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Posted 04 May 2006 - 11:30 AM

5/10 in the Top 20. I only regret that there's probably more episodes that I haven't seen... Last Exit, Heretic, Lemon of Troy, etc I'll have to watch the dvd's one of these days.
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Posted 06 May 2006 - 10:23 AM

Nicely done job. GKI, a poster whose 3000 posts contain little waste. Not gonna suck you off anymore today though.
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Posted 15 June 2006 - 11:08 PM

"Smart and Smarter" and "Simple Simpson" (the "Pie Man" episode) likely would have made my list if I'd tabulated today. Been seeing a lot of new episodes lately that I'm surprised to say don't actually suck.

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Posted 16 June 2006 - 09:48 AM

did someone mention "Beer Baron" yet?
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"After much thought into this, I have finally come to a conclusion as to why the ‘Meet the Spartans’ commercial is so funny:

It is an interesting choice to have Sanjaya sing ‘I’m not gay,’ as his final words on earth. As he is plummeting into a seemingly bottomless pit, he does not say ‘dear god no,’ ‘I love you mom,’ or even simply ‘argh.’ He instead takes the moment to reaffirm to the world, in spite of their doubts, that he is not a homosexual. Not only that, but he continues to sing, despite falling to his certain death. The distinct lack of plausibility of this situation is what produces giggles from our mouth. It is the antithesis to the belief that ‘it’s funny because it is true.’
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