>this pretencious shit mentioned again
why people pretend they like it
I don't know much about British politics , so I'm leaning towards Veep.
Watch In The Loop first. If you liked the parts with the Brits then you should start with The Thick Of It. If you wanted something a bit more similar to American sit-coms then you should watch Veep.
Basically Veep compared to The Thick Of It is like the US version of The Office compared to the UK version.
George > Elaine > Kramer > Jerry
>Jerry! First of all, I think
you completely misunderstood what I said. I meant it in a complementary way. I
mean, you know when people say, 'He's bad', it really means he's good, sort of
thing? You know, slang.
>>Use it in a sentence.
>Man, that Michael Jordan is so phony. (to Kramer) Why'd you tell him?!
Is Fly the only kino of television?
> Donna Bowman of The A.V. Club gave "Fly" an A grade, praising Rian Johnson's direction and remarking that the episode "would have been stellar even with more conventional direction, but with the unhinged images and bold juxtapositions Johnson provides, it's one of the most distinctive hours of television we're likely to see this year."
The episode's negative reception centers primarily around its lack of plot development and action. One of the critics who had negative opinions about the episode was Tasha Robinson of The A.V. Club, who wrote that she "hated it" in an article in which numerous writers for the site discussed what they thought was the "worst episode" of a great show.
Are there any good comedians?
Is there a show that gets progressively better as seasons go on?
>he STILL thinks BvS wasn't literal poetry
Do you think Darth Vader could be more recognizable and known all across the globe than Jesus Christ?
So with the upcoming success of the first Warcraft movie, will we get to see a WCEU?
Will it be the franchise to finally kill off capeshit?
holy shit i remember when it was the loser loner thing and you were an outcast for even liking video games, let alone warcraft
>haha anon sits in his room all night and day and plays world of warcraft what a loser
>2 years later
>omg i'm such a nerd lol haha look at my blood elf hunter
>not using the "raiding MC tonight" excuse whenever asked to go to a party at a friends place
>not spending New Years Eve throwing HE grenades in the air during the 1.6 days of CS
>not saying "I am out of mana" after you get tired doing any extracurricular activity
GUESS I GOT
Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of the internet community known as "Reddit"
>there's a love interest
Is The Big Bang Theory sitkino?
Because it feels like plebs don't understand its complexity and smartness
I still have Nymphomaniac Volume II to watch, but I think Melancholia is my favorite of this trilogy. I haven't stopped thinking about it.
What are your thoughts on these films, Antichrist, Melancholia, and Nymphomaniac?
A lot of people feel that way, which I don't get. It's the most accessible of the trilogy, and I found everything happening to be pretty compelling.
How did the movie make you feel? The people that watched it without feeling anything, I can't get that.
>Karl Pilkington: Apparently... right... there's this channel on the internet.
>Ricky Gervais: I think you misunderstood something.
>Karl Pilkington: No, really, it's, there's a channel 4 on the internet. They have kids, and television, and animals.
>Ricky Gervais: Is this a monkey news? Should we play the-- play the intro, do it.
>>Ooooh, Chimpanzee That! He's written it down!
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>it's a Data has fucked up dreams episode