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Dave Rutt
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 +3Posted on May 15th, 2012 | re: Game Of Thrones Open Thread (142 comments)

I was thinking about this, and I don’t think there’s any reason they couldn’t meet up later.

 +2Posted on Jan 21st, 2012 | re: Monsters' Ball: The Week's Best Comments (56 comments)

what IS this and are you doing it in Toronto??!

 +1Posted on Jan 16th, 2012 | re: Saturday Night Live: Daniel Radcliffe And Lana Del Rey (30 comments)

First of all, I loved this episode and thought it was the best of the season so far.

Second, is anyone else getting really bothered by Bill Hader’s blatant cue-card reading? Bill Hader is great, but he seems to deliver the first 80% of each line staring in a totally unnatural direction (i.e. toward the cue card) in a monotone (at least when he isn’t doing a spot-on impression.) I’m not sure if it’s gotten worse this season or if I just didn’t notice it before.

 +3Posted on Jan 15th, 2012 | re: The 2012 Golden Globes Videogum Video Pizza Party (461 comments)

how is this an entire thread already and nobody’s mentioned jason sudeikis’ ricky gervais from last night? it was perfect and even though i’m not watching i assume it continues to be perfect in light of new information.

 +4Posted on Jan 5th, 2012 | re: Gwyneth Paltrow Literally Selling Snake Oil Now (84 comments)

Actually, some of us are still in a non-grinding state until next week. It’s nice being either a teacher or a Gwyneth Paltrow.

 +3Posted on Jan 3rd, 2012 | re: Everyone Just Pick Who They Want To Play Them In The Biopic (47 comments)

I’ll take whoever loses.

 +22Posted on Oct 28th, 2011 | re: Thursday Night TV Open Thread (131 comments)

I thought Community was very good. It was definitely weird to have two consecutive episodes with such similar gimmicks, but a) apparently the timeline one was supposed to be earlier in the season and b) I actually thought last night’s worked better. The stories flowed into each other more naturally and it was easier to justify their differences since they came from different characters’ perspectives. Which left more time for LAFFS (as opposed to repeating lines seven times over, which wasn’t not funny, don’t get me wrong)