Off topic but on topic?: If David Byrne were standing right next to me, I would whimper and try to keep it as inaudible as possible. If he TOUCHED ME? I would DIE. And then I would ask him which laws he considers his favorites, because that’s been bugging me for a while.
Except now mine’s mysteriously working, making me look like a hypocrite.
No! Don’t go! He’s blocked us all…as punishment…for something.
This piece of gum is heaven.
When I see this, I’m going to shout out all of the tv roles I recognize these people from (“A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot!”) I can’t help it. I have Hey! It’s That Guy Tourettes.
GIT ‘ER BLOGGED!
Guilty…guilty of living in SF. But my plans fell through and I had to sit this screening out. Hope it was fun.
I’m not good with anything emotional and I use humor to distance myself from emotions (Psych 101) so I was going to make a joke about how you have more time now to scout out Will & Grace locations, but I think variants thereof have probably already been made. So instead I’ll just say thanks for the memories.
I’m going to see The Room this weekend in tribute to Lindsay. Who’s with me?
Wait, you guys, are we 100% sure this isn’t just more viral marketing for Funny People?
Science be damned, I say that Sly & The Family Stone is the best one because of the way they synched it up. 0:28 is hilarious.
According to the magazines that I may or may not have read, Kate has been identified (I believe by her sister) as a fame-whore whose ultimate goal was to be the focus of media attention. While Kate’s sister might herself be a fame whore and consequently only have said that to attract media attention to herself, it still doesn’t ring untrue. When it comes to the Duggars (from “18 Kids and Counting”), I wholeheartedly believe that they signed the TLC contract in order to provide for their family. I can’t say the same for Jon & Kate.
Oh hey, hadn’t seen your girlfriend in a while. How’s she doing?
0:56-1:00 The front guy’s imaginary dick turns into an imaginary elephant’s trunk. Do the Snuffie!
EntireTy. I feel like every post I’ve made this week has some sort of error in it. Blee blah.
Was that lame drum fill really necessary? Really?
Not mentioned in the interview, but the Pre-Taped Call in Show was always one of my favorites. They really excelled at mise en abyme and meta sketches.
I’m glad that:
1. I never ride in cars
2. I’m not friends with jackasses.
3. I will never have to endure riding in a car with a jackass who owns this. Syllogism!
Aww, I think it’s funny. But my love for Mike Nelson, Bill Corbett, and Kevin Murphy is ancient. And I haven’t seen The Room in its entirely yet, so we’re still in the awkward getting-to-know-you phase (though I’m hoping this will change when I finally get to a screening on June 27th).
I meh this song, in an ironic way, in an unironic way, in every way possible. I can’t even bring myself to hate it.
Can we get some Afternoon Delight instead?
“Grunt grunt grunt” – Tim Allen
Whaaaaaa? I tried to add some html and it took the word out entirely. It should have read:
I can’t guarantee that he’s NOT retarded.
That’s it–I’m breaking up with html for good this time.
I remember that episode. I tell you, after American Splendor, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Zoolander, and this interview, I can’t guarantee that he’s retarded.
Where’s Jeff Van Vonderen when you need him?
I just moved away from there–last week, in fact. It appears not a moment too soon.