#2 Posted on 15.8.02 2026.43 Reposted on: 15.8.09 2029.01
I've only seen the show a few times... Is he the one with the long hair?
Thanks for the help (below). Immediately after posting, I rememebered Comedy Central indeed does have their own website, and yes, he is the geek I thought he was.
Come to think of it, why can't they have a wrestling geek on that show?
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Edit: After having spent some time at the Beat the Geeks website, I am now left to ask how it is that for the "The Geek Speaks" articles the Movie Geek doesn't speak??? They are six of them (two by each geek) and they are all lists of topic-related stuff, but for the Music and TV geeks, they give explanations for their rankings. The Movie Geek just posts his list. Not much *speaking* involved. Am I too concerned over this???
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#3 Posted on 15.8.02 2030.54 Reposted on: 15.8.09 2034.53
From stage right to stage left, it's:
Marc, Paul, Andy, [Insert Celebrity Geek here].
Marc's got curly black hair... Andy's got the balding-but-long hair. This isn't the first time Marc's busted out wrestling catchphrases, btw. This is the second Flair one, and he also did Bret's "I'm the best there is..." one as well.
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#6 Posted on 16.8.02 1216.47 Reposted on: 16.8.09 1229.02
Originally posted by EddieBurkettlists of topic-related stuff, but for the Music and TV geeks, they give explanations for their rankings. The Movie Geek just posts his list. Not much *speaking* involved. Am I too concerned over this???
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Nah. Marc has a big thing for Top 10 lists. He does them about once a month at the NuArt theater in Los Angeles (the theater where he is manager and projectionist) as part of the Rocky Horror Picture Show there.
#7 Posted on 16.8.02 1316.19 Reposted on: 16.8.09 1323.09
Also, if you read the website (as this thread just inspired me to do), in his list of things you must own to consider yourself a movie geek, he writes:
"4. A Martin Scorsese video. Any Martin Scorsese video. Show me a purported movie geek who doesn't own Scorsese, or indeed thinks Scorsese is overrated, and I'll show you a wanna-be, someone trying to appear hip and above-it-all by using controversial contrarianism to bolster their facade. Get over the hype, get over yourself. Scorsese is The Game. He is That. Damned. Good. "