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 0Posted on Apr 19th, 2010 | re: Best New Party Game: 21: #grossmoviequoteomissions (391 comments)

“When you have to ______, ______. Don’t talk.”
“Gentlemen, you can’t ______ in here! This is the war room!”

 0Posted on Mar 7th, 2010 | re: The 2010 Academy Awards Video Pizza Party (343 comments)

Hah, good point, but I just find it a bit indulgent. The Oscars are all about star fucking – we don’t really need much more of it. It that drags something that could take 30 seconds on for five minutes.

And they’re doing it again for Best Actor right now (and presumably Best Actress).

 -1Posted on Mar 7th, 2010 | re: The 2010 Academy Awards Video Pizza Party (343 comments)

I really hope they don’t do the thing they did last year when they had five previous award winners presenting and sucking off each nominee. What a waste of time and Hollywood masturbatory practice.

 +15Posted on Feb 16th, 2010 | re: Jay Leno Is A Sinking Ship (44 comments)

Max Weinberg and the Max Weinberg 8

 +13Posted on Feb 2nd, 2010 | re: The Season Premiere Of Lost, Family Style (111 comments)

For some reason the guy who looks like John Lennon is making me laugh every time he comes on screen

 +11Posted on Jan 28th, 2010 | re: Liveblogging Jay Leno On Oprah (54 comments)

The whole Jay not having animosity towards Conan is such bullshit. Oh yeah, I just stole your job, but I don’t resent you for what I did to you. I remember he came out on his show a couple of weeks ago and said, “Don’t blame Conan” to which Letterman responded saying, “No one is blaming Conan.” Leno’s got his head so far up his ass. Also, does anyone else find it disingenuous that he has been trashing NBC all month despite standing to benefit from their mistakes? If he was genuinely upset with them back in 2004, he should’ve left for a different network or maybe he should’ve left for a different network this time around, though maybe all the other networks were smart enough not to hire a hack like him. All of his responses attempting to say the right things just make him look desperate.

 +5Posted on Jan 28th, 2010 | re: Chris Matthews Forgot Barack Obama Was Black Last Night (101 comments)

I feel like people are making too big of a deal about Chris Matthews. Dumb thing to say, but his statement is getting a little overblown. What he was trying to say (which I deduced before he had to retract his statement and explain it) was that Obama has transcended racial lines and people respect and revere him regardless of his race. Is simply acknowledging the presence of race or ethnicity inherently racist? I don’t mean to sound like a Chris Matthews apologist, but sometimes people tend to blow things out of proportion

 +1Posted on Jan 27th, 2010 | re: Best New Party Game 15 (319 comments)

I drink your Cold Stone milkshake!
Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here! This is the World of Warcraft Room!
Cash-4-Goldfinger

 +5Posted on Jan 17th, 2010 | re: 2010 Golden Globes Video Pizza Party (132 comments)

Does that mean Sandra Bullock has to practice acting more often in her personal/private life because she’s a philanderer?

 0Posted on Jan 17th, 2010 | re: 2010 Golden Globes Video Pizza Party (132 comments)

Seriously. I watched a couple episodes of Glee and it is so not funny. I don’t know why people like it so much

 0Posted on Jan 10th, 2010 | re: An Open Letter To NBC About The Jay Leno/Conan O'Brien Rumors (109 comments)

Jay Leno must have incriminating photos of the network head at NBC. Or he’s just unbelievably stupid. “Hey, the Jay Leno Show in the prime time slot has been killing our ratings which then kills the ratings of the local networks because of the weak lead-in, then it kills the Tonight Show ratings. Maybe we should move him and piss off everybody else in our lineup to make things better.” It’s like amputating the right leg because the left leg got gangrene.

 0Posted on Jan 10th, 2010 | re: An Open Letter To NBC About The Jay Leno/Conan O'Brien Rumors (109 comments)

Jay Leno must have incriminating photos of the network head at NBC. Or he’s just unbelievably stupid. “Hey, the Jay Leno Show in the prime time slot has been killing our ratings which then kills the ratings of the local networks because of the weak lead-in, then it kills the Tonight Show ratings. Maybe we should move him and piss off everybody else in our lineup to make things better.” It’s like amputating the right leg because the left leg got gangrene.

