I am a bachelor. I eat cold pasta, right out of the refrigerator. I eat week old leftovers. I wash every damn thing in cold water. And, I use a dishrag that’s long past it’s expiration date. (I do use an anti-bacterial dish washing liquid, though) Yet, I live. I am the cockroach of the human species. I can’t wait to…
I was a music major in college. Trust me, it gives new meaning to the terms “G string” and “F hole.”
And does anyone else remember Dark Seed?
Definitely riffing on H.R. Giger’s imagery of Li Tobler for that Alien poster.
Boba Fett remembers Jabba’s barge very differently than I do
The bigger problem, to me at least, is that they didn’t actual establish Jean Grey as a character again because they were so busy with Xavier/Magneto/Mystique. Which is exactly the same thing they did last time.
“No one’s really gone.”
Send Jim Rash in his place, let Rash stand on stage and just make up Moby stories (all of which hopefully end with “those aren’t thumbs”).
There was an even bigger goof in this scene, where Grey Worm told Tyrion he wasn’t allowed to speak, then immediately forgot and let Tyrion give a long speech that decided the future of Westeros instead.
I disagree, there was no poetry to their acrobatics. I liked the retcon explanation that Obi-Wan’s fighting style had become more streamlined, thus the simple fight with Maul in Rebels. More than that though, in this clip Obi-Wan’s fighting style doesn’t reflect the prequel’s Obi-Wan’s style. Vader was a little bit…
So to borrow a phrase from Mr. Plinkett, “they made it more bigger and more better-er”?
Well, they shared a look. Guess petting a string of mocap tennis balls wasn’t in the budget.
Hated, hated, hated everything about it, but mostly the tired trope of fatness being a byproduct of depression and laziness. And the Fortnite.
there was an obscure series in the late nineties called Fisticuffs that served as the basis of most of the plots, but to save on production they set it as a 1970s romp through bureaucracy, and Tyler Durden was a guy who would arrange allthe office’s files by pig latin and not normal English, i mean he did lots of…
there was an obscure series in the early oughts called May I Hack You that served as the basis of most of the plots, but to save on production they set it as a 1970s romp through the bureaucracy, and Mr Robot was a guy who de-collated the alphabetized records for Freeholds along the M-29. There was a token flaming gay…
This sucks! I love this show. And I don’t think it had any trouble balancing the humor with the body count. The only real problem it had was holding on to great supporting actors who were given their own shows.
I said the same “thing” (kill me) about the Carpenter influence on the AV Club’s article.
i mean on paper great, but, we all know the things gonna be filled with penis drawings :/