|infinite zest |
I saw him on something recently, but he's pretty busy with Bob's Burgers and Mr. Pickles, if that's still on. He's got a great voice, but for whatever reason I just kinda laugh when I see his face (handsome as it is.) He's probably cool to hang out with too.
If only he'd read this thread a week ago I could've been all his, but I sort of have a girlfriend now. But I'm always down for threeways..
you could be both to each other
Can we still see other people though? Last thing I want to see is a notification on tinder or okcupid that says he logged in the day after, but wait.. I guess that means I did too or else I wouldn't have known.
look at that face and decide if you can trust it
I love you all so much. Lurking here for like 8 years now and I feel like I know your made up personas so well.
|Crab Mentality |
This, and the other acts of the same sketch are so simple, yet so good.
The best Jay Johnston bit on Mr. Show is the mustard/mayo commercial where he's mustard mayo Abraham Lincoln and he's breaking the POWs out of prison.
Gets me every time.
hehe.. I love that one. I think this is still my favorite though
although the clip cuts out the best part where it cuts to "Globochem Technology Solutions" or whatever it was..
I love how it's such a perfect parody of the "1984" Apple commercial, and as far as I know I hadn't seen the original until well after Mr. Show, so I didn't get the reference and it was still funny.
And to answer fluffy's unanswered question in that video about which came first, it appears that Dijonnaise is not a trademarked product, so Hellman's has theirs' and Best Foods has the one with the Duke of Earl parody, but other companys produce Dijonnaise as well. The earliest commercial I could find was from 1993, so the real product came first. And they still make it. And people continue to buy it.
I just prefer the hilarity of mixing the two in the first place. Unless there's something I don't know about the preservation process, the mayonnaise will indeed expire well before the mustard, and if you like the two together you're still better off getting a jar of grey poupon or something and a small thing of mayonnaise, which you can mix with other things, like ketchup or siriacha or cream cheese. Unless you just like it so much that everything has to be slathered in mustard and mayonnaise at the same time, it's really a waste of money.
I'm a huge fan of his "LEMME AT 'IM" bit.
Paul F. Tompkins posted a pic the other day of all of the Mr. Show guys in a room together working onů something new? Too good to be true, if it is.
Yes, also Scott Aukerman mentioned that there will be some mr show announcment soon on a recent who charted ep
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