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Hey man, you were always cool to me. Just wanted to drop by and say I appreciated it. I'm working on some of my own shit now, hopefully I'll have some new writing on the web to show soon. Keep in touch if you want, on facebook, or via email at email@example.com.
Yes thanks for the add and thanks for leavin a comment :)
Proof that The Simpsons is STILL the funniest show on TV, from a recent episode:
HOMER: Oh, I get it, you're all going to try to convince me that my life is great just like it is, right?
LISA: Are you kidding? We couldn't even convince you that Bruce Wayne is Batman.
HOMER: Oh, come on, that billionaire playboy. He's too busy socializing at cocktail parties and managing the affairs of the Wayne foundation
MARGE: (whispering) Don't open this one again.
LISA: Why does he think Alfred is friends with Batman?
MARGE: Just stop.
:D :D :D
I've been accused of "trippin", "straight trippin", "straight front trippin", "straight perpetratin' whilst trippin"
(That was my Enligh teacher. He was really ahead of his time)
And "straight triz-uggin', G!"
(That was Flavor Flav. I ran into him in Atlantic City a few years ago, made him accidentaly spill the contents of his baby bottle on his giant neck clock.)
(...that is a bizarre statement to make regarding a grown man, isn't it?)
...all seems wel...
Was that a virus?
No, it was wearing a baseball cap turned to the side.
It looks safe.
Got a mind blower, maybe you already knew.
Watched the Michael Jackson episode on the Simpsons last night, which was cool of them.
I always believed that it was an impersonator doing Michael's voice.
The episode's like 15 years old?
After all of this time, I look at the voice actors at the end and I see:
"JOHN JAY SMITH"
The singing part didn't sound like Michael Jackson but the talking part was totally him!
I can't believe it never occured to me after all of this time to look at the voice actor credits and put two and two together.
Or am I just, as the kids say nowadays "buggin'"?
Won't be coming on JoBlo for awhile.
Probably til second week in July.
This virus thing is totally sucking.
When I'm at my job surfing on JoBlo and that warning comes up, my boss has a friggin' kitten.
When I'm at home, and my wife sees it, she's smacking me in the back of the head.
Hopefully, when I come back, it'll be all clear.
Take it easy, Tweek
Arthur Poop-arelli? That rocks! By far the most creative play on my name yet.
How art thou?
Good to see love for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. One of my favorites as well.
Well, hello there Tweekster! What did I do earn a comment from such an esteemed Schmoe!
With The Clapper being brought up, anyone know who it was that made the joke about getting a clapper and every time the commercial came on their lights would go off?
Congrats on the 10,000 posts. It's good to be The King. :D
When Peter was escaping through the sewer system and Carter was watching "Friends" and it gets to the clapping part, I said to myself "I know he's going to do it" and I laughed so hard when he did it and the pipe burst cause I knew he was sitting there waiting to do it.
All three were hilarious and I really hope that they do more like these.
It's definitely a way to keep the show fresh.
:D :D :D
When they try to escape using the kangaroos?
BART: "Hey, we can escape in their pouches!"
*They start to jump inside, then stop
BART: "Eww... it's not like in the cartoons."
HOMER: "Yeah, there's a lot more mucous."
Marge asked him in the episode where he went on the road to be a professional arm wrestler.
MARGE: "Homer, won't this interfere with your job at the plant?"
HOMER: "I would assume so."
This Sunday's was pretty good.
Homer blowtorching Bart was priceless.
Like the number of times Homer lost or left his job to take up another job but next week, he's back at the plant? :D
That man is my hero.
BART: I don't wanna take drugs.
HOMER: Sure you do. All your favorite stars have used drugs. Brett Butler, Tim Allen...
MARGE: Tommy Lee...
HOMER: Andy Dick...
BART: He's just flamboyant.
HOMER: Yeah, and I'm a size four.
And I'm imagining either the Ritalin he was supposed to be taking stopped working or he just stopped using it all together, considering the hijinks still continuing.
Maggie Simpson is the most developed character of the entire family and she's what?
She's proficient in firearms (Who Shot Mr. Burns? and The Simpsons Movie), she's saved practically every member of the family AND she's got a devious side to her hence the fan.
Meanwhile, both Lisa and Bart have been prescribed mood altering drugs before they even hit their teens.
Thank you for the add and the compliment. I love your choice in pictures, especially Snuffleupagus! Cheers:)
"Just because I don't care doesn't mean I don't understand."
So Tweek, I've been meaning to ask you....
Who's your favorite Traveling Wilbury?
Is it Jeff Lyyyyynnneee? :)
(It's tough trying to type a drawn out word!)
And I believe Harry Shearer is one of the most talented guys I've ever seen.
He gave birth to C. Montgomery Burns, so I speak of his greatness, even regarding Oscar Schindler...
BURNS: "He made shells for the Nazis, I made shells for the Nazis, but mine worked, damn it!"
Evil's never been more hilarious. :D :D :D
I go with Maggie too but just because Lisa's a bit too preachy for me.
Maggie is easy going but has depth to her character. And for a baby, that's unique. :D
I've got one for you.
Rainier Wolfcastle or Bumblebee Man?
JASPER: "Talkin' out of turn? That's a paddlin. Staring at my sandals? That's a paddlin. Paddlin the school canoe? Oh you better believe that's a paddlin."
Also, over at the community center-
LOVEJOY: "Are you here for "coping with senility"?"
JASPER: "No! I'm here for microwave cookery...! No, wait. Coping with senility."
