/ our coverage of The Fortnight of Geekery (E3 + The Dark Knight + Comic-Con)
» an episode will largely take place on July 3, 1776
» In "Mac & Dennis: Manhunters," Mac and Dennis decide to hunt Cricket. Meanwhile, Charlie and Sweet Dee come to believe that they have a hunger for human flesh.
» "Manhunters" features Rambo references, tea-bagging, something called a Gorilla Mask and a debate about whether or not it's racist to not want to eat an African-American corpse.
A reference to a gorilla mask or an actual gorilla mask? Because… Gosh…
Tagline idea: "It's goes there."
Fanboys receive a lot of shit, but if I was a movie director or television producer, I'd totally court them over fickle hipsters and casual viewers.
Fanboys will see your movies on opening weekend and mount campaigns to save your television shows. They'll buy your merchandise and discuss your work obsessively. Even if they hate you, they hate you passionately.
She looks like Diane Sawyer and Sally Field, but she's sexy? Mixed signals, peeps.
The thread on her cup size is three pages long.
If I hadn't gotten the role of Kumar, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Fareed Zakaria would have had to fight it out between themselves.
We'd like to do a Muppet Babies version, small pot-smoking version of us. It'd be cute.
related: Can't Wait
The three stages of hype:
Something good is popular? Bullshit. Nothing good can ever be popular.
Kayfabe and I, July 14:
I'm really hoping Batman sucks
to spite people
I love batman
more than any other man
but the movie's not even out yet
stop talking about how good it is and how heath is going to get an oscar
its the same reasoning for why I want obama to lose
God forbid people's excitement be rewarded. They mustn't be satisfied.
Many reviews of The Dark Knight I've read focus on the film's flaws, seemingly to temper the hype.
We complain about all the shitty movies Hollywood produces, and when a decent one emerges, our first instinct is to tear it down.
What sadists and masochists we are.