I think I have a headache
What a dork.
Hahaha oh my god… check out his newest video. He’s shirtless and making funny noises, so it’s totally appropriate for this conversation.
Obsessed: A woman becomes fond of her new boss.
and nostalgia sets in… now
Are you saying there’s something wrong with my gear?
The local news channel is the one who posted this video! What a kick in the face. They might as well be saying, “Good luck finding another date in this town.”
You need to relax.
The funniest part is how unlikely that couple seems–the town drunk and the president of your local book club. Sounds like complete compatibility at eHarmony.
He sure types like he’s a kid:
“Im asome play the guitar and a actor i have a agency its Disney support me if you didnt if you did thank you so much keep doing that so just keep supporting and ill try talking to my fans my fans ROCK thanks”
Wait, when did this show become 100% factual and concrete? This was a JOKE! SNL, Seth Myers, and the other writers don’t actually think bloggers are unable to point to North America on a map. Remember how goofy “Bjork” was last week? Do you get all of your news from Weekend Update?
…said the person whose avatar is a picture of Joaquin Phoenix.
I think it’s fair to say that no one read this. You lost me at “tautology.”
I hope he bought her dinner first.
Lindsay is fine, but whether it’s cats or Paul Rudd, she tends to have a holy day every time one of her favorite things pops up on youtube. A little more diversity would be appreciated. Otherwise, keep up the good work, you two.
No one will disagree that M Night Shyamalan has churned out some pretty grotesque garbage lately, and Signs was a pretty average movie at best. But if you call it one of the worst from the last decade, you clearly haven’t seen a lot of movies lately.
The only disappointing aspect of Hillary’s nomination is the fact that there will be (at least) four more years of Clinton jokes.
Also, “Jizz in My Pants” was hilarious.
I don’t think that’s true. On last night’s episode, he said a “portion” of the proceeds go to charity.
don’t get me wrong, i love stephen colbert. but doesn’t it seem like he uses his arrogant character to shamelessly plug anything that will make the “real” stephen colbert lots of money? it’s almost as if he’s free from scrutiny because the guy constantly asking us to buy his book/dvd/cd isn’t the “real” stephen colbert. but in reality, he is.