#2 Posted on 25.1.05 2114.25 Reposted on: 25.1.12 2122.12
When Phil's breaking out the 199 out of 200 times he would have been knocked out stat, you realize Garrett really had shithouse luck. Scary how quiet Curt was. The over/under on the number of talk shows Curt called into between hands is 7. And, after the ALS on the shoe during the World Series, you'd think that would have been the charity he'd represent on TV. I guess this means 3 inning SHADE public service announcements by Curt's wife every time he pitches next season on NESN.
#4 Posted on 26.1.05 0804.49 Reposted on: 26.1.12 0805.22
Originally posted by CRZI'm very excited about (I won't tell you who)!
Is it Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald?! It must be. Or Vern Schillinger. They're easy to confuse, so it's good they're on different nights.
No Michael Ian Black this time, it's like a beautiful dream. I guess that goes for Shannon Elizabeth too. Now I'm burning sage. Now I'm wearing sunglasses. Now I'm burning more sage. Now I'm crying because I lost.
#10 Posted on 31.1.05 1042.25 Reposted on: 31.1.12 1043.16
Sara looks even more fantastic after dropping some weight. Garrett had some of that freakish Dule Hill luck going this week, and the pair of consecutive Jacks on the flop cemented it. Were it not for the fortune Sara initially amassed, Garrett would have smoked the entire table.
There's no way of knowing who's gonna make horrible plays or fall into a luck rut so here's who I hope wins the next rounds:
Game Two: Allison Janney (didn't do that well in the special West Wing game last year)
Game Three: Fred Willard (comedy gold)
Game Four: Colin Quinn (how many drinks will he down?)
Game Five: J.K. Simmons barely eakes out Hunt.
That makes the final into Garrett, Janney, Willard, Quinn and Simmons. And unless you're Nicole Sullivan, the first-round luck doesn't hold out.
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