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 +60Posted on Feb 7th | re: Heaven Just Got A Little More Videogum (267 comments)

May you always remain popular in syndication.

 +25Posted on Feb 3rd | re: Hey Guys, We Have To Talk To You About Something (352 comments)

Is this the moment that precipitates Planet of the Apes?

 +15Posted on Feb 3rd | re: Hey Guys, We Have To Talk To You About Something (352 comments)

Tread lightly.

 +33Posted on Feb 3rd | re: Hey Guys, We Have To Talk To You About Something (352 comments)

Please tell me my editor’s choice wins will be redeemed for bitcoins.

 +1Posted on Nov 22nd, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (43 comments)

The League

*It’s great when it’s weird.
*Holy crap, Kate Aselton.
*It’s not great when it’s just homophobic/bullying.
*Dirty Randy is my spirit animal.

 +5Posted on Nov 22nd, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (43 comments)

Hello Ladies

*Kyle Mooney is insanely great. Just so great.
*The plot is nearly identical to that of Extras, only the focus is attaining a woman rather than an acting career (relegated to the B story). Every episode Stuart nearly gets what he wants, only to be smacked down within sight of his goal. It’s extremely familiar feeling.
*That said, HL has a nice emotional core.
*Also, it’s very funny.
*Jenny Slate is criminally underused as generic dick.

 +3Posted on Nov 22nd, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (43 comments)

The Stand By Me ending almost killed me. Honestly, Danny McBride, is the king. If they don’t put Stevie’s chin in the Smithsonian, I’m going to stop paying taxes.

 +1Posted on Nov 22nd, 2013 | re: The Videogum Holiday Movie Club! (137 comments)

correct

 +4Posted on Nov 20th, 2013 | re: Daniel Day-Lewis's Son Is A Rapper, No Duh (31 comments)

Anyone know if Timmy Pacino can rock the ones and twos? Asking for a friend.

 +1Posted on Nov 13th, 2013 | re: What You're REALLY Drinking In Your Damn Pumpkin Spice Latte (43 comments)

“Mandrake, I mean Jeb, have I ever told you…”

 +2Posted on Nov 13th, 2013 | re: What You're REALLY Drinking In Your Damn Pumpkin Spice Latte (43 comments)

all you have to do, apparently, is post a long unbroken string of text to offset the posted comment.

:)

 +11Posted on Nov 13th, 2013 | re: What You're REALLY Drinking In Your Damn Pumpkin Spice Latte (43 comments)

“What You’re REALLY Drinking In Your Damn Pumpkin Spice Latte”

Um, pumpkin spices? As in the spices used for pumpkin pie?

#spoileralert

 +11Posted on Nov 13th, 2013 | re: What You're REALLY Drinking In Your Damn Pumpkin Spice Latte (43 comments)

NOT CHEMICALS! I just took a shower under chemicals THIS MORNING!!!! AM I GOING TO DIE?????? My body is 100% CHEMICALS, you guys, holy shit!

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Do you know what the most unhealthy part of syrups are? The lovely all natural sugars and corn syrup within them.

Natural does not equal safe. And flavors and shelf-stability are a good way of keeping food waste low. It also reduces the risk of food-borne illness — most of which is caused by unprocessed all-natural fruits, vegetables and meat products.

And anyone who thinks a pumpkin spice latte is in any way akin to eating pumpkin probably is also demanding to know when Obama will release his real birth certificate.

“Fuck science.” -America

 +5Posted on Nov 6th, 2013 | re: No Matter How Cool Your Teacher Is, You're Still At School (28 comments)

So THAT’S how lady parts work! Thanks, sex ed!

Mystery solved: Watson ate the whole fucking pizza himself and is also the one farting.

 +4Posted on Nov 5th, 2013 | re: Here Are Some Morning Links! (12 comments)

Also, Loki is the least scary villain ever. More like Bore the Dark World.

 +4Posted on Nov 5th, 2013 | re: Here Are Some Morning Links! (12 comments)

In other news, Amanda Peet, age 41, will be the new face of Ensure.

 +3Posted on Nov 4th, 2013 | re: End Of The Day Dance Break! (13 comments)

Speaking of slow days, I made something stupid. You should join in if you want.

https://twitter.com/TwinPeaksToday

 +8Posted on Nov 4th, 2013 | re: Show Me Your Cute Panda Bear Face! (14 comments)

See, China? Two can play this game. We are going to take all your panda jobs! #USA

 +7Posted on Nov 1st, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (26 comments)

Maybe the best season so far.

It’s not the 80s anymore, you can’t just sit on a toilet seat and get AIDS!

 +1Posted on Nov 1st, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (26 comments)

I saw that episode. He threw the party there so his own house wouldn’t get messed up.

But the problem is he once again found his lack of consideration for others, his insistence on trying to be what he thinks others want him to be, to be his Achilles heel. But he already knew that!

He found himself exactly where he was at the end of the previous episode. And the one before that. It just feels so predictable. Every episode you know he’s going to end up alone and defeated — and none the wiser.

 +12Posted on Nov 1st, 2013 | re: This Week in Movie Trailers, You Guys (24 comments)

LEGO movie looks a little too intense for me. I’ll stick with The Duplo Movie, thanks.

 +3Posted on Nov 1st, 2013 | re: Don't Let This Happen To You (16 comments)

YOU ARE WRONG IT WAS CAPTAIN VON RED HAT.

 +3Posted on Nov 1st, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (26 comments)

I might be the only person watching Hello Ladies.

It’s funny, especially the scenes with Kyle Mooney (that dude has been a favorite since his time on Norm Macdonald’s old sports comedy show). But it’s hollow.

Lee Eisenberg, Stephen Merchant and Gene Stupnitsky are killer writers and they’ve been involved in the writing/directing of every episode. But Merchant’s character is like Michael Scott/David Brent if those characters had never learned anything.

Each episode just resets the characters where we saw them from the start, so there’s no cumulative emotional growth or insight.

Bizarre.

 +6Posted on Nov 1st, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (26 comments)

I’m all over the place on it.

It’s used to show how inappropriate Mac is, how out of touch he is. But it’s also an indication of how much he adores Lethal Weapon. He wants to be Murtaugh. The blackface and hair and everything are indicative of this. It’s a perversely sweet gesture that obviously comes off as anything but.

Does that mean it’s OK? I laughed at Dee even as I cringed. The “it’s funny because it’s offensive” comedy trope has certainly run its course, but I’ve always felt Sunny magically walked that line well and never used it as an excuse to make fun of minorities, the handicapped, etc. Maybe it’s because the characters are 1) so insanely naive and 2) clearly running critiques of American society and its many, many flaws.

This still doesn’t really resolve the blackface. I mean, don’t we all already know it’s wrong? And haven’t we already seen this Lethal Weapon thing from them?*

*Lethal Weapon, along with Die Hard, is the movie I will stop and watch if I come across it on cable. It’s just hardwired in me, so I appreciate their tributes, especially the endless saxophone punches in response to every line of dialogue. That was just great.