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This is so exciting! Especially since I live in LA and have to miss out on all the fun anyway! You know, everyone told me I wouldn’t accomplish anything by sitting in bed in the dark all day. Well, in their collective, well-paid, rosy cheeked faces because I’m going to celebrate applying for this with some (most likely) rancid stickmeat and a hearty round of fist pumping.
Parks and Rec was great last night! It is weird how much time Rashida Jones spends at the office considering she doesn’t work there and also has another job which would normally be a full-time gig. Nurse Jackie would probably be so mad at all the shifts she’s missing! With the League, I almost wish they didn’t have any women on there so they could focus on this boy’s club they’ve created. Because one woman that is super into football doesn’t really negate the horrible, uptight wife that grates my nerves. I’m also in love with Taco, so having a show without women would make it easier for me to fantasize. My life is tears of a clown very sad.
I watched this a few years ago when my friend picked it out in the movie store. The whole thing is TBS very funny and Gary Busey is Night of the Living Dead very scary. I’m totally gonna rent this tomorrow. Hope my friends are ready to puke up laughter! My life is tears of a clown very sad.
Holy shit, Community and 30 Rock were good last night. “How did you find the time to eat a diaper you found on the beach?” I laughed so hard, my children will probably be born laughing. But It’s Always Sunny sort of let down. Artemis is never not funny when you put her in a scene but the whole America vs. the Taliban wrestling thing and the thing with the N-word, I dunno, I like to LAFF hard and very vigorously, but it made me kind of uncomfortable. By the time they got to the actual wrestling scene it just felt like they were just doing anything to get a laugh. It wasn’t half as funny as the wrestling scene in Hundred Dollar Baby. Then again, I’m still studying to get my Masters in It’s Always Sunny so what do I know? “Oh, you got kids, man?”
“Nahhh…not anymore.” The best.
For all the missteps they’ve had this season, I think It’s Always Sunny just killed it last night. It even made up for that weird episode where they were sponsored by Dave And Buster’s. Anytime you have Sweet Dee dry-heaving, you have gold. When you have Dee, Mac, and Frank dry-heaving? You have Cash for Gold as far as I’m concerned. Plus Green Man! The whole re-telling reminded me of “Who Pooped The Bed?” Our relationship’s going to be REAL HOME RUN!
Last night’s Sunny made me sad (although I taped it anyway because I like to rewatch shows on my old timey VHS tapes in a crazy vintage machine called a VCR – Gabe knows all about these I’m sure) because for the most part it was lackluster and obviously brand sponsored. But I did laugh hard and very vigorously when Frank sliced his finger with that super knife and Dee started dry heaving and said she could see the bone. Unfortunately I couldn’t watch any of the other shows because VCRs only record one channel at a time. It’s the price I pay for modern technology.
My favorite thing about this is the tags. The only thing standing between Zach Galifianakis and death is Willard Scott! I bet there’s some foreshadowing there. Or, it’s just alphabetical.
Oh my god, I thought I was through dying from greatness when I read the Cougartown recap (and then proceeded to send it to all three of my friends while screaming “PROMISE YOU WILL READ THIS!” at them) but dammit, Mary HK Choi, you just blew me away. I don’t even watch Grey’s Anatomy and now I might actually like it. Please do this a lot more. Like, A LOT MORE.
Beauty Pageants in the Midwest are dangerous and intense when Kirstie Alley is in charge of them.
I was a little sad they didn’t freeze frame each of the awful teenagers (sorry, CAST MEMBERS) and put a “where are they now?” type thing next to them. Like freeze frame PC: After graduating high school and moving to LA, PC got a job at a dry cleaners in Chinatown and now lives with two roommates above a seafood shop. He still submits his portfolio and headshots and attends open call acting gigs (or whatever he wants to do in life). Sebastien went to Africa for a week to help out, and then stole a T-Mobile cell phone from a local to call his dad to order a private jet plane back to New York. He currently works at the Gap and attends a weekly therapy session to help him with his temporary shampoo addiction.
Oh well. I’ll just wait for the reunion. Which was inevitably happen in Hell.
I went to this the first time around when it came to the Troubadour in LA. It’s awesome and incredible to see those guys do their thing live. Plus if you stand close enough to the stage, you’re basically within touching distance to Charlie Day, and I don’t know what a girl could want more.