The A.V. Club—the pop culture wing at The Onion—debuted Inventory, a new series based on their unconventional pop culture lists.

InventoryInventory first began as (and continues to be) a weekly feature on the A.V. Club website in 2005 and grew to be one of the most popular features, now with over 300 lists and its own coffee table book. List examples include:

Exploring 24 great films too painful to watch twice
14 tragic movie-masturbation scenes
18 songs about crappy cities
22 great songs inspired by heinous true crimes
13 particularly horrible fast-food innovations
8 great films made by directors after they turned 70
6 Keanu Reeves movies somehow not ruined by Keanu Reeves

The latest episode, ‘Roc-Doc Dicks,’ aired today and features rock n’ roll documentaries that make their subjects look like dicks. Last week the series premiered with ‘Blockbuster Knockoffs‘ which focused on, among other films, Mac and Me (check out the McDonald’s dance scene).

The twenty episode series airs weekly on Thursdays.

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