Friday, April 06, 2007

Dharmalars: Left Behind


The Dharmalars return, this time with Engineer Jeff, to bring you their points of view on episode 3x15 of LOST. Jimmy has fallen sick this week and will not be able to put out a segment. Hopfully he will be able to make his triumphant return for his special Monday show. Get well soon, bro. We have a few more calls for Producer Ryan's going away and some great call for the You All Everybody Segment.


Playlist
Showdown- E.L.O.
Hot Night- Laura Branigan
American Gladiators- Bill Conte
Blackbird- Tony Sandler/Ralph Young
He's A Mighty Good Leader- Beck
Theme From the Tiki Wonder Hour- Combustable Edison

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119 comments:

memphish said...

Where is everyone?

Holli

memphish said...

Get well soon Jimmy. I hope Producer Jeff giggles. And I hope this finally gets Rump Shaker out of my head.

Holli

Ralph- said...

he does not giggle. we were either not on our A-Game or he just held it in as to not ruin the riveting conversation.

memphish said...

Calling Jeff Engineer Jeff made me think of this.

Holli

Ralph- said...

she is way hotter than jeff.

PalmerEldritch said...

yeah, forget jeff. who's this choo choo girl?

/will listen to the dharmalars when i get home from work

memphish said...

See all the things you learn when you've got a kid.

So far I'm enjoying the podcast and I can't believe Jeff didn't giggle during the STD conversation.

Holli

stephsmith said...

I like Juliet. But I'm a Skater.

memphish said...

Don't get me totally wrong, I like the fact that Juliet is on the show; she's working out much better than Ana LuLu did. But I wouldn't trust her any farther than I can throw her over my shoulder.

Holli

Ralph- said...

it looked like he was trying to hold it in. i am sure if he keeps doing the show, he will warm up to us. i hope he sticks around, cause he is showing up with us to comic con. he might as well stick with the show. we'll see

memphish said...

Someone needs to make a picture of Ralph with Karl's glowing blue glasses so we'll all know what he's going to look like on Saturday.

Holli

Jordan from the 206 said...

So who is seeing Grindhouse tonight?

Colin said...

I am. Yeah, bitches.

I love me some exploitation movies.

PalmerEldritch said...

i was kinding of hoping that Producer Ryan was just punking us all for April Fool's Day. would of been pretty sweet.

JonJon said...

I sound like a fuckin' tool on the dharma-line, I'm never calling again. :(

Anonymous said...

downloading now for the bus ride home. we'll just see if this engineer jeff can hold a candle to producer ryan. we'll. just. see.

listened to the Official Lost Podcast. Is it me or do they answer the question "Will Rousseau have a flashback" on every podcast?

i submitted my first podcast to iTunes (720podcast.blogspot.com) how long does it normally take for them to approve it?

andrew.

Ralph- said...

it takes a while. itunes is sort of slow that way

elias said...

Great podcast again brothas, shame about Jimmy. I thought youse guys might try a music segment.

Especially liked the story about that poor waitress.

Ralph- said...

i thought about doing a segment, but i dont think that i would be able to do it justice. a lot of kates theme, a little bit of lockes theme. pretty standard music in this episode. i am sure we will get some good cues next week

memphish said...

It didn't seem to me there was that much music in the episode. Lots of the Vertigo-inspired Kate's theme, but not much more. No music in the fight scenes. I was hoping they'd use the music from Jack's fights with Ethan, but no.

Holli

Jordan from the 206 said...

Listening to the 'cast right now. I have no problem with Jimmy playing hooky. It's fucking glorious outside in Seattle right now. But Jimmy is sick, that's right. ;)

t-dot kim said...

Seriously, Ben??

That's B.BS = blogspot bullshit

elias said...

just saw The Office. That's gotta be one of the best this season.

I loved Dwight's Heroes reference and, of course, the return of Andy Bernard.

Ralph- said...

bbs. i guess some people are too cool for the blogspot.

have a good weekend. i am off to see grindhouse, get my eyes checked and go to an angels game

GO HALOS!

stephsmith said...

