channel redux — featuring Cory, Topanga, and their tween daughter Riley in the lead role — the mere creation of Girl Meets World has sparked a renewed interest in its predecessor, 14 years after its ending.

At the heart of Boy Meets World was its depiction of school life, full of tough love and humor. Mr. Feeny — Cory’s teacher, the Matthews family’s next-door neighbor, and later the brothers’ principal/college professor — was crucial in this, so much so that the show kept creating roles for him to fill as the cast grew up and transitioned to high school and then college. In honor of Feeny, who does appear in Girl Meets World, we’ve compiled a list of his peers: ten of the greatest fictional principals. Feeny, played by actor William Daniels, sits at the top of the list.

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Freddie Wong & Matt Arnold Shoot Conan’s Video Game High School Cameo

Conan is such a perfectionist, he demands an extra, super-serious take.

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This VIDEO will BLOW YOUR MIND and be the BEST PART OF YOUR DAY!

You won’t believe what happens next!

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How To Make A Hit Pop Song

I Dare You To Watch This Entire Video

Can you make it through the whole thing?

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Mioxy Superhero Prints

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The artist Mioxy has created a series of prints where the paparazzi captures the unseen life of superheroes. Watch our favorite heroes getting drunk, grocery shop, moonlight as graffiti artists, take cheat days, sell their old stuff and get out of rehab. The first 6 prints are now available at www.mioxy.com and come in two different color variations. There’s only 100 of each edition and twenty of them is personally signed by Mioxy.
Mioxy thinks that all art should be in the eye of the beholder and that you have to make up your own damn mind on what it makes you think and feel. We’ve tried getting a quote but the best we got was: “I’m nobody, somebody and anybody.” So there you have it. Maybe Mioxy is an artist you already know of. Maybe not. Only one thing is for sure. Mioxy will never tell.
See the prints and read more over at www.mioxy.com or www.facebook.com/mioxyface
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That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.

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  1. Don’t watch that VIDEO