|Bort - 2011-05-27 |
Brent Spiner played Bob Wheeler, the recurring West Virginian / Sarajevan character on "Night Court". You're just doing this to piss me off.
I do believe you've just failed the test.
|spikestoyiu - 2011-05-27 |
Judge Harry was played by a guy named Harry. That's pretty much impossible to forget.
|Oscar Wildcat - 2011-05-27 |
The crazy ones are always the best in bed...I'm just sayin'.
|charmlessman - 2011-05-27 |
Wow... just wow. The internet has opened up a panoply of crazies and I love it so much. Sometimes I forget how amazing it can be. And then I see a prudish spinster on an exercise machine because she thought Data told her to do it and I'm reminded.
|baleen - 2011-05-27 |
This video is coated in "I want to have sex"
|Millard - 2011-05-27 |
Fuck, look at her book on Amazon:
"This literary love story exposes the 1968 U.S. Gun Control Act, based on Nazi law that hastened the downfall of the United States Constitution. God stationed the authorís ex-husband in Houston, Texas (1994 to 1997), which made it possible for the author to drive to Meyerland, Texas (where Houston-born actor Brent Spiner grew up) to research her scenes for this book. That the love Brent had for the author resulted in this book, forced Jesuits to devastate the author's relationship with Brent.
The author has read the King James Bible from cover to cover over a hundred times and has infused her Bible knowledge into this love story, including her firm conviction that 666 (Revelation 13:18) will be a Roman Catholic pope."
|Robin Kestrel - 2011-05-27 |
CRAZY LADY: "I don't want a bunch of men lusting after me."
IMAGINARY BRENT SPINER: "I don't think you don't have to worry about that."
|eatenmyeyes - 2011-05-28 |
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