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Procrastination Destination: 4, 5, and 6 Year Olds Rock and Adults Suck


While scrolling through Facebook recently, I came across this clip from a British TV show called The Secret Life of 4, 5, and 6 Year Olds. Essentially, the show follows some kids in their preschool. As the kids interact, hidden cameras are catching what they say. Then, a group of developmental psychologists tunes in to the footage, commenting on the significance of the kids’ actions.

Whatever This Is: Episode 2

Dylan Marron ’10 writes in to share the second episode of his independent TV show, Whatever this is. In case you missed the first episode, which can be found here, here’s a brief overview that Dylan gave for a previous Wesleying post:

I was recently cast in an independent television show called Whatever this is. It follows three best friends – Sam (Hunter Canning), Ari (Dylan Marron), and Lisa (Madeline Wise) — who work job-to-job in New York City. Sam and Ari work as production assistants on reality television shows and each episode sees them on the set of a different project. Whatever this is. is from the same people who made The Outs, the 2012 series that was made on a shoestring budget, developed a cult following, and drew fans like John Cameron Mitchell and Alan Cumming (who appeared in The Outs’ Hanukkah Episode).

The second episode is called Whatever this is. • Westchester, produced by Rascal Department, and it can be found on Vimeo.

Lin-Manuel Miranda ’02 TV Show Debuts Tonight

In other news, he never stops killin’ it.

LMM Do no harm

Lin-Manuel Miranda ’02, rapper-slash-playwright-slash-romantic-slash-flash-mob-connoisseur…turned-actor, is debuting tonight in a recurring role on NBC’s Do No Harm, a modern take on Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.  No word yet on whether Wishbone will be making a guest appearance in the show.  The show will air on NBC at 10pm.

Miranda, whose returns to campus have been widely documented, is a guest star on the new NBC show after guest appearances on House and Modern Family.  Miranda has been unusually inactive about his return to television on Twitter, but did drop this tidbit for “Twitterico:”

I can only assume that he’s relying on his faithful following at his alma mater’s blog to promote the event.  Don’t worry, LMM, I got yo back.