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Why is this the first I’ve heard of turkey cobbler?
No Country for Old Men
Well, Bane is shown as breaking billionaire’s backs over his knee. Clearly a metaphor for higher taxes
I like how Kirk’s not afraid to fail. It’s inspiring to see him carry that message in every thing he does. Otherwise, he’d just be another sad person sitting at home who doesn’t go on TV or interest group websites talking about stuff no one’s listening to
Soylent Green isn’t vegetables
How do you know that’s not the biggest Radio Flyer they have?
What did the anagram enthusiast have for lunch? A bowl of opus and a rape.
Did Target allow its stores to choose not to sell birth control or did it allow its employees to choose not to use birth control in their lives? Because one is a solid grounds for a boycott and the other is a bizarre thing to even try to regulate. Your wording perplexes me, is what I’m trying to say.
So the government is taxing our pop music parodies now!?!?! Damn Obamacare
“A state I will be in at the Holiday Inn just off I-95 this Friday night”
“Alex, what is DTF?”
So get up come come, come down
Blackjack fireworks just outside your town
(3 for 1 ain’t a joke)
I’m pretty sure they were actually nominated for this
I went to see Safety Not Guaranteed instead of That’s My Boy/Rock Of Ages/Avengers for the 5th time! It was delightful! Thanks for advertising the bejeesus out of it!
Only on the second episode myself, but Hannah doesn’t get a job because she makes a rape joke during an interview? About the interviewer? I’m not sure I’ll be able to go the distance
That wasn’t a great reference on their part. “Hey remember this character from one episode four and a half seasons ago?” No, no at all, Matt Weiner. And what was that supposed to show? That Don felt guilty? I thought we already learned that last episode when he let creepy Glen drive to show that he knew some people don’t get to start over and that they should do what they really want to do now or whatever. Sometimes I think this show goes style over substance but ends up as style mistaken for substance.
Richmond is my fair hometown, and at first I was very up in arms like “we have so many cultural attractions beyond the two dogs in the parking lot!” and then I stopped and thought “no, wait, that’s about right.” Either way, I think it’s the first time I’ve ever seen Richmond mentioned on a TV show
Yeah, so this is the first show that’s made us feel in a decade? And apparently Friday Night Lights didn’t happen? And also we’re accepting the premise that New Girl made us feel?
I misread that as the David Hyde Pierce hotel suite somehow. I feel the picture works either way
I just want to point out the picture this article is leading with
So apparently marriages between men and men are bad, but ones between men and unknowable cosmic beings are just fine
I don’t remember this either, but the second I read it, I just thought “oh, classic Roger” and moved on before stopping and thinking. I’m sure I’m not alone in this thought
This was just a strange and jarring day in the life of Sally Draper. She just wants to see what her dad does and all of a sudden the world was like “You are now a dolled up sex object. Get ready to spread your legs and fly. Roger Sterling is now interested in you. This is a blowjob.” To be fair, that is pretty much what her dad does
I saw Drive and 21 Jump Street on consecutive days and enjoyed 21 Jump Street more