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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by miss kermie, May 8, 2012.
Hey, dude, schizophrenia sells!
Yeah, I guess.......or should I say 'WE' guess
Okay, I have a Seinfeld question that maybe beaker or Charlie can help me out with...
During the montage from "The Finale" of various different recurring characters from the course of the series are seen packing up and leaving for the trial of the New York Four, inbetween Bania and Steinbrener, there's a guy with thick hair, and a mustache, hailing a taxi. Who is he? I don't remember seeing him from any other episode from the series, what connection does he have to Jerry, George, Kramer, or Elaine?
Haven't seen the episode in awhile, but it sounds like a description of Keith Hernandez. It's been so long since I've watched Seinfeld that I really don't remember exactly what he did on the show. But he was there for a few episodes. One, I remember, parodied "the magic bullet theory" from the JFK assassination.
I'll have to watch later if we can't figure it out, but could it have been the parking garage security guy from the parking garage episode?
I checked, and yes, it turns out, it WAS Keith Hernandez. All this time, I never recognized him for some reason, he looks a little different from his earlier appearances.
At least it's not like how Tim Watley completely changed his appearance every time he was featured in an episode... and was that intentional?
Why is PBS playing Christmas specials today, the day before Thanksgiving?
Geez. And I thought it was annoying enough that my local JC Penny is already playing Christmas tunes.
Why are all of us listening to Christmas music at our homes then? Arghhhhh!
Why do we need a claymation SpongeBob Christmas Special on network TV? Why?
Is it really claymation or is it just a commercial that's in that style?
Strangely, I was watching Nick all day and I didn't see any commercials for it so I have no idea what you are talking about
I believe it was on CBS for some reason.
Yeah, like the Hoops and Yo Yo Christmas special, which is odd, considering they're supposed to be Hallmark characters (Hallmark Channel aired a Halloween special on, well, Halloween).
But, on to the next discussion:
Apparently, Chevy Chase is finally fed up with Community, and has left the show, which begs the question... what is this show supposed to be about again? I never was able to figure it out... it really wasn't even funny...
Why are the Toy Story movies the only Pixar movies that any station actually seems to care about? Seriously, they're constantly on (especially now) somewhere between Disney and Starz and other channels, yet you never see any other Pixar movies show up.
I see Ratatouille and WALL*E on occasion. Speaking of which, for a while there, Ratatouille was everywhere it seems in 2008, likewise, the next year, WALL*E was everywhere.
ABC Family seems to play The Incredibles quite often throughout the year, and maybe Finding Nemo on occasion.
And while we're on the subject of Pixar movies, why is Monsters, Inc. so underrated? I mean, it seems like absolutely nobody even cares about that very well-made movie.
I was actually thinking about that when I made my previous post, it does seem like Monster's, Inc. is undeservingly underrated, not sure why. Of all the Pixar movies, it and A Bug's Life seems to always get the shaft by most people... the former, again, I don't understand, because it really is a good one, the latter on the other hand, it's probably my least favorite of Pixar's thus far, so yeah.
Other than WALL*E, A Bug's Life is probably my least favorite Pixar movie, so I can more understand that, but Monsters Inc. never gets enough love. I wonder if it could be a date thing. A Bug's Life and Monsters Inc. are also two of the oldest Pixar films, the others being the Toy Story movies which somehow survive (possibly due to there being two movies rather than one?), yet everything after Monsters Inc seems to still be very popular.
The Toy Story series are Pixar's most popular films and probably some of the most popular animated films of all time. That's why they show them all the time. As to why Monsters Inc doesn't get enough love, well, I'm not sure why. It certainly deserves more love. It's a lot better than Cars and yet Cars is the movie that gets tons of merchandise. I don't get it.
A Bug's Life seems to just disappear in thin air
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