Sunday, October 22, 2006

JP Losman Would Hit On Your Girlfriend But He Wouldn't Hit A Wide Open WR On A Post Pattern

Oh, FOX, you know the World Series matchup is bad based on the faux celeb sightings in the crowd you use to tie in FOX programming.

We just got a shot of Robert Knepper freezing his ass off in the crowd before the 6th inning of Game 2 between the Tigers and Cards. Don't know who Robert Knepper is? Neither does anyone who doesn't watch Prison Break. Knepper plays Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell . By the way, T-Bag is a racist, sexual deviant with a violent temper (to water things down). This is the best FOX could do for this shitfest of a series.

Whereas, if the Mets had replaced the Cards, perhaps they could've lured Bones' David Boreanaz for an appearance. A Yanks-Mets World Series would've totally wooed Kiefer Sutherland. A Tottenham-Liverpool match could've netted Hugh Laurie. And a free buffet could've easily gotten the kid from The Loop to freeze his ass off in the stands.
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I've been meaning to blog about the cultural significance of last week's South Park. It's inspiring random quotes all over the place. In fact last week, the roomates and I were singing the "Dawg" theme song over and over again while I cooked year old pierogies, none of my friends can refrain from calling eachother "brah", I received several "Niiiice" text messages, and inspired the only away message I've been decently proud of in weeks.

If you haven't seen it yet, you should.
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Downside to RCN: No TUBE network.

Alas, my dismay has inspired this

YouTube Clip Of The Day


2 comments:

Matt said...

It's even funnier when you've watched the actual dog the bounty hunter opener.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xS79RF43Hk

kate said...

The wide array of existenceless "breakfast beverages" that Sonic offers is just cruel. I want that raspberry lime drink. Now. Those commercials have haunted me for four years.