Wednesday, June 18, 2008

The Lars- The Crappening!

"The Lars" Episode 18 - Ben and Ralph are BACK!! and they brought a bunch of movies to review for you! The Happening, The Incredible Hulk, Kung Fu Panda and Don't Mess with the Zohan!!! Ben gives a top 5 favorite episodes of Futurama just in time for the ALL NEW Futurama movie! We get some great listener calls that will make wanna see sweat coming out your pores!

Did we mention karaoke?!

Playlist:
Cominagetcha - Propellerheads
Insanity - Oingo Boingo
Future Shock - Tommy Talarico
Q's Trick - John Barry
Cups and Cakes - Spinal Tap
Kaboom - Ursula 1000
Jump Around - Dawn O.

Click Below to Listen:
The Crappening

122 comments:

dharmalars said...

The Show Will Be On Itunes in 30min. from this post!

Herlihy said...

Awesome. Awesome. Awesome.

I'll have something to listen to when i get up. YAY. Interested to hear the thoughts about the new futurama movie...

PalmerEldritch said...

fantastic! this'll help me keep my sanity at work tomorrow.

thanks, guys! ...thighs? :\

Herlihy said...

See, that's not even a proper portmanteau. It may use the same syllables but it doessn't use the same letters and a portmanteau is defined as being a word that is comprised of two words amalgamated together. ...If this doesn't make sense, which i fear it won't, it's because it's almost 6am. :(

Chris JC said...

I can't think of any examples that use the entirety of two words.

Almost time for brunch (oh!).

Jonathan said...

anyone get the new coldplay album? there's a song called "lost" followed by a song called "42". isn't that weird? i wonder if they're fans.

by the way, the album isn't great. it's what you'd expect from coldplay though.

PalmerEldritch said...

herlihy, it was just an observation that contracting Thanks and Guys to Thuys in the tradition of Look Around You's ant joke sounds a lot like the word Thighs. which is a weird thing to say to Ben and Ralph on the interwebs. your portmanteaus are safe... for now!!!

Octagon Global Recruiting E-mail from this morning. Interesting.

memphish said...

I'm jealous I haven't gotten anything from Octagon yet. I didn't register for several days after the finale.

The book I was reading last night, Remember Me by Sophie Kinsella had a character with a LOST mug. Unfortunately he was a giant wanker.

Holli

PalmerEldritch said...

damn it, America!!!

Australia's stolen our crown: Australians more obese than Americans, study finds.

it's time to get back the title! burgerpocalypse now!!!!

Benjamin said...

I'm doing my part!

PalmerEldritch said...

thanks, ben. i appreciate your efforts to "expand america."

hey... did you not have Jurassic Bark as one of your top 5 Futurama episode?! or did i miss it?

MB said...

Hey I just got finished uploading a .jpg of my Octagon email to photobucket to show everyone and then I get here and....

PAAAAALLMMMERRRRRR!!!!!!!


(suposed to harken back to Star Trek 2, but it just doesn't - sorry :/ )


seriously though - I got that email as well. damn I wish I could go to Comic Con. I really had every intention of getting there...before I became a 2-child parent - lol.

Alirio said...

Got my Octagon email this morning too! Can't wait till Comic Con!
`
"YOU CALL THOSE FIST NAMES?"

elias said...

Good to have The Lars back. Here's my Futurama list:

5. The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz

"Those aren't even medals, they're bottle-caps and pepperoni slices!"

4. Bender Gets Made

"It's gonna be clamp this, clamp that, badda-climp badda-clamp!"

3. Godfellas

"Oh cruel fate, to be thusly boned. Ask not for whom the bone bones, it bones for thee."

2. Where No Fan Has Gone Before

"I think I've been to enough conventions to know how to spell Melllvar"

1. Mars University

"I'll need 10 kegs of beer, a continuous tape of Louie Louie and a regulation two-storey panty-raid ladder"

Honourable mentions to Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV and Roswell That Ends Well.

t-dot kim said...

;) I had a big crush on Marky Mark, back in the day...

MB said...

I have a big crush on the Lars NOW


wait....



did I type that out loud?


KABLAMMO


/"I have no inner monologue"

PalmerEldritch said...

boobs.

Chris JC said...

Actually, Herlihy, while I disagree with your definition of a potmanteau word, as a fan of formerly-defunct-but-about-to-release-a-new-album band Extreme I should at least be able to quote both Politicalamity and, more obviously, Pornograffitti as valid examples of your definition.

