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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by jkeegan, May 23, 2010.
Sorry, but that was seriously HILARIOUS!!
Everyone else I know who has seen it thought it was great!!!
I think it was both lame and funny. Now, is that lame of me?
"I'm giving up a respectable career as a spinal surgeon to protect a light from a cloud. Seriously."
"Dude. I managed to get fatter, on a deserted island. Dude."
I guess you haven't seen much good comedy. That was worse than the Cleveland song trying to get LeBron to stay.
I think it's time for your nap now.
It made me laugh. Charlie - "You all everybody, except me, 'cause I'm dead".
I had forgotten all about it until just now, but back in college my friends and I used to play a game called "psychologist" that involved deducing rules. It was called psychologist because it seriously messed with your head. A group of people (it works best with 10 or so) sit around a circle. One person (the player) leaves the room while the remaining people make up a rule set. The rules can be anything, and change each game. Examples would be "when asked a question, answer as though you are the person sitting on your left," or "when asked a question, tell the truth if the current time is an even number. Lie if the current time is an odd number" etc. The more obscure the rules, the more fun the game. Beginner games would consist of just one rule. Harder games would have two or more. Once the rules had been decided upon, the player would be called back into the room and would have to guess the rules by asking questions to the players. Questions could be pretty much anything (except "what are the rules?").
PS. We were nerds.
Was that statement really necessary?
Yeahh...I have to agree..that was pretty lame.
As necessary as a pocket protector.
a college game that involved no drinking and does not end up in some sort of sex
You know what, it does make sense. They said they'd have an additional 20 minutes of footage filmed specifically for the DVD set that would answer some questions. This likely would fit the bill, in the vein of the 80s SNL sketch with John Larroquette & Dana Carvey in heaven.
Are they all women, who are also on Facebook, and enjoy sending pokes & random kitten gifts to each other, and also type random "tee hee" responses?
You should have ended your post with, "I'm not a nerd, BTW."
Our parties usually ended with writing C code while drunk.
how Lost should have ended.. lol (wonder if animated .gifs show up?)
I LOVED that sketch! I quote it all the time!
...aaaand it looks like I've been misquoting it..
I thought the Bermuda part was one of the 243rd-ish answers (because he couldn't handle the 1st).
From one of my facebook friends --- I thought it was amusing in a sad way.
But thanks for your gross generalizations and sexist attitude. They are greatly appreciated and give us some real insight into your character...
Wow, that's impressive. Is this your own essay here? Top notch and IMO pretty close to dead on.
Credit to Jimmy Kimmel and his writers:
He really is/was a LOST nut.