Thanks for the links, Kelly!
I’m sorry, but for a typo, “Kocked Up” is hilarious.
Blast! So close to pointing out that very fun error. It makes me think of a movie that’s about coke and cocks and also has a Mortal Kombat linguistic sensibility. Koked Up Too: Sittin’ & Spinnin’!
Kocking Up With The Kardashians
NO THAT NEVER EXISTED I DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT.
Is this really the first time the Weston Cage tag has been used? We should use it all the time
I’m sorry, but if they gave gold medals for jaywalking, I’d be Michael Fucking Phelps.
Only less of a jerk I hope
“NOOOPE.” — Lana Kane
Daren Aronofsky on an edgy Noahs Ark film:
Everything is going fine till one of the two zebra’s that are taken into the boat is revealed to be gay. Intense psychological trauma and jarring visuals follow.
Wow. The author of the food show article really doesn’t like Gordon Ramsay. I actually watched all two hours of Masterchef last night. Sure it’s comes with the obligatory bullshit melodrama that seems to become increasingly pervasive in reality TV regardless of the subject matter, but it was far from the cruel humiliation fest Troy Patterson made it out to be. 90% of what they showed were people who made it to the next round, and while there was criticism there was a lot of compliments going on and that’s not even discussing the fact that a vast majority of the judges’ criticism is directed towards the food not the person who cooked it.
Any way, I found myself wishing they had shown more of the people who didn’t get to the next round because I wanted to see what they had cooked and why the judges didn’t like it.
Of course I’m a fan of Kitchen Nightmares (British version, not the focus on the melodrama American iteration) and the F word so I suppose I’m biased the other way.
I like the concept of MasterChef, I’m a Ramsay fan, and I watch enough reality tv to not be bothered by ninety percent of the faux-drama. But every time that judge Joe does the eye thing I black out and wake up six hours later surrounded by blood. It prevented me from watching the full season last year, and it seems the ‘signature staredown’ is back, argh.
I actually haven’t watched enough to catch on to the “signature stare down”. I think I watched two episodes last season. Is Joe the bald one or the guy with the glasses?
Bald. With pretty much every contestant, at least in the try-outs, he silently tastes the food, chews slowly, and then lowers his chin in kind of a librarian-looking-over-her-glasses-esque manner. Just, as soon as you notice, you can never not notice it again. It wouldn’t even make a good drinking game because you’d most likely die.
From the Zach G article: “after the success of The Hangover Nike contacted him. “We had a conference call,” he says. “The first thing I said was, ‘So, do you guys still have seven-year-olds making your stuff?’” He didn’t get the job.”
Why I love Zach Galifianakis!
This is my new favorite feature. Four for you, Kelly!
I’m glad Judd Apatow is finally using his wife and daughters in one of his movies.
Alternate Joke: That Judd Apatow movie sounds good, but I think I’ll skip buying the DVD. You know they’re just going to release an “Apatow Family Home Movies” boxed set some day.
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