Also, I have now seen every episode of The X-Files ever made. I feel good.

Benjamin said...

I'm not sure what the debate about portmanteaus is, but I would have to follow Lewis Carroll's excellent explanation in the introduction to the Hunting of the Snark.

Palmer - Jurassic Bark barely missed the top five, in part due to the "need" to end on the final episode. Here's my full ten, as we watched it earlier this year.

10. Fry & the Slurm Factory
"Tell them I hate them."

9. Godfellas
"Bonder, is it really you?"

8. Amazon Women in the Mood
"Me too, meatbag."

7. Time Keeps on Slipping (possibly my actual favorite)
"I'm just glad my fat, homely mama isn't here to see this."

6. Jurassic Bark
"But if you don't perform, in what sense do we have an act?"

And of course, the top five we know. I'm in the midst of selecting another five. Like a backup five, that I can watch this weekend, to get me in the mood.

Chris JC said...

"Enough about your promiscuous mother, Hermes!"

Herlihy said...

Language is fluid.

that is all i have to say.

Stephanie said...

Did Ben have the saddest Futurama episode ever in his list? The one with the dog?

Benjamin said...

That's in the top ten, Steph, it's Jurassic Bark. Very sad, and ultimately it would've been pretty relevant for the first movie. As would The Why of Fry or The Day The Earth Stood Stupid.

Chris JC said...

Shyamalan and The Twists:

I would argue (having never seen Praying With Anger or Wide Awake, but then they're very different films anyway) that only The Sixth Sense and The Village have proper "twists" in them.

The revelation in Unbreakable is certainly shocking, but really just clarifies what you've seen before rather than turning it on its head. Signs is a treatise on fate, that everything happens for a reason so a twist is not really appropriate. Lady in the Water has a plot development where characters learn they've made some mistakes but is no more a plot twist than "they're digging in the wrong place!".

The Happening does have a twist, actually, it's that after months of reading about how it was dark and a potential comeback and me declining to see anything else at the cinema near the time so I can afford to go, it turns out that it wasn't worth the degradation my eyes suffered while being open all that time.

And I'm a Shyamalan apologist.

I tell you, though, I think I'm most annoyed that I was so excited to be getting out and seeing it that I decided not to stand around waiting for buses and powered to the cinema on foot, a walk which took about an hour (which is not to be sniffed at for a fat bloke) and took in some of North London's most exciting rickety deserted pedestrian walkways above noisy six-lane ring roads.

I actually enjoyed the walk MORE than the film.

That and some fucker three seats from me wouldn't shut up.

Trevor McFur said...

Wassup blogspot?

I learned a very important lesson this week ... it turns out that it really is NOT a good idea to have your laptop plugged into an outlet without a surge protector. Who knew? Fortunately the damage was to the AC adaptor only, and the laptop seems ok.

I've also learned that it's not really fair to call it 'vacation' when you're spending the entire week off landscaping your backyard.

But, it was nice to boot up the laptop again this evening to find, not only an email from Octagon Recruiting, but also a brand new Lars! Woo-hoo!

Herlihy said...

You should have just told on them. I know it sounds childish... but it works. I used to work in a cinema and the managers used to be so petrified of a formal complaint as it would detract from their monthly bonuses, even if it was just about lack of monitoring patrons, they used to give free passes and free concessions if you complained enough. But, this is at a cineworld. you can get away with anything at a cineworld.

Chris JC said...

I also went to a Cineworld. A Cineworld in the middle of a trading estate that's really hard to get to.

I shoulda just stumped up the two extra quid for a UGC - better chair and less neck cricking - screen seemed really high AND I was in he back row.

Herlihy, man, it's quarter to three in the morning. We should probably both be copping some zeds.

Herlihy said...

Haha, you can call me by my real name y'know...

Ahh. Cineworld. they're so good. I love it. I wish there was a cineworld where i go to uni, Lancaster if I hadn't mentioned... I don't like stupid VUE. I like getting my tickets from a box office and my popcorn, half sweet, half salty, from a proper concessions stand. Not both at the same time. >:(

I should be in bed... But i am not. I am watching loose women and then i am going to watch the rest of the US Life On Mars pilot. But I should be in bed but i have a stupid sleep disorder... i am on the way to becoming nocturnal. I set my alarm clock yesterday to wake me up at 3pm :( It's bad times.

Chris JC said...

The reason I don't use yer real name, Herls, is that I don't know what it is.

US Life on Mars pilot has already happened? I clearly lost track of its progress.

