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(Huffington Post)   The reviews are in, and not only is Seth McFarlane near universally considered to be the worst Oscars host ever, but it also looks like he killed his chances of ever again getting a date   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 125
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2013-02-25 09:45:41 AM  
8 votes:

Mugato: Ricky Gervais  was a much bigger dick at the Golden Globes and everyone thinks he's a genius.


That's because Ricky Gervais is funny.
2013-02-25 09:38:38 AM  
7 votes:
Seth, you're not Sinatra. Can we just give the job to NPH already?
2013-02-25 09:50:51 AM  
5 votes:
Yeah, it wasn't good. There was a serious lack of confidence about the whole thing, and many of his jokes were just being a dick for the sake of being a dick. You don't make a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old when she's sitting right there. You make that joke at a George Clooney roast, not when the girl is sitting in the audience.
2013-02-25 09:48:24 AM  
5 votes:
I didn't watch it since I was watching The Walking Dead.  Plus why would I want to see the Hollywood elite pat each other on the back and give each other awards?  That's like watching Congress pass a bill that would give itself a pay raise.
2013-02-25 09:35:30 AM  
5 votes:
I watched the whole program for the first time in a long time and thought he did a great job.  Sure, his jokes were a bit edgy sometimes, but that's the point.  What do you think you're going to get with Seth MacFarlane?
2013-02-25 09:31:07 AM  
5 votes:
Seth Mcfarlane could beat every girlfriend he has from now until 2017 and in 2018, he would still get a date.
2013-02-25 11:52:26 AM  
4 votes:
I don't think it was Seth that needed an editor as much as the producers. Catherine Zeta Jones and Kristen Chenowith were gushing on the red carpet about their friends producing the show. And guess what we got? A "tribute" to movie musicals with examples from the past five years with the producers' friends, a song at the end in which they couldn't cut to the audience because everyone left the theater, and Michelle Obama. Listen, I'm a big fan of the Obamas but she didn't belong there.

I wouldn't mind seeing Seth do it again but the producers have got to go. One year was plenty with them in charge.
2013-02-25 09:49:57 AM  
4 votes:
At least they aren't proving the "women are oversensitive and take things too personally" stereotype.
2013-02-25 01:27:59 PM  
3 votes:
Bith Set Me Up: Michelle Obama presenting the Academy Award for Best Film was utterly gimmicky and unnecessary. Was it really important for her to be the one doing it? It sure as hell doesn't help dispel the idea that the Oscars are absolutely political.

actually, i agree with this.



It also shows that the Obamas are nothing more than a media creation. Kinda like those buildings they have on sets that are nothing more than fronts.
2013-02-25 12:30:45 PM  
3 votes:
Stephen Colbert would make a good Oscars host...
2013-02-25 11:05:10 AM  
3 votes:

FarFarAway: DamnYankees: Yeah, it wasn't good. There was a serious lack of confidence about the whole thing, and many of his jokes were just being a dick for the sake of being a dick. You don't make a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old when she's sitting right there. You make that joke at a George Clooney roast, not when the girl is sitting in the audience.


Good thing he didn't actually make a joke about banging a nine year old, then.
2013-02-25 10:27:32 AM  
3 votes:
The Clooney quote:

"To give you an idea of how young she is, it'll be 16 years until she's too old for Clooney."

If he had specifically made a sex joke, there would be a problem. No sex mentioned. I took it as a joke regarding Clooney's tendency to date younger women.

How some people see the joke says a lot about their own personality, I guess.
2013-02-25 10:09:41 AM  
3 votes:

HotIgneous Intruder: Because everyone loves jokes about Jews, nazis, and gays.


Mel Brooks agrees
2013-02-25 09:56:09 AM  
3 votes:

spqr2001: I watched the whole program for the first time in a long time and thought he did a great job.  Sure, his jokes were a bit edgy sometimes, but that's the point.  What do you think you're going to get with Seth MacFarlane?


Same here. I usually skip them, but watched last night solely because of the chance that Seth might top Gervais for edge. I like Gervais better because, having made a bag of cash in his 40s, he clearly doesn't give a fark about ever working again and has a healthy disrespect for "the industry". I'm sure it's very freeing to be him in public and merely say what most people are thinking.

MacFarlane did not disappoint, but compared to the waxworks of Franco/Hathaway or, years back, the appallling Letterman, he did quite well.

Like the better sort of Fark comment, MacFarlane was smart and funny. While I maintain he's a Farrelly brother trapped in the body of a 1949 lounge singer, he was fast, sharp and professional in that he executed his role well and told off-colour jokes as expected. If you were shocked by his references to boobs and Rihanna getting off on being punched, you may be a typical Academy voter, and/or dead.
2013-02-25 09:43:08 AM  
3 votes:
He was fine, trollmitter.  STFU and DIAF, or at least pull the stick out of your ass.
2013-02-25 09:38:39 AM  
3 votes:
After learning a bit about him from past interviews, he struck me as a guy to honestly loved the chance to host.  He was really trying to do a good, respectful job, and have some fun with it at the same time, but seemed uncomfortable delivering some of the jokes that were written - so they kind of fell flat.

From what I saw, I don't think he did that bad of a job.
2013-02-25 09:37:37 AM  
3 votes:
At least they took a chance and didn't trot out Billy Crystal again for more tired Catskills-forged humor that cracks your grandmom up.
2013-02-25 09:35:18 AM  
3 votes:
trolly headline is trolly and has nothing to do with the linked-to article.
2013-02-25 09:30:24 AM  
3 votes:
Point of order masses:

Anne Hathaway and James Franco, 2011that is all.
2013-02-25 09:28:07 AM  
3 votes:
media.skateboard.com.au
2013-02-25 09:24:39 AM  
3 votes:
Ricky Gervais  was a much bigger dick at the Golden Globes and everyone thinks he's a genius.
2013-02-25 03:33:14 PM  
2 votes:
So Farkers, did you like it? I think Seth is kind of a dick but funny usually. I'll admit I like Family Guy except when he sacrifices humor for his liberal agenda.

I don't mind political jokes, and I don't even mind you preaching. Just be funny. Futurama does this too sometimes.
2013-02-25 01:41:42 PM  
2 votes:

Banned on the Run: I can't believe the John Wilkes Booth joke got a groan from the audience.  That was funny.

MacFarlane called them on it -- "150 years is too soon?"


