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In the inaugural New York Times Mens Style section, Nick Bilton addresses an issue I have suspected for a long time.

In the inaugural New York Times Mens Style section, Nick Bilton addresses an issue I have suspected for a long time: None of those thousands of YouTube videos explaining how to tie a bow tie actually explain the proper way to tie a bow tie.  I knew how to do it, looked it up on YouTube, watched about ten of them, kept thinking "No, that's not right" and finally gave up and remembered while tying my shoes. (Hint: It's like tying your shoelaces, except around your neck.)

I Figured Out How to Tie a Bow Tie, No Thanks to YouTube

It's back. 12 hours hosted by Joel Hodgson.

It's back. It's on the internet, which is where Science 3000 always meant the Mystery Science Theater to be. (And has been for years, thanks to fans, so nice to see Shout Factory admitting it.)

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Tom "Turkey" Servo

Catch it here or even here
on Thanksgiving.

You're on your own figuring out how to watch while your parents are glaring at you across the dinner table when your behavior prompts grandmom to tell stories of the olden days when tv was watched on tv. Thanks a lot.

Six movies, 12 hours hosted by Joel Hodgson, with new introductions by Mr. Hodgson.