 +4Posted on Nov 30th, 2009 | re: Wait, Is Fantastic Mr. Fox The Best Movie Of 2009? (73 comments)

Yeah, as a Wes Anderson fan, I don’t see why it being a very stylistically Wes Anderson movie is a bad thing. When I was telling my friends to see it, I told them that it was unmistakably a Wes Anderson movie as a positive thing rather than a negative thing (granted, he’s a fan of Wes’ movies as well). Overall, I thought it was a really enjoyable movie to watch and it’s one of the few movies I’ve seen that I would willingly pay money to see again.

Also my sarcasm radar is officially broken. Is this review of the movie supposed tongue in cheek at all? I really can’t tell on Videogum anymore.

 +12Posted on Nov 20th, 2009 | re: Goodnight, Oprah, And Good Luck (25 comments)

Never Forget 09/11

 -2Posted on Nov 17th, 2009 | re: The Videogum Why Don't YOU Caption It? Contest: Twilight: New Moon (147 comments)

(my submission in response to this one)

“Dracula? Never heard of him”

 0Posted on Nov 11th, 2009 | re: Best New Party Game 12 (330 comments)

They’re scoundrels, they’re dirty, and they’re rotten
These 12 Men are Angry
This Odyssey is in Space

 0Posted on Nov 10th, 2009 | re: Vampires Kill People, Not Animals (36 comments)

She looks hot (and I’m 20 so she’s not too young for me), but when I google image searched her, I felt icky because it looks like she used to be a teen/pre-teen star.

 +2Posted on Nov 9th, 2009 | re: Mad Men S03E13: Step Into My Office, I Am Fired (65 comments)

Don’t get me wrong, I usually try to sympathize with Betty, but tonight after seeing her going to the divorce lawyer with Henry Francis, I lost a lot of the capacity to do that. If she was upset with Don for being a bad husband, fine. I thought she was right to kick Don out back in Season 2 (even though ultimately I was rooting for them to get back together), but the whole Henry Francis business really turned me off from her character. Like it’s been mentioned many times, she hardly knows the guy and she expects him to be her knight in shining armor to save her from the monotony of being a housewife. And she’s willing to break the family structure for that. Not to say that if she’s unhappy with her marriage, she should sacrifice herself for the sanctity of that bond, but she’s doing it for some douche who came on to a married woman. How does she know he’s more honest than Don? Don lied to her for so long, but does she really know Henry Francis better than she knows Don? And now after a handful of encounters and an unrealized affair, she wants to marry him? The scene with the family in the living room was heartbreaking (as I said) because they kept asking Don why he was leaving them as if Don wanted to leave them, but Don was asked to leave and Betty initiated the divorce. Don hasn’t been the exemplary husband, but in that situation, I did feel like Don was accepting the role as the bad guy for his kids and for Betty. Though Sally did seem to see through it (accusing Betty of making Don do it) and I agree that she’ll probably have a tense relationship with Betty from here on out (maybe leading her to rebel at the end of the 60s? Kind of weird to think about since she’s like 12 years old now…)

 -4Posted on Nov 9th, 2009 | re: Mad Men S03E13: Step Into My Office, I Am Fired (65 comments)

Yeah, I hated Betty so much in this episode and that scene was heartbreaking because it, for the most part, is Betty’s fault, yet the way things played out, Don was being villainized by the kids for leaving them. Don is a much better parent and everyone knows it.
Also I agree with the Mad Men not taking the easy way out by making the sale of the company a metaphor for his failed marriage. The way they did it, it was sad and triumphant at the same time and that tension/mix of emotions is what I really liked about this episode.
Best episode of Mad Men ever? Definitely Top 3 at the very least.

 +2Posted on Nov 5th, 2009 | re: Best New Party Game 11 (323 comments)

Farm Wars: A Moo Hope
In the Meat of the Night
A Meatcar Named Desire
Seabrisket