|Rodents of Unusual Size |
This one is for Caminante. Contains some of the footage from the other clip plus some more completely awesome 80s-ness.
the windshield crack graphics deserve an extra five stars of their own.
|Tuan Jim |
Yay, Helen Hunt
|Caminante Nocturno |
"I'll get the nurse!"
"No, the paramedic!"
"Get an ambulance!"
Now, why did I laugh at that?
|Man Who Fights Like Woman |
I'm glad you're all sane!
WE'RE ALL SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANE!
|Doctor Arcane |
Oh no! Helen Hunt!
Read the wiki page on PCP, the "Recreational Usage" section if you want to be grossed out.
Oh, sure, you just ASSUME that guy ate that woman's lungs because he was on PCP.
Did you ever stop to consider that maybe lungs are delicious? Fuckin' narc.
Kids these days!
Man that teacher doesn't even wait until the corpse is scooped off the ground before launching into morality play mode.
Anyway, Helen Hunt's greatest acting moment is clearly a tie between Twister and Pay it Forward.
I told her to her face that I really loved her work in TRANCERS 2: THE RETURN OF JACK DETH.
I hate being caught smoking grass Js with my colleagues.
|mountain dew insimination |
The whole "licking the bowl" analogy is great, I'm going to start using that on reluctant girls.
Adults do liquor. Ain't that the truth.
|big pincers |
shit, helen hunt must have been born looking like she was 40. however, that teacher is kind of hot. I want her to do sexy nazi cosplay
Thank you, I never would have seen that if you hadn't pointed it out to me.
This isn't Angel Dusted, this is Desperate Lives. Her character's name in Angel Dusted is Lizzie, not Sandy, as screamed in this clip by her brother played by Doug McKeon (the kid from Mischief).
I'll tell you what REALLY killed them:
Falling from things.
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