>Her career looks to be just about over. Has anyone else taken such a sharp nosedive from the top of their sport to the bottom in such a short amount of >time? What did that take, like a year?
Chyna? Wait, no, her LIFE nosedove (awkward verb tensing there.)
In fact, I wanted to say "Kerri Strug," America's favorite Olympic-winning punchline from 20 (!!!!....21 now, actually) years ago at the Atlanta Olympics, when the whole world had to make fun of her helium voice for the rest of the year.
Speaking of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics: a movie starring DiCaprio and Jonah Hill, as Richard Jewell, is possibly Clint Eastwood's next movie: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3513548/
>I never finished Freaks And Geeks, don't know if I ever will.
It's 18 freakin' episodes. But you never finished THE WIRE, broseph!!! Did you?
>I get it, the guy making a sandwich and laughing at the TV is brilliant, amazing, etc. The Bible-thumping girl from it who plays "Jesus Is Just Alright" >at the non-alcoholic kegger was in this new horror-type move called Sun Choke earlier this year that I still want to see and I'm only writing it here to >remind myself.
She's fairly attractive now, rabbit teeth and all. I won't post a pic though. I did notice her movie. She also turned up at the end of Buffy which you'll never watch.
Martin Starr was actually an athlete in real life and they had to geek him up in costuming.
>I'm pretty sure you don't get as close to seeing Linda Cardinelli's boobs as you do in that one season of Mad Men, so why are you bothering again? Sepinwall >made you do it?
Because I found the DVDs for like $4. I recalled liking the show. Well, watching it now, it's not that great. Oh well.
Linda Cardellini's part of the story on MM got pretty damn tedious to me and I was glad when she was gone.
Dude, I wouldn't do ANYTHING Sepinwall told me to. I mean, even if he told me to kill him, I wouldn't do it.
>Oh god, are you in for a treat when you finally catch up with the X-Files revival from earlier this year. Hope you like David Duchovony country >line-dancing, cause that's what you get!!!!
I didn't hear about that, but there were plenty of retarded comedy moments on the old show--I just can't think of many of them. In general, the new episodes seem to have been well received.
>Lance Armstrong lol, is ur a fag?
Nah. I dunno, I was never that interested in Lance, but I'm interested in Ben Foster's career arc for some reason. Too bad he had to play the bad guy in that godawful new Da Vinci Code movie, yet another reminder of how many times America is going to let Tom Hanks' flops get swept under the rug so we can all keep kissing his butt.