?

Log in

No account? Create an account

Previous Entry | Next Entry

there was a wardrobe malfunction


Convenient Catholics.... only on Sundays. Ha!

"Bundyesque serial killer?"  - I just love that option.

"Yes indeedy corncobs" - Oh Tracy how I love you. So Kenneth.

Wardrobe malfunction... Could this date go worse? Or yes it can.

Priest: "Come on man. I need back up. Harvard did not prepare me for that."

Mom confesses to Liz that she isn't mom but Grandma. OMG you knew it would be something but that was too much.

"sophisticated friend Tracy" Because that's a word I think of when I think of Tracy... sophisticated.

"Let's do this again".

Worst date ever for them. For us, lots of laughs.

I love the chemistry between Tina and Jon. They are so cute together. I can't wait until next week's episode.

Comments

( 10 comments — Leave a comment )
marymary
Feb. 13th, 2009 04:51 am (UTC)
"Yes indeedy corncobs"

THAT was my favorite line.

But OMG Jack's Our Father on the phone to Jonathan!

I love Dr. Jon's "let's embrace this" speech. He's a keeper.

WHO HAS CONFESSIONS RIGHT AFTER MASS? TV Catholics I guess.

watching more...
gatsbyfan
Feb. 13th, 2009 11:59 am (UTC)
TV Catholics also pray for all the pregnant ladies in the church and name them individually.

The Our Father was excellent.
marymary
Feb. 13th, 2009 05:03 am (UTC)
Being divorced is not considered a sin by the church, Jack. *g*

The Tracy/Kenneth date is getting old.

"Go to your stupid restaurant! Eat your gold ice cream! ...And now you will never see the crazy underwears I have on!" She leaves.
Jack: "What kind of God would let that happen?"

Someone is trying to reunite them.
"Maybe it's God."
"Maybe it's Ray Kroc."
"Maybe it's the Hamburglar."
gatsbyfan
Feb. 13th, 2009 12:07 pm (UTC)
The Tracy/Kenneth date thing did get old towards the end. But I thought Griz and Dot Comm were funny.

I loved the look on Jack's face when he said, "What kind of God would let that happen?".

Jack in McDonalds was both funny and really sad. But I love how he can't quite believe Liz is out with the handsomeness unless he's going to kill her and eat her.
marymary
Feb. 13th, 2009 05:04 am (UTC)
Yes, Tina and Jon are magic. I agree. I can't wait till next week either.
tomfoolery815
Feb. 13th, 2009 04:58 pm (UTC)
"Bundyesque serial killer?" - I just love that option.
Jack: Slump buster?
Liz: No, he's not a ballplayer.

"sophisticated friend Tracy" Because that's a word I think of when I think of Tracy... sophisticated.
Nor did I expect Tracy to be Kenneth's Cyrano. But there he was, enlisting everybody else to help. It was kinda sweet, actually; this show doesn't do much of that IMO, so it was a pleasant surprise. Loved Jane K.'s impromptu Michael McDonald imitation, too.

Anybody else think the "sweetest, prettiest, blindest girl" suspected she and Kenneth were related? Because she stopped feeling his mouth area, then felt her own.

Then held her wrist up to her face and said "Oh, look at the time." :-)
gatsbyfan
Feb. 13th, 2009 07:49 pm (UTC)
Anybody else think the "sweetest, prettiest, blindest girl" suspected she and Kenneth were related? Because she stopped feeling his mouth area, then felt her own.
I didn't get that at all. I think it was more "Oh, he's not as good looking as I thought". He has his goofy Kenneth smile so she probably figured he wasn't attractive.

I must get a good Kenneth icon.
tomfoolery815
Feb. 13th, 2009 09:24 pm (UTC)
You're probably right. I keep seeing things that aren't there in my favorite shows.

Not sure I want to know what that means.
tomfoolery815
Feb. 13th, 2009 05:02 pm (UTC)
Wardrobe malfunction... Could this date go worse?
"It's not the good one, either." Didn't know it worked like that. ;-)

Priest: "Come on man. I need back up. Harvard did not prepare me for that."
"I may have sodomized our former vice president while under the influence of some weapons-grade narcotics." Baldwin delivers that kind of line so well.
tomfoolery815
Feb. 14th, 2009 01:39 am (UTC)
has Tina Fey's Emmy-winning sitcom completely sold out to egregious product placement? According to Ms. Fey, the answer is a resounding no. Fey issued this statement to finally put McFlurry-gate '09 to rest:

“It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the references to McDonald's in last night's episode of 30 Rock were in no way product placement. (Nor were they an attempt at product placement that fell through.) We received no money from the McDonald's Corporation. We were actually a little worried they might sue us. That's just the kind of revenue-generating masterminds we are.

Also, the upcoming story line where Liz Lemon starts dating Grimace is just based on a recurring dream I have.

Seriously, though, it's not product placement.

Also, whoever is writing my Twitter account is pretty funny, but it's not me.”

( 10 comments — Leave a comment )

Latest Month

June 2012
S M T W T F S
     12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
Powered by LiveJournal.com