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Awww. Dancing is actually a nice, hopeful thing. I had never realized this.
The odd thing is that James Franco is kind of right, if he weren’t so book-crazy and so intent on impressing Gary Shteyngart or whatever. He substitutes “book” for other, more plausible words. In Mad Libs, it’s his go-to noun.
“I think one of the reasons it’s so hard is when she gets in trouble, she gets all this attention and I’m sure she gets [offered tons of blow]. Like she goes to jail, and instead of feeling like I really hit a low place, she’ll get a crazy offer for [taking her clothes off in Playboy or doing porn].”
Which is certainly a more nuanced take from our young, handsome literary pie-lover.
I would feel better about Obama’s “I think same-sex couples should be able to get married,” line if he’d been able to stop himself from immediately following it with “NO HOMO.”
I don’t think he’s sad. I think he’s just saying a bunch of freaky shit to that doll.
Hmm. I guess this means we won’t be seeing a “Gabe and Max Take a Disingenuous Lie Disguised as a Life-Affirming Trip Around the World” video anytime soon.
I would watch The Braggy Awards.
Poor Fagan got Munsoned.
Blume pulls [a DVD] off the shelf. “Bridesmaids, by Wiig. Good stuff. That’s what I write,” she says, putting it back. “That’s what I write.”
Women can do anything women can do better worse!
Oh man, I remember listening to a This American Life episode years ago about a guy who was an asshole, and he ultimately realized he was kinda fine with it.
Oh yeah, that was Gabe.
“As long as she is not the spokesperson for Pepsi, I really couldn’t care less. Once she becomes the Pepsi spokesman, she is infringing on my rights.” — Bill O’Reilly, privately #ludicrous #Ludacris
Whoa. Phonetic/homonym typo apology.
The winner of the Tom Wilkinson look-alike contest (pictured right) must settle for a trip to the Irish Emmys.
“Am I photobombing you?”
“No, Eli. We simply are enjoying are parfaits.”
“Am I photobombing you … now?”
“Her? Her? Her? Her? … Her? Her? Her? … Her? Her? Her? Her?” — Michael Bluth
Someone who didn’t know that John Hughes died probably watched this commercial and said, “Oh, I guess John Hughes must be dead.”
Is this the same Stephen Colbert from The Daily Show?
Yo, is this racist?
In a related story, Leno is suing the Tonight Show writer who originally suggested the punchline should be that this is a photo of Jay Leno’s house.
“I am getting too old for this shit. Also, too old for this diaper.”
The strangest thing is that he had never put this picture on Twitter before, considering his followers regularly compare him to Winston Churchill.
“Who’s on top and who’s on bottom NOW?”
Aren’t they just going to nominate him so the Oscar nominations can win an Emmy?
I can’t believe I watched the whole thing.