Tuesday, February 01, 2005

That's Incredible

Sadly, the dude who ran F.U.B.A.R. retired yesterday:

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The good news is that the site is going to continue under new management. Hopefully it will stay a kickass site. I wonder if the day will ever come where I retire from the Internets ...?

24 was pretty awesome last night. Obviously the big news was Tony Almeida's surprising return when he popped in to save Jack and Audrey:

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But I was happy that the formerly totally evil Dina Araz betrayed her husband (and his cause?) in order to save her son from being executed (will she find further redemption as the day wears on?). Daddy Araz popped a cap in her ass (well, her arm) because of her betrayal but sometimes them's the breaks. Maryanne (Aisha Tyler) continues to function as an evil bitchface from hell and, from next week's promos, is able to frame the new girl as the CTU spy:

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I really like hating her! You know, she was never really allowed to shine on either Talk Soup or The 5th Wheel ... now's her time, y'all!

The Michael Jackson trial hasn't gotten close to full swing yet but already the crazies are out in force:

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I will never understand how these international fans can love MJ so much. They cry, gash their teeth and tear their hair out at the mere sight of him and look like they'll do anything AT ALL just to be near him. I love me some Britney y'all, but my devotion ain't even in the same universe as these nutballs. I wonder if they will riot in Helsinki if he is convicted?

In entertainment news A Cool Breeze Over The Mountains Reeves (better known as Keanu Reeves) has finally received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame:

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It's about time he was recognized for his stunning performance in Point Break. It's long overdue.

Hanson are still around (can you believe it) but it seems like their boyish charm is fading:

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Or maybe it's just being buried under an evergrowing massive pile of fat?

Did you know the Dell dude (who was fired from peddling Dell computers because of a drug bust) is doing gay theater now?

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The play formerly called The Joy of Gay Sex, now simply titled Joy, is all about gay love in the early 90's. You can check out the Playbill review HERE.

Those Hilton sisters weren't always hot:

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Paris looks fine but what the hell is wrong with Nikki? Her eyebrows just look ... so ... wrong ... Can you imagine what the poor dear might look like if she were poor? EEK!

Drug companies must pay a lot of money to get celebrities to endorse their products. Is anyone else disturbed by the thought of LeAnn Rimes and her flaking, peeling, bleeding dry skin problems?

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At least it's not an ad for Herpes treatment ... they have to get nobodies to try and hawk that stuff.

All this scratching is making me itch, let's do the news:
So we saw The Incredibles last night and ... wow ... what a good movie. I tend to be very skeptical when I hear movie hype that sounds too good to be true. This is a great movie. Except for the fact that it was animated, I don't understand how it is a kid movie. The themes were very adult-minded. What kid cares about a Superhero family that is suffering from marital discord? I swear, when the parents were arguing (well, yelling in each other's faces) in the living room scene I was sure the dad was going to punch the mom in the face. And I really can go a long time without seeing animated characters pinch each other in the ass as a sign of horniness. That said, I really, really enjoyed the movie. Edna Mode was hilariously funny:

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I can understand why the gays love her character so much. I am defo going to buy this movie when it comes out on DVD. We had such a nice night out last night. Erik makes the bad stuff go away ... Woot!