Ben, if you read this, I would talk to you on a bbs. I can see where Aimee and others wouldn't want change though. This is pretty sweet.
Jon, we all sound like tools when we call in. That's the point. Oh, I wanted to ask you- what did you sing?
Andrew, downloading as we speak. I always meant to ask if there was a place where we could hear your show. I will subscribe as soon as it's available on iTunes.
Where is Aimee?
Not interested in Grindhouse. I would like to hear how The Lookout is.

JonJon said...

I sang Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen, and quite frankly I ruled.

Anonymous said...

Great call JonJon! Keep em coming. Ben, what a dharmalamo. Too cool for school I guess. Whatever dude. Have fun on your BBS (Big Bag'o Shit). Where was Dre??? The show sucks without him. Forget BBS, how about BBD? Bring Back Dre.

stephsmith said...

Andrew, your show is great. Radio leaves alot to be desired here in Birmingham. You can't find anything that sounds like that here.

Anonymous said...

Engineer Jeff might not have provided the laff-trax but the podcast sounded great. welcome aboard, toot toot!

Ben - we will bury you.

Stephanie - thanks for checking it out. That's not actually my radio show. That's the podcast for my record store where i play the part of producer ryan. i'm really glad you enjoyed it though!
now that i'm figuring out the podcast stuff, i might try to get my radio show up too.

andrew.

PalmerEldritch said...

hey, dharmalars. great podcast. almost did a spit take during one part. do not drink while listening to Ralph and Ben.

it was a little strange without Ryan in the background but i think we'll muddle through. it was really nice to hear from Producer Ryan too. what's the background on the Island he's off to?

stephsmith said...

I've done that, palmer. Water out of my nose.
http://www.catalina.com/main.html
I can't believe that place don't have internet.

elias said...

it looks like a beautiful escape. the view out of my window is dreary english concrete.

Ralph- said...

steph, i cant believe that catalina is only like 35 miles away from my house in anaheim.

Ralph- said...

Even though i swore up and down that Nikki and Paulo's theme resembled the horn section of Rump Shaker, i recieved the following message.....


Unfortunately, I didn't even hear what they were going to use for
that scene in the strip club. When I was working on it, there wasn't
anything put in that scene yet, so I saw the final club music at the
same time you did.

Sorry!

mg


I STAND CORRECTED.

MB said...

Wow! I heard it too Ralph - G-man must have pulled it out of the zeitgeist or something.

Colin said...

God, that's so amazing that Giacchino replies to your emails...you just need to get him to listen to the show.

Hey, does anyone have an classic episodes of MYOKOM w/ SAS? I am yearning to listen to Dylan and Craig (or Craig and Ryan).

stephsmith said...

doesn't have internet

PalmerEldritch said...

ralph, you're fast becoming MG's favorite e-mail buddy. that is freakin'fantastic. i also like the Locke quote in your post there.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catalina_Island
everyone look for the connection to Craig from the original SAS. he who figures it out first, wins. and, yes, it's a very tenuous connection but it relates to something he and Aimee have in common (besides LOST).

memphish said...

Dog named Wrigley?

Holli

Colin said...

Damn, Holli. You beat me by seconds.

Aimee and Craig both happen to have dogs.

elias said...

"It is every Englishman’s dream to fly over London in a hot air balloon with his pasty arse hanging over the side, and take a great big dump on the Houses of Parliament, while singing the Eton Boating Song."

Thanks to Harry Hutton for this gem.

Just wishing everybody on the blogspot a happy Easter. I'm off to get drunk in the fine drinking establishments of London.

memphish said...

Palmer where are you with the answer?

Holli
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PalmerEldritch said...

catalina island was once used by William Wrigley Jr for the Chicago Cubs' spring training. Wrigley is Craig's dog. aimee has a dog (so does Kim... Tiger Woods the dog?). and Holli wins!

/it was a LOSTish connection... sort of.

memphish said...

Elias' post makes me wish I were in London, but not at Parliament, just in case.

Holli

memphish said...

And I have 2 dogs.
Sadie and Jake both snoozing hard at this moment. Finally, I'd like to thank all the little people who made this win possible. Man, I need a life.

Holli

stephsmith said...

Before I die I will drink ale in a pub in London, right after I break out in song in a Parisian cafe. Hiking in Oregon and Washington is on the list also. Camping and fishing in Alaska too. Napping in a hammock in the Florida Keys. Wanna see the architecture in Austria. I better get busy.