Johnny Carson did it 40 some-odd years ago, and even then, it wasn't that funny.
2013-02-25 01:34:15 PM  
2 votes:
If you are going to be offended by something, be offended by the stupid 'comedy' by the presenters. Be offended by the fact the opening was 30 minutes long and then they played off the winners due to 'time' issues.  And most of all, be offended that the shows producers, who also produced 'Chicago', felt like we needed to celebrate a movie that was 10 years old and overrated to begin with. That somehow 'Chicago' beat out "Gangs of New York' and 'The Pianist' for best picture that year (I excluded 'Lord of the Rings part 2 because it was obvious after the first part they were waiting until Return of the King to give out the award) is a joke and should not be celebrated.

Also...just want to add this...'Wreck-It Ralph' was robbed.
2013-02-25 01:08:48 PM  
2 votes:
Just a few comments:
1 - He is banging Emilia Clarke...so he has that going for him.  And there are rumors out there of the other women he has tagged so I am not too worried about him getting a date.  Most of his stuff last night was tame considering the jokes on Family Guy and American Dad.  If women in Hollywood were not offended by MacFarlane already, they are not going to be after last night.
2 - The joke was not that Clooney wanted to bang a 9 year old.  It was that Clooney's gf's are so young (and replaceable) that the girl will quickly be too old.  The joke is even funnier because Clarke is 8 years younger than Stacy Keibler.
3 - It was not a Nazi joke.  It was a Sound of Music joke that, if you have watched his shows or Cavalcade of Comedy DVD, I am betting MacFarlane has been saving for years and could never find a spot for it.
4 - As far as the Chris Brown joke...I didn't get why the people in the audience got offended by it.  Chris Brown IS a guy who beats women and the more attention it gets, the better.
5 - With MacFarlane you get what you get.  There was not one thing in that show last night that should have been a surprise to anyone who has spent any amount of time watching his shows.  For the Academy people to get offended is stupid.  Just like with Ricky Gervais and the Golden Globes, 25% of the people who watched that show, watched for the host.  To me, the crap Billy Crystal does is more offensinve because it is not funny and is even more pandering than those shows should be.
2013-02-25 12:41:15 PM  
2 votes:
Most of his jokes last night were just... tired.  You knew the punch line.  The 'edgy' ones fell flat.  Oddly enough, he was funnier when he was onstage as Ted.

I expected a train wreck -- hoped for something at least as interesting as Ricky Gervais.  In the end though, it was just very dull.  It wasn't just him either -- the entire show was, for the most part, surprisingly dull.

It was painful.  I made it to Best Director and then gave up.
2013-02-25 12:15:22 PM  
2 votes:
Seth MacFarlane was funnier at the Oscars than any episode of Family Guy I have ever seen.

That said, he was only mildly amusing.
2013-02-25 12:07:06 PM  
2 votes:
Michelle Obama presenting the Academy Award for Best Film was utterly gimmicky and unnecessary. Was it really important for her to be the one doing it? It sure as hell doesn't help dispel the idea that the Oscars are absolutely political.
2013-02-25 11:20:18 AM  
2 votes:

FarFarAway: He has a disturbing habit of dating women from the same age range, even as he gets older and older.


It's only disturbing to people who can't always bang chicks in that age range.  Any straight dude that says he doesn't want to constantly have young, toned, smoking hot tail at his beck and call is lying.

Mind you I'm not talking about the "someone is tired of her shiat no matter how hot" because I guarantee you Clooney has 0 patience for shiat.  Dude could kick her out of bed and be balls deep in another POA before breakfast.

I, for one, applaud that man for having the sense to always bang hotties and never get attached to them in a way that would affect his wallet or his lifestyle.
2013-02-25 11:15:19 AM  
2 votes:

farkingnotworking: Moopy Mac: DamnYankees: Bruce Campbell: They did know who they were hiring to host, didn't they?  That is his entire shtick so what did they honestly expect?

I'm not sure what this has to do anything. We expected him to be tasteless and bad so we can't criticize him for being tasteless and bad?

You think that Clooney joke was about him having sex with a 9 year old? Really, that's what you got out of it?

No, the point is that is what the 9 year old girl probably got out of it.  "Congratulations on a great acting job! We aren't giving you an award, but let's make sure you feel like millions of people watching tv are thinking about you naked right now!  Good luck with your future self esteem, sweetie."


Whoa. Paging Dr. Freud. I don't you realize how much you revealed about yourself just now. (Psst: no one else but you was thinking about her naked).
2013-02-25 11:00:51 AM  
2 votes:

SlashW: I kinda want to see Seth McFarlane write one episode of Archer ...  just to see how weird it can get ..


NO,fark NO. McFarlane can stay right the fark away from Archer.
2013-02-25 10:57:27 AM  
2 votes:
What a surprise. A Huffington Post writer sounding like a bitter old hag who never gets a good deep-dicking because no guy can stand her.

I don't even really care for Macfarlene but this person really needs to lighten up and stop feigning outrage at "misogynistic" jokes.
2013-02-25 10:49:00 AM  
2 votes:
George Takai posted last night that the only way to make the show more gay was if HE hosted it... which sounds fun.
2013-02-25 10:41:27 AM  
2 votes:
I'm sorry, but the Rihanna joke was funny.  I've noticed that some media outlets are trying to deify her as Princess Di for a new millennium.  No.  Just...no.  She's a very talented dumbass, that's it.  She has the right to go back to the guy who beat the crap out of her, and we have the right to joke about it.

Oh, and apparently, Affleck was pissed about the Gigli reference.  That alone makes it worth it.
2013-02-25 10:40:15 AM  
2 votes:

DamnYankees: Moopy Mac: You think that Clooney joke was about him having sex with a 9 year old? Really, that's what you got out of it?

It literally was a joke about that. It was a joke about him having sex with the 9 year old sitting in front of him in 16 years. I'm not saying it was a pedophile joke or anything, but its a tasteless thing to say in front of the girl.


Well, I guess we can tell it is Monday.

You think that joke was about Clooney "having  sex with the 9 year old sitting in front of him in 16 years "?

The joke is the exact opposite of what you just typed.
2013-02-25 10:32:30 AM  
2 votes:
I wonder how long McFarlane and Travolta ended up making out after the show.
2013-02-25 10:29:45 AM  
2 votes:

rynthetyn: No, he said that in 16 years she'd be too old to date Clooney. That's quite different, and while it's an okay joke, it's not one to make while she was in the room.


