Jan 6th 2011 12:40AM Wow! That's almost as much screencest as Dexter! (In which the sister was with her brother's brother on screen, while she married her brother off screen) O_o
Jan 6th 2011 12:21AM I'm not a fan of Queen Latifah's hosting abilities. Still, Dexter, FRINGE, and Conan O'Brien all won tonight, which is pretty awesome in my eyes!
Dec 31st 2010 10:38PM SPOILER WARNING
A: The series "Avatar: The Last Airbender" isn't an anime. It was written and produced in America, but animated in Korea.
B: I have to air a spoiler in order to prove a point regarding the "racebending" accusations. First, that world is a fictional world and therefore doesn't have an "Asia", so the idea of Aang being Asian is an assumption, not a fact. Second, the "bad guy" that everyone's so upset about because he was cast with a darker-skinned actor: He ends up being Aang's best ally. He ends up as a GOOD GUY who saves them all by becoming Aang's firebending teacher and defeating his crazy, evil sister.
So - no, the movie was still horrible, but it didn't carry the "white people=good, dark people=bad" message that so many are up in arms about.
Dec 29th 2010 11:56PM Unfortunately, you're going to find an anti-Republican attitude in almost every "nerd-centric" site. I find it funny that so many people who express anti-Republican views are largely hypocritical. I love comments that state things like "Republicans overgeneralize people" or "White people are racist." I always fight the urge to reply with a thanks for the person for losing their own argument. Instead, I usually just roll my eyes and keep it to myself.
I also find it funny that this article somehow also spawned anti-Christian remarks.
Oh, I forgot. If you're a bigoted racist it automatically means you're a white Christian - and if you're a white Christian, it automatically means your a bigot. That's the hypocrisy of such a culture; it's okay to accept everyone, no matter their beliefs, or skin color, but if you're a white person of faith, we're going to insult you at every opportunity by grouping you in with a freaking small percentage of horrible people.
Dec 29th 2010 10:28PM The most awesome aspect of this clip was the fact that AFTER Kendra revealed the naughty source of the noise, the video went off and on came an ad...
...for Duracell batteries. XD
Dec 25th 2010 4:06AM I find it pretty funny that you call Patrick Stewart "miscast" for the role of Scrooge. He was in a successful, one-man stage production of A Christmas Carol for years. In fact, he states in an interview on the DVD that he could recite the lines forward and backward from memory because he's done the show so many times. His yelling was a reflection of the emotion shown in the writing, which was largely ignored by actors such as George C. Scott. His gasping and choking was meant to communicate the idea that Scrooge had forgotten how to laugh in his years as a miserable, old coot. You're correct in your observation that it seemed odd or awkward - because it's SUPPOSED to.
You oddly chose to refer to "fan-boys" of A Christmas Carol. Well, I suppose I'm a fan-GIRL (thank you for gender stereotyping). I enjoy versions of the movie which are close to the book because the book is a CLASSIC and wonderful story. No, I'm not necessarily a purist; I enjoyed Scrooged. However, I think it's silly to discount modern adaptations because they follow the book "too closely". Do you discount the movie versions of every book like this?
Dec 23rd 2010 5:11AM Just because people are watching it doesn't make it good. The authors of this article were talking about the QUALITY of Glee, not how many people are watching it. In fact, one of the biggest critics admitted that he keeps watching it because he's hoping it'll get better.
Ratings don't hold the weight they once did...
Dec 19th 2010 3:23AM "O'Brien left because he said it would destroy 'The Tonight Show,' a franchise with an illustrious 50-year history..."
Thank you for getting this right. Forty-five mil is a lot for average Joes, but considering he took that amount to keep paying the employees who had moved out to CA with him, and started the tour with those funds, that's not a lot of money.
He's repeatedly said that The Tonight Show was his dream job. If there was any way for the show to remain untarnished and for him to keep it, he would have instead of taking the money.
Anyone doubting COB's intentions should watch his Larry King interview, or 60 Minutes interview, and read his Rolling Stone interview. Additionally, you can look up Andy Richter's interviews on both George Lopez and Regis and Kelly. Many of COB's employees will also second this information.
Dec 17th 2010 11:36PM Um - it's pretty common knowledge that Carson did NOT like Leno - at all.
Remember kids, you can do anything you want to, unless Jay Leno wants to do it too.
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