Any good?

Herlihy said...

See... If you'd picked up on some of my many many blog plugs, then you'd know wouldn't you...?

Yeah. And possibly Dollhouse... I'm not too sure about that one. But Fringe is done. I've seen that. And i've got another pilot, called Middleman/men. It sounds like a very similar premise to Fringe though.

I didn't watch the original Life On Mars, but I know of it as a reference point... It seems too weird. And from what i've seen of Ashes To Ashes, the US Gene Hunt is just crap. Typically american with barely the humour. The US Sam Tyler looks... weird. Other than that, it's just a vaguely glossy US cop show.

PalmerEldritch said...

chris, his real name is unpronounceable by humans.

or perhaps if you clicked his hyperlinked name, you could read it in his profile.

ah, i see Twitter shat the bed again. wonderful. who does Twitter think it is? Talkshoe?!

Herlihy said...

Hmm. Yeah. You wouldn't think that something with four letters owould be unpronounceable... hmpf.

Life on Mars US is way too dark. They need to up the brightness on it. it's well annoying. If i can be bothered, i might keep up with the show when it starts airing properly...

Anyone else quite interested in the prospect of watching "I Survived A Japanese Gameshow!"?

Alirio said...

herlihy said...
Anyone else quite interested in the prospect of watching "I Survived A Japanese Gameshow!"?

I can't wait!

Herlihy said...

Apparently the BBC are piloting a version of the same show... I find it hard to believe that a corporation, as seemingly uptight and respectable as it is, is doing a show like that. i'll be suprised if it gets a full comission.

Also. Something that may only interest Chris... is my favourite sentence ever.

James, while John had had "had", had had "had had"; "had had" had had impressed the teacher more.

A close second would be "Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo."

I love how homonyms and homophones combined can make complicated sentences!

/linguistic geek

PalmerEldritch said...

Top 30 WTF?! Lost Moments

PalmerEldritch said...

uh, spoilers through the finale of season 4. :p

Trevor McFur said...

Top 10 Drinking Achievements

and

40 Things Every Drunkard Should Do.

Chris JC said...

Sorry, Herlihy - it's nowt personal, I just tend not to go for music reviews as such - I should do as the reviews my bunch have received have largely been very uplifting.

I will have a read of them later, sir - if nothing else it's good to see a writer who nt only can write but has an understanding of ho to use the language well.

Even if you did spell "tailored" with a y back there somewhere.

WINKY FACE.

PalmerEldritch said...

Near collision with UFOs over Cardiff?

Those horny bastards at Torchwood were probably late for an all-night extraterrestrial orgy with a family of Slitheen and some robotic Yeti.

PalmerEldritch said...

the aristocrats!

Alirio said...

SAM and NATE sent me my new Dharmalars shirts!

When the Yellow Logo shirt I ordered for my gf showed up as the the new Sydney design by mistake, they offered to send me a Yellow Logo T free of charge!

That deserves a...

Alirio said...

K A B L A M O !!

PalmerEldritch said...

alirio, that's pretty badass of Sam and Nate.

GTA4ers, a picture of if Niko were real. weird.

anybody have any awesome new LOST theories?

Chris JC said...

The Sun newspaper really should be your first stop for well-researched and accurate articles about British news items.

Regarding the podcast - surely any potential sequel for The Happening should be "The Happened".

Just a film full of bees.

Chris JC said...

TheCrappening.com

PalmerEldritch said...

its probably as well researched as the rest of the british tabloids... and the much vaunted BBC. which is to say "not much at all."

i dont think that's limited to UK news sources either, dont worry.

but the main point of The Sun, as far as i can tell, is that it's friggin' hilarious. sometimes intentionally.

PalmerEldritch said...

p.s. make your own dalek.

Herlihy said...

Did i spell tailored wrong? Pfft. I've not been to uni in a month... things are definitely going downhill. :(

PalmerEldritch said...

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!!!!!

Chris JC said...

Oh, my.

I wonder what Real Seymour Skinner would look like? Probably something like this.

Trevor McFur said...

I like Niko, he looks badass. Homer is just frightening. What about her?

PalmerEldritch said...

yeah... that's a strange one.

elias said...

PETTING ZOO HORROR STORY

PalmerEldritch said...

at least it wasn't a heavy petting zoo.

t-dot kim said...

Real Homer is...UGLY!

PalmerEldritch said...

who'd've thought that having two giant lidless eyes that rub up against each in the middle of your face would be a bad look?

