What's your favorite episode of Judge Judy?
Comfiest thing Ive seen in a while.
Will dump few more screenshots.
Who here is anti-hologram ?
>ITS ITS HIGH TECH
>SO WE MUST ADD THEM HOLOGRAMS
gj production designer
>not wanting 2pac's acting career to be revitalized
Why were the helmets so small?
Smithers I'm home
Do you still like respect Joe Rogan knowing that hes a racist?
What do you think, /tv/? Looks promising.
Stern is the one of the best interviewers
But all he does now is interview celebrities
Does anyone legitimately like hearing celebrities talk about their lives?
I don't get it honestly.
I don't hate his movies but I don't get the masturbatory levels of fandom. Like Vertigo is an interesting mystery but hardly mindblowing.
I don't understand how people can look at any of his films and consider them the best ever made. He's a very tight director and pretty good but not really the best.
If I have to read a book in order to be initiated into a secret fanclub, then that's on his movies, not me.
Vertigo is literally the Gone Girl of its age. I don't think either of those are too far off from Nolan's work.
What is Adam Sandler's best film?
Why is he getting pleb roles now?
>It's like a sauna in here.
What did he mean by this?
Discuss the new season, season 1, ideas for future cases to be explored, etc.
Link to season 2 episode 1: https://serialpodcast.org/season-two/1/dustwun
Thread theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmfECTuYcFQ
So what does /tv think of Rick and Morty? Watched it for the first time and found hilariously entertaining.
Everyone loves it but it's a running gag that we all hate it.
I just watched this and I spent the entire show repeating the words "This is reddit, this is memes, this is reddit, this is memes..." under my breath.
I fucking hated it. I was writhing around on the floor in front of my sofa for the last 30 minutes it was so painful.
>Ayy substance abuse references lmao
If you liked it you're in the wrong place
In case anyone's interested, we now know who DUDE WEED LMAO is playing in The Disaster Artist: Sandy Schklair, the script supervisor for The Room.
Gives me a little more faith that they'll stay true to the book. The part where Tommy explains how he wanted there to be a vampire driving off the roof into the distance is fucking incredible.