Hey kids, sorry for my late and lame updates so far this week … I’ve been guest-blogging at Wonkette, which is fun but kind of emotionally draining. I’m done, though, so I promise that today will be the nadir of lameness. I don’t even have the energy to deal with rape humor in Crankshaft or Rusty’s ass in Judge Parker, but I urge to check out the thoughtful comments on both on yesterday’s post.
Actual religious affiliation of past stars:
- Lucille Ball: One of inner circle of the first six Scientologists.
- John Wayne: Zoroastrian all the way, baby!
- Jerry Mathers: Early proponent of wicca. Felt the beaver was his “power animal.”
Herb and Jamaal, 10/24/07
I’ve tried before to distill Herb and Jamaal to its squishy, nonspecific essence, but today’s installment convinces me that I have more work to do. Here’s my best shot:
Herb (or Jamaal): “Hey, Jamaal (or Herb), something incredibly nonspecific that seems to vaguely relate to pop culture!”
Jamaal (or Herb): “Response that implies I know what you’re talking about even though that’s really not possible … stretched over two panels!”
Jamaal (or Herb) or Herb (or Jamaal): [Wry thought balloon.]
Then, of course, comes the butt sex.
They’ll Do It Every Time, 10/24/07
Philosophical question: Is “the urge” still “the urge” if it doesn’t contain the words “the urge”? Whichever way, there’s something delightfully unsettling about this one. “I have plenty of time to scream … NOW THAT I’VE KILLED THEM BOTH! MU HA HA HA!”