:)

MB said...
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MB said...

In other slightly less disturbing news...

This probably shouldn't bother me as much as it seems to be, but

HEY TV Guide - way to take the SEXY angle on Sesame Street

Good lord people
:/

PalmerEldritch said...

"This season the show will also introduce its first Indian-American character, Leela, who will work at the Street's new Laundromat, sharing her heritage and culture through singing and dancing. "


AND HER ONE GIANT EYE!!!!!

PalmerEldritch said...

cuz her name is Leela like the Futurama character. i've never known any Indian Americans with one giant eye.

Benjamin said...

Mostly they just have eight arms, right? What a thing for you to imply on burger day.

Chris JC said...

After over a year of near total silence on the subject, it's

SELF PIMPING TIME

They're free so even if you hate them, all you will have invested is time.

Love you!

andrew. said...

drive-by post.
Kate's Mom speaks insurance-jive

andrew. said...

drive-by post.
Kate's Mom speaks insurance-jive

Herlihy said...

Hmm. Just watched the Middleman pilot. It's quite weird. It seemed to have merged the sci fi of Fringe with the total farce of Pushing Daisies and became less than the sum of both parts. It has a really bad take on comedy by utilising some shockingly bad clich├ęs. bad times. that and it just seemed... well, awful really. how disappointing.

MB said...

Chris - how is it that I have been unaware of your music till now? I like - good stuff!

Herlihy - your description of Middleman is right on. I liked it ok - but it absloutely is watered down. It seems like it's got good potential if it was some other network than ABC Family. I dare say (despite my usual distaste for it) Fox networks might be a good home to allow it to get a little grittier. Gotta credit them for putting on Tracey Ullman/the Simpsons, X-Files, House, In Living Color, and Mad TV.

Chris JC said...

Thanks for playing along with my claim of not pimping but I reckon you ARE aware of my musical sideline.

Not least because of this PM from you from last August that says "I'll definitely check you guys out".

Glad you like - I don't know how well the samples from Inspector Morse travel, but you don't need to know the source for them to make sense.

Herlihy said...

Chris - I am sorry (sincerely) to say that i don't really like it. But, i frequent a music forum in which people like Post Rock and that sort of stuff loads and they will spaff over your stuff so much. Consider yourself recommended. :D

PalmerEldritch said...

KABLAMO!!!!!!!!


!!!


!!

!!!!!

MB said...

damn...

I'm found out

You are right Chris, I was indeed aware :)) I just hadn't downloaded b4 now - sorry (sheepishly smiles)
But I have downloaded Man vs. Monkey from iTunes - also good stuff

gillian said...

Eternal Sunshine was AMAZING. I love it.

Ralph- said...

for me, lots of days are Burger Day. Why i even had a delicious Breakfast Burger from Carl's Jr. Now Ben is jealous!

Ralph- said...

ALSO...The introduction to the show features long, near-sensual closeup shots of Sledge's .44 Magnum as it rests on a luxurious satin pillow. The show's ominous theme music, composed by Danny Elfman, plays in the background. Sledge then picks up his gun, spins it expertly like an Old West gunslinger, and utters his catch phrase ("Trust me, I know what I'm doing") just before firing into the screen, shattering it. The original version had Sledge firing directly at the viewer, but ABC executives feared this could be too shocking, possibly even causing heart attacks (and leaving the network liable). Thus, Sledge fires into the screen at a slight angle.

Chris JC said...

I bloody love Sledge Hammer.

Herlihy - no offence taken, reading your list of musical likes I'd have been very surprised if you DID like it. I reckon we've probably still got something in our canon (get me) that you'd go for.

MB - awesome. The voice you hear saying "Monkey Man! Monkey Man!" is Mark Heap who was Leonard Hatred, the inventor of Psilence in Look Around You 2.

Also, MB - I've just seen the start of the Doctor Who endgame, and I offer this brief synopsis of the spoilers we were discussing: bollocks.

Herlihy said...

Chris - Well done, although i would expect someone who likes sci fi and suchlike to know of the word canon... but do you really have the whole emo/screamo/annoying vocals and heartfelt lyrics thing down...

RE: Doctor Who, i think the word "superfluous" fits better than bollocks. Next weeks looks like it will be amazing.

Chris JC said...

Please note, that wasn't my one-word review of the episode, but a comment on the accuracy of some spoilers that MB and myself have been puzzling over.

