>"you are probably wondering how i ended up in here, let's start at the beginning"
I am sorry.
How does Team America suppose to win?
Look how lopsided it is.
career wise, also dying career general
These sisters rock
>its a mike eats a sandwich alone episode
I'm a B lister TV "celebrity". Not big enough to be relevant (I don't really care about it) but I know some of the big ones for some reason.
I know that not giving proof is shitty but whatever we are all bored lifeless fuckers posting on 4chan. We all have time to kill.
What are some good shows to watch stoned /tv/?
These threads are pretty cool.
Take a screenshot at exactly 25:00 and other anons try to guess which movie it is.
>"Nerd culture is the product of a late capitalist conspiracy, designed to infantalize the consumer as a means of non-aggressive control."
- Simon Pegg
>"A sweet-faced boy of twelve told me proudly that he had seen Star Wars over a hundred times? I said, 'do you think you could promise never to see Star Wars again?' He burst into tears. I just hope the lad, now in his thirties, is not living in a fantasy world of secondhand, childish banalities"
- Alec Guinness
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He didn't break a single law.
Morph thread mkII
Last one was good fun.
Half right, (caplan)
I'll post some others that didn't get guessed last time.
Who is best girl on Vikings?
ITT: Times you saw actors you know now, but didn't know at the time and were surprised when you found out it was them
If The Simpsons all of a sudden hired a bunch of god-tier writers and had a drastic increase in quality, would people acknowledge that The Simpsons made a comeback or even notice in the first place, or is it just too cool to automatically hate The Simpsons now?
I honestly can't think of a single person I know right now that actually watches the new simpsons episodes.
If the simpsons actually got back on point and had decent episodes again instead of being another staple of american television that just exists in the background I'm sure we'd hear about it from media sources first and then people would embrace the show again.
Otherwise everyone will be doing what they are now- watching all the good episodes on FX.
I'd notice it and acknowledge it, but it wouldn't happen overnight. The few who still watch regularly would notice it and try to convince others, but if the overall public perception of new Simpsons changed it would sadly probably be the result from social media bullshit or reddit posts of the "now-funny-again" Simpsons.
Pic related and Sarah Conner are the only female heroes that aren't cringeworthy. Prove me wrong.