I guess I'll just be repeating what every other American is saying but...
MAH GOD HOW DID SHE GET SO FAT?!
"YOU WANT A PIECE OF ME?" - The chilling words of the Shockmaster!
"Here comes Charles Benoit, and he's really mad.....Charles Benoit is here, and he's FUCKING CRAZY"- T.R. on the barbecued cat thread (it's too terrible to link)
THE AWESOME UNDERTAKER drives out - damn, how did those STEEL steps rise up onto their ends and out of the way of - hey wait, I see DUDES there! They must be soulless minions of Big Evil's Red Devil Underwood Deviled Ham Team Evil. What? - CRZ, back to his old antics
Originally posted by dunkndollazI think that the real question is, when isn't she on something ?
Between this opening show and her appearance on the Howard Stern show in '95-'96 to promote "To the Limit" and "Skyscraper"... if this isn't enough to convince people of the long-term damage that drugs will do to you, then I have no idea what will convince them.
RageRockrr - Randomly Selected Wiener of the Day Conspiracy Victim "Thanks RageRockrr! You're the coolest!" - Excalibur05, March 10, 2002. "Thank you for bringing back a DEEP 80s memory, Rage. THANK YOU." - DMC, June 6, 2002.
Mr. Broslofski: Now you go brush your teeth, and march into bed. You won't be opening your Hannukuh present tonight. Kyle: Probably just another stupid dreidel anyway. Mr. Broslofski: What did you say?!? Kyle: I said Ike's on fire. - South Park, Episode 110 - "Mr. Hanky, The Christmas Poo"
*My wife's reaction to Anna Nicole was actually the funniest part of watching the show. Just this "why in the blue hell are we watching this" look on her face had me in stitches.
*I don't know if it's drugs or just plain bad acting; you see her interviews meshed in with the b-roll, and I think it's more of a split personality complex (and you could fit more than one in *that* body of hers right now). I am, though, tempted to watch just for that kooky interior designer. Maybe he could manage Billy and Chuck?
The even scarier part about this train wreck of a show is that it has apparently set a Neilsen record for a cable series premiere with at 5.5 rating. Compare that to the 0.7 that the 10 pm Sunday time slot usually gets on E!
But how could you not give it a shot if there was nothing better on, and there wasn't here, givent the potential for an extended Farrah on Letterman experience? Of course, I didn't make it through more than about 5 minutes and I won't go back.
"Verhoeven's _Starship Troopers_: Based on the back cover of the book by Robert Heinlein."
gonna build a giant drill and bore straight into hell releasing ancient demons from their sleep-forever spell so they can walk upon the earth and get recituated and run the diet pill pyramid that MC Pee Pants has created
We watched a little of the Biography that was on before the show and that was plenty. With all the freakin' commericals they kept showing for the show, I don't see how anyone could see any purpose in watching this pile.
He's Rolie Polie Olie - and in his world of curves and curls, he's the swellest kid around.
5.5? FIVE POINT FREAKING FIVE?! Alright, that's it, pull up the truck, throw the whole damn human race in the back, and drop it off somewhere far away. Time to start over with a new group of creatures to populate the planet, as this one obviously is beyond help or hope.
This is seriously one of the most depressing things I've heard in a long time. You really can sell anyone anything with enough effort I guess.
You never know when you'll meet that special someone... the someone that's mysteriously blind to your flaws. or, you know, stupid enough not to realize that yes, you really are that cynical.
Hey, when the 5.5 (or 4.1, whichever number you believe) gets cut in half this next week, everything will be back to normal. Hell, I watched a few minutes of it, and then realized that I never want to see ANS again. I'm pretty sure that more people will be like me and avoid the show like the plague from now on.
"Oh would you stop being all stealthy and just get in the truck"- Tom Servo
Never get excited over the first weeks ratings as they tend to be an abnormality. The real key will be what the ratings are after Week 4.
These commercials are superfine because they pay for the production costs of putting CHRIS MOTHERFUCKING BENOIT on my GODDAMN TV SCREEN! I will GO GREYHOUND! I am thinking OUTSIDE THE BUN! Dean Rasmussen 8/1/2002 Smackdown Workrate Report
I'm with Zed on this one... it's rather humorous to hear wrestling fans (I'm assuming that the majority of you are wrestling fans) criticizing the viewing habits of others.
Our esteemed leader said:Didn't people say the same things when wrestling was getting ratings like this?
I couldn't agree more. Shouldn't wrestling fans be the champions of all things gaudy and outcast from "normal" society? Or at the very least, keep their mouths shut instead of going on and on about how they "can't believe anyone would watch that crap! Ugh, society is fucked."? Just a thought...
Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery. -Malcom X
It seems like they are revealing way to much on the "on next week's episode" teasers, than ever before. I'm usually not bothered by these, because you get inundated with the ads during the NFC games on FOX Sundays (thank god for Direct TV)