(A Random Post)

I just bought the complete series of Men Behaving Badly (The not-so-critically-acclaimed, Rob Schneider starring American version – two entire seasons!) for $10 at a used DVD store. Three things immediately jumped to mind when I found it.

1) Why would anyone sell this to a used DVD store?
2) This came out on DVD?
3) AWESOME.

I have no idea if this show is going to be actually any good or if this is just another instance of nostalgia messing with my head (ie. Transformers was wack…great, but wack). Regardless, I should be fairly entertained for the next little while or so.

Anyway.

QWOP! If you can run farther than four metres, than you’re a better man than I. Though honestly…I don’t even care how far he runs. The sound effects are absolutely delicious.

Minority Report fans, prepare for erections. Or the female equivalent, “she-rections.”

Finally! Seriously, what was the hold up? Also, one guess for what day of the week February 10th, 2009 is. Both Street Fighter releases in February are now my top two reasons for getting a PS3. I’m not even kidding, and the great thing is that you actually know I’m not.

– And finally, a picture of a lobster knife fight with the music from Kirk and Spock’s duel to the death playing in the background. I really don’t see how the internet gets better than this. I ask you, if this is so simple and retarded…then why am I enjoying it on so many levels?

Lobster has antennae but don’t you grab it!

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Destined to fight the world's evil, The WAMBAG endures massive battles involving impossible stunts, races on horse-pulled carriages, and the desecration of enchanting medieval castles (all done with dizzying computer graphics). Not only does the eye candy keep on coming, the tongue-in-cheek writing and deep Transylvanian accents perfect the film with a dose of dark humor.

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