Find Me On:
Who’s watching Hey Ladies? I love Stephen Merchant and it’s a really funny show. One thing I think is weird is that the Brits seem to love shows that center around a platonic male-female friendship, but they do make good jokes.
I loved Boy Dance Party. I didn’t the joke was that dancing is “gay,” but that boys are terrible dancers. Bruce Willis’s moves are hysterical.
It wasn’t a good impression, but it was a hilarious impression in my opinion.
The French Def Jam comedian kills me every time, too. Zut alors!
I go to your dentist.
I like that movie, too. I don’t really think of it as a Toni Collette movie, though, I guess. I do like that she brings home Dinah’s fried chicken for dinner because that place is a few blocks from my house and it really is great chicken. Don’t care for the mashed potatoes, though.
I kept switching between this and The Black List trying to decide which idiotic show was more distracting and The Black List won out. As much as I like Toni Collette, James Spader is more entertaining. Speaking of Toni Collette, I’m totally on her side, but I think the only movies I like her in are Muriel’s Wedding and Velvet Goldmine and I don’t even like Velvet Goldmine. Mustard’s 2¢.
I’m sick of kids, ukuleles, and cute Youtube videos, but this was dandy.
The Bill Maher thing made me laugh,
Because Bob is the greatest of all time.
With him, though?
I watched a few minutes of each of these shows and didn’t find much to write home about. My poor mother loves my letters, too. Sad. The collateral damage from lousy t.v. is difficult to quantify, but it’s far-reaching.
Man, Tommy from Valley Girl is STILL an asshole.
I thought that, too. Why didn’t they take the money and run? Or, is it just Todd now running the show with his crush, Lydia?
We never found out. And, I think Gilligan said that it will just be one of life’s little mysteries forever because he never decided what he was. Not sure what the Skipper thinks.
My friend Soojin produced and edited Escape From Tomorrow, so you all should go see it because she’s really sweet and the movie sounds like a hoot. I wasn’t allowed to see it when they were working on it because it was top secret and it looks like they did a good job. It was interesting to hear how Disney has a no harassment policy when it comes to filming at the parks as long as you look like a tourist. I have a feeling they caught on to what was happening when the same “family” kept showing up in the same clothes, though.
I guess that’s why everyone called the radio station instead of, you know, the police or some other gov’t authority.
Jesse is looking a little puffy. Not cooking meth isn’t good for him.
Fairly often? I knew I went to the wrong college.
Jesse has a car, not a truck.
I saw them filming a scene in Burbank today. I don’t watch the show and couldn’t see what was happening and they shoot there all the time, but, spoilers, some characters will be walking down a street they have walked down before on an upcoming episode.
“When I get my own t.v. show one day I’m going to tell the rest of these losers to suck it.”
Arc week? We could weld.