I actually used to write and record that kind of music in my bedroom about 11 years ago, but I wouldn't be able to do it now. I'm not the angry young chap I was.

As Morse would say (and does in Codex Machine's "No ReMorse") - It's Pathetic.

Perhaps I should belt out a cynical "This Ain't a Scene" type anthem.

Herlihy said...

...did you just reference fallout boy? hahahahaha. if you're going to do some emo, then there's no need to limit yourself to those heathens... Go for something amazing, like Mayday Parade, Panic!'s debut, Brand New...

Aww. I love brand new. Everyone should go listen to Sic Transit Gloria...Glory Fades (note, that's not the proper video, i couldn't find it, but the song's the same...)

Anyways. That was my Doctor Who review.

Stephanie said...
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Stephanie said...

I didn't think The Happening was so crappy. I enjoyed it as I enjoyed Expose. I don't think M Night meant for it to be taken very seriously. It was supposed to be cheesy, I think. I say it's as good as The Mist. It would have been better if Wahlberg's character had been more hip and cool than earnest. But overall, I say you should see it.

Chris JC said...

FOB was just an easy point of reference so I didn't start going off about Elliot Minor or Danger Radio or Electrelane or some other bunch that I used to know stuff about for work but have largely forgotten.

I'm concerned this is me looking like I'm disregarding this genre, but it really is based on nothing other than not knowing it very well.

I'm 31, I did all this stuff well over ten years ago and still have the ministry and Pigface albums to prove it.

Herlihy said...

HAHA! You just referenced Elliot Minor.

That's even worse than referencing Fall Out Boy.

If you need tips on the genre, not the style, give give me a holler, i'll be happy to help. :D

Chris JC said...

I'm doing all right, thanks, but much obliged for the offer. There's nothing worse than an old bloke trying to get into a teenage music scene.

Herlihy said...

It's not a teenage scene!

I say this merely for the fact that I am 21 in a 5 months time........

Chris JC said...

"It's a goddamn (teenage) arms race!"

My apologies, I'm amusing myself. I feel bad as it looks like I'm attempting to impugn your music taste and that is very much not my intention.

Herlihy said...

Pfft. say what you want... There's been worse. At least you're not being all Daily Mail and accusing me of being part of some suicidal cult.

Hmpf.

As far as i'm concerned, there's nothing better than having a slightly effeminately vocaled man singing passionately about his feelings. Awww.

Herlihy said...

Back on Pilot Watch.

Viewed Pretty/Handsome tonight. Well, just now really. Thought it was really good. But that's what you expect from the writer of Nip/Tuck. Thought it was very thought provoking and imaginative. It's got that really dark streak that Nip/Tuck does too... which, let's be honest, is a good thing. With a subject like this, it could ahve been way too easy for it to be all comedic and trivial, luckily, this walks the line...

Awesome. Shall watch this when the series starts good and proper.

Alirio said...

chris jc said...
There's nothing worse than an old bloke trying to get into a teenage music scene.

Amen to that brother! Amen to that...

I was in a Prog Rock band about ten years ago. I'll send you the album if you'd like...

Warning: 99% of lyrics are in French.

Chris JC said...

Fuck yeah, Alirio! Bring that on!

Herlihy - no offence intended chappie. Got a bit late and I didn't know when to shut up.

At least we can agree on McFly. Their cover of A Town Called Malice is particularly superb.

Chris JC said...

Bless you guys! I've just been checking Codex Machine's download stats and despite the occasional obvious one (Portland, Oregon; Louisville, Kentucky and Jasper, Alabama) we've also had hits from Montreal; Coatesville, Penn. and Rochester, New Hampshire.

Ta very much! Hope some of you liked.

elias said...

who predicted Holland would go all the way? oh dear ;)

andrew. said...

- that karaoke of "Jump Around" was awesome.

- Finally watched the new Weeds & Diary Of A Call Girl. Weeds was definitely a recap/set-up episode, but i enjoyed it and look forward to the new direction. The Call Girl show was pretty dull and didn't really give any indication of what the show will actually be about. I think i'll probably skip it until 8 or 9 episodes from now when it has either caught on or failed.

- Venture Bros. is in fine form this season, although it's probably hard for anybody who hasn't seen the previous seasons.

- The commercials for Hellboy II look awful and so far from what I want a Hellboy movie to be. It's so strange how different it is in tone from the comics, which continue to be among the best out there. I'll definitely see it, but I have a feeling it's going to tank at the box office and the Hellboy/B.P.R.D. comics are going to take a hit because of it.