On what farking planet could even that be construed as a joke about "George Clooney banging a nine-year old"???

Do you people have some sort of quota? You get up in the morning and plan on being offended by 10 things today?
2013-02-25 10:23:40 AM  
2 votes:

FarFarAway: Please excuse my fail up there. Let's try this again.

DamnYankees: Yeah, it wasn't good. There was a serious lack of confidence about the whole thing, and many of his jokes were just being a dick for the sake of being a dick. You don't make a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old when she's sitting right there. You make that joke at a George Clooney roast, not when the girl is sitting in the audience.

He wasn't making a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old. I can't believe so many people didn't get that one. He said that in 16 years she would be old enough to date Clooney. It was a swipe at Clooney's consistent habit of dating 25 year old women, no matter how old he gets. It said nothing about, and had nothing to do with, dating underage girls.

I think McFarlane did a good job. I never watch the whole show, but I did this year and I enjoyed it. I guess I don't get to be a feminist any more, since I not only enjoyed it but thought the boobs song was hilarious, and think that several of the other "sexist" examples held up by various reviewers are marginal at best.


No, he said that in 16 years she'd be too old to date Clooney. That's quite different, and while it's an okay joke, it's not one to make while she was in the room.
2013-02-25 10:21:38 AM  
2 votes:
Whoever wrote that worked very, very hard to be offended.
2013-02-25 10:13:38 AM  
2 votes:
Am I the only one who thought it sucked because they did the whole "oh no he's going to be edgy" but wrote the jokes so that they weren't that edgy or that the ones that they spent the whole time talking about how he could be edgy?

The Captain Kirk thing was completely stupid.

Roasting people is the most sincere form of flattery.  If you get your panties in a bunch then you have no sense of humor.  I hate self depricating humor when it's used to say "hey I made fun of myself A LOT harder than I made fun of you!!!!"

All those people made tons of money making the movies they were getting awards for, fark em if they can't take a joke.
2013-02-25 09:58:37 AM  
2 votes:
Seth McFarlane is a very talented man with the tact and decorum of a Tourettes sufferer (with apologies to those afflicted with this disorder).
He really needs to hire someone to zap him with a remote-controlled collar whenever he strays into douche-bag territory - like Cliff Clavin did on that episode of Cheers.
2013-02-25 09:50:31 AM  
2 votes:
Everybody's being pissed off about the "We Saw Your Boobs" song...

...and I'm just sitting here frantically writing down all the movie titles listed
2013-02-26 05:21:58 AM  
1 votes:

Seth'n'Spectrum: 4seasons85!: Oh and just choose a Kate Winslet movie. Apparently she shows her boobs in all of them. According to the song at least.

That song was cringeworthy, but the Kate Winslet bit made me laugh out loud.

Seriously, no one thought it was a bit crass?


Yes it was crass. That was the premise of the bit. Capt Kirk goes back in time to prevent Seth from singing an inappropriate boobs song, which "angered" the actresses in question. (In the prerecorded bit).
2013-02-26 03:21:03 AM  
1 votes:
It is kind of a shame, people are too uptight to notice Seth is a brilliant song and dance man in the Bob Hope tradition.
kab
2013-02-26 01:35:43 AM  
1 votes:

rufus-t-firefly: I've come to realize that a lot of people can't tell a race-based joke from a racist one.

Same goes for a gender-based joke vs sexist and sexual orientation vs gay-bashing.


The only thing that folks seem to enjoy more than laughing is getting offended.
2013-02-25 10:25:23 PM  
1 votes:
I didn't even knew that it when it was until today
www.corksandcaftans.com
2013-02-25 08:46:23 PM  
1 votes:

KidSock2004: Everybody's being pissed off about the "We Saw Your Boobs" song...

...and I'm just sitting here frantically writing down all the movie titles listed


I'm a chick and I thought the boob song was great!
2013-02-25 08:30:00 PM  
1 votes:

CMYK and PMS: Bith Set Me Up: Michelle Obama presenting the Academy Award for Best Film was utterly gimmicky and unnecessary. Was it really important for her to be the one doing it? It sure as hell doesn't help dispel the idea that the Oscars are absolutely political.

actually, i agree with this.


It also shows that the Obamas are nothing more than a media creation. Kinda like those buildings they have on sets that are nothing more than fronts.


Vladimir Obamaski Potemkin denies any such link


OTOH, Rock Ridge...
2013-02-25 07:33:21 PM  
1 votes:
Well, personally, I think this sets the stage for the 2014 Academy Awards co-hosts, Matt Stone and Trey Parker. I bet they would be up for it! They have lots of experience with musical skits.
2013-02-25 06:28:02 PM  
1 votes:

eddiesocket: tomasso: The late Kristen Stewart would be marginally worse.

Huh? Is that a joke I'm not getting?  Pretty sure the Twilight chick isn't dead.


You clearly didn't watch the Oscars last night.
2013-02-25 03:02:49 PM  
1 votes:

semiotix: He was terrible, which means he did fine. When was the last time someone really nailed the Oscars? Mmmmmmmaybe Steve Martin, and that's highly debatable.

Chris Rock: one of the funniest people to walk the planet in the last 100 years, and he came from stand-up, so it's not like he's going to melt on live TV. Terrible.

Franco and Hathaway: beautiful, young, beautiful, reasonably smart, and beautiful. Unwatchable.

Jon Stewart: Versatile, smart, mega-popular with target demographics, and 99% of the audience has been on his show. Result: gets stuck in his "elderly Borscht-belt Jewish Comedian" character 30 seconds in and can't stop.

Hugh Jackman: an actor's actor, should have been easy for him. Awful and completely forgettable.

Whoopi Goldberg: hasn't been especially funny since she stopped doing comedy clubs, made  Theodore Rex, not exactly a dim bulb but "smart for  The View" doesn't mean smart in an absolute sense. You'd figure she'd be awful. She was mediocre. That's the level of talent you have to be at before the Oscars don't ruin you. MacFarlane is basically hovering around that level. So I repeat, he did just fine.

All of the people calling for Neil Patrick Harris, or Fey/Pohler, or Steven Colbert, or all the other reasonable-sounding suggestions: be careful what you wish for.