Catalina is where Natalie Wood drown and where Phil Hartman was shot by his wife, both tragedies.

memphish said...

And The Sound of Music tour in Austria too Steph. Be sure not to miss that. My sister and I sang all over Salzburg and environs.

Holli

PalmerEldritch said...

Haggis in Scotland.

What? You don't like haggis?

memphish said...

Haggis nowhere. No chitlins or menudo either.

Holli

stephsmith said...

I want to see this movie. I'll be surprised if it's released near me. And .

memphish said...

Steph, the first link doesn't work for me.

Holli

stephsmith said...



Hot Fuzz

Sorry.

Jordan from the 206 said...

That's a cool list Steph. The only problem is that I've found that with the more cool places you visit in the world, the more you want to see. But that shouldn't deter you from seeing and doing as much as you can.

I spent 5 months backpacking throughout Europe a couple years ago and have been itching to travel again ever since. I went to London, Paris, French Riviera, the Swiss Alps, Vienna, Berlin, Nuremberg, Venice, Cinque Terre, Florence, Rome, Sicily, Athens, Cyprus, and Cairo. It was incredible, but at the same time made my boring life back at home all the lamer. The day I came home I wanted to go back right away. And in the 2 years since all the traveling I've done was to Kansas City and Chicago to watch the Seahawks play. Missouri is nice and all, but it's not exactly Paris. lol.

Traveling is the coolest thing you can ever do in my personal opinion. There's so much out there to see and experience. So many people in the States never venture outside their state, let alone the country, and could care less. To me the thrill of getting outside of your comfort zone is incredible. You hit on one of my favorite subjects if you haven't noticed. lol.

And oh yeah, if it comes down to choosing between Oregon and Washington, I highly suggest you go with us up north. Not only is it more beautiful, there's a ton more to do here. But I'm biased. ;)

Jordan from the 206 said...

Yes, Hot Fuzz looks good. If it's anything like Shaun of the Dead, it will be outstanding.

Why wouldn't it be released in Alabama? Do they not take kindly to British films down there? lol.

memphish said...

Jordan, I agree about the travel stuff. My husband and I both love it. I'd much rather spend my money on travel than house things or clothes. As a result my house is half put together and I don't have a new Easter outfit, but I've been to Europe 6 times, Australia once, and lived in Japan. I've also been to Canada, Mexico and the Caymans and about 40 of the States.

When I win the lottery (power of positive thinking) one of the first things I'm going to do is visit every baseball park in MLB combining 2 of my favorite things, travel and baseball.

Holli

Jordan from the 206 said...

Sounds cool. That would be a ton of fun. What team do you root for? I'm trying to think of what's close to Memphis. Cardinals? Braves?

stephsmith said...

Have you been here, Jordon?
http://www.freefoto.com/browse.jsp?id=14-10-0


Speaking of tours, Holli...
http://www.britishtours.com/prideandprejudice.html?gclid=CMzrxKOysYsCFSKOgQodaDH7yg

memphish said...

Jordan, I'm hesitant to say it, but I'm a Braves fan. I have to say I've earned it and am not a johnny-come-lately bandwagoner though. I grew up 1 1/2 hours from the old stadium. We used to pay $2 to sit in the outfield and yell at the Right Fielder in the years of 100 loss seasons. I've got the bright blue cap from cap night to prove it.

On the plus side, my parents got to go to 3 World Series games in '96 when the Braves manage to take a 2-0 lead against the Yankees and blow it losing all 3 games in Atlanta. Given their current payroll, I don't hold out much hope for them this year. I wish Turner would buy the team back.

Memphis is a Cardinals town. We're only 5 hours from St. Louis and we have their AAA franchise. I've still managed to infect son and husband with Brave mania though.

Going to check Steph's links now.

Holli

Jordan from the 206 said...

No Steph, I haven't.

But this was one of the coolest places I have ever visited. It's 5 small coastal villages along the Italian Riviera. It's like nothing else I've ever experienced.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinque_Terre

http://homepage.sunrise.ch/homepage/avong/
cinque_terre/the_five_villages.htm

http://www.cinqueterre.it/en/index.asp

And speaking of hiking, you can spend an entire day hiking up in the hills between each of the 5 villages. When I did it, it was pooring raining and I was falling all over the place. I have some pretty cool pictures I took if I can find them.

memphish said...

