I want Nick’s drunk voice to the voice of my GPS.
I though the Hunger Games sketch was a win. I feel like they should have put it on the show earlier.
I was going to say that he looks like my Senior year prom date, which is funny, since I’m pretty sure he did sell underweight bags of weed.
I want to be Bill Hader’s friend. This gif just reinforces that.
Pictures like this make me remember why I am celebrating Anna Howard Shaw day today.
I cannot explain why I like “Les Jeunes De Paris” sketches, but this week I can: Jean DuJardin. Fabulous.
You Can Make it Up: Bill O’Reilly and Ellen Agree.
Now THAT must have been one unintelligible conversation.
Maybe he took The Rock Obama SNL sketch too seriously?
Nor Jonathan Taylor Thomas.
(Not counting Man of the House, of course.)
When I studied abroad, they closed down my street for a day because there had been a “stabbing incident” outside my building one night. That was code for “extremely murdered.”
I was going to try and say something funny, but why? This comment is perfect.
A suitcase of blue crystal meth and he never has to watch The Brothers Solomon.
I was already planning on taking a shot every time they cut to Clooney during the telecast.
Now I secretly hope they accidentally cut to David Glendon.
It’s my civic duty to please that booty.
*applepiehubbub’s note: excuse me, I have to go take a shower now. New low.
I’m not gonna lie…oddly enough, I like that sweater.
Aaron Pranks or Jesse Prankman?
The real winner of Puppy Bowl VIII? Me.
I’m calling 2012 an * year like they do in baseball because Breaking Bad wasn’t nominated for anything. Just saying.
It’s nice that when Adam Scott gif day (also known as the Thursday Night Open Thread) goes on summer break, I have Alexsander Skarsgard jpeg as a back up. Thanks Videogum!
I didn’t watch either because I was busy watching the Miami Heat NOT win the Tony for their revival of “Showboat.”
Also, Game of Thrones on my DVR.
Me at the book signing: “Oh, Hi Mark.”
Little known fact: The Three Laws of Robotics originally had four laws:
1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey any orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.
4. A robot must always be making me cookies.
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