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Transformers without humans would suck a lot less. by Miss Pandapants - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 05:37:04 EST ID:KlE7M3vw No.397251 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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You know what would be great?
If the Transformers-movies wouldn't have the humans and pathos in it.

Just Robots destroying each other.

Why did noone bring this onto the big screen?
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Yasujiro Ozu - Mon, 30 Apr 2018 13:04:29 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.397319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397251

Michael Bay can't trick women into performing sexual favors in exchange for roles if the movies are just CGI robots talking and beating each other up. It's just the way things have to be, I'm afraid.
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Dirk Hardpec - Tue, 01 May 2018 02:23:36 EST ID:KClUoctz No.397341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397301

I felt like the chaos comes from the fact that the designs of the transformers just don't silhouette that well. It makes them hard to pick apart while they're beating the snot out of eachother and Bay is having a seizure with the framing.

If the robot designs weren't a visual mess, it still wouldn't be a movie I'd like, but at least I could track the action. As it stands, I can't even really tell you what even happened in these movies.
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Walter White - Tue, 01 May 2018 13:47:01 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.397361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397301
That and the fact that Bay can't string a plot together to save his life. All his movies are basically 10-15 minute action sequences semi-coherently attached to each other. Really shitty writing.
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Joss Whedon - Tue, 01 May 2018 16:50:12 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Transformers is and has always been absolute garbage that should only be watched by children or adolescents. The fact that it has gotten worse doesn't mean that it didn't start as trash. Also, DBZ too.
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Noranti Pralatong - Tue, 01 May 2018 17:13:05 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.397369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397367
You take that back about dbz you son of a bitch. Kai fixed all the hours of screaming and turned the series into something watchable and enjoyable by all.


Moonbase 8 by Dario Argento - Tue, 24 Apr 2018 21:18:13 EST ID:+U6mldG6 No.397040 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://deadline.com/2018/04/moonbase-8-comedy-fred-armisen-john-c-reilly-tim-heidecker-jonathan-krisel-a24-1202375601/
Fucking dream team involved with this one
>A24 has begun production and will independently finance the first season of Moonbase 8, a six-episode original comedy series from Portlandia co-creators Fred Armisen and Jonathan Krisel, Tim Heidecker (Tom Goes To The Mayor) and John C. Reilly (Wreck-It Ralph). Armisen, Heidecker and Reilly also are set to star and Krisel will direct.

>Moonbase 8 follows three subpar astronauts living in NASA’s Moon Base Simulator in the desert with high hopes of being the next chosen to travel through to the moon.

Baskets and Portlandia are 2 of my favourite comedies, and I've always really enjoyed pretty much everything Tim has touched. Really really excited for this one.
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George Romero - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 04:01:26 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397163
Yeah it's definitely two different beasts between T&E and Portlandia. It'll be cool to see how they mesh.

I know that a lot of these guys hang out in the same "alternative comedy" circle and work on all kinds of shit together but it's usually little webseries and shit. I believe that Armisen and T&E were all involved in JASH. Armisen was in a T&E skit (Sal and Al's Italian Massage) back in the day so maybe they go back a ways. Krisel apparently, along with writing for portlandia, did some writing for 46 T&E episodes and Billion Dollar Movie so it looks like all these guys have a good history and chemistry so that makes it even more interesting.
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Henry Hill - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 21:10:29 EST ID:Lh8+vDHT No.397283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397163
Armisen has literally been on Awesome Show tho
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Henry Hill - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 21:12:15 EST ID:Lh8+vDHT No.397284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397283
oh i see that was already pointed out. never mind me then bye
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Gillian Anderson - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 22:59:08 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.397291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397283
Yeah, I had no idea he did that. I stand corrected.
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Jaime Sommers - Mon, 30 Apr 2018 04:35:33 EST ID:QmUrtsne No.397303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397291
A good chunk of the SNL dudes of the time were on Awesome Show


TV Parents by Sylar - Thu, 26 Apr 2018 16:44:02 EST ID:IfwbKvx3 No.397145 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Who are your favorite TV parents? Which ones remind you most of your parents? Which are the parents you wish to be in the future? Pic related for me.