Steph, I'm a BBC version of P&P person. If they'd throw in Colin Firth jumping in the lake, I'd be all over it/him. I love all those references in the Bridget Jones novels.

Holli

stephsmith said...

jordan, you have got to share the pictures. I didn't care about leaving the country until I was encouraged to learn about other people and places by my 8 year old. The kid will be a world traveler like you.

Jordan from the 206 said...

That's awesome. Sounds like a cool kid.

Nice to chit chat with you two ladies today. I hate working on Saturday. Although I get off early today due to Easter. Woo hoo!

stephsmith said...

I have to share this funny story. Morgan asked me if I had her Easter Basket ready for the Easter Bunny. She said she knew the Easter Bunny doesn't exist. I asked if she believed in Santa Claus. She said she believed there's a 75% chance that there is a Santa Claus. She's still holding out hope.:)

PalmerEldritch said...
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PalmerEldritch said...

steph, your kid is awesome. :)

and Hot Fuzz looks good. hopefully, i can convince the girlfriend to come along to see it. no zombies or epic war scenes, so i think i have a pretty good chance.

i like Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (despite Simon Pegg's crappy role as "Inexplicably Frozen Man" on Doctor Who). Shaun of the Dead is fantastic. however, i tried watching "Spaced" a few months ago and couldn't make it ten minutes into the first episode before i gave up. oops.

/now with less grammar mistakes

Jordan from the 206 said...

Steph, Here's a couple pics from the Cinque Terre showing the villages and the trail between them. Ignore the goofy guy in the hat.
One
Two
Three
Four
Five

elias said...

The Italian Riviera looks lovely. I've only been to Venice which is stunning.

This is where I always go in Greece:

monemvasia

oldmap

lowertown

stephsmith said...

Thank you, guys. Gorgeous pictures. I must go since I am of Greek and Italian decent.

Colin said...

Jordan, that looks fucking amazing. I've wanted to travel around Europe and South America for my entire life, but I haven't had a chance.

Anonymous said...

watching Homicide Season 4. Terry O'quinn was just on as the father of a victim. John Locke sportin' a mustache, maybe a possitble alternative to a flashback rug job.

andrew.

Mike Campbell said...

hey everyone, just got back from road trippin it. Still haven't seen lost so i can't rush to listen to the Cast but that will be fixed soon. Glad to see the blog has been going crazy. Hope everyone had a good week!

stephsmith said...

Welcome back, Mike. You were missed.
I've been wondering about something. What if the writers wanted to make Wayne an actual child molester or sexual abuser but the network wouldn't allow the story to go down that road? Do you guys think that's a possibility? On his podcast, RDM said he fought the network about how far he could go with Starbuck's child abuse.
I have another question for ya. How come I pay for TBS and such and I still have to watch sooo many commercials? Even more than the big three. What's up with that?

PalmerEldritch said...

happy easter to those who celebrate! to those who don't, sale on jelly beans at the stores tomorrow.

stephsmith said...

http://www.baxterbulletin.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070407/NEWS01/704070333/1002/NEWS01

goofball said...

Black Donnellys has been cancelled. That sucks. Half the shows I like get axed early.

Carnivale canceled after 2 seasons without answering a lot of plot lines.

Space Above and Beyond knew they were getting canceled so quickly wrapped it up in the first season.

Firefly not even a whole season.

Hope my karma doesn't work against
Lost and Heroes.

memphish said...

The smoke bomb company is located in the little town my family spent Fall Break in--Mountain Home, Arkansas. That also means it's not too far from Aimee. Did Aimee have something to do with Kate and Jack being gassed?

Holli

elias said...

meanwhile here is the shitty pilot schedule for 2007:

tvcom

Young woman (detective/ executive/ whatever) balances her career and her family, blah, blah...

MB said...

Hey peoplz,
OUt of town at the moment but literally was having BSW (blospot withdrawal).

Going back up the thread:
Steph - Must support everyone's enouragement of travelling. I have been a number of places including Australia/New Zealand, Britain, Europe, Bali, and Latvia (my mothers home-country). It sounds simple, but it always amazes me how there's something unique about every place on Earth, and it makes each place interesting, even for a day maybe, if you look for it. And if you ever make it up to the Northwest, give a ring - we can show you around. However...