I think Joseph Gordon Levitt could pull it off.
2013-02-25 02:20:42 PM  
1 votes:

thecpt: uhh he was entertaining and the article had no sense of humor.  He also made fun of himself several times and for his Ted effort.

/I thought Ted was a funny movie


McFarlane had no balls and so the whole thing was thunderingly unfunny.  He'd do an "edgy" bit like demeaning every actress in the room who'd ever appeared topless, but then pull it back with a "just kidding" disclaimer, Learn from Gervais-either be a dick and be utterly apologetic about it, or be the normal, bland host and not pretend to be anything else.
2013-02-25 02:00:19 PM  
1 votes:
I enjoyed it.  Given the energy of the show last night, I was actually a little surprised at the hate-on he received.  Not a LOT, mind you, but a little.

Sadly, I don't think he'll be invited back.
2013-02-25 01:57:01 PM  
1 votes:

NakedReporta: I'm not a fan of McFarlane or of Family Guy. That said, I didn't think he was horrible. My main complaint is that the show is too damn long.


THIS.

They cut the mics of the "little people" so they could have more time for 3 goddamn songs in a row and STILL wind up running half an hour longer than scheduled.

That being said...Shirley Bassey singing "Goldfinger" was farking great.
2013-02-25 01:56:50 PM  
1 votes:
Bringing Kirk in from the future was brilliant.  A genius way to trump and make fun of the idiotic criticism that was sure to follow the show.
2013-02-25 01:53:37 PM  
1 votes:

Pfighting Polish: The von Trapp gag?  I thought it was hysterical, a nice homage and clean.


The zoom and music were farking perfect.
2013-02-25 01:48:53 PM  
1 votes:
he didn't have the chops... He didn't even know how to stand... His head was always cocked to the left or right... like he didn't have the honor to face the camera dead-on... Made me not feel comfortable as a viewer.. i didn't trust him.
2013-02-25 01:45:48 PM  
1 votes:

rufus-t-firefly: I've come to realize that a lot of people can't tell a race-based joke from a racist one.

Same goes for a gender-based joke vs sexist and sexual orientation vs gay-bashing.


When he made the "women never let anything go" joke, I stared at my wife and she laughed.  She knows she still gives me shiat about things I did like three years ago.

Whoever was offended by that has got to be some overly pussifed PC commando.
2013-02-25 01:43:02 PM  
1 votes:

Banned on the Run: I can't believe the John Wilkes Booth joke got a groan from the audience.  That was funny.

MacFarlane called them on it -- "150 years is too soon?"


I think it got a groan because it was corny, not offensive.
2013-02-25 01:21:55 PM  
1 votes:

Mugato: Ricky Gervais  was a much bigger dick at the Golden Globes and everyone thinks he's a genius.


I personally loved that.  His routine was probably not appropriate for an industry awards ceremony, but Hollywood is collectively the biggest, most pretentious bunch of self-congratulatory assholes and I was thoroughly amused to watch one of their own rip them apart, to their faces, during one of their most important back-patting circle jerks.

On the other hand, he is insanely obnoxious about his Atheism.  I get it Ricky, you don't believe in God.  Can you just STFU about it for five farking minutes?
2013-02-25 01:08:50 PM  
1 votes:
To me, the humor came across as a  'Comedy Central roasts the Oscars' show. For which Seth McFarlane is the perfect host. Once I realized thats what I was watching, it worked a whole lot better.

/Kept wondering when Lisa Lampanelli was going to show up.
2013-02-25 12:58:59 PM  
1 votes:
I'm not a fan of McFarlane or of Family Guy. That said, I didn't think he was horrible. My main complaint is that the show is too damn long.
2013-02-25 12:32:19 PM  
1 votes:

DoBeDoBeDo: SlothB77:

The 2013 show was the highest rated Oscars since 2007′s 27.7/42 when Ellen DeGeneres hosted.

seven forty-seconds of a tenth?


You need a tutor.
2013-02-25 12:29:33 PM  
1 votes:
I thought Seth McFarlane was hilarious last night.
2013-02-25 12:24:39 PM  
1 votes:
As someone who once did this drawing in DrawSomething,
i47.tinypic.com
I actually thought the Rihanna joke was pretty goddamn funny. Family Guy sucks ass, but I have to admit that Seth's hosting was pretty good. Griping about the Oscar host is just one of those things that people do, like saying SNL hasn't been funny for (current year) - (year when you were 18) years, or Starbucks coffee tastes "burnt," or...well, saying Family Guys sucks. It seems to be expected.
2013-02-25 12:13:18 PM  
1 votes:

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Valiente: No, but making a show tune of all the actresses present who've put their tits out in the name of Hollywood "art" is pretty amusing. See "Barbershop quartet You've Got Aids song".

[i49.tinypic.com image 570x809]

Let's hope this actress never shares her tits on screen.


Too much woman for you to handle?
2013-02-25 12:08:37 PM  
1 votes:

Bith Set Me Up: Michelle Obama presenting the Academy Award for Best Film was utterly gimmicky and unnecessary. Was it really important for her to be the one doing it? It sure as hell doesn't help dispel the idea that the Oscars are absolutely political.


actually, i agree with this.
2013-02-25 12:05:31 PM  
1 votes:

MysticSavage: I'm not his biggest fan, but I think a lot of people really wanted to see him crash and burn.


And he didn't, so they had to gin up fake outrage.
2013-02-25 12:02:34 PM  
1 votes:
I'm not his biggest fan, but I think a lot of people really wanted to see him crash and burn.
2013-02-25 11:59:07 AM  
1 votes:

mcnguyen: I've always thought Justin Timberlake would be a great choice for host.  Based on his SNL stints and what interviews and other award show appearances I've seen, the guy can be quite funny and handles the spotlight with ease.  It think the Franco disaster (Hathaway wasn't horrible but gets lumped in with him), a ploy to try to appeal to the younger demographic, caused them to overreact with Crystal the next year.   McFarlane was myeh and probably a failure as a host.  Timberlake could get the gen x/y/millenials without spooking the boomers too much, I think.  But what do I know.


Actually, IIRC, Crystal was a last-minute replacement for Eddie Murphy after he backed out because the producer -- Bruce Radner maybe? -- was kicked to the curb for some offensive comments somewhere. I also think Timberlake would be pretty good as well as maybe Neil Patrick Harris. And I hope they weren't joking about Amy and Tina -- they were awesome at the Globes.
2013-02-25 11:50:34 AM  
1 votes:
My only beef with the "Boobs" song is that it missed the obvious chance to rip on the actresses that won't show them because they "want to be taken seriously".  What better way to do that then a juvenile song about a shiat load of Oscar winners and nominees who have, in fact, shown their boobs?