I guess movies can count, too.
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Howl - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 06:24:16 EST ID:6uifGdNm No.397186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397157
I really like Jerry's parents but George's parents are on another fucking level of crazy.
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Billy Peltzer - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 10:20:33 EST ID:8SFBPCfc No.397193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397157
Remember when Jerry had a different father for that one episode? The old Jewish guy
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Ron Swanson - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 11:08:23 EST ID:mDsgbCs/ No.397196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397184
iha vitun jepa
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Joanne Kelly - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 12:43:14 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.397200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My grandparents were basically a more ethnic and violent version of Frank and Marie from Everybody Loves Raymond. Exact same dynamic between them, but with more implied beatings.

My dad (as creepy as it is to make this comparison now) is pretty much Lester Burnham in American Beauty before he decides to give up on everything and live free. I'm sure he'd like to do that, but it's far easier for him to continue being low level depressed, so that's what he'll keep doing. He also tends towards age inappropriate relationships.

My mum is kinda hard to place, but the best I can do is say she's like a cross between Ann Possible, Malory Archer and Gendo Ikari.
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Sally Solomon - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 13:09:08 EST ID:KTxOVPum No.397201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Dr. Katz.

It's the only tv parent/child relationship that ever seemed real to me, because they interact just like me an my dad. I actually get really sentimental watching that show.


Smallville & Wilfred actress arrested for sex trafficking for a cult by Claudia Brown - Fri, 20 Apr 2018 19:21:41 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.396851 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/celebrity/%E2%80%98smallville%E2%80%99-actress-allison-mack-cuffed-in-upstate-sex-cult-case/ar-AAw7clR?OCID=ansmsnnews11

I only saw a few episodes of Smallville and never got around to watching Wilfred, but I imagine for anyone that more closely followed the show or the actress' career that this would be pretty mindblowing. Still, though, as someone relatively unaware of this actress; career, this is a pretty bizarre story. Apparently Allison Mack was subservient to some crazy cult leader and to gain good favor and ascend in the cult she would find young women to bring to the cult leader, who would then brand them like cattle and fuck them. They worked via extortion out of the victims, but I guess eventually someone talked which lead the the cult leader being arrested in Mexico last month, which lead to Mack being arrested today. Crazy fucking stuff, man.
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Flink - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 13:03:38 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397082
Generally, any kind of slavery is contrary to the person's interest. If you have to use blackmail against the person to keep them involved, I think it's safe to say it's against their interest. You're being absurdly obtuse.
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Patrick Stewart - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 14:15:30 EST ID:PPBdRS2a No.397086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397059

I don't agree with everything Zizek says, and last I checked, you don't have to agree with everything someone says to quote them — Zizek being the best example of this, as he regularly quotes despots and philosophers in other ideologies. Regardless, if anyone has cherrypicked, it is you.

>>397064

>All you have to do is get people to consent, and according to you they lose all rights to leave that situation if they want out.

Not neccessarily. I don't think these women should've been physically held against their will and refused the opportunity to leave. From my understanding, such a thing never occured. Women have freely left, have they not? Perhaps in the moments leading up to their departure, there were empty threats about how "We still have those nude photos of you", but I don't see that as unlawful, evil perhaps, but nothing that should send someone to prison. Utimately, when the nude photos were exchanged, the purpose was clear and both parties agreed. The women were free to back out of their part of the agreement, but that doesn't exclude them from liability.

If we're to accept what you're saying, then I ask, where do we draw the line? Because this method of thinking can be applied to all things, and the very foundation of our society crumbles as a result. When I think of someone whose unable to give consent, I think of someone who is drunk, or on drugs, or has untreated mental illness. But the way things are now, I can wake up with only 2 hours of sleep behind me, and all choices I make for the rest of the day weren't truly mine. You can take a social pariah, someone whose never known love, and all choices they make aren't theirs, because they're desperate for any contact with a human being.

