|The Mothership - 2014-11-25 |
I love how Katie gets more and more passive-aggressive (and regular aggressive) towards Willard as the show goes on.
|Maggot Brain - 2014-11-25 |
Oh, shit! Captain & Tennille!
|infinite zest - 2014-11-25 |
Hey Barney! Come back next year!
|EvilHomer - 2014-11-26 |
Garfield at 55:20.
Toby the Giant Dog (with moving mouth and paws!) at 1:07:00.
Bettie Boop at 1:28:00 (no uspkirt).
Barney the Dinosaur at 1:44:00.
Sonic the Hedgehog at 1:53:20. (Katie is totally reading off a cue card and clearly has no idea who Sonic is)
Lambchop's Gargantuan Float o' Death at 2:07:00.
Also, at 44:20, a well-timed camera cut makes it look like the John Candy-looking announcer guy is calling the NYPD a bunch of clowns.
YEP, THAT'S HIS NAME. SONIC 3D BLAST, THE FAMOUS VIDEO ARCADE MONSTER.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2014-11-26 |
Is there a single musical from the 90s that isn't horrendously embarrassing to watch live?
God I hate Rent.
|urbanelf - 2014-11-26 |
YEAH HE LOOKS LIKE HE COULD HAVE BEEN ONE OF THE BALLOONS GET IT LOL
|cognitivedissonance - 2014-11-26 |
I have never understood parades. Ever.
They're basically big long lines of people. Sometimes they have floats and balloons, other times it's just people marching.
In a context of peer bonding and community cohesion, parades traditionally represent a regular opportunity for a community to really see everybody else in the community (or at least a significant portion of) and be reminded who they really live next to. Like how the 4th of July Parade in a small, Oregon town reminded me that I lived next to a bunch of bigots, religious nutjobs and farmers. The farmers were mostly nice, I'll miss them cause I'm moving to California.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-11-29 |
How many more years will they pretend this crap matters?
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