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Dan Dority, Raylan Givens/Seth Bullock and Gustavo Fring. That is one hell of a talent add for the season. It should be fun.
That he did. I stand corrected. I knew there was a multisided butt kicking and an elevator shaft involved. Will edit to correct.
I like the First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder version that Todd Snider has been playing on Sundays lately.
What about Jethro Tull?;) They did beat Metallica that one year.:eek:
True but I think it was meant more along the line of do you realize that was the now leader/topdog/big MF'er that kicked your ass then you pushed...
That is Connie the deaf one that was not found after the cave collapse in the midseason finale(?). She had not been seen since and was presumed dead.
My wife recognized Fire Marshall Bill from In Living Color in there somewhere.
Yep, that was Beth's next play after she got beat assuming a too high ceiling for the stock price game she was playing with Willa.
Some shows in the '60s and '70s had 30+ episodes per season. I noticed that and thought it was funny while watching reruns on an OTA sub channel.
And I think that is where the "t*ts up" catch phrase that her and her manager share before she goes on stage comes from.
I find it funny that breaking bad and better call Saul on AMC was allotted one or two f words a season so they used him sparingly and made them...
I can only think of a gay answer so I didn't respond. Yes that is an intended pun.
Technically correct but pokemon_dad caught the intention behind my post.
Didn't watch all of it but the little bit I did watch was absolutely bizarre but enjoyable.
Correct. Wilfred is Frodo Baggins all grown up.