This is truly madness, this is cancer of the mind... Nothing will escape this if it continues to grow, you will have multi-billionaires waving their hands at trade agreements because "I wasn't feeling *myself* the day we signed the papers."
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Sansa Stark - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 14:41:09 EST ID:flZf8hy0 No.397087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397084
>If you have to use blackmail against the person to keep them involved, I think it's safe to say it's against their interest.
No shit, sherlock. Obviously it's against someone's interests to be enslaved, and it's in someone's interests to have all their needs taken care of for no cost. I'm asking what the law says about the middle ground: can someone legally enter into an agreement that most people wouldn't want to, or does the law say "the average person wouldn't want to do this, so we'll believe it's coercion if you say it is"? I assume that's the case, but I know nothing about the law, so I'm asking someone who does - I'd rather be certain about something than just assume that I'm right.
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Andy Milonakis - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 17:05:38 EST ID:D9AgiyRG No.397092 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397087
>can someone legally enter into an agreement that most people wouldn't want to
Sure. You can agree to sell your house for a stick of gum and when you try to back out you may be lawfully threatened. One of the reasons contracts exist is allow one party to coerce another within the law. What makes the hypothetical sex cult contract different is that the execution of the contract is expressly forbidden by law. The terms of the contract might as well involve murder.

>or does the law say "the average person wouldn't want to do this, so we'll believe it's coercion if you say it is"?
That's what a trial is for. Ultimately it's up to a jury.
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Nicholas Cage - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 23:05:28 EST ID:flZf8hy0 No.397115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397092
>contracts exist [to] allow one party to coerce another within the law
lol I never thought about it that way
>the execution of the contract is expressly forbidden by law
Ah, so it's less about how willing the parties are and more about the fact that they're agreeing to commit a crime. Thanks.


The Wire 10 years later: Best Of All Time Ever? by Shiro - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 09:37:52 EST ID:QGmZN2ZC No.396561 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20180412-how-the-wire-became-the-greatest-tv-show-ever-made
>It won no Emmys, was dwarfed by The Sopranos in its viewing figures, and every season was a struggle to get recommissioned. Yet 10 years later, this sweeping look at the city of Baltimore, from its drug dealers to the city’s police department, to its schools and print media, is still consistently cited by critics as one of the greatest TV series ever made.
Interesting article with old actors and others involved in the show reflecting on its legacy on the 10 year anniversary of it ending.
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Charlie Chaplin - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 01:58:40 EST ID:gKOsPm1S No.396865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396646
The Wire had no magic realism; Sopranos lacked documentary authenticity. But both were genius. It's kind of like comparing Shakespeare to Tolstoy.
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Léon - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 16:50:11 EST ID:6uifGdNm No.396901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Deadwood>The Wire>The Sopranos
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Charlie Murphy - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 18:44:40 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.396913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396865
THIS!
In many ways they are such different shows that a comparison is moot.

One thing the Sopranos always had to do was to keep Tony likable on some level and keep him a family man. The Wire didn't have that constraint. In the end one is a crime show, and the other is a family drama where the patriarch just happens to be a criminal. Different beasts.

And honestly, thank TV Jesus for that! Shoehorning things into a show just make it fit a category is a tried and true TV writer method, and I am glad that in both shows, the writers were free to make the shows they wanted to make. Not be pressured to "add more mafia stuff because this is a crime show," or anything like that.
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Mr. Bean - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 15:32:50 EST ID:EDfoVDek No.396947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396913

I never thought Tony was very likable.
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Winston Zeddmore - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 18:40:00 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396947
I thought he was semi likable for the first few seasons. I was definitely rooting for him and it was definitely easier to when he was having his mental issues. I'm guessing that was a lot of the purpose of the psychiatrist visits, was to make him more human I guess. But towards the end it was 100% impossible to empathize with him any longer.


Hey by Alex - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 23:05:55 EST ID:RrybePhS No.396752 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Whats that movie where a car is at a four way intersection and in the middle of no where. The driver looks both ways and out of no where a car comes flying by fast as fuck?

Asking for a friend
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Gendo Ikari - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 00:32:01 EST ID:9XHlwXcS No.396753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Final Destination?
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Hunk - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 08:46:42 EST ID:H8wdw5bt No.396780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Whats that movie where a guy is at a bar and in the middle of no where. The bartender looks around and out of no where a punch comes flying by fast as fuck?

Asking for a friend
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James Bond - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 19:07:09 EST ID:PpUqOOBE No.396914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396780
Final Destination?
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Nada - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 19:15:10 EST ID:+WqxFn2I No.396915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396752
Suburban Comando.