Would have turned it from "juvenile" into a point that, it's not your boobs that keep you from being taken seriously but your lack of actual talent.
2013-02-25 11:49:40 AM  
1 votes:
I've always thought Justin Timberlake would be a great choice for host.  Based on his SNL stints and what interviews and other award show appearances I've seen, the guy can be quite funny and handles the spotlight with ease.  It think the Franco disaster (Hathaway wasn't horrible but gets lumped in with him), a ploy to try to appeal to the younger demographic, caused them to overreact with Crystal the next year.   McFarlane was myeh and probably a failure as a host.  Timberlake could get the gen x/y/millenials without spooking the boomers too much, I think.  But what do I know.
2013-02-25 11:46:11 AM  
1 votes:

farkingnotworking: FitzShivering: eddiesocket: farkingnotworking: Moopy Mac: DamnYankees: Bruce Campbell: They did know who they were hiring to host, didn't they?  That is his entire shtick so what did they honestly expect?

I'm not sure what this has to do anything. We expected him to be tasteless and bad so we can't criticize him for being tasteless and bad?

You think that Clooney joke was about him having sex with a 9 year old? Really, that's what you got out of it?

No, the point is that is what the 9 year old girl probably got out of it.  "Congratulations on a great acting job! We aren't giving you an award, but let's make sure you feel like millions of people watching tv are thinking about you naked right now!  Good luck with your future self esteem, sweetie."

Whoa. Paging Dr. Freud. I don't you realize how much you revealed about yourself just now. (Psst: no one else but you was thinking about her naked).

Yeah, I think you have to be kinda warped to either think that immediately, or to think that's what a 9 year old is thinking.

Maybe. Though having once been a nine year old girl, and having endured a similar joke at my expense from one of my dad's friends at that age, i can say with great confidence that such a fear would not be entirely out of character at that age.


The joke was not at QW's expense. It wasn't even about her. No one even mentioned sex or farking or anything. It was a joke about Clooney being a hound who dates 18-20 yr olds, not 9 year olds. It's highly unlikely QW even got it. You're coming off as very disturbed.
2013-02-25 11:42:08 AM  
1 votes:
I thought he had some marvelous bits. The Flying Nun thing was bizarrely funny and the sock-puppet re-creation of Flight was genius. The Chris Brown / Rihanna joke was offensive, but richly deserved. On the other hand, Seth needed an editor. Shatner's bit went on too long, for example, and other material didn't work. If I had been in charge, I would have cut the "boobs" song. I might have let him keep it in if it had been witty, ala Cole Porter, but it wasn't. It was just juvenile. The Mel Gibson joke? Just tired. There was a time when it would have been a funny reference, but that time has passed. The John Wilkes Booth joke? Wrong audience.

But of course he wasn't the worst host ever. Nobody will ever take that title from Franco. That's safer than Cy Young's record of 749 complete games. Oh, sure, you could name some douchebags who would actually be worse hypothetically, like (let's say) Donald Trump, but nobody who could actually be considered for the job could do worse.

I'd go farther than that. Remember Rhinestone, the Dolly Parton movie where she bets that she can turn the next asshole she sees into a country singer, and that asshole happens to be Rocky Rambo Balboa? Well, I'll bet that you could pick some random person off the streets and, with a month of coaching, turn him or her into a better Oscar host than Franco.

Unless you happened to pick Donald Trump.
2013-02-25 11:40:58 AM  
1 votes:

FitzShivering: eddiesocket: farkingnotworking: Moopy Mac: DamnYankees: Bruce Campbell: They did know who they were hiring to host, didn't they?  That is his entire shtick so what did they honestly expect?

I'm not sure what this has to do anything. We expected him to be tasteless and bad so we can't criticize him for being tasteless and bad?

You think that Clooney joke was about him having sex with a 9 year old? Really, that's what you got out of it?

No, the point is that is what the 9 year old girl probably got out of it.  "Congratulations on a great acting job! We aren't giving you an award, but let's make sure you feel like millions of people watching tv are thinking about you naked right now!  Good luck with your future self esteem, sweetie."

Whoa. Paging Dr. Freud. I don't you realize how much you revealed about yourself just now. (Psst: no one else but you was thinking about her naked).

Yeah, I think you have to be kinda warped to either think that immediately, or to think that's what a 9 year old is thinking.


Maybe. Though having once been a nine year old girl, and having endured a similar joke at my expense from one of my dad's friends at that age, i can say with great confidence that such a fear would not be entirely out of character at that age.
2013-02-25 11:38:13 AM  
1 votes:
The reviews are in, and not only is Seth McFarlane near universally considered to be the worst Oscars host ever

No, I won't have that!

There's an Oscar host in Eastborne...
2013-02-25 11:26:35 AM  
1 votes:

DamnYankees: FarFarAway: He wasn't making a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old. I can't believe so many people didn't get that one. He said that in 16 years she would be old enough to date Clooney. It was a swipe at Clooney's consistent habit of dating 25 year old women, no matter how old he gets. It said nothing about, and had nothing to do with, dating underage girls.

I understood the joke. It's not a bad joke. But its not one you make in front of the girl. And I'm not remotely squeamish about that kind of humor, I just didn't find it all that funny.


So date=sex to you.  Good to know.
2013-02-25 11:24:38 AM  
1 votes:

SlothB77: for all you Seth MacFarlane haters:

The 2013 show was the highest rated Oscars since 2007′s 27.7/42 when Ellen DeGeneres hosted.


Looks like he'll be back, unless the old farts running the Oscars oppose it.

Seriously, it was hit and miss - like almost every Oscars. MacFarlane wasn't helped by some atrocious writing and bad decisions by the producers. That being said, he didn't really help himself when things weren't going so great (see the interminable opening monologue, which stopped being funny halfway through and cratered during the boobs song).

If he hosts again, I'll give him another shot.
2013-02-25 11:22:49 AM  
1 votes:

SlothB77: for all you Seth MacFarlane haters:

The 2013 show was the highest rated Oscars since 2007′s 27.7/42 when Ellen DeGeneres hosted.


