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Poor thing must have been really shaken up by the time she got to Oh Canada, because she resorts to using some nonsensical gibberish language just to get through with the whole thing.
Phew. I thought this post was going to be a NDT take down, but it wasn’t, so I’m happy. Phew I say.
omfg, that Acupuncture sketch was so beyond over the top and so fantastic. Wow. Many lolz.
I thought the Martha Stewart commercial was pretty fantastic.
And yes, I was very skeptical of the first Darrell’s house sketch, but oh man, what a payoff. Great stuff.
Nope. I couldn’t give a fraction of a shit. I just find internet outrage, especially about showbiz and celebrities, grade A hilarity. You’re mistaking amusement with outrage.
Last time I checked being rich and successful isn’t some societal and cultural red flag that prohibits you from living in the same world everyone else does, despite what your caps lock key might suggest. Don’t like what the rich guy is doing? Then don’t give him money for his project. Other people want to though, because they like what he does. What on Earth is wrong with this? If anything it’s removing any middlemen and allowing consumers to directly influence what gets produced.
The studio system is bullshit. This isn’t news. Of all mediums, film and television are a couple of the worst when it pertains to preserving an “artist’s” vision, whether you consider Mr. Braff an artist or not. You’re essentially telling someone how to do their job, and also telling fans how to spend their money.
I don’t know about this other viral video nor do I see what it possibly has to do with this.
Faux outrage! RARRRRRR. So mad!!!
“Preying” on his fans. lol. Give me a fucking break. It’s a completely voluntary thing. People are adults. If they want do it, cool. Just because you clearly don’t like the guy and the fact he is successful doesn’t make this double standard any less ridiculous.
For the record: I don’t love the guy either, or his movies, but who gives a shit. I just won’t donate or go see them.
I cannot stop laughing at his first sentence and the look on his face when he finishes it. He’s all “YEP. THAT WAS A GOOD SENTENCE.” It reminds me of the Miss South Carolina maps flub. Just great, great, nonsense. Top comedy.
How did they videotape one of my nightmares?
Wow. I only watched the videos linked here, but umm, those were all very bad. I think the LL Cool J bit was the best, but the rest, ooof.
omg the Moet & Chandon commercial. What a winner that is. The Crystals one was great too, but yes, many lols for that. Well done kids.
Jay Pharoah cold open = Ugghhhhh.
It’s good, honest music, with a really talented performer writin’ and singin’ the tunes. I agree, that their explosion onto the scene has been surprising given the style of music, but I like what they’re doing.
For real on Pharoah. I signed in just to ask why is he on this show? He is such a one trick pony, and that one trick is a bad trick. No more. Stop.
Of course he took his shirt off in the monologue. Ugghhh. This guy.
Also, it was pretty great when he said Maroon 5 and literally not one soul applauded.
How so? Waltz is by far the best performer in that movie, by miles.
That was a nice line, but I liked this sketch better the first time I saw it when it was called Team America.
Also, while I do enjoy fun. (I agree the newest album definitely has some big time misses. Auto-tune, ugghh), they are at the very least a bright spot in the utter wasteland that is pop music these days. Grading on the pop curve, they are actually pretty damn great. In my opinion.
A thousand times yes.
And while fun. definitely has all the markings of a manufactured corporate indie frankenband, they are actually somewhat legitimate (members of former bands joining together at least).
And Nate Ruess can sing like a mofo. Listen to the Format. Then you’ll probably like fun. also.
HAHAHA. Oh man. So nailed it.
Slow news day eh?
Congratulations. So I would hope you would be able to understand that you can use a statistical concept, and a very basic one at that, such as speaking about things on average, without actually conducting a survey and necessitating raw data. On average, generally speaking, women are not as funny as men. I don’t think this is a very contentious issue with people who aren’t wildly sensitive, self righteous, and politically correct. It’s anecdotal, of course, but it shouldn’t be that hard of a concept to grasp.
Other breakthroughs: Cats are not as social as dogs, European people like to smoke, and men are better athletes than women. I don’t have any spreadsheets or bibliographies on hand, but I’m confident my points still hold true in general.
It’s not an argument. It’s the recognition that it is a different point than the one being made in this article. Are women less funny than men on average? Yeah, probably. Are there a number of good and bad reasons for it? Yes. The argument is the first point, not the second one. No one is arguing against the second one.
“No. But they make you hire a certain number of chicks, and they’re always the least funny on the writing staff. The reason why you know more funny dudes than funny chicks is that dudes are funnier than chicks.”
You do understand that the quote above is “literally” not “literally exactly” what he said, right? Being less funny than men != not funny. It’s still not a very nice thing to say, but holy shit people. Read.
Fair point. Also: Ew.
It doesn’t make sense on about 3 levels, but right on.