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Aubrey Plaza is weird in interviews
03/01/15, 15:37

Neither do we.
Aubrey Plaza is weird in interviews
03/01/15, 13:09

>>thank god, I was worried I would never get to hear JHMF extol the deeper virtues of another hot young celebrity again.

Sorry to alarm you. I guess it's pretty obvious that I've been deeply affected by the whole Leonard Nimoy thing, but I'll be fine. Life goes on. Thank you for your concern. WHO are you, again?
Should I Sell my SOLID GOLD Rolex Submariner 16618 ?
03/01/15, 05:49

Who the fuck is this "Archie" person he keeps talking about?
Aubrey Plaza is weird in interviews
03/01/15, 05:33

>>Attractive? Sure. But not funny. What a boring 10 minutes.

Okay, first of all, SO attractive! Though I wouldn't want to date her. I just love watching her. It would be creepy in real life, but she's on TV, so it's completely appropriate.

And yes she is funny, though it's not THAT kind of funny. She gets a lot of talk show gigs because she's interesting and engaging guest, but she doesn't do jokes, and a compilation of Aubrey Plaza like this isn't necessarily going to be a laff riot.

She's not a comedian, She's an actor, and, believe it or not, she's a very good one. Watch her carefully for 3 or 4 Parks and Recreation episodes, and you'll start to comprehend the vulnerability she works very hard at bringing to April. She plays an inexpressive character expressively, and that requires a special skill set.

If you don't think she can act, you're flatly wrong. If you don't think she's funny, well, I can see why you might think that. I think she's at least funnier than your average great-looking TV actress, but... whatever.

PS: I love Aubrey Plaza twice as much since she did the voice of Grumpy Cat. I gave out several copies of "Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever". Does that make me weird? Obviously, it does.
Aubrey Plaza is weird in interviews
02/28/15, 23:17

Now that Parks and Recreation is over (the finale was last Tuesday), I sure hope Aubrey Plaza manages to keep working. I love her, and I love her whole Tuesday Addams thing.
How Feminism Screwed my Generation
02/28/15, 13:36

You know what? I really do believe that Feminism made it harder for me to have relationships with women. It's true what the MRAs say about women not finding feminist men to be sexy. If it ever turns out that the point of history is to clear the way for my penis, it's really going to suck.
The Jewish Roots of Spock's Vulcan Greeting
02/28/15, 13:28

As gratified as I was to find this, I liked the story better the first time I heard it, during an interview on PBS a long long time ago. He was promoting "I am not Spock". You could still sense the boy's sense of wonder and mystery. It was forbidden knowledge. He PEEKED, and that was what he saw. For all of those years, I've loved knowing that Nimoy came by that iconic gesture not only because he was a Jew, but also because he had been a child, a curious boy who peeked. It goes well with the spirit of "Star Trek".
Leonard Nimoy, Majel Barrett and Gary Lockwood in The Lieutenant (1964)
02/28/15, 07:23

So he COULD play human!
Leonard Nimoy on the death of Spock
02/28/15, 07:21

Fascinating. I'd always assumed that Spock's resurrection had been planned all along. Apparently, it was more or less improvised.
Young Spock Meets Old Spock in JJ Abram's Star Trek (2009)
02/28/15, 03:54

Spock is a dynamic character, who has been gradually learning to embrace his human side ever since the first Star Trek movie 30 years ago. This scene represents the completion of that evolution . Except for a brief appearance as a hologram image in the sequel, this was Nimoy's final appearance as Spock, and he's shown telling his younger self to "put aside logic", and "do what feels right". I wish that we could see more of this warm, wry, elderly Spock, who is apparently on his way to becoming the founder of a new Vulcan civilization.

