Gamble a stamp. I can show you how to be a real man!
Wow, I remember watching this 10 years ago on a VHS collection (the whole series crammed on to one tape). I hadn't heard of it, but Lynch and Frost's names were on it. In the end, though, it was kind of obvious to me why it was short lived. The Lynch directed episodes were good (though not great), and the others were pretty forgettable.
I'm really impressed by the quality of their version though. It doesn't look like all of the other shitty VHS transfers these kinds of shows have on Youtube.
I got so much shit for sending this around my office like six months ago. I still think it's great! (I'M NOT BITTER.)
@hypnosifl Billy Corgan, too. It was a simpler time.
@Clarence Rosario If the polo is tucked, then no. (Unless they're wearing khakis instead of slacks, in which case dear god.)
Hi, John Shankman. I don't post comments very often but
@Aloysius Unnecessary. Between Netflix and all the other shit you can get on your television for free, why pay more?
I think the usual caveats are worth noting here, which is that the first primary contest is still some months away, and the presidential vote is more than a year away. Polls this far out don't mean a lot, as once you get to the actual votes in IA and NH, all the dynamics will change. And if Pawlenty were the GOP nominee, that would instantly improve his competitive ability, and MN would be in play, even if he's poisoning his potential to ultimately take it.
Pawlenty is probably an also-ran, but it's too early to play anyone's dirge, and not because of polls.
@Bittersweet If I actually have bees in my pants, there's no way the windows are going to be up.
Thank god America still has the world's worst sheep dog. We've got to be #1 in at least something.
@deepomega Yeah, I have no idea what internet emptiness is supposed to be. Whenever I'm out in the world, I just wish I could look stuff up more easily.