- Speaking of comics. I dropped Madman at issue 9. I made the decision after I bought issue 7 twice because I couldn't remember reading it and almost made the same mistake with issue 8.

- wow comicon is sold out for Saturday

Stephanie said...

Oh God, is my internet out of Jasper? My head is hung in shame.

Chris JC said...

Either that or there's some other 'Bama based Codex Machine fan.

We've got one called "Extreme Makeover" that they might like.

Chris JC said...

I start talking about Alabama on here (with replies sent to my Gmail account) and out of nowhere, Gmail starts popping up link adverts for "Murray Fighting Chairs".

What the H is a fighting chair? Seems to give you the edge in yanking fish out of their natural habitat like some kind of evil fishy god.

Chris JC said...

"fighting chair:

A fix-mounted chair used to help land large gamefish on bluewater fishing boats equipped with a footrest, gimbal-mounted rod holder, safety harness and other fish-fighting gear."


Well, now I know!

Stephanie said...

Fighting chair

orFighting Chair

Chris JC said...

SLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!

PalmerEldritch said...

did somebody say "Fighting Chair?"

well, chum, i dare say there's but one nefarious chair that i'd choose to fight. and not choose lightly for, truly, CHAIRFACE CHIPPENDALE is a formidable opponent!!!

/The Tick

MB said...

Hey all

a couple o' thingys o'er at ye olde SPLOG


/99 bottl...er posts of pure SAS on the blog,
99 posts of pure SAS...

Herlihy said...

I just read Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years in less than four hours. Gah. I only read it because it was the only light hearted novel I have only my shelf. Bah. I woke up at 5pm. It's past 11am now. I am thinking that I should just grin and bear it and stay up and reset my body clock. yet again.

Also; Weakest Link audition. Looming. Argh. Apprehension.

[I think the lack of sleep is effecting my grammar (at this point I don't even know whether to use a/effect) :( ]

/blargh

Chris JC said...

Is he still profoundly in love with Pandora or has he got over it by this stage?

Chris JC said...

Oh, and it was "affect".

memphish said...

Article with Giacchino and BSG composer Bear McCreary and transcript of the interviews.

Holli

PalmerEldritch said...

holli, i'm just a few paragraphs in and that article is awesome.

Trevor McFur said...

I've not seen any of the Hellboy II commercials, but I had heard that it was supposed to be much closer in tone to the comics than the first film.

I used to love Sledge Hammer. Didn't the series end with him setting off a nuclear bomb? Or was that just the first season?

Trevor McFur said...

Entertainment Weekly's top 100 TV shows of the past 25 years.

MB said...

Many things I will agree with on that list - but putting Survivor above Lost, The Daily Show and West Wing? PLEASE!


(I'm assuming this isn't by viewership or ratings)


SETUP....

memphish said...

Kablamo!

Holli

memphish said...

I love that LOST's rank on the EW list is one of the numbers.

Holli

Trevor McFur said...

That list loses a lot of credibility when you scroll to the bottom and see 'Saved by the Bell' amd Arsenio Hall.

memphish said...

Or worse -- The Hills. And 90210 is 20th? What was that awful show Jay picked for his favorite TV show? Is it on the list?

Holli

PalmerEldritch said...

The Hills? fuck that list.

PalmerEldritch said...

hey... American Gladiators tonight?!

memphish said...

Definitely Gladiators tonight!

Holli

PalmerEldritch said...

oooh... a Husbands and Wives episode of American Gladiators. sounds... kind of obnoxious, actually.

oh well. hopefully, one couple will be annoying and i can watch the Gladiators beat on them.

t-dot kim said...

WTF...Eli Stone didn't make the list? UGH!

PalmerEldritch said...

"Blogger t-dot kim said...

WTF...Eli Stone didn't make the list? UGH!

11:41 AM"

ack!!! the show that must not be named!!!!

Trevor McFur said...

He "did hide evidence in his anus".

t-dot kim said...

P, that was an attempt at sarcasm!!

PalmerEldritch said...

i thought so, kim. but i didnt want to take any chances! :)

memphish said...

Fashion for men of the blogspot.

Holli

Chris JC said...

Regarding Sledge Hammer, season 1 ended with Sledge setting off a nuke.

Alan Thingy (forgot his name) told the network that to find out how he was going to get out of it, they'd have to greenlight another season. they did and he set season 2 BEFORE season 1 to avoid having to explain it, even though this made the entire rest of the series make no sense.

Excellent.