Incidentally, I love the Abrams Star Trek, but it bugs me that the destruction of Vulcan wasn't given the tragic weight it deserved. At the end, everybody's happy that the earth was saved, but Vulcan's catastrophic demise is hardly mentioned. That's sort of callous, and it's also a lost opportunity. The destruction of Vulcan should have been mythic
A scene from Invasion Of the Body Snatchers (1978) feat. Leonard Nimoy
02/27/15, 14:51

I saw this years ago. My favorite part is Kevin McCarthy reenacting the final scene from the 1956 original, running around in traffic yelling "They're here, they're here!"

I wonder if I can get this on Google Play.
R.I.P. Leonard Nimoy
02/27/15, 13:39

I just found out a minute ago, and I came right here.

When Leonard Nimoy appeared in the first JJ Abrams Star Trek in 2009, it was one of the great moments of my moviegoing life, because it was such a wonderful surprise.

I know he directed some movies, but I can't think of a role he played other than Spock. But what a role! I can't imagine StarTrek without Nimoy, and I can't imagine 21st century Nerd culture without Star Trek. I can remember walking around with my dad in Manhattan in the 60s (I was Ten) and Spock posters were in every bookstore. Spock was an icon, and he represented what was special about Star Trek. Spock was the mysterious stranger, with an outsiders view of humanity. He was solitary, isolated. In other words, to quote Kirk's eulogy, he was the most human.

To be typecast as an extraterrestrial would seem to be the worst thing that could happen to an actor, but Nimoy came to embrace the character. Over the years, Spock and Nimoy aged beautifully together. Spock became wiser and more comfortable, it would seem, with his human half. Logic, he said, was the beginning of wisdom, not the end of it.

Nimoy declined to appear in "Generations", a good call, in my opinion. Asked if he was finished with Star Trek, he smiled and said it would be foolish to ever say that he was finished with Star Trek.

He was pretty lucky. He got to be an important part of something important, and he was very good at it. He was born to be the greatest pop culture extraterrestrial of the century.

Congratulations. Thank you.
Meet Tomatan
02/26/15, 08:49

This isn't really practical, at least until someone invents a salt shaker robot.
Meet Tomatan
02/25/15, 22:41

What this video obviously needs:

http://youtu.be/Zyum3OfpLC4
48 Hours Mystery: Fall From Grace
02/25/15, 22:33

Seriously, species, what the fuck.

It was sort of off-putting to see Tyler talk about being charismatic, but other people said the same thing about him, and in the end it didn't seem like bragging so much as addressing what it was about him that got him into trouble.

I think the "cult" is the IHOP, which is behaving the way cults behave
in these situations, ducking all responsibility, digging in and circling the wagons. In that context, Tyler fell into the role of leader of his small, tragically idealistic group, but a real cult hangs onto its power. Tyler's group of friends blew apart very quickly.

Because of harmful religious doctrines, Tyler was in denial about being gay, and now he's not. That's huge. Many struggle for a lifetime. I don't think of sexual predators as being capable of that kind of introspection and growth. I think of sexual predators as acting out a pattern over and over again, but Tyler has made a break, and he's taking responsibility for his share of what went wrong, but all he really did was deal with being gay the way he was taught.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: UK Labour Party
02/25/15, 21:17

It warms my heart to see that our friends across the pond are also capable of losing their shit over silly symbolic non-issues.
48 Hours Mystery: Fall From Grace
02/24/15, 22:08

Another "Pray the gay away" success story.

What I'd really like to know more about is this "international house of prayer" business. They were supposed to be the adults here, and they're the ones who are protecting b their asses, and they may well have manipulatej Michael into a false confession.

I thought I was going to hate the gay kid, but he seems to be the only person who has learned anything, or taken any responsibility. This looks like a case of two bright beautiful young people who were set on a collision course because of their fucked up religious upbringing.
48 Hours Mystery: Fall From Grace
02/24/15, 20:40

15:00 "Was he your lover'?
I love his answer.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Elected Judges
02/24/15, 17:32

What's this? Judge Pander doesn't like criminals? Neither do I!
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Elected Judges
02/24/15, 17:26

Dill is awesome in hummus, no shit.

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