I don’t know how. I don’t know why. But I’m very excited that the ENTIRE original cast from Napoleon Dynamite is in on this amazing looking cartoon. I don’t really have anything else to add, just watch the trailer and get your tonsils checked, because you will be laughing (I’m not sure if we use our tonsils to laugh, but I like to think we do).
I gave a sadly large part of my life to watching, thinking about, and discussing the TV show LOST. I don’t regret it, I’m just sad that such a good, and well-done story can be forgotten about after such a small time. Our house was often the place many of my friends would gather to watch the newest episodes as they came out. I remember during the finale our cable was turned off, and we all quickly evacuated to a friend’s house with a DVR running (much like the show, all was well in the end).
I just wanted to take a moment for us to remember one of the greatest episodes the show had: The Constant. Do you remember? Faraday as an arrogant jerk of a professor, Desmond as a pathetic coward. And my favorite line “I’m calling my bloody constant!”
Whatever you do, don’t forget and always remember Desmond Hume is your constant (and if you’re like me, your man-crush too).
While enjoying all the ironic and witty humor of “the Muppets” movie. There was a scene where Jim Parsons (Sheldon from “the Big Bang Theory”) is there and doesn’t really say or do anything funny. However, the crowd seemed to erupt with laughter and excitement. It was like I was back in high school again, and everyone was laughing at something that wasn’t seemingly funny. So I did the same thing I did in high school, I laughed along with them and acted like I knew what was funny.
Since then I’ve noticed that most of my friends really like “the Big Bang Theory” and I’ve never even seen an episode. So I figured I’d start today, and document my interest as it evolves through the first couple seasons. I have expectations of laughter and geeky inside smart jokes that make me feel at home with the cast. But mostly I want to experience what everyone else did during the mirror scene with Walter.