Look On The Bright Side of Life.
On yesterday's episode of The Talk, Roseanne Barr confirmed the old rumor that there was, for a time, a picture of George Clooney's dick wearing Groucho Marx glasses on the fridge of the Roseanne set. That photo has long since disappeared, never to resurface.
The way we see it you've got two options, here: You can either spend your night tracking down what imagine is a pretty hilarious pic of the actor's junk, or chalk it up to a loss and go about your day. It's a hard decision, to be sure, though the list of tonight's goings on might help make it a bit easier.
Either way, though, we won't judge. — Cory Graves
Monty Python Live (Mostly) at Alamo Drafthouse
For the first time in a very long time — more than 30 years, give or take — Monty Python's John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin regrouped at London's O2 Arena last year for Lots Of Laughs and a good ol' time with the boys. Now those performances will be screened for the next few days at select theaters around the country. Tickets for Alamo's first showing tonight are already sold out, so you'll probably want to buy tickets to the later showings in advance. — Chase Whale
Dumb and Dumber at Sundown (Free)
See the film that answers the question, “Can you, in fact, triple stamp a double stamp?” on Sundown's rooftop patio — and for free, no less. Touch blue, make it true. — CG
Yes at Verizon Theatre
Tonight the Grammy-winning art/prog band Yes performs its ground-breaking 1971 album, Fragile, and 1972's Close To The Edge in their entirety followed up by an encore of greatest hits. — Chrissi Chetwood
Art With a View: Kurt Griesbach at the Belmont Hotel
As part of the Belmont Hotel's Art With a View series, Kurt Griesbach will display a batch of long exposure photographs of Dallas which he says “captures the urban environment of Dallas in a way that blurs the line between representational and abstract imagery.” Even cooler, then, that this one takes place in a venue with one of the best views of Dallas' skyline in the entire city. — CG
Blackstone Rangers, Chambers at Gas Monkey Bar & Grill (Free)
Did someone say free? Just like every hump day show at Gas Monkey, this local offering featuring Chambers, Blackstone Rangers and The One You Loved will cost you zero dollars to attend. — Ashley Gongora
Parker Millsap at Vagabond (Sold Out)
Regardless of the event's indoor seating being sold out, you should still be able to grab some standing-room-only spots and limited table seating for this one on the venue's large patio. Still, you'll want to get to the Lower Greenville spot early if you want to check out red dirt legend Jimmy LaFave and rising star Parker Millsap this evening. And pray to the Polar Vortex that those patio temps stay oh so moderate. — AG
To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.