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Cameron Diaz seen thinking up captions for Johnny Depp’s new hair.
“I mean, who reads these Sleepy Hollow recaps??”
So is Carmen Petaccio the new Gabe and Sleepy Hollow the new How I Met Your Mother and blogging about it the new Putting Food On Your Family?
“Another Big Data Solution Cloud Retention Tech Networking stumble? Why do i keep stumbling this trash??”
“Oh man, my hand looks so weird, like a backwards clamp hand of some sort…”
I feel like David Fincher translated the same idea into his directorial style.
Al Swerengen sounds like how Arnold Schwarzenegger would pronounce his name.
Coach is really starting to meld in. But he still slightly feels like a douchethug playing pretend dork-mellow.
I stopped watching the league a season ago when it started feeling like a gang of arrogant dullards who’s jokes are funny only within their clique. They used to be weird and lovable, regardless of their failings as human beings.
I guess they should have just resolved his issues and attained his goals in episode one. Weird how they didn’t do that. Also i’d like to make a snide remark about the plot of the extras being identical to some show where some hapless schmuck tries to attain certain achievements but fails, which i feel there are plenty of out there, since it’s a generally present theme in pop culture, but i can’t think of any.
Derek was terrible. I had no idea what Gervais was trying to do by playing a mentally challenged character while refusing to admit to doing so. I feel like he’s waging battles that make sense only in his mind. Stephen Merchant on the other hand seems like a lovely fellow with a strong and sensible moral compass.
I can’t stand it. It has the comic sensibilities of a laugh track show. I basically gave up after that episode which started with disposing of smelly socks with a bomb diffusing robot. Have mercy!
Parenthood has become a weekly soap, and not a very good one at that. The plotlines are cliche and forced, and they manage to make me hate practically everyone i used to root for.
Confession: Being based on legos look like a good excuse/reason for that movie to take liberties in being super fun and goofy. RELAXO everyone.
With a name like Kitty Pryde she’s probably an unflinching advocate of female rights, which the Hollywood patriarchy simply couldn’t allow.
I kind of like that now that Gabe’s not here, Kelly can like a Roman Polanski film without making a point of being the sentinel of morality. But it’s great you’re here to keep the fire burning That One.
What about the rest of the music? I love the choices. Such wonderfully corny melancholia, just as sadness often is.
That’s a ridiculous complaint. Seinfeld had 10 years of hopelessly unchanging characters. Not to mention it’s the very beginning of the show, and you’re expecting a significant evolution on the resolution of his flaws and shortcomings.
Bye Gabe. We’ll always remember you for your glowing How I Met Your Mother recaps and your poignant critique on boundaries concerning The Onion calling Quvenzhané Wallis the C word juxtaposed against the time you did this:
Hope you get a chance to expand on your volunteer work as a nurse in Africa, leaving the callous opulence and privilege of the western world, which often infuriated you so, behind.
Uh, Gabe. There are like 5 movies about slavery, and i’m pretty sure like 3 of them are lifetime movies. OK maybe there are more movies about slavery, but if there can be a bazillion movies about WW2, then there sure as heck can be more than a dozen movies about slavery. It’s not like every summer there are competing slavery blockbusters. Chill out willy G.
If you tiny tiny baby swims across the pool all on her own i think it’s time to ditch the condescending cutesy baby-voice and congratulate your baby with some rightfully earned respect!
I don’t get it. The wig she’s wearing is a sort of an Anime wig, and Anime cartoons are known for their renditions of uncommonly huge, round eyes, so it’s not just that she’s racist, she’s also a big nonsensical dummyhead.
I kept being so mad at the director for cutting away to the closeup during most riveting parts. Great showcase of your directing prowess Mr. Two Cameras. Why don’t you go fly a kite!