Yeah, I don’t really need to see Game Change for two reasons.
1. I can’t take 90 minutes of Julianne Moore struggling to maintain an Alaskan accent.
2. I hated it the first time around when it was actually happening, except for the part when Obama won of course. Can the movie just be that part for 90 minutes?
It’s about time someone cast Joel Murray in a starring role. FREDDDDDDDYYYYYY!!!! Also, the tone of this movie sort of reminds me of Heathers, but a little broader/farce-ier.
It’s spelled Courteney Cox with an extra “E” for “Eeeek, my Botox is wearing off!” — FriendsFan1994
This is the worst Disney channel show ever made. I would rather watch a marathon of Suite Life or Hanna Montana than one episode of Good Luck Charlie. My nephews make me watch it every time I visit. It’s like How I Met Your Mother, except less funny and more contrived. “Charlie” is the baby, and the family makes a weekly video diary for her to watch when she grows up. Why would she want to watch that? “Oh, what were you guys up to when I was a baby? Running around and acting like idiots? Cool!” Ugh.
I like Up All Night! The tag-team of Maya Rudolph, Will Arnett and Christina Applegate (yes, Christina Applegate) is great. Please give it a chance so they don’t cancel it.
P.S. The best way to get me to commit suicide is by making me watch Whitney, Chelsea and 2 Broke Girls back to back. Chelsea Handler and whoever made 2 Broke Girls are ruining television!
This made me laugh the hardest out of everything.
“Now when you Google Jenna Maroney, I come up instead of the Jenna Maroney who electrocuted all those horses.”
“That was you, Jenna.”
This was my second favorite line of the night. My first favorite was, “Maybe I’m in a good mood because I’m not being weighed down by redundant torso fabric.”
I was glad Paul didn’t go home, although Ty-Lör had sort of grown on me, dumb name and all. I’m also secretly rooting for Beverly even though she’s crazy and annoying because I always love the underdog.
I shop at Food Emporium too. I am just like a celebrity. That’s how the saying goes, right?
One of my best friends from college, Beth LaMontagne Hall, keeping it ON POINT, SON! She always knows how to ask the hard-hitting questions.
You’ve been Koonsed!
I just wanted to go on the record as saying I loved “Tree of Life,” except for the Sean Penn parts and the end. But definitely loved the rest of it enough to cancel those out.
Can someone please explain what “It’s a Brad, Brad World” is? I’ve seen the commercial about 1,000 times and I still have no idea.
That was the most satisfying elimination since Jamie from Top Chef Season 5/All-Stars. Also, get Ed a bowl and a spoon and some milk maybe!
Jeb and I got home from Mr. Coconuts just in time to catch this! SO GREAT. One of the best Joe Mande performances I’ve ever seen. Also, that book joke in the Oprah-Jesus comparison deserved more laughs from the audience.
I bet Keith’s defense for getting caught selling drugs was that no one told him it was illegal.
Did you notice how everyone just calls him Ty now because Ty-Lör is just ridic. Also, I think he pronounces it like “Tyler” so what’s even the point?
I think it’s funny when the eliminated chefs say, “I just didn’t want to go out like this.” In what way did you want to go out? Losing is losing no matter how it happens.
I sort of wanted to know how long they were actually in the stew room because it had to be at least three or four hours, and that seems unusually cruel.
I know — what’s the difference between “The Infinity” and the “DIY Infinity”? Was that some kind of test? Did I pass?
Joe Swanberg: Lots of awkward silences and bad lighting. Also, real live actual sex on stage halfway through the show.
“That is assault! I’m arresting you!” Sorry, reporter lady, that’s not how arresting works.