That's gonna be me in about 25 years.
:D :D :D
I don't recall asking this before but if I did, I SHALL ASK IT AGAIN, dear lady.
A lover of Lenny Leonard
A Carl Carlson compatriot?
LENNY: "So then I said to the cop, "No, you're driving under the influence ... of being a jerk."
CARL: "This candy is subpar. Any religion that embraces carob is not for Carl Carlson."
The Watchmen poster you have up is awesome..
I wish that was for sale for a reasonable price.. ooo well. I think I'm getting the Rorschach one where he's walking in the city.
HUTZ: "This is the greatest case of false advertising I've seen since I sued the movie The Never Ending Story."
JUDGE: "Mr. Hutz, are you aware you're not wearing any pants?"
HUTZ: "Uh, your Honor, can I call for one of those bad trial thingys?"
JUDGE: "You mean a mistrial?"
HUTZ: "Yeah ... that's why you're the judge, and I am the law ... talkin' ... guy."
:D :D :D
Searching the depths of your soul, despite the pic I saw above, who do you feel the most for?
Milhouse or Ralph?
Despite Ralph's political aspirations, the kid is pretty light in the grey matter.
And don't get me started on Milhouse. He bought 2000 issues of "Biclops", a comic book pitched by a guy from Lens Crafters!
...oh man. :D :D
"Doctor Zaius, Doctor Zaius!
Doctor Zaius, Doctor Zaius!
Oh oh oh, Doctor Zaius!
A-come-and-rock-me Doctor Zaius!
I dug his Lionel Hutz too.
HUTZ: "Mr. Simpson, don't you worry. I watched Matlock in a bar last night. The sound wasn't on, but I think I got the gist of it."
Did you ever notice that The Simpsons didn't start going downhill until Phil Hartman died?
GRIMES: "Oh my god, Simpson! You've got a 513!"
(Homer looks at his watch)
GRIMES: "No! A 513! Don't you know your operations manual?!"
(Homer stares blankly and looks at his watch again)
GRIMES: "Just look behind you!"
HOMER: "OH, a 5-13!"
And he ate the guy's special dietary lunch.
One of my favs?
Troy McClure. Between him and Lionel Hutz, Phil Hartman had me laughing my ass off.
MARGE: Homer, the plant called. They said if you don't show up tomorrow don't bother showing up on Monday.
HOMER: Woo-hoo! Four-day weekend!
(That man is my hero. Not a proper role model but a hero nonetheless.) :D
Tough question: which of Homer's many jobs / professions did you like the most?
The guy's done practically EVERY job there is.
Mr. Plow was a good one...
(After airing the first Mr. Plow commercial)
Homer: Well, John Q. Driveway has our number. Now we play the waiting game...
[Several seconds pass...]
Homer: Ah, the waiting game sucks. Let's play Hungry Hungry Hippos!
Last night's episode with the Footloose ending was absolutely hilarious. I MUST get Superintendent Chalmers dancing around in an avatar.
LISA: "Dad, they called me a P.C. thug!"
HOMER: "It's allright Lisa I've been called a greasy thug before too. So here's what we'll do--we'll grease ourselves up real good and smash that place with a baseball bat!"
:D :D :D
You just reminded me of Homer's "night terrors".
"Cobraaas! Eheewweewwe! Cobraaaaaas!'
:D :D :D :D
My cousin told me that her husband actually does something similar to that when they sleep and they both laughed when they saw that episode.
What makes me laugh the most about that is one my way home from work, I always see this day care center where they have the Sesame Street characters painted in the playground. I just imagine Big Bird and The Count storming the gates with a sandblaster and a spray can.
COUNT: "7! 7 illegal uses of our images without rendering of payment for said use! Ah ah ah ah ha!"
Did you hear the Simpsons signed on for two more seasons, making them the longest running primetime show of all time?
Yay yay for Homer J!
my friend you are far from a sap, the movie is awesome!
Ah, Seattle of course...
Wouldn't feel right in partaking it? It's Watchmen coffee :D when do you ever see that?
So not only it looks like your waiting by the edge of your pants for Watchmen, but your a coffee fan too right?
well I'll let you in on a deal that's been kept relatively quite for a bit now...
This ain't a joke...I ordered 3 of these bad boys as soon as they went on sale, you might want to do the same...
...Just wanted to let you know :D
Dude, thanks for listening to the show and taking the time to let me know you liked it. It's only going to get better, I promise.
That green shirt was a staff t-shirt for the event, even though I technically wasn't working the event. I finagled that shirt out of someone who WAS working the event.
As Homer says...
"If something's hard to do, then it's not worth doing."
Frink is a great choice, but there's just so many great secondary characters, I can't just pick one.
Just thinkin' about Grandpa Simpson at the moment.
Remember when Homer was the Beer Baron and Grandpa tried to stall Rex Banner?
Grandpa: "Gaa gaa, goo goo! I'm the Lindbergh Baby!"
Banner: "Are you senile or just nuts?"
Grandpa: "A little from column A and a little from column B!"
Good call on the Mathau.
If fact, I just saw an episode where they had his Mr. Wilson character from "Dennis the Menace" and as Homer runs by, he says "Simpson! That boy's a menace!"
I wonder if that was Castellaneta too?
Favorite secondary character?
I know it's hard cause there's so many, but:
That show has so many great characters. It's hard to pick just one.
"Me shack! Me beautiful shack!"
I saw the Simpson's quotes over at Rusty's and that made me think of one of my favorites. Just thought I'd add one to the mix!