"Ay Ay Ay! Señor Dingalingdong!"
Oh good, a thread. I was saving more things, even though I'm now into the "bad seasons."
Fuck's sake, just now finished an episode with musical numbers based on The Sound of Music. Now I see why people hate Lisa episodes.
wouldn't it have been better if cap threw the shield at spidey and he responded
>did you just throw a ginormous frisbee at me? the fuck... i'm supposed to be a spider, not a dog!
Seriously, is there anything this man cant do?
Well... thanks about that /tv/.
GIRLS POWER RANKING:
1. Kung Fu
Bvs is a masterpiece and my only fear for the Blu-ray is you can't improve upon perfection and it will likely be worse than the true theatrical kino version
The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, The Leftovers
The Wire, Oz, The Shield
Deadwood, True Detective, Fargo
Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead
Is this accurate, /tv/?
sopranos is television
other then that completely accurate .
>This year, out of the 371 movies released, 4 superhero films—Captain America: Civil War, Deadpool, Batman vs. Superman, and X-Men: Apocalypse—accounted for 29 percent of the total box office.
Just let that sink in for a minute.
This pretty much kills """critics""" and /tv/ haters
Based China securing us vidyakino for years to come. Capeshit is FINISHED.
Take his head clean off?
Why did blackface fall out of style?
>Dude I almost had you
What did he meant about this?
>"You never had me"
>"You never had your car"
>blur effect and loud, jarring music
>Paul Walker starts wailing inside of the padded room in wing A32, foam coming out of his mouth
Who was the most talented? Who had the best post-SCTV career? Who is your sentimental favourite?
"I, Profiler," by the reclusive Mr. Moranis
John Candy was super comfy in the 80s. America's uncle really. Short remains a hilarious talent. Ramis had his hand in a number of great projects. O'Hara and Levy obviously did great work in the Guest films.
Dave Thomas is underrated. Some of his post-SCTV projects like The Dave Thomas Comedy Show are pretty great. How many people would have even thought of doing a Max von Sydow impression?
Thanks for contributing.
Why was it so popular?
What turns a regular actor into a meme lord?
what did he see?