Where is the new episode of BOTW?
Mike is so small and so cute, he's my favorite. I don't watch RLM videos without him, he's always so insightful and wonderful.
How do you think Rich reconciles the fact that he's a 40 year old man who works for minimum wage and has to rent an apartment (rather than have a house) in Milwaukee of all fucking places, eating fast food as his diet and fucking a physically retarded femnazi? For years he had to work menial construction jobs to make ends meet, with the low point of his life involving something as mundane as a parking ticket.
Rich had a difficult life growing up--his mother was a crack whore and his father was absent most of the time. His loving grandmother tried, but she placated young Rich with videogames and dreams of a better life. Dreams that Rich was never able to cash in on. The constant failures in his life shaped him as the Don Quixote figure we have today, an empty casket of ruination and aspirations.
A man with no training, no education, no real life experience tries to make his voice heard. This echoes the warnings of the great capitalists of the 19th century, showing that, given power, the proles will replace society with an empty shell of itself. Reflecting this, Rich only brings his jaded, cynical outlook on life to the table.
Mike uplifted him from his sorry state, but even then Mike and Jay keep him around so they have an easy source of schadenfreude. While Mike and Jay make a comfortable living doing what they love, Rich remains a punching bag. They keep him around as a literal reminder of the failures of Generation X, encapsulated by Rich's love of shitty grunge rock and old school FPSes like Doom.
Many nights Rich does nothing but play videogames, sometimes playing live to a crowd of people even more pathetic than him. Previously Recorded gives him solace that no matter how much of a fuckup he is, he will never be on the same tier as the retards that join him every Wednesday and Sunday night. This is the only thing that keeps Rich from giving up the ghost. Not his girlfriend. Not his childhood friends. But the mere feeling that he is better than somebody.
Is there a better scene in all of Star Trek?
> Implying the most powerful performance in that episode isn't Wheaton's Wesley Crusher meeting his holodad
Who will play him in his inevitable biopic
Who /nickybestgirl/ here?
What yall niggas gone do?
Who's ready for more DCkino?
Just found out a theatre near me is going to screen The Killing Joke.
Directors as Spongebob screenshots.
Is she the Dark Knight Return's Robin?
torrent is out mates
who is watching this tonight?
>it's an anon spends all day watching the behind the scenes documentaries episode
My favorite kind of episode desu
>I watch YuGiOh/DBZ/anything abridged! It's way better than the real thing!
>I don't watch YuGiOh/DBZ/anything abridged! It's way worse than the real thing!
Would you watch a remake of Network?
ITT: perfect castings