And McDonalds sells a lot of hamburgers.
2013-02-25 11:21:56 AM  
1 votes:
"'Django' is a movie where a woman is subjected to violence, or as we call it, a  date move.""Domestic violence is not like dating, Seth."That's the point, you overly-sensitive, moronic Huff-Po douchebag.
2013-02-25 11:19:09 AM  
1 votes:

eddiesocket: farkingnotworking: Moopy Mac: DamnYankees: Bruce Campbell: They did know who they were hiring to host, didn't they?  That is his entire shtick so what did they honestly expect?

I'm not sure what this has to do anything. We expected him to be tasteless and bad so we can't criticize him for being tasteless and bad?

You think that Clooney joke was about him having sex with a 9 year old? Really, that's what you got out of it?

No, the point is that is what the 9 year old girl probably got out of it.  "Congratulations on a great acting job! We aren't giving you an award, but let's make sure you feel like millions of people watching tv are thinking about you naked right now!  Good luck with your future self esteem, sweetie."

Whoa. Paging Dr. Freud. I don't you realize how much you revealed about yourself just now. (Psst: no one else but you was thinking about her naked).


Yeah, I think you have to be kinda warped to either think that immediately, or to think that's what a 9 year old is thinking.
2013-02-25 11:17:11 AM  
1 votes:

farkingnotworking: Moopy Mac: DamnYankees: Bruce Campbell: They did know who they were hiring to host, didn't they?  That is his entire shtick so what did they honestly expect?

I'm not sure what this has to do anything. We expected him to be tasteless and bad so we can't criticize him for being tasteless and bad?

You think that Clooney joke was about him having sex with a 9 year old? Really, that's what you got out of it?

No, the point is that is what the 9 year old girl probably got out of it.  "Congratulations on a great acting job! We aren't giving you an award, but let's make sure you feel like millions of people watching tv are thinking about you naked right now!  Good luck with your future self esteem, sweetie."


How do you think she got the role in the first place? Two words: casting couch.
2013-02-25 11:12:33 AM  
1 votes:
My hate for Family Guy burns with the heat of a thousand suns so I'm getting a kick.
2013-02-25 11:10:23 AM  
1 votes:
Any man banging Khalessi has nothing to prove.
2013-02-25 11:05:20 AM  
1 votes:
I thought there were too many references to the Golden Globes, though the Tommy Lee Jones joke was enjoyable to me.

I thought the Kirk sequence went a little long, and the closing song was a bit flat. But the singing and dancing prior to that was very nice! Watching actors pull off some old school light entertainment in the middle of an overly hallowed event was fun. I feel like I'm supposed to dislike Channing Tatum, but I can't manage to do it.

I enjoyed the Sound of Music reference. It's about the movie, not the nazis. It's a perfect integration of his referential humor from any of his other projects.

The Mark/Ted presenter part seemed lame.

Catherine Zeta Jones continues to be hot. Was hoping to see John Reilly. My 20 year old wants to see Chicago now that he's learned Mr. Reilly appears. It reminds of when he got a Guitar Hero game and came to our room asking if we've heard of a band called Black Sabbath. He's too young to like what I like for the same reasons, but we have our moments.

The Jaws playout music was a nice touch. The Lincoln joke was great! Perhpas not the right room, but it was the first joke to bring me close to a spit take.

I expected some of his jokes to offend feminists, or at least give writers who ride feminism to a paycheck something to write about. He's practilly giving them a paycheck, so why whine? The Oscars is big enough that bloggers and writers are compelled to draw some social relevancy in a bunch of jokes. McFarland's jokes about wmen are never going to end up on Gloria Steinham's tombstone. But they usually come out of characters no one should be modeling their behavior from. I never minded the gay jokes from Silent Bob and Jay, because it made them look dumb, not homosexuals.

Did you know McFarland is producing a new version of Cosmos for Fox, and he bought and donated all Sagan's papers? It adds a lot to my perception of him.
2013-02-25 10:50:46 AM  
1 votes:
i only watched the very end....i saw anne hathaway give her dopey speech and then ben affleck win best movie or whatever.  i don't remember anything about seth mcfarlane.

anne, she's hot as fark but she seems like she'd be a pain in the ass.  i've read some of her interviews and she seems like the crazy actor type.  like, "i really had to go dark places for this role, it was emotionally taxing, and only with my incredible courage was i able to channel my darkest rage to create such a wonderful performance" type quotes.  like, these dopey, self congratulatory, dramatic quotes about acting.
2013-02-25 10:43:55 AM  
1 votes:
Well, I laughed hardest at the Rihanna, Chris Brown date movie joke. They both deserve each other, and everything that gets thrown in their face.

Also, overall, I thought Seth did a great job.
2013-02-25 10:42:53 AM  
1 votes:

WhippingBoy: rynthetyn: No, he said that in 16 years she'd be too old to date Clooney. That's quite different, and while it's an okay joke, it's not one to make while she was in the room.

On what farking planet could even that be construed as a joke about "George Clooney banging a nine-year old"???

Do you people have some sort of quota? You get up in the morning and plan on being offended by 10 things today?


No. It just pisses them off that Seth gets paid MILLIONS for his dick, fart and poop jokes while they are forced to give theirs away for free. And they are JUST as funny. Their mom's tell them so all the time._
2013-02-25 10:41:23 AM  
1 votes:

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: [i49.tinypic.com image 570x809]


i.imgur.com
2013-02-25 10:41:04 AM  
1 votes:

coeyagi: He was fine, trollmitter.  STFU and DIAF, or at least pull the stick out of your ass.


Wow.

Pretty upset about one person's opinion of a tv show full of rich people giving each other awards aren't you?
2013-02-25 10:40:54 AM  
1 votes:

nmemkha: Tyrone Slothrop: Mugato: Ricky Gervais  was a much bigger dick at the Golden Globes and everyone thinks he's a genius.

That's because Ricky Gervais is funny.

Opinions vary - lets leave it at that.


Indeed. The one and only time i've seen any of his stand-up was at the end of what could well be the worst 7-day streak I've experienced thus far during my life (think: burying family members/dog being put down due to discovery of tumor/being made unexpectedly redundant from a job i really dug and needed.) I was primed to laugh. I needed to laugh. I bloody well *craved* being made to laugh. I didn't so much as smile the entire 70-odd-minutes the show (Out of England [the night it debuted on HBO)] was on. Oh, he tried. (Oh. How he tried). He was energetic. He said a lot. He moved around the stage a lot. He raised his voice a lot. He spoke fast. He swore a lot. He tried to shock-talk a lot. But not a genuinely amusing thing was said by him the entire runtime. Sound and fury signifying less than nothing.

