Some of us are trying to nail Catherine the Great... or should I say, Catherine the So-So!
This has always intrigued me. Reducing important people from other cultures to a parody. On the one hand, totally insensitive dick move. On the other, no one is “saintly” enough to deserve protection from parody. So, that leads to the next problem. Can you make an important figure a parody without being a complete…
Thanks for sharing this. I never heard of this show but now I’d like to see it. Seems to me those politicians are guilty of gross misuse of a hunger strike. I tried to think about how I would feel if MLK were portrayed in a similar way. Would I be as bent out of shape as those politicians? Then I remembered a…
This was one of my favorite shows of all time. I was also about 12 and a little awkward south asian american kid who got super pissed when the show was canceled; thank you so much for writing this it’s... making me understand a lot of my feelings.
The “very special episode” where they killed off The Ponce was one of the greatest things I’ve ever seen on TV.
Hey, get off my dinghy!
“One of my classmates chose Hitler”
Put me in a room with Melania Trump and Philip Glass and guess who I’m going to fanboy over.
I mean he is very handsome
I imagine if Beyoncé were standing next to Melania here in the States we’d see something similar
I mean...the sexy goldfish is kinda great. If you’re gonna be a sexy anything, I say go with the unexpected every time. I once went to a party as a sexy spoon and it was my favorite costume ever.
Who wants to fuck a goldfish?
It’s the cushioning of the “We don’t want to start a witch hunt...” that takes the argument from legit to almost patronizing. In fact, Feig could have left everything up to “but” out, and his quote takes on a whole new, more significant meaning. The cushioning leaves in that area of doubt, where the target has to…
but if there’s a pattern of behavior going on, we want people to know about it
I think you’re forgetting that men’s convenience is more important than women’s safety.
Oh look more reasons to ban millennials.
A choice quote from my friend after informing her of this partnership:
“Taco Bell is the reason I can’t fit into their regular sizes so that makes no sense”
This is some world-class fashion fuckups, and I say that having grown up in the 1980s. I can’t even tell what tone this is supposed to hit: is it supposed to be ‘winking cynicism’? Is it ‘knowingly ironic’? ‘Cheerfully sincere’?