Is this commercial on TV? I haven’t seen it. But then again, I do time shift the ship out of my shows.
So could this mark a renaissance for Kmart? Probably not. But if we’re in store for a slew of new comedic ads, just maybe they’ll find more of us in store.
But probably not.
In honor of You, Me, and Dupree being quite ubiquitous this weekend on some cable channel that was on whenever I woke up (yes, it happens more than twice in two days), here is Owen Wilson’s Dupree explaining (well, not really explaining) Seven Different Kinds of Smoke:
But here it is in action:
(SIDENOTE: I don’t know what this movie is about, since I’ve never seen anything but these parts. But as for these parts – they’re pure Dupree gold.)
(BONUS SIDENOTE: This is probably a good time to mention that I have my own Advice Sheet at the top of the page. It’s full of monkeyBLOGmonkeyDO gold, which despite how that phrasing sounds, may or may not equal poo.)
This was going to be Worth 1002 Words, but I forgot I had one waiting. You’ll see that tomorrow. Instead, I’m upset I can’t embed videos unless they’re of a certain kind on WordPress anymore. But like the title of the post says…
(SIDENOTE: You see, because that’s Craig Robinson of Hot Tub Time Machine and The Office, and he’s dun— oh, never mind. Watch the video by clicking here. There are more stars than you can shake a stick at. What’s that, you say? You can shake a stick at seventeen stars? Well then there’s as many stars as you specifically can shake a stick at.)
My gut tells me to deplore this creature, but my heart tells me otherwise.
I hate microscopic creatures. The macroscopic creep me out. But Tardigrades might have changed my mind. And not just because they’re called waterbears or moss piglets, which make them sound cute…
For anyone who hasn’t seen The Dark Knight Rises yet, I won’t give any spoilers. But let it be known… I thought it was meh. The ending is the only thing that saved it… and the funny thing is it ripped off another movie.
The other day, I was a little lax on my DVR commercial skipping, and this commercial came on:
What the fuck is this movie?! Branded! It’s not even on Wikipedia (all hail Wikipedia). It’s barely on IMDb…
It looks like it could be a kick-ass movie; it also looks like it could dumb as hell.
But either way, I’d know nothing about it if – *gulp* – I didn’t watch the commercials.
(P.S. I guess it’s a Russian film. Could be Night Watch; could be The Darkest Hour.)
There needs to be some type of backlash coming against all the pop acts in this world. But then again, everything is so corporate, I’d have to dig deep to find the backlash.
SIDENOTE: I should mention that I’m lazy. So I looked up some of my favorites on the ol’ YouTube. Enjoy. Or don’t. Fuck you.
- Liam Lynch’s United States of Whatever
- Sex Pistols’ Who Killed Bambi?
- Suicidal Tendencies’ Institutionalized