Jordan - re: Washington is better - don't make me drive 3 hours north to deliver a bitchslap (I am of course totally joking - I love Seattle). But I will give a plug for Portland and Oregon, it is an f-ing gorgeous town and skiing, the beach, the Columbia Gorge, hiking, and about a zillion other things are all within a half-hour of town.

So, Steph - you've got friends in Washington and Oregon.

Palmer - You didn't like Simon Pegg in that Dr. Who episode? I thought he was one of the better elements in a kind of lackluster story.

Boy I'm just Mr. disagreement today - sorry. It is actually really nice to catch up on the blog. Talk to you all later!

Mike Campbell said...

i was proud to see the munster back again. i love that smokey bastard. "Ok we knew about it and it doesn't like our fences" What the hell is that thing. I liked the episode. Nothing too big. but better then nothing. The Office was wicked funny too. Why does everyone hate tobey. He just sits there.

stephsmith said...

The Hill, Caveman, and Life on Mars are the only ones that look interesting.

mb, the furtherest(the only word I know to use) I've been is Orlando and New Orleans and North Carolina. I can't wait to fly overseas. Just the flying overseas would almost be enough.

memphish said...

Steph, I've flown overseas, and to me, New Orleans ranks up there as one of the most fun cities in the world. I was there most recently in January, and post-Katrina, everyone is even friendlier. We met all sorts of people, and the food is so, so, so good.

Holli

stephsmith said...

Mmmm. Copeland's. Please tell me it's still there, Holli. What about Pat O'Brien's?

t-dot kim said...

What!!! The Black Donnellys is CANCELLED?!?!

stephsmith said...

http://www.tvseriesfinale.com/

Yeah, and so is The Wedding Bells. Have you seen the photographer?
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0484678/

Jordan from the 206 said...

You know what show I'm really starting to like? 30 Rock. It was just ok at first, but they've fine tuned the show a good deal since the beginning. It's pretty stinking funny. The entire NBC Thursday night comedy lineup is outstanding.

t-dot kim said...

I've never watched Wedding Bells, I didn't watch Six Degress after the first 3 episodws, but I really liked the Black Donnellys. Does NBC think people who watch TV are retarded? First they took of Studio 60...whatever, the show wasn't the greatest ok, they replaced it with The Black Donnellys, and now they're replacing that with The Real Wedding Crashers??? I hate it. They're taking away the art of TV and jobs of the people who create good television. Writers, set designers, musicians, etc, etc...for Reality TV. There are a few Reality shows that I watch--but The Real Wedding Crashers??? I hate the real motive of reality TV. (Save money), NBC must really need the extra cash they'll be saving by putting this piece of shit on the air.

PalmerEldritch said...

mb, i'm pretty sure my problem was with the part written for him not the actor. don't worry.

steph, that's hilarious that people started calling the tear gas company. "tell me what you know about DHARMA!!"

elias, you're right. just about all of those proposed series sound like crap, crap, and more crap. which i guess is OK cuz i'll have enough tv to watch as it is.

anyone have rabbit for dinner today?

PalmerEldritch said...

Kim, I'm no 'Black Donnellys, The' fan but I'm an unabashed Kim fan, so I give to you this piece of Black Donnellys goodness:
New Episodes Online Only Mondays 9pm ET

Jordan from the 206 said...

Totally agree with ya Kim. I loathe reality television. But I have gotta give NBC some props this year. Like I said before, their Thursday night comedy lineup takes the cake. Heroes is awesome. And I don't know if any of you have seen the new Jeff Goldblum show, Raines or not. I'm not a big fan of the overdone detective genre. But I actually quite like it. Although it's been put on Friday night, which is never a good sign. Yeah, the lamo wedding crasher show looks like crap and I'm already sick of the commercials for that, "Thank God You're Here" show. But I'll take NBC over FOX any day of the week. I hate FOX so much. The people who run FOX have to be morons. They cancel amazing shows like Arrested Development, yet they keep crap like Til Death and The War at Home around. Idiots.

stephsmith said...

All these cancellations are making me leery of getting hooked on a new show. It seems like Friday Night Lights might make it afterall. I think I'll check it out. I loved the movie- with Ali Larter's whipped cream bikini. Remember that?

