The ad with Adam's Friends jingle jongle took another season of airings.
Buzzfeed brought us twenty two reasons to love Adam Buxton, which was a master feat of restraint.
This amused me:
A little #film starring our #JoeCornish not the other one... http://t.co/x2G98TbOM8
— Joe Cornish Gallery (@jcornishgallery) September 4, 2013
Adam continued to take his sell-out Edinburgh show, Kernel Panic across the country and a slew of interviews followed him from The British Comedy Guide, Emma McAlpine for Spoonfed & Sonya Barber for Time Out with more links below after his Union Chapel gig.
Jarvis Cocker played Joe's Meatballs song on his Sunday Service and Joe resigned his post from the role of directing Royden Lepp's Rust.
Joe gave a maserclass at the National Film and Television School which was chaired by the lovely and talented Corin Hardy. Even Screen International covered it. Corin blogged about hat theft.
Kernel Panic found it's way to the beautiful Union Chapel. Steve Bennett reviewed it for Chortle and Joe was spotted in the audience/bar. This gig also caught the attention of Evening Standard's Bruce Dessau and more people tweeted pictures.
Despite the fact that Hot Fuzz airs almost every other day, it still trends on Twitter.
On the 21st of the month, Attack the Block's Alex Esmail chatted to Framed Focus Screen Talkers about his role.
And finally, apropos of nothing much, watch this.