Atlanta season 2 by C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 01 Mar 2018 18:47:41 EST ID:J2nxIdks No.394769 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Atlanta is back for robbin’ season as cousins Earn and Paper Boi along with their friend Darius work through the Atlanta music scene in order to better their lives and the lives of their families.

The season premieres tonight at 10pm EST on FX
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Will Smith - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 00:49:07 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.396863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Haven't felt great about the last two episodes and S2 in general compared to S1.
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Daryl Hannah - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 05:47:46 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396863
This season feels a bit more hit and miss. I'm not a fan of the ones where it just follows paperboy and nothing really happens.
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Ned Flanders - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 07:28:10 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396874 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396863

I feel the same way. The only episode I really enjoyed was German festival one.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 18:40:21 EST ID:ayw6COVk No.396912 Report Quick Reply
Good episode. I liked the commentary on Paper Boi trying to keep it real when he’s a celebrity and can’t keep it real anymore and has to embrace his fame in order to survive. Was nice to see him take a pic with that fan at the end though.

>>396870
Really? I’ve actually like those episode especially with Darius 2 weeks ago.
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Lucie Miller - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 23:44:08 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.396926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396870

Im actually enjoying this season a lot more than the first season.


Most annyoing characters in Movies and Series by Scasa Blancar - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 16:47:01 EST ID:GW48ElNF No.396806 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any characters ruined whole shows for you?

To the point where you couldn't even finish the first season?

To the point you wished the character a horrible death and the show could continue without them?

  • Walter Whites Wife
  • The Wife and the boy in Lost in Space (Netflix)
  • Piper Chapman and Alex Vause in Orange is the new Black

All of them manipulative, unbearable fucktards.
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Chucky Finster - Fri, 20 Apr 2018 22:53:26 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396829
With annoying kids in most shows I'm just like "wow I wish that little piece of shit would fuck off," but in The Strain I literally wanted to shoot that kid int he face from a foot away with a shotgun.
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Tim Minear - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 02:24:21 EST ID:CC5JHTgH No.396866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The kids in Weeds, especially the generic teenager, ugggg great show but those two are beyond pointless
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Kathryn Beaumont - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 03:16:39 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.396869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396806

Your mom in Backdoor Sluts 9
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Anne Marie Darkhölme - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 07:07:22 EST ID:Ngm/FjmP No.396873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396869
I laughed
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 08:16:52 EST ID:haC4OFG2 No.396878 Report Quick Reply
Chris on FTWD was the worst. Thank god he got killed off.

As for OITNB, at least it has such a great ensemble cast to make up for how unlikeable Piper and Alex can be.


mikeandmolly by Cecil B. DeMille - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 01:41:40 EST ID:3zpabiup No.396757 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where are all my Mike and Molly fans at?
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Ruby Jean "Granny" Cuyler - Fri, 20 Apr 2018 22:32:46 EST ID:3zpabiup No.396858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396842

There wouldn't be any drinks or food getting past that guy.
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William Bell - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 01:12:54 EST ID:zHKzJ0CY No.396864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396857
I thought that Mythbusters proved that airplane windows blowing out don't actually lead to catastrophic decompression events.
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Anne Marie Darkhölme - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 02:27:09 EST ID:Ngm/FjmP No.396867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396864
lol a lady died from that happening like last fucking week bro
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Chucky Finster - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 14:34:19 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396867
First ever incident like that on a Southwest flight as far as I know. Fuckin piece of the engine turbine blew off and hit the window and that poor woman at the window seat died, I assume she was mangled as she was sucked out the window but idr if her body was still on the plane. Crazy shit.
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Trinity - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 18:10:32 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.396909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396889

That's not exactly what happened. She was being sucked out and people held on to her to keep her from being completely sucked out. Her upper half was stuck outside of the plane for while, though, and she lost consciousness and ended up dying because of it.


Silicon Valley season 5 by C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 22:03:38 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.395748 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It’s back now without TJ Miller as Erlich Bachman but how will Pied Piper try to survive this season?