Fell asleep on the couch at 6:00 and slept all night (a rare, wonderful thing), so I didn't see the Oscars.
2013-02-25 10:38:23 AM  
1 votes:

kumanoki: This reminds me of the time Aflac fired Gilbert Godfreid for making off-color remarks about the tsunami in Japan.


I read this in Peter Griffin's voice.
2013-02-25 10:35:40 AM  
1 votes:
Only Oscar opening that I actually enjoyed.
2013-02-25 10:35:01 AM  
1 votes:

Moopy Mac: You think that Clooney joke was about him having sex with a 9 year old? Really, that's what you got out of it?


It literally was a joke about that. It was a joke about him having sex with the 9 year old sitting in front of him in 16 years. I'm not saying it was a pedophile joke or anything, but its a tasteless thing to say in front of the girl.
2013-02-25 10:33:13 AM  
1 votes:

DamnYankees: Bruce Campbell: They did know who they were hiring to host, didn't they?  That is his entire shtick so what did they honestly expect?

I'm not sure what this has to do anything. We expected him to be tasteless and bad so we can't criticize him for being tasteless and bad?


You think that Clooney joke was about him having sex with a 9 year old? Really, that's what you got out of it?
2013-02-25 10:32:55 AM  
1 votes:

rynthetyn: FarFarAway: Please excuse my fail up there. Let's try this again.

DamnYankees: Yeah, it wasn't good. There was a serious lack of confidence about the whole thing, and many of his jokes were just being a dick for the sake of being a dick. You don't make a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old when she's sitting right there. You make that joke at a George Clooney roast, not when the girl is sitting in the audience.

He wasn't making a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old. I can't believe so many people didn't get that one. He said that in 16 years she would be old enough to date Clooney. It was a swipe at Clooney's consistent habit of dating 25 year old women, no matter how old he gets. It said nothing about, and had nothing to do with, dating underage girls.

I think McFarlane did a good job. I never watch the whole show, but I did this year and I enjoyed it. I guess I don't get to be a feminist any more, since I not only enjoyed it but thought the boobs song was hilarious, and think that several of the other "sexist" examples held up by various reviewers are marginal at best.

No, he said that in 16 years she'd be too old to date Clooney. That's quite different, and while it's an okay joke, it's not one to make while she was in the room.


It's still a swipe at Clooney. And there's 7 years in there between legality and that cut off, so I still don't see it as a joke about dating underage girls. Because it was about Clooney, really. He has a disturbing habit of dating women from the same age range, even as he gets older and older. He doesn't, as far as I know, have a habit of dating underage girls. If he does, then yeah, there was no room for comedic license there, and it's bad taste all the way around.

It's also not a joke I would expect an excited 9 year old to get. But I could be wrong about that too.
2013-02-25 10:32:53 AM  
1 votes:

taxandspend: rynthetyn: Cybernetic: Are people really that riled up about the "not gay enough" line?

The Tony Awards show has been reveling in the uber-gayness of the theatrical world for several years now, and people generally seem to think it's hilarious when they do.

That's because the Tony Awards do it in a genuinely funny way. The MacFarlane joke just felt dated. If you're going to make a joke about musical theater, you've got to go with something more original than the joke told by every schoolyard bully ever.

Because there is nothing funnier than a joke with the punchline "50 Shades of Gay." Excuse me while I hold my sides as they are splitting due to the hilarity. I watched the whole show just because of Seth. Flight puppets, boobs song and the Von Trapp bit were my favorites. I just wish he had more confidence in some of his jokes like the Kardashian one.


And yet you think that a joke about musical theater being gay, the most boringly dated joke in the book, was funny. What are you, 12?
2013-02-25 10:32:18 AM  
1 votes:

SamWaters: I'm sorry, who is Seth McFarlane?


Oooh! How edgy! I bet you don't even own a TV!
2013-02-25 10:31:29 AM  
1 votes:
I'm sorry, who is Seth McFarlane?
2013-02-25 10:29:59 AM  
1 votes:

FitzShivering: The only people I saw complaining about his hosting were hollywood people online.  Everyone else seemed to think it bordered from "meh" to "pretty good."

And subby, Seth McFarlane has more money than the vast majority of the people sitting at the Oscars, including many of the people who won.   The chance he goes without a date ever is virtually non-existent.  The man is quite literally a money printing machine, and, despite the fact he can be quite abrasive, a very damned talented one.

I'll take him over the "har har cheesy joke!" hosts any day of the week.   Then again, I enjoy seeing people with incredibly massive egos squirm in their seats when the things everyone else thinks about them are said out loud. :P


Even though it was scripted, charlize Theron's reaction was priceless during the boobs song. And he stuck the landing for saying we've seen Kate wins let's in every movie she's been in.

Dear young starlets: Helen mirren and Kate wins let have showed us their breasts for years and they are respected actresses with academy awards. Hint: show them off before we don't want to see them anymore.
2013-02-25 10:29:49 AM  
1 votes:

Tor_Eckman: I have tried to like what this guy does, but I don't. However, I find him funny and intelligent whenever I see interviews he does. I thought he was fine last night, except when he did what he usually does during the Ted-Marky Mark bit. That sucked ass.


Seth seems like he's a decent guy from any interview I've seen... but his humor is almost squarely in the douchebag realm. Not even douchebag in the sense of Workaholics or Beavis and Butthead were you're laughing both at and with the douchebaginess, but just generic mean-spirited doucehbagginess.

that said, I don't really think he was that bad as a host. I thought the Kirk thing went on a bit longer than it should have, though.
2013-02-25 10:25:22 AM  
1 votes:

calbert: trolly headline is trolly and has nothing to do with the linked-to article.


img.photobucket.com
2013-02-25 10:20:48 AM  
1 votes:
I thought he was great. I actually watched more than 5 minutes of the intro. I thought he did a fantastic job, and so did my >60 year old parents.
2013-02-25 10:20:20 AM  
1 votes:

Cybernetic: Are people really that riled up about the "not gay enough" line?

The Tony Awards show has been reveling in the uber-gayness of the theatrical world for several years now, and people generally seem to think it's hilarious when they do.


