I could write the best book on underage tragedy

The Simpsons' first Treehouse of Horror episode pre-dates the births of current college sophomores.


Teevee time with B's children:

"I want Olivia!"

"I want Olivia!"

"I want Olivia!"

Who is Olivia?"

"I want Olivia or Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!"

Oh. She's a children's show.

Olivia [is] a hyper-active piglet who tests her mother's patience by belting out songs, drawing on walls and dancing. [source]

"You don't like Wonder Pets? What about this ad for an erectile dysfunction drug?"


Fantastic Mr. Fox reminds me of the film adaptation of James and the Giant Peach, which lost money for Disney.

"A film by Wes Anderson" is no longer a selling point, and it's a children's film, no less.

An animated one.

Written by Noah Baumbach (Margot at the Wedding).

Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco outgrossed James and the Giant Peach.


Robert Zemeckis seems content with making lame performance capture films for the rest of his life. He's the George Lucas of Eddie Murphys.


The word "Exit" is foreign to Vancouver's public transit signage.
Avoidance of Works
not work safe, rofl….

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