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This Guy Photoshops Disney Characters Into His Photos (51 Pics) Interview With Artist

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Disney has been a big part of many people’s lives. Children and adults enjoy their cartoons, movies, and series. They managed to create a magical world where almost everyone can find someone to relate to, a place they love, or a story that captures their hearts.

Samuel MB, artist, actor, and primary school teacher, mixes fantasy and reality by placing popular Disney characters in his photos. In the pictures, he hangs out with his favorite characters like Simba, Ariel, Hercules, and many more. He uses Photoshop to create these images and they can be pretty funny.

“When I was a kid, I was a fan of the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit? I liked the combination of animation and live-action. Years later, I learned to use Photoshop, and now I like to create photos by combining cartoons with real life,” the artist told Bored Panda.

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How American Pickers’ Danielle Colby’s life was changed by a lamp

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Long before American Pickers was a hit show, both Wolfe and Colby already had a love for antiques, and a chance encounter at a yard sale led to a beautiful friendship. “I first met Mike at a yard sale,” Colby revealed to Freshly Inked. “It was in Le Claire, Iowa, across the street from my Mother’s house. I was looking at a lamp, he bought the lamp, I got mad at him, he looked at me and said, ‘Sorry girl, the time to buy it is when you see it.'”

His advice could have put Colby off — after all, no one likes being scooped on a deal. Fortunately, the future American Pickers star was impressed by Wolfe’s boldness. “I liked his sass… we were pretty much inseparable after that,” she continued. “Also, side note, I lost my wallet that day with all my rent money in it. I was mortified! But look how much I found in friendship that day, and I wasn’t even looking for it.”

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TV Ratings: Sunday Night Football Steady, Simpsons Dominates the Rest

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In the latest TV ratings, NBC Sunday Night Football‘s Packers/Saints match-up averaged 14.9 million total viewers (up 5 percent from last week’s fast nationals) along with a 4.4 demo rating.

Among Sunday’s non-sports fare, Fox’s The Simpsons led the pack with 5.5 million total viewers and a 2.0 demo rating, which is on par with last year’s first episode buoyed by an NFL lead-in.  Bless the Harts returned to 2.2 mil/0.8, followed by Bob’s Burgers‘ 1.8 mil/0.7 and Family Guy‘s 1.7 mil/0.7.

Elsewhere….

CBS | Pending adjustment due to NFL overrun, Monday-bound Big Brother (4.1 mil/0.9) and Love Island (1.8 mil/0.4) each dipped week-to-week.

ABC | That $ellebrity thing did 1.9 mil and a 0.3.

THE CW | Night 1 of the iHeartRadio Music Festival drew 475,000 total viewers and a 0.05 demo rating.

The Live+Same Day numbers reported in our ratings column do not reflect a show’s overall performance, given the increased use of delayed playback via DVR and streaming platforms, plus out-of-home viewing. These numbers (Nielsen fast nationals, unless denoted as finals) instead aim to simply illustrate trends or superlatives. Warning: Contents may be hot!

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When Do New Episodes of ‘Great British Baking Show’ Air on Netflix?

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One episode in and The Great British Baking Show is already stirring the pot. The Channel 4 baking competition series made its Season 8 premiere on Netflix last week — and the contestants have already botched cakes of Freddie Mercury, Lupita Nyong’o, and David Bowie. With still nine episodes left to debut, this season has a whole lot left in store. Grab a cup of tea and brace yourself for this baking bonanza.

Noel Fielding has returned to host The Great British Baking Show, with judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood. On top of that, there’s a new baking aficionado in town — Matt Lucas has replaced Sandy Toksvig as a host, and he’s already a hit. The series found a way to shoot amidst the pandemic, too: instead of taking 12 weeks to film, they only filmed for six weeks in a self-contained biosphere. Don’t worry, though; there are still the usual 10 weeks worth of episodes slated to premiere over the next few months.

Here’s everything you need to know about The Great British Baking Show’s Netflix release schedule:

When will the next episode of The Great British Baking Show premiere on Netflix?

The next episode of The Great British Baking Show Season 8 will premiere this Friday, Oct. 2.

What is The Great British Baking Show release schedule? When do new episodes of The Great British Baking Show premiere on Netflix?

New episodes of The Great British Baking Show Season 8 will premiere every Friday on Netflix, after they’ve premiered on Channel 4 in the UK. There are 10 episodes in total this season. Clear those Friday plans!

What time do The Great British Baking Show episodes air on Netflix?

Each new episode of The Great British Baking Show will be available to stream on Netflix at 12 a.m. PT, or 3 a.m. ET on Friday mornings. If it’s time for the premiere and you don’t see a new episode appear on Netflix, refresh your Netflix page.

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