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2012-02-20 04:46:37 PM  
Kate Upton on SNL?
She's going to have to get in line behind the regular cast women before I fark that.

I prioritize funny over smart over attractive.

the regulars on SNL gots the trifecta going on.
 
2012-02-20 04:47:46 PM  
That thing she does with her eyebrow.

Sweet Jesus.
 
2012-02-20 05:11:01 PM  

usernameguy: one good skit (Nicholas Cage)


"Get in the Cage" kills me every time, and Andy Samburg usually annoys me outside of digital shorts and other pre-recorded bits.

It's easy to support a man with the rugged, smoky features of a cunning cigar store Indian... and eyes that sparkle and pierce the hearts of women, both old and middle-aged alike. And that... is the true meaning of Black History Month.
 
2012-02-20 09:17:04 PM  

SuburbanCowboy: The game show sketch where Maya and Kristen were the models was great because they were messing up and laughing so much.


Yeah, that just completely cracked me up watching that skit spiral out of control.

star_topology: That thing she does with her eyebrow.

Sweet Jesus.


THIS! I'm not terribly attracted to Upton from stills. But in action, that eyebrow thing, the Dougie video. Sigh...
 
2012-02-21 12:43:30 AM  

1stgenwhtrash: I wouldn't be surprised to find that O'Reilly is grooming himself for some sort of reverse-Dennis Miller move. His core audience is aging into obsolescence, and the younger schmucks on Fox have him outderped by an order of magnitude.


3/10

Love or hate O'Reilly, at least give him credit for not taking himself too seriously. He's also a regular guest on The Daily Show, has appeared on Colbert, and had Colbert as a guest..

He also has no problem inviting people he doesn't agree with on the show, lets them present and argue their positions, and treats them with a modicum of respect. Heck, he gives Al Sharpton more air time than CNN and MSNBC combined.

That's why he's Papa Bear.
 
2012-02-21 12:33:05 PM  

ScreamingHangover: 1stgenwhtrash: I wouldn't be surprised to find that O'Reilly is grooming himself for some sort of reverse-Dennis Miller move. His core audience is aging into obsolescence, and the younger schmucks on Fox have him outderped by an order of magnitude.

3/10

Love or hate O'Reilly, at least give him credit for not taking himself too seriously. He's also a regular guest on The Daily Show, has appeared on Colbert, and had Colbert as a guest..

He also has no problem inviting people he doesn't agree with on the show, lets them present and argue their positions, and treats them with a modicum of respect. Heck, he gives Al Sharpton more air time than CNN and MSNBC combined.

That's why he's Papa Bear.


I don't think we're disagreeing much here. By 'reverse-Dennis Miller' I mean that he seems to be moderating his position over time from an angry hard-line conservative to more of a detached approach of looking at events with a sense of finding their humor and entertainment potential. Sort of the opposite path of Miller from the 80's to the present.
 
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