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Corn Dogs Plus OR MINUS! FOR HIM! IN THIS BAD SITUATION! (Does anybody else have those?)
Grumpy Old Wisemen
The Thin Red and Green Line
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kwanzaa
“ONE MILLION DOLLARS.”
Well now I feel better for being turned on by “Murder, She Wrote” as a kid.
How does that bartender not recognize the guy who ALWAYS wears clown makeup?
WHAT. I’m familiar with Colby (DUH) but since when has he been a Computer For the Lord? Did I miss something in Colby Ep. 0101??
For some reason I was 100% fine with the baby doing the Stanky Leg on a table, but this just seems wrong. Am I racist or are hip-hop parents > metal head parents??
SciFi Channel Original Movie, 1998.
Where are the brooms? I liked the brooms…
More like, Max Records is a BITE risk! ZING!!
Well I was about to go see my local middle school’s adorable rendition of LSoH, but I guess I CAN’T NOW THANKS A LOT YOU GUYYYZ! First Orphan, now this? It’s like a spoiler factory in here, and I don’t mean the things on cars but that would be Spike TV “Very Masculine.”
He lives in a house where everything is 1991. I can’t wait until he discovers Kris Kross and the Super Nintendo.
To be fair, Time isn’t saying Glenn Beck is slowly destroying the very foundation this country stands upon. They’re just asking: “What if he is?” And does he have a house full of Honduran sex slaves in his basement? He probably doesn’t! But somebody has to ask the tough questions.
I wore my balloon shorts to work today. My boss was mad until I showed her this dance. Now every Friday is balloon shorts Friday.
The unemployed heroes line just got a little more Ernie Anastos.
“If you can’t have the revolution, you might as well have a great breakfast.”
I’ve been thinking this one over. It’s really a pretty sad philosophy, although taken out of context, and having not seen the rest of the show, I have no idea if it references something else. But it’s sad nonetheless. I guess if this is in the early eighties, they’re old enough to be young hippies who didn’t get their big cultural revolution and are now stuck in the suburban household they fought so desperately against (the “great breakfast”). It’s sad, when you realize, unlike other generations, they’re forced by society into their own hell. Terrifying. Yet it’s a hell they created themselves. It’s punishment for speaking out against the system. A sad and awful, self-created hell.
Little Prince is your boyfriend. You do drugs in a tiny unstable house on the horizon.
He should write the new Anne Frank movie. Oscars all around.
Vampire Barbies? That’s horrifying. Definitely not appropriate for my teenage son.
Oooohhhh! I remember Prison Prison Break. The best. Very good.
Ronald Dalhhlad who? Don’t you mean Stephenie Meyer, acclaimed voice of the youth?? I only read vampire books. Not this talking animal garbage. Only good things. Like vampires. I’m 14. Vampires.
I liked the part with the penguins.
Sinbad is back??
Lindsay, thank you for not jumping the shark. You > The Internet.
I nominate “Stranger Danger” ten times. That’s like a movie right? I think it’s hard sci-fi.