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Richard Lawson
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Feb 2 2012
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Ugh, completely unsurprising that it was Ted Casablanca who asked that question. I was in the press room with him when Jessica Lange won an Emmy for "Grey Gardens" and his question for her, for JESSICA LANGE, was "What do you think about women being cougars?" Lange was just like "Um... I don't know what that is" and Read more

Jul 13 2011
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"They hacked my profile!" is pretty high on the list of lines that should never be found in a piece of dramatic writing.

Mar 15 2011
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The craziest way to think about this stuff: No one else in the entire world who was alive when this woman was born is alive now. She is the last person on Earth from that specific day and year to be alive.

Mar 10 2011
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My favorite cab trick is when it's late and you're at Penn Station and you can stand and watch as all the cabs on 8th Avenue turn on their Off Duty lights so they can charge you an insane flat fee to get home. Around Christmas this year (granted, there was that snow), it cost me $30 to get to Houston & Allen. I Read more

Jan 20 2011
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"We must stop the Taliban from destroying Afghanistan! By... destroying Afghanistan."

Dec 23 2010
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@The Real JR: Et tu, JR? I don't understood why anyone is crowing about omissions here. I mostly picked terrible, unpopular movies. On purpose! How does one make fun of an A Christmas Story fan exactly? There are too many of them, it's too popular. Read more

Dec 23 2010
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@rodmanstreet, girl genius: I didn't review any movies. This is not a Best Christmas Movies list in any respect and it doesn't say that anywhere. These were movies that were easy to stereotype and make fun of. Hugely popular movies like A Christmas Story and Home Alone aren't that. Read more

Dec 23 2010
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@mr_bannana: No, I didn't include it because that movie's fanbase is so big it's not really easy to categorize, jokingly but still, what kind of person likes that movie. Hence the theme of the post. This is not a Generically Popular Christmas Movies list. Did you actually read it?