The season premieres tonight at 10pm EDT on HBO
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Teyla Emmagan - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 01:08:36 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.396719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396718
Not that it really matters since you can set <tab> to insert spaces and live in peace with the rest of humanity. That is, unless you're trying to reduce filesize and execution time by .00000009% for whatever reason. Now if you actually press space 5 times you might be retarded though.

Richard.end_rant()
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Jacob Black - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 07:26:31 EST ID:Pn1lKNWg No.396724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
God bless you Nelson Bighetti
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King Ghidorah - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 12:54:30 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.396737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the latest episode, it was pretty good but the "outing a Christian" thing was too hamfisted. Reminded me of the "cheating on your CEO" gag from the previous week where the initial joke got a chuckle, but then they just kept going with it to an absurd degree and just ran the joke into the ground. I'm interested in where this Jian Yang story is going to go, though. It seems to quick to build him up into a tech antagonist to Pied Piper when he's just been a lazy asshole for the past few seasons that never could even create a good app, let alone create a tech company that could poach Pied Piper partners.

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Garrett Hedlund - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 19:42:12 EST ID:RfQC3BWH No.396747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396737
I don't think we'll see Jian Yang for a couple episodes till he somehow comes in as a big tech mogul from china because he copied some company. They showed the board with all his "new" companies in the recap so I think it'll show back up. I feel like this may be the season where we start getting lazy writing because they haven't developed the company or side characters for a while and they want to get to something new.
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Michael Myers - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 13:50:12 EST ID:SkvT2fIW No.396796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396737
It was a joke only at first though. It quickly stopped being a joke and more of a minor plot line.


The last OG by Dean Venture - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 02:06:35 EST ID:ola9EKdz No.396696 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I saw the first episode and it has promise.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtErXQtGXyA

Tracey Morgan the man with two lady names delivers.
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Dr. Zaius - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 09:05:00 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396782
>Tracy Morgan
Hmmmmmmm
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Moya - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 10:16:59 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.396786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dont know man. Tracy Morgan has never strung out like a funny guy to me. He always usually plays the upset dude that makes a kid frown, while at the same time trying to be a gangster about it.
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Maester Luwin - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 10:26:39 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396786
Yeah idk he just seems like one of those types that has the personality that everyone in Hollywood likes and thinks is funny so they give him all kinds of shit. Basically anybody that Tina Fey likes gets to be rich.
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Dr. Quentin Q. Quinn - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 11:12:54 EST ID:+CHASXDg No.396790 Report Quick Reply
>>396787
His projects usually make me cringe, but he always makes me laugh hysterically in interviews. His reallife personality is a million times funnier than any character he plays. His role in 30 Rock is only so lauded because he plays himself.
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Dr. Zaius - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 12:50:19 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396792 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396790
That makes sense. There are a lot of comedians who have that problem. They're great playing themselves as supporting characters but they don't work well at all when they're the focus of a show.


Smartest show by Dr. Hank McCoy - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 19:46:31 EST ID:zsOlXwKa No.396482 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you think is the smartest TV show of all time? Like you gotta be really smart to get the show and shit
Is it star trek? Is rick and morty in the top 10?
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Zhaan - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 03:11:32 EST ID:CAKKga/x No.396698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Batman Beyond.
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Krang - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 12:07:22 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.396705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I always thought Rupert was pretty dope.
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R. Lee Ermey - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 16:44:32 EST ID:/Vmv7I04 No.396707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 00:53:55 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.396754 Report Quick Reply
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Smartest show is debatable but I guess for me, it's John From Cincinnati. I liked it, but quite honestly it's hard to get into and even as I watched it when it initially aired back when I was still in high school since my uncle worked on it, all I can really remember is John's quotes and how unlikeable Cissy was as a character. Like the show never really felt the need to explain what was going on and when you think that there's going to be a reveal, even weirder stuff starts to go down. I feel like the show was way ahead of its time in terms of its spiritual and philosophical themes, which The Leftovers hit upon in 3 seasons, and there's a lot of underlying subtext to John as a character but it just gets lost in the layers upon layers of "what the fuck is going on?"
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Eddie Murphy - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 02:09:19 EST ID:zHKzJ0CY No.396759 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Oh man this show really spoke to me when I watched it back in 2004.


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