Because the days are long and, really, this week already feels shot, why not spend 44—that’s forty-four—minutes watching a supercut of every stammer Woody Allen has ever made in all of his movies? It’s strangely hypnotic, and it eventually turns into a sort of anxious white noise you can leave on in the background while you concentrate on other matters. Maybe rip the audio and use it to help you or your baby fall asleep?

It also serves as a fairly accurate primer on Woody Allen and his films. If only this had been around in 2008, Nathan Rabin could’ve saved a lot of time. [Huffington Post]