That's because the Tony Awards do it in a genuinely funny way. The MacFarlane joke just felt dated. If you're going to make a joke about musical theater, you've got to go with something more original than the joke told by every schoolyard bully ever.
2013-02-25 10:20:17 AM  
1 votes:
Please excuse my fail up there. Let's try this again.

DamnYankees: Yeah, it wasn't good. There was a serious lack of confidence about the whole thing, and many of his jokes were just being a dick for the sake of being a dick. You don't make a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old when she's sitting right there. You make that joke at a George Clooney roast, not when the girl is sitting in the audience.


He wasn't making a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old. I can't believe so many people didn't get that one. He said that in 16 years she would be old enough to date Clooney. It was a swipe at Clooney's consistent habit of dating 25 year old women, no matter how old he gets. It said nothing about, and had nothing to do with, dating underage girls.

I think McFarlane did a good job. I never watch the whole show, but I did this year and I enjoyed it. I guess I don't get to be a feminist any more, since I not only enjoyed it but thought the boobs song was hilarious, and think that several of the other "sexist" examples held up by various reviewers are marginal at best.
2013-02-25 10:19:53 AM  
1 votes:
I kinda want to see Seth McFarlane write one episode of Archer ...  just to see how weird it can get ..
2013-02-25 10:17:41 AM  
1 votes:
I haven't watched the Oscars since 2003, I think it was, but I watched last night solely to see McFarlane.  So, that part of their plan worked.  I thought he was hilarious, and thoroughly enjoyed it.  So, that part of my plan worked.
2013-02-25 10:17:26 AM  
1 votes:

spqr2001: I watched the whole program for the first time in a long time and thought he did a great job.  Sure, his jokes were a bit edgy sometimes, but that's the point.  What do you think you're going to get with Seth MacFarlane?


An almost middle-aged gay guy who refuses to come out of the closet?

/I thought, even after considering the movie they were both in, the joke about "See if you can tell the difference between Rudd and McCarthy" was pretty farking rude.
2013-02-25 10:17:18 AM  
1 votes:
If it's possible to be too smug for show business, he is.
2013-02-25 10:14:41 AM  
1 votes:

Tyrone Slothrop: Mugato: Ricky Gervais  was a much bigger dick at the Golden Globes and everyone thinks he's a genius.

That's because Ricky Gervais is funny.


Opinions vary - lets leave it at that.
2013-02-25 10:06:50 AM  
1 votes:

gilgigamesh: What makes anyone think he is interested in dating women?   MacFarlane is so deep in the closet he managed to find the Zubaz I lost 25 years ago.

/didn't watch the Oscars


Actually, that joke was made last night.
2013-02-25 10:06:05 AM  
1 votes:

DamnYankees: Yeah, it wasn't good. There was a serious lack of confidence about the whole thing, and many of his jokes were just being a dick for the sake of being a dick. You don't make a joke about George Clooney banging a 9 year old when she's sitting right there. You make that joke at a George Clooney roast, not when the girl is sitting in the audience.


They did know who they were hiring to host, didn't they?  That is his entire shtick so what did they honestly expect?
2013-02-25 10:00:53 AM  
1 votes:
What makes anyone think he is interested in dating women?   MacFarlane is so deep in the closet he managed to find the Zubaz I lost 25 years ago.

/didn't watch the Oscars
2013-02-25 10:00:24 AM  
1 votes:

FlashHarry: KidSock2004: Everybody's being pissed off about the "We Saw Your Boobs" song...

...and I'm just sitting here frantically writing down all the movie titles listed

that song was hilarious and benign. all the cutaways were staged and with the full cooperation of those mentioned. it was about as edgy as a jay leno monologue.


And about as funny as a Leno monologue. "Hilarious" is not the word I'd use to describe it. It wasn't as bad as some of his other jokes but it was the kind of funny that's only funny if you think just saying the word "boobs" is hilarious.
2013-02-25 09:59:13 AM  
1 votes:

SockMonkeyHolocaust: At least they took a chance and didn't trot out Billy Crystal again for more tired Catskills-forged humor that cracks your grandmom up.


Billy Crystal has turned into Miracle Max, but not in a good way.
2013-02-25 09:58:57 AM  
1 votes:
Disclaimer:  Seth's animated shows are turds.  Not funny and incredibly derivative.

That said, I thought he was pretty damn funny a number of times last night.
2013-02-25 09:56:05 AM  
1 votes:

FlashHarry: KidSock2004: Everybody's being pissed off about the "We Saw Your Boobs" song...

...and I'm just sitting here frantically writing down all the movie titles listed

that song was hilarious and benign. all the cutaways were staged and with the full cooperation of those mentioned. it was about as edgy as a jay leno monologue.


Didn't stop the 15 year olds on Tumblr to reblog clips of Shatner and the "unamused" audience unironically.  Of course, they also don't understand any humor that's not a punchline and then 5,000 reblogs of just [SCREAMING] and gibberish
2013-02-25 09:51:24 AM  
1 votes:

untaken_name: At least they aren't proving the "women are oversensitive and take things too personally" stereotype.


+1 Internets for you today
2013-02-25 09:49:20 AM  
1 votes:
I know autistic people with more gravitas.
2013-02-25 09:49:01 AM  
1 votes:

spqr2001: I watched the whole program for the first time in a long time and thought he did a great job.  Sure, his jokes were a bit edgy sometimes, but that's the point.  What do you think you're going to get with Seth MacFarlane?


The problem is that his "edgy" jokes weren't all that edgy and certainly not edgy enough to make up for the mediocre humor.
2013-02-25 09:44:58 AM  
1 votes:
uhh he was entertaining and the article had no sense of humor.  He also made fun of himself several times and for his Ted effort.

/I thought Ted was a funny movie
2013-02-25 09:41:02 AM  
1 votes:
Article seemed butthurt.

Didn't see it, but reactions seemed mostly good.
2013-02-25 09:37:58 AM  
1 votes:
"Bring back Billy Crystal!" said nobody under 70 years of age.
2013-02-25 09:36:59 AM  
1 votes:

BalugaJoe: He just had to have a Nazi joke.


And a jew joke. Not the best room for Nazi and jew jokes.
2013-02-25 09:36:39 AM  
1 votes:
he was better than I thought he would be, but mostly due to low expectations.
 
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