New TLI today, Kimberley? Sorry I didn't call in this week. I'll make it up to you. I have an idea for a game. It's gonna be da bomb.

Wesh said...

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! Fucking crap! Fucking fuck fuck!
Excuse the french, but i had just started watching "The Black Donnellys" and i was totally liking it and was happy to have another cool show added to my list of... cool shows. And then they cancel it? ah man. that sucks :(

On a happier note: kate's ep was pretty cool :) nice to see ol monstie back. Nice how he smashed against that wall. Juliette is sooo fishy, not to be trusted at all. Can't wait for next episode.

t-dot kim said...

Aimee and I did record today. I'll be editing some tonight and the rest tomorrow. Hopefully the new ep will be up by tomorrow...evening? It's been a busy week. I was on "vacation" and I was at the most boring baby shower yesterday. eeeeeeesh.

Sorry about the TV cancelling rant thingy--it's just depressing that actual television is being cast aside for stupid reality shows based on stupid ideas. I this case a movie. Wedding Crashers was a funny movie because of Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson--not the script. They adlib'd most of it....ugh. It's a wonder how any TV show gets to air.

Palmer thanks for the Black Donnelly's link. Too bad I can't watch any of the videos because I live in a country that isn't the US. Damn you Canada! ;)

memphish said...

Steph, I've loved Friday Night Lights this season. Of course being originally from podunk town Alabama where 4 days of my week every fall were absorbed in football, I could easily relate, but fear not football-phobes. The game in no way overwhelms the interpersonal relationships. I hope NBC will renew it, but if they don't, everyone should check out the DVDs when they come out or look for marathon airings on Bravo. At least some of the epis are on NBC.com, but I find them hard to watch there because of the shaky hand-held camera stuff they do a lot.

Can't wait for the podcast. Kim I hope Tiger Woods isn't too upset his namesake only finished 2nd in The Masters.

And Steph, pretty much every famous place in NOLA has re-opened.

PalmerEldritch said...

kim, don't you listen to the Dharmalars?! http://www.ninjaproxy.com for all your (ninja) proxy-ing needs. theoretically, you should be able to use ninjaproxy to make the NBC website think you're logging in from the US of A. i've never actually used it but it sounds like Ralph should be able to hook you up if you run into trouble.

i also don't know how many online-only episodes of Black Donnelly's there are going to be but the website uses a plural, so that's encouraging. right?

/off for more E-E-Easter candy

Jordan from the 206 said...

Ha! I was just watching an episode of 30 Rock. Liz Lemon was on a date from hell with a guy played by Wayne Brady. He was babbling about something stupid and she tried to change the episode by saying,
"Hey, how bout this new season of Lost?" lol. Good stuff. There was also a funny jab at Dane Cook. BTW I think Dane Cook blows. Anyway, the episode ended with Liz shooting Wayne Brady in the ass at the Source Awards. Good stuff.

stephsmith said...
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PalmerEldritch said...

Jordan, is Wayne Brady gunna have to choke a bitch?

/someone had to do it

memphish said...

For the haiku fans on the blog:

Sawyer's the leader
While Jack & Locke are away.
Beer and porn for all!

To see where I stole this
"http://communistdanceparty.blogspot.com/2007/04/lost-friday-left-behind.html">click here.


Holli

stephsmith said...

The best eva.

stephsmith said...

"The best reality show eva." Is what I was trying to say.

elias said...

got some dodgy chinese dvds and i'll let you know what I thought of 'em:

I liked Hot Fuzz, The Good Shepherd, 300, Epic Movie.

I did not like Miami Vice, Smokin Aces, Casino Royale, Number 23.

Mike Campbell said...

Did anyone watch Studio 60. I don't know if that show is canselled i am guessing it is cause it hasn't been on for awhile. They keep putting shows in its place. Makes me sad.

Jordan from the 206 said...

Speaking of crappy shows, our girl Evangeline Lilly was on Punk'd recently.

Here's the video. Harold Perrineau was in on it. I love her Canadian accent and how she says, "sorry" and "out".

Ashton Kutcher is really annoying

And Mike, Studio 60 hasn't been officially canceled I don't think. But it's not likely to come back for a 2nd season. I watched it and kinda liked it at first. But it started to get lame imo when they turned it into a soap opera about Matthew Perry and that blonde chick.

memphish said...

