Bring Seth Rogen and Craig Robinson to Brown!

Like Superbad? The Office? Pineapple Express? Comedy? Happiness?!

Let’s team together to bring Seth Rogen (this guy) and Craig Robinson (this guy) to campus! One lucky school will have the chance to bring to campus an early screening of “This Is the End,” presented by none other than Rogen and Robinson. The movie tells a hilarious tale of the apocalypse featuring many comedic Gods and Goddesses: James Franco, Paul Rudd, Mindy Kaling, Jonah Hill, Jason Segal, and Emma Watson.

How do we make this dream a reality? Visit Eventful’s competition page here, click “Find Your College,” vote, and share the link with all of your friends (virtual friends and some pets count)! We are currently in 30th place. C’mon Brown! We can do so much better than that! Seriously though, let’s make this happen … please.

The Netflix Files: Undeclared

seth rogen's looked the same for 12 years

Sometime between the lauded-but-unwatched one season of Freaks and Geeks and the breakout success of The 40 Year-Old Virgin, Judd Apatow went to college. The school, University of Northeastern California, embodied neither the raunchfest that was Faber College nor the watered-down, contrived fluff of Pennbrook University. Rather, UNEC was a place where the often banal realities of higher education got the Apatow treatment. That is, it was a particularly humorous sketch of collegiate life that embraced, rather than sidestepped, the bursts of sentimentality and awkwardness that arise from an honest depiction of freshman year. Like Freaks, Undeclared survived only one season on FOX and, just like Freaks, that one season is available for your thorough enjoyment on the ‘flix. Continue Reading