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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.88
The segments with Jay and Silent Bob retitling TV shows is cute, if kind of predictable. And Rachel Harris is way hot. Seeing Laura and Urkel from Family Matters alternating comments is quite disconcerting.



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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.31
I've liked 90s so far, not as good as the 80s because there is more stuff in the 80s that is "classic" to me. But I like the 80s better than the 70s (I was born in '80 though so I know nothing of the 70s).

I think MIB is funny but on way too much, but I really think they should've got younger people. I mean every episode you have people talking about how "my kids loved that show", I think it would be better to get people who were in their teens/early 20s in the 90s.

Jerry Springer's Final Thoughts suck.

I also miss Donal Logue, and the addition of Lacey Chabert is good, i've always thought she was better looking than most of the younger singers and actresses people rave about.



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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.24
    Originally posted by asteroidboy
    Michael Ian Black and to a lesser extent, Mo Rocca, are the only reasons I watch. Yeah, Black is working some schtick, but he had the ONLY funny line of I Love the 70's (when talking about Fiddler On The Roof):

    "19th century singing Russian Jews?? Box office gold."

    Or maybe I'm just still giving him residual love from his years on The State. Are they still letting Donald Logue do his "unfinished thoughts?" Christ, if they were funny, let him continue his little improvs, otherwise....

    And the idiots clinging to their masculinity from Sportscenter I could do without. Yeah, you liked Harrison Ford's movies. Thanks Rich.


Yeah -- the Media Gadfly and MIB are good reasons to watch, IMO; it's almost an A-list compared to the Best Week Ever crew (and some have been on ILT90s, yes?)

It's now MIB's Unfinished Thoughts instead of Donal Logue's Unfinished Thoughts...

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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.52
Well, tonite was the best so far, with MIB and Hal Sparks ugly past making returns. Hal playing a drunk, passed out Indian on Dr Quinn Medicine Woman, and MIB playing the Puerto Rican pimp (or was is male hooker?) on NYPD Blue.

Both of them basically said "Yep, I sucked!"

Funny part though, although I loath MIB was his "This is why I am on VH fucking ONE doing THIS crap".



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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.38
That line MIB had about Snoop and Dre KILLED me:

"Of course I can relate to that song. I've got my mind on my money, and my money on my mind. I'm a Jew."

And when exactly did Liz Phair become hot? Wasn't the "dirty indie rocker chick" thing HER thing? Did I miss a memo?



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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.50
    Originally posted by Battlezone
    And when exactly did Liz Phair become hot?


About 1994 or so, at least to me she has always been extremely hot. Maybe it was her running around, looking stoned in that Supernova video, with no bra on, or maybe it was just me.



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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
I was talking with my fiance about Donal Logue last night:

Me: You know, that schmuck from Grounded for Life hasn't been on any of these.

Her: Nope.

Me: Think he will be?

Her: Only if we have done something to anger one God or another.

Donal Logue= moronic....sorry.



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#28 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.94
    Originally posted by Grimis
    I was talking with my fiance about Donal Logue last night:

    Me: You know, that schmuck from Grounded for Life hasn't been on any of these.

    Her: Nope.

    Me: Think he will be?

    Her: Only if we have done something to anger one God or another.

    Donal Logue= moronic....sorry.


Grounded For Life is one thing...but I highly reccomend a movie called "The Tao Of Steve" that he starred in.







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#29 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
"MTV Cabbie" was his best stuff.



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#30 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
An additional comment: things ignored in 1994:

- baseball strike
- death of Kurt Cobain


Exactly how did those slip through the cracks. I thought as I watched the opening that they could never get through '94 in an hour...now I know how.



What's disturbing about Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11 is that both are classic propaganda. Events are shown out of order, suggesting conspiracy by confusing audiences about the sequence of events; events are shown out of context, edited to create an appearance differing from actual events; scenes of horror are intermixed with scenes of normalcy, suggesting all is horror; viewers are given no way of knowing what is fact, what is opinion, and what is made up.
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#31 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.64
    Originally posted by Battlezone
    That line MIB had about Snoop and Dre KILLED me:

    "Of course I can relate to that song. I've got my mind on my money, and my money on my mind. I'm a Jew."


I laughed out loud at that line.

I'm suprised by all the Michael Ian Black hate here. He's actually the guy I enjoy the most. I like Hal Sparks as well, but I think MIB is great. Guess I'm in the minority.

Mo Rocca is always funny, and they should get him a bit more air-time on this. Nice to see Chris Jericho getting a little more air-time this time around. He's actually gotten some funny lines out.

Craig Ferguson has been cracking me up any time he's on too.



