Man, I hate those days when I have to go out but I have only one clean set of clothes left.
At the end of the Parks & Rec episode, when Ben is on the phone with Leslie, I could swear he said “I loved you.” Anyone else notice that?
Hey come on, facehuggers are cute!
If it turns out she’s not pregnant, I’d be real worried about the glowing.
It could be more than $43 million. He forgets about $100 bills, but I’ve definitely seen bundles of those ($10.000 a bundle) when the lawyer put them in safe deposit boxes. So the upper limit would be closer to $90 million (91.8 if the stack is 45 bundles high).
Mister White and Pinkman.
Last time I checked (at the 2008 elections), republicans were a minority. Ha!
It’s the Pitts.
Christ, I already don’t care. The world went back to the dark ages, and now… what? We have to shoot things? Somebody is maybe evil? People will be walking around? What the hell am I even supposed to care about here? The only interesting thing in the story has already happened.
I bet he’s constantly followed at a short distance by the Hogan’s Heroes truck.
Weird, I thought Scientology didn’t give a damn about getting the message out, or any kind of positive publicity. I mean, that’s how they act usually.
I thought that might be a quote from an old Bugs Bunny cartoon, so I looked it up:
“And don’t think it hasn’t been a little slice of heaven…’cause it hasn’t.” (Hair-Raising Hare, 1946)
I actually thought Walt was making a skull with his bacon. Like, now that I’m a supercriminal I need a cool logo, or something. Ok now that I wrote it down, it sounds stupid.
Nobody ever suspects Furball Kint.
Cat got your tongue?
Sometimes it bears repeating, after a short period.
Somebody ask him how alive he wants to be when there’s a black president.
It does NOT say Moster’s Ball, OK? Sheesh.
Newsradio Origins: The Rise of Dave.
(Or: Escape From Wisconsin. Or: Dave Nelson, Canadian Spy)
I guess I’m way too late for anyone to still read this, but I really need to say one thing.
The part of the movie that pretty much symbolizes, for me, what was wrong with it, was the moment when they were testing the alien DNA, and the machine said it was a “match.”
WHAT DOES THAT MEAN, MACHINE? A match? Do you mean that the DNA is identical? Does it come from the exact same person? No it doesn’t, does it. You’re not a very exact machine.
So ok, I suppose I can accept that it means that the DNA is human. Like, 100% human. Well, that’s where I lose the entire plot of the movie. Because I thought those “aliens” were our designers, that they “made” us. But if they already have the entirety of our DNA, what is even left to design? Snappy clothes? I guess by “they created us,” the movie meant “they got pregnant.” THAT’S how you create a lifeform if you already have their exact same DNA. Nothing left to design or engineer. Or am I missing something?
… as the Senator said to the Soldier.
So… Who else you gonna call?
“Just a wafer-thin mint. Go on, it’s only a tiny little thin one.”
You should call it “Monster’s Ball.” You know, instead of “Monsters’ Ball.”