|Granuaile - 2008-03-27 |
You better take some star sprinkles!
|Konversekid - 2008-03-27 |
"The Soup: Fridays a 10PM on E!"
|Sean Robinson - 2008-03-27 |
The sense that most of these things are done for the sole purpose of busting up interns and PAs of the show appeals to me.
Nah, it isn't canned. They yell out in-jokes and shit throughout the show. I'm pretty sure it is filmed inside an E! conference room with the staff just behind the camera.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-03-27 |
These four stars are entirely for the horse-riding sequence.
Better make it three.
|KnowFuture - 2008-03-27 |
man don't even JOKE about that.
|AgentOrange - 2008-03-27 |
He's pretty convincing, and kinda pretty too.
|Corman's Inferno - 2008-03-27 |
5 for the dog alone.
|Cinnamon Imperialist - 2008-03-27 |
I should hate this. this many stars is going to ruin my internet cred.
|TheDevilsDictionary - 2008-03-27 |
Talk Soup was such a great show when I would catch it in the 90s. I was surprised when I turned this on a while ago and found it was still pretty funny.
|Mad Struggle - 2008-03-27 |
A little bit of everything, yet still filling.
|cognitivedissonance - 2008-03-27 |
Seattle misses him. *sniff*
|NoCode - 2008-03-27 |
A super sparkly 5 stars for BETTER TAKE SOME STAR SPRINKLES!
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-03-28 |
I don't know why I find this funny, as I've never found that guy funny. 5 stars for surprising me.
|Hooper_X - 2008-03-28 |
-1 star for it not being the ACTUAL Rainbow Brite movie, which I never saw all the way through as a kid, and still vaguely wonder how it ends (I'm guessing "Rainbow Brite and her friends Save The Day.")
|Richmond - 2009-01-11 |
Tough one. Guess I'll have to do the math.
+2 for a grown man humiliating himself
-1 for intent and irony
-1 for enjoying it (Flanders v. Simpson "Sunday Dress Reference" ), total = +0
+1 for talking animals
Penalties for failed or inept attempts at humour do not apply in this borderline case, reason: unacknowledged incongruity / peripheral to narrative. Refer to case of Saget v. Dogs et al., (1992)
+1 (mandatory) for unexpected flying horse
+1 (aggregate) structural irony (Rainbow Brite with beard), 1980s pop culture reference, unbridled enthusiasm for aforementioned flying horse
-1 (aggregate) premise supremacy, laugh track, feelings of shame upon contemplating showing this at a YouTube party
= 3 stars.
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