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#32 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
    Originally posted by OMEGA
    Craig Ferguson has been cracking me up any time he's on too.
I almost did a spit-take when he talked about Hugh Grant....



What's disturbing about Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11 is that both are classic propaganda. Events are shown out of order, suggesting conspiracy by confusing audiences about the sequence of events; events are shown out of context, edited to create an appearance differing from actual events; scenes of horror are intermixed with scenes of normalcy, suggesting all is horror; viewers are given no way of knowing what is fact, what is opinion, and what is made up.
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#33 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.82

I noticed that they talking about Boys II Men in 1994 as well. If I'm not mistaken, they really debuted in 1991, correct?




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#34 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.72
    Originally posted by Grimis
    An additional comment: things ignored in 1994:

    - baseball strike
    - death of Kurt Cobain


    Exactly how did those slip through the cracks. I thought as I watched the opening that they could never get through '94 in an hour...now I know how.


They'll be mentioned in "I Love the 90s...With a Vengeance" or whatever they name the next show honoring the decade.



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#35 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.64
    Originally posted by Grimis
    An additional comment: things ignored in 1994:

    - baseball strike
    - death of Kurt Cobain


    Exactly how did those slip through the cracks. I thought as I watched the opening that they could never get through '94 in an hour...now I know how.


They skipped over a few things. According to the info on my cable box, they were supposed to talk about Friends and Jim Carrey last night. They didn't get to either.



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#36 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
It's probably better that they omitted Cobain's death. If they put it in, it either makes for a downer of a segment, or you get people cracking jokes about it.



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#37 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
    Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
    It's probably better that they omitted Cobain's death. If they put it in, it either makes for a downer of a segment, or you get people cracking jokes about it.
I thought about that when they did omit it. Even so, they joked about OJ comitting two murders too. Granted, so has everyone else. Still...



What's disturbing about Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11 is that both are classic propaganda. Events are shown out of order, suggesting conspiracy by confusing audiences about the sequence of events; events are shown out of context, edited to create an appearance differing from actual events; scenes of horror are intermixed with scenes of normalcy, suggesting all is horror; viewers are given no way of knowing what is fact, what is opinion, and what is made up.
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#38 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.40
    Originally posted by geemoney
    What does it say about me when I don't recognize half the people they interview for the "I love..." shows (and throw "best week ever" in there too)?

Same here. I had to laugh a few months back when I was watching some "top hit countdown" show on there. They had someone talking about how "cool and hip" the Black-Eyed Peas were... and the guy had looked like the biggest dork around. Scrawny feller with a mullet and glasses. Yeah, I'd expect HIM to know all about "cool and hip".

But that blonde chic with the glasses is kinda hot...



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#39 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.96
I admit to cringing when they mocked Nancy Kerrigan. An Olympic athlete gets kwanged in the knee, and her entire career may be over just a short time before the Olympics.

I know, I know, tragedy + time = comedy. But they could have spent much more time taking shots at Tanya Harding or continuing the "Oksana did it" thread.

When did Liz Phair get hot, you ask? I think she lost some luster when she glammed up for the most recent CD, which came out just over a year ago.

I'm digging the Barenaked Ladies commentary, and Jericho did a nice job last night "representing Manitoba." MIB does so little for me -- I mean, maybe a chuckle or two -- but he was kuch funnier when he took aim at his "NYPD Blue" bit. His delivery changed, and it was a warmer tone of voice than we usually get.

The Crystal Pepsi and OJ stuff was hilarious. "I saw that truck he was driving and thought 'Damn, he likes everything white.' " But what they negelcted to mention about the chase is that he had refused to run himself in earlier in the day as promised, and the cops considered him on the run hours before the Bronco hit the freeway. That's why we were so intrigued by it. He had been on the lam all day.



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#40 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
    Originally posted by Matt Tracker
    I admit to cringing when they mocked Nancy Kerrigan. An Olympic athlete gets kwanged in the knee, and her entire career may be over just a short time before the Olympics.
I don't think that it was because of her career nearly being over. It was just the absurdity of the entire situation. I mean, this was figure skating, not Chicago politics or something else. Then, between Harding, Gilooly, the fat guy, Harding' slace breaking in the Olympics, the video, and eventually leading up to her boxing career today, the entire situation was absolutely absurd.



What's disturbing about Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11 is that both are classic propaganda. Events are shown out of order, suggesting conspiracy by confusing audiences about the sequence of events; events are shown out of context, edited to create an appearance differing from actual events; scenes of horror are intermixed with scenes of normalcy, suggesting all is horror; viewers are given no way of knowing what is fact, what is opinion, and what is made up.
- Noted Warmonger Greg Easterbrook

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