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Feb 2nd 2009 10:34AM Ok, I liked the careerbuilder one where the you wanted to hit small animals. It was hilarious.
Feb 2nd 2009 10:32AM I really liked the Nextel Roadies.
I really enjoyed some of the previews for upcoming movies too. There were so many to choose from I'm not sure which one I'm most excited about. My kids are very excited about Monster vs. Alien. My daughter kept shouting, I like the blue guy (the glob).
Feb 2nd 2009 10:27AM I really enjoyed some of the previews for upcoming movies too. There were so many to choose from I'm not sure which one I'm most excited about. My kids are very excited about Monster vs. Alien. My daughter kept shouting, I like the blue guy (the glob).
Feb 2nd 2009 10:17AM I had no glasses (actually I did, but was too lazy to go get them out). I'd have rather see the commercials without the 3-D personally.
The 3-D seemed like a cheap gimmick in a year where none of the commercials were good enough to be memorable.
Jan 15th 2009 10:12AM I liked Michael better than Jason, but he seems to share is brother’s carefree attitude - as well as his interesting taste in hairdos. Unfortunately, the laissez-faire attitude probably won’t bode well for Michael in the competition.
Jan 14th 2009 11:46AM Let's just talk a minute about Ms. Bikini, because I'm sure she's going to get a lot of press. Model Katrina Darrell banked on her assets and her gimmick got her a ticket to Hollywood. You can't fault the girl for that. But she's not going to be able to wear a bikini throughout the whole season and insulting a judge is not the best way to win points in the long run.
Nov 25th 2008 1:13PM With Isaac dead, who's drawing the 9th Wonders comic?
I've been wondering that for a couple episodes now.
I found it very hard to feel suspense in this episode when they showed us everything that was going to happen in the sketches in the very beginning.
The best part of the show was watching everyone’s reactions when they lost their powers.
Nov 19th 2008 10:34AM Did anyone see The Observer in this episode? I didn’t. Or at least I didn’t see him as we usually do. I think – now this is just a theory – that the second Walter we saw was actually The Observer in disguise. Not sure yet if it was a great disguise or if The Observer actually metamorphosized his looks. But if I’m right, our weird game of Where’s Waldo just got harder.
And I think there’s a lot more to Walter, then anyone of us realize and I think he’s saner than we thought.
My favorite Walterism of the night was his thought process for remembering Dashiell’s name. Green and red lights to Christmas to Jingle Bells to Dashing through the now to Dashiell. Great!
I loved that we got to see Olivia smile again. She’s much more likeable when we see a little emotion.
Back to my theory about what Walter did to Peter as a child, did anyone find it odd that Walter was surprised that Ben’s musical talent was “light years” ahead of where Peter was at that age?
Nov 18th 2008 8:28AM I must be getting disillusioned with the show, because I was not impressed with this episode. I thought the big reveal about Claire’s specialness was anticlimactic.
Nov 12th 2008 10:46AM Another good episode, although I’m really frustrated that Broyles won’t come clean with Olivia on what he knows about the Pattern.
I loved that we finally got to see Olivia smile. I was beginning to wonder if she could. Of course, it took a guy to make it happen. I wonder just how close she and Lucas were. And when?
Well know we know of at least one experiment Walter did on Peter. Who hooks up car batteries to their child? Makes you wonder what else he’s done to Peter.
My favorite Walterism is when he’s at the hospital looking at the parasite in Loeb. They ask Walter if he can help. He replies that he can, but not here. His breath is atrocious. I loved his obsession with gum/mints this episode.