Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII - Spoilers Allowed' started by PrincessKenobi, Oct 31, 2012.
Must admit I find farting hilarious. Anyone on here a fan of 80's English Comedy series 'The Young Ones'?
I adore The Young Ones. Brilliant.
(p)Rik Mayel was at Falmouth the other day, signing for his new series 'The Last Harrah' - I spent a good couple hours trying to see if I could logically get there without a week's worth of travel...
That much Advil is sure to give you an stomach ulcer or something fun.
I have already done the only proper responsive measure by contacting the suicide prevention hotline and forwarding the proper contacts for them secure her IP address.
I don't doubt it, but it's better than the crippling pain I was in that nearly sent me into shock this morning - I love how my body hates me...
If they came, they'd only find my roomie here - I'm off to class. *blurge*
They're all legends. Rik Mayall, Ade Edmonson, Ben Elton, Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Rowan Atkinson. Red Dwarf and Blackadder are favourites aswell.
I was a Fawlty Towers fan for the 15 minutes that it lasted. It was about the only humorous thing on the box in Belfast at that moment in history.
Troubles is a fair term.
Black Adder was genius. So was Mr. Bean, actually.
I thought Black Adder only came into its own once Elton came on board to help Curtis with the writing. The both fed ideas off each other. Each series from 2 to 4 was brilliant. But Go Forth is my personal favourite.
I remember watching that back in the day (I believe in the late 90's) on Comedy Central.
Over the top makes me
Back and Fourth was brilliant, and a Black Adder Christmas Carol is a holiday staple -
"They can't wait until Easter - that's when we'll nail up the dog!"
Over the top was fantastic and the ending very poignant. And a Christmas Carol was ver funny. 'If I'm not mistaken, your the winner of the round Britain shortest, fattest, dumpiest woman contest (to Queen Victoria!)
So Anne Hathaway is joining Interstellar. While I love Anne, I'm kinda tired of Nolan just reusing his actors. He's kinda becoming like Tim Burton where he always reuses a certain batch of actors he likes and it gets kind of boring after a while. Here's hoping the rest of the cast is different *though $10 the next announced cast member is either JGL or Michael Caine*
I watch the Inbetweners.
So we started getting some reviews for Oblivion. Very mixed so far and I'm trying really hard to not get worried for SW7 since they're both written by the same guy
Oblivion looks boring. /Wall*E 2
You know you are getting old when getting new carpet is the event you look forward to for a month, and when it's installed...it's every damn bit as exciting and joyous as you'd hoped for. New thingy under my feet! HUZZAH!!!
He wasn't the sole writer. There were a couple of other guys. I blame them.
I'm excited for Oblivion. I really liked Tron: Legacy.
It's my mother's birthday today! I'm trying to think of something that isn't too cheesy or cliched to write in her b-day card.
Yes, try to not express how you honestly feel if you can manage to.