Post by madguitarist on Feb 15, 2006 10:49:54 GMT -5
Uh huh or Tom Cruise himself hiding in the closet, if you've seen that episode of South Park...
Careful, you don't want the Scientology mafia tracking you down! I wonder why, at some point in many actors' careers, there always seems to be rumors about them being gay? Not that there's anything wrong with that.... I heard that Willie Nelson just recorded a gay cowboy song that some pinhead wrote back in the early 80s. What the fuck is going on? We need to bring John Wayne back from the dead and let him seriously kick some ass around Hollywood!!
I love that show, it's coming out on dvd here season by season, I now have season 1 to 6. Some episodes I've seen so many times, I know some of the lines by heart. "Could you keep it down to a low roar, some of us have to work in the morning" ;D
Post by madguitarist on Feb 16, 2006 11:34:35 GMT -5
One of my faves is the "Master of your Domain" show. The one with George's "shrinkage" is also a classic. It's still on TV every night in syndication (and will be until the end of time) so I catch a couple of episodes a week. I would like to get the DVDs though. I'm glad you guys are getting it over there. Last time I was in the UK, it seemed like that all you got was the worst of American television - you know, Jerry Springer, Ozzy's stupid show and the like. In which case, I could see how Europeans would think that most Americans are a bunch of nut jobs. It looks like I'll be headed back to Europe in April, so I'm crossing my fingers and hoping to catch Danko over there.
Post by BrownBomber on Feb 16, 2006 12:15:01 GMT -5
I am a huuuuuuuge Seinfeld fan. Its on about 7 or 8 times a day here in Canada and I usually watch 1 or 2. I can't say I have a favourite because they're all so good. Have you guys seen Curb Your Enthusiasm with Larry David?
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Elaine dance...elaine dance!!! Lol who's afraid of the scientologist mob - they're too hollywood to do anything bad to you other than talk behind your back and not let u into their parties. They don't even believe in anti-depressants...how hardcore could they be I don't try to knock anyone's beliefs...but come ON come on....I want to slap these people.
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Post by madguitarist on Feb 16, 2006 16:19:18 GMT -5
Curb your Enthusiasm is some strange stuff. It was on HBO here in the states, so I haven't seen nearly as much of it as I have Seinfeld. I like that kind of humor though.
I'm with you regarding Scientology, spun. I do think their beliefs are pretty wacky, but I also don't like that it seems to be pseudo-religion tailored for Hollywood types that have a lot of money. In other words, it's a very exclusive cult-like belief system. Some of the shit they believe just defies common sense. They take crazy to a whole new level. "Go sell crazy someplace else - we're all full up here."
Hmm like kabbalah? In their defense...hollywood is the place for crazy. If anywhere, it's there. They'll never be full. There is only trendy and non-trendy...that applies to everything including religion. So quick everybody purchase your religious merchandise made by kids in sweatshops. It gets u into heaven and brings you enlightenment. And if not, at least you are a part of something and won't be left to think for yourself...now drink this purple kool aid!!!
Have you guys seen Curb Your Enthusiasm with Larry David?
No, never seen that. My brother, who's also a Seinfeld fan, mentioned it to me once,so it was aired here, but it was on when I had to work and I never bothered taping it. But it can't be better than Seinfeld ;D
That cocksucking thingy called James Blunt (hey, a rhyme!! )...I'm really, really and I mean REALLY getting fucking tired of that whining You're Beautiful...I cannot understand why people want to listen to that whining, stupid, sissy, thingyy song!! And I also hate hyped bands like Franz Ferdinand, what a bunch of PUSSYS!
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Post by bighairygrinch on Feb 21, 2006 5:09:39 GMT -5
One of the best Seinfeld scenes ever was when Jerry was in Florida, and Kramer was at his place making tomato sauce without a shirt on...
J: What's that bubbling sound, are you making your tomato sauce?
K: Yeah, hot and spicy
J: You're not wearing a shirt, are you?
K: Yes I am!
J: Oh yeah, what colour is it?
K: (looks down at this bare chest...) Damn it!
F-ing classic. Great show, I am glad it's on ALL the time here!
my fave was in the Kenny Rogers Roasters episode, when Kramer came in, and poured himself some cereal, and proceeded to put tomato juice on it instead of milk. Kramer says "I thought it was milk. Ya gotta help me Jerry. my rods and cones are all messed up!"