If Riff Raff is in, I’m in.
I would totally buy that “Heathers” painting. Anyone got an extra couple thousand dollars lying around?
Holy shit I did not recognize Linda Cardellini!!!!!!
I can’t believe Don is cheating on Megan! Actually, yes I can. P.S. Where did Megan think he was in the middle of the night on NYE??
I looked up “Christiaan Barnard” after that first joke Don made with the heart surgeon in the elevator, and it ended up being a running theme throughout the episode, so there’s that.
I was confused when Don and Megan got home from Hawaii and Jonesy greeted them and then it cut to him dying on the floor. Did anyone else think that was weird?
When Mad Men ends, I hope they do a spin-off sitcom starring Roger.
Overall, I liked the episode.
Black Dennis is the best thing that has ever happened in the history of television.
A friend commented on Facebook that “Romney won the debate because he was better prepared, more affable, more comfortable and an all-around better debater.” Two of those things work if you’re running in a beauty pageant not a presidential campaign, and the other two things don’t count if everything you said was a lie.
I don’t like this trend of people prank proposing in life-or-death circumstances.
I saw Vamps a few months ago (followed by a horrendously moderated Q&A with Wallace Shawn, Alicia Silverstone and Amy Heckerling) and it is cheap-looking and corny, but still enjoyable if you’re a fan of everyone involved. The worst part is it’s set in New York City, which plays a central role to the plot line, but it was shot in Detroit except for one scene in Time Square.
Also, I love Chan-wook Park, so I’m very “stoked” (LOL) to see that movie!
Dear Amber, if you want to be treated like a grown-up, maybe don’t sleep with your clients and then cry to your uncle about it. Also, is there anything worse in the world than a teenage girl?
Nick Nolte and Phillip Seymour Hoffman are starting to look dangerously alike.
I used to think Chet Haze was just a laughably talentless douchebag, but I’m now upgrading that to idiotically callous asshole.
Thank you, Kelly, for finally validating my love of this show to my husband. Take that, Jeb!
Whoops, it starts with Jason Sudeikis.
I also liked the 50 Shades of Grey commercial, although it was sort of predictable. As soon as Bill Hader was heading into the bedroom on Mother’s Day, I knew a vibrator would be involved…
I too enjoyed Eli Manning’s faces in those two sketches. I really like Rihanna’s music, but when I see her perform, all I can think about is how she took back her abusive ex-boyfriend. I mean, who wouldn’t — he’s got a great* personality, writes good* songs and knows how to dance well* — but what kind of example is she setting for all the young girls out there whose boyfriends punch them in the head and then apologize for it later after trashing a Today Show dressing room?
I liked the episode overall, but thought the dinner party scene was too long — not enough happened to warrant taking up practically a third of the episode. Watching it felt like actually being forced to attend a boring dinner party in the suburbs.
I love this show despite being a 34-year-old married woman who came from a lower-middle-class/sometimes poverty-level upbringing and struggled through the slums of post-college adulthood with little-to-no help from my parents for about 10 years before finally landing a real job. While I find the privileged lifestyles of these “girls” (which I feel is an appropriate term, as I thought of myself as a girl throughout most of my 20s) to be very irksome, I relate to the whole wanting to be an artist thing but not wanting to have to work for it. But yeah, I would definitely not be paying the rent for an adult child for two years after he or she graduated college. Go get a job at Starbucks like the rest of us did!
I completely agree. Also, the fact that she’s writing a memoir at the age of 24 is a criticism of people who think they have so much to say about everything even though they haven’t experienced much. This point is illustrated in the scene when she asks her parents to read her memoir and it’s only five pages.
I liked the show, but I also related more to the mom than anyone else. I’m going to be exactly that kind of mother. “I just want a fucking house by a lake!”
I had no idea that Tom Kenny from Mr. Show did the voice of Spongebob Square Pants! MIND = BLOWN
“When I say snakes, you know what I really mean. MINORITIES.”
Thank you for clarifying! Now I love the show!
One more — 8. My DVR didn’t record end of Mad Men, which I blame on The Killing.
Top five worst things about last night’s “exciting two-hour premiere”:
1. It was two hours.
2. That annoying little boy who kept saying, “Where’s mom?” Shut up, kid. Your mom’s an asshole.
3. The part when they let Mr. Larsen see his teacher-beating co-conspirator in jail after he murdered or tried to murder everyone.
4. The part when that guy killed himself/got killed and the fact that we don’t know for sure which it was.
5. The part when Aunt Dumb Dumb let the little boy go outside by himself at night to get her cigarettes even though they know Rosie’s killer is still out there.
6. The fact that the councilman lied about where he was on the night of the killing because he wouldn’t win mayor if everyone knew even though telling the truth would have gotten him off the hook FOR MURDER.
7. The fact that Linden is a maniac about her son being safe but then we don’t see her check in on him for an entire day.
OK, that was seven things. I hate this show so much.
The Dictator looks LOLtastic. Also, MANTZOUKAS!!!!
“Fake Abed”? You racist. That guy doesn’t look anything like Abed!