That's a really lame Punk'd -- destroying crap art owned by a pretentious prick, and I'm frankly happy that I can follow a show that Ashton Kutcher can't.

Holli

t-dot kim said...

Dang! NinjaProxy.com--won't show videos :( arg.

Jordan from the 206 said...

Yeah, it was a lame punk. Evangeline wasn't even that upset. Why is that show still around anyway? I wonder what Dominic Monaghan thinks of Ashton Kutcher's funny, funny comments about him being ugly.

memphish said...

Kablamo!

108
Holli

elias said...

his great theory about Cameron Diaz and Justin Trousersnake being a perfect couple!

still funny to see someone I recognize being punkd. and turning up at 7 for a party that finished at 5.

stephsmith said...

That's called being fashionably late.

PalmerEldritch said...

Hrmmm...

OK. Proxy sites not letting you view videos? Uh... I googled a bit and found a trick where you use Google's language tools to translate an English page from Spanish into English... Try it, I suppose.

After that, I'm drawing a blank. Maybe make Aimee watch it and listen to the computer's audio on Skype? :p

Of course, there's always waiting for the DVD set or more nefarious ways of watching television...

Anyways, sorry to get your hopes up! :(

stephsmith said...

You could try Wesh's friend. I think his name is Bit Torrent.

Anonymous said...

i saw 3 or 4 episodes of Studio 60 and i didn't like it for the same reasons i didn't like West Wing. You can hear the writers in every line of dialogue.
I actually have the same problem with Homocide, which i'm working through season by season now, but there's less of that snarky Hollywood voice and the characters are more likeable.
Stoked to watch the Sopranos late tonight.

my podcast got rejected by iTunes, but i think it was a problem with the feed. I'm trying to figure out how to resubmit it now.

Easter for vegetarians = lots of fruit

andrew.

Ralph- said...

i just realized something today. we have yet to see a charlie flashback this season. we have gotten 2 jack and 2 kate flashbacks already but no charlie. do you think that maybe he will be left with one final flashback story at the end of the season, then die?

Jordan from the 206 said...

Ralph, I think you might be right dude.

I watched the Sopranos. I won't spoil anything. But I will say that with only 9 ep's left, this seemed a bit of a filler episode and a weird way to start off the last series. It was still quite entertaining however. But still, I was hoping for more.

MB said...

Man, I was just listening on my long drive home tonight to the "Classic Bluestone Episode" of MYOKOMw/SAS (w/Craig & Dylan) - holy CRAP that was some tear-streaming funny shit! Unfortunately, I can't find MYOKOM w/SAS on iTunes anymore, so I can't recommend downloading it. But perhaps if Craig still has the file kicking around it could be made available because I GUA-RAWN-TEE at least one gut buster if you listen to it. I was crying. I want to meet Jonathan Bluestone so bad - I wonder what kind of batshit resumé he would have accumulated now. I'm sorry for these references that most of you reading this are probably thinking WTF is he talking about, but this episode was actually kind of epic because:

You get a good 15-20 minutes of comedy GOLD w/Craig and Dylan detailing their encounters with a man named Jonathan Bluestone who apparently (if he is to be believed, which would probably be unwise) has garnered a Bachelors Degree, 2 masters degrees (psychology and "Paranormal Studies") and has had jobs ranging from movie theater ticket-taker to army field medic and COLON SURGEON. Craig and Dylan's laughing incredulity at this man's claims is as funny as the claims themselves.

On top of Bluestone, you get a Aimee reference, a phone call from Ralph on his birthday last year, and the sad announcement that Dylan Speed was about to join the Navy (cue the Village People).

Sorry to rant so long about a random thing - but I truly have not laughed that hard in a long time. So if there's any way to make it available, I think it would be cool. I still (obviously) have the mp3 if it's needed. I don't have a good way to share it.

t-dot kim said...

MB, I totally agree! Johnathan Bluestone are some of my favourite stories from MYOKOM w/ SaS days.

However, my favourite is when Dylan went to visit his grandmother at the old folks home.

Wesh said...

LOL yeah, those were both platinum episodes. The heated discussion about the pilot eating the monster was way wicked also :)

goofball said...

BINGO at the old peoples home. And Craig said he wanted to go with next time.