“My iPod, some books, candles, incense, a pot of green tea, AND THAT’S ALL I NEED. I DON’T NEED ONE OTHER THING.”
I like to refer to Caplan / Perry by the relationship portmanteau “Mizzy Perplan,” which, coincidentally, is also my band’s name.
Justin Bieber as Toto.
Guns don’t kill TVs. Bristol Palin kills TVs.
I’m just going to go ahead and pretend Gabe posted the “Your Highness” trailer instead and talk about that because who cares about this one?
The “Your Highness” trailer is so great. If I wasn’t at work, I’d be watching it right now.
The Oscar nominations are funny because 1999 is one of the best years for film ever. Fight Club, Magnolia, South Park, Man on the Moon, Iron Giant, Toy Story 2, American Movie, Titus, Office Space, Election, Three Kings, The Matrix (kinda), The Phantom Menace … oh, wait on that last one.
LEAVE RONALD ALONE!
Taken: My Wife, Please
Maybe he IS the Godfather. All the pieces of the puzzle are finally falling into place.
Black people have pictures of monsters in their wallets?
They were mocking NBC, because COME ON!
I love how they edited Runway to have Ivy’s quote “I believe in karma” immediately followed by the moment when her sowing machine somehow made her face explode.
I found that to be a fairly sophisticated / touching recontextualization of the communion ritual. Somebody somewhere is going to write a great freshman comp on this episode.
My thoughts exactly. For a popular, primetime network TV show to have a protagonist be both openly gay and an atheist is very exciting. I’m nearly as old as Gabe D (if that’s even POSSIBLE) and remember a very different time for TV.
I walked away from that episode with one lingering question: “I sent a bottle of sparkling apple juice to your house … did you get it?”
Being a regular Mr. Cool Guy, I played The Labyrinth of Time instead. Now THERE’S a movie waiting to happen.
Of course, in Australia, they call top models “dingos.”
I think we’ve always known that Gabe wasn’t going to get out of the Hunt alive.
This really makes me want to see that new movie, Comedy Central Presents Zach Galifianakis from 2001.
Andy Kaufman must be rolling over in his
grave secret mountain hideaway.
This guy knows what you’re talking about.
I’m not that tech-savvy, so let me get this straight. Radios and cell phones work because each day someone climbs an infinite nightmare tower? Well, that explains that.
Do not want.