What is this, the 9th season of Big Brother now? Regardless, this season rules because of this chick Amanda. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find an ass-shot of her online, but if you watch the show you’ll see she owns one of the greatest pairs of shorts in the history of ever.
I guess I’m glad, but I honestly haven’t missed anything too much. Maybe The Office, and some of the Late Night shows, but they’ve been back with new episodes for awhile already. Now they can get busy writing more episodes of LOST, as I was somewhat concerned they would run out of written shows and make us wait even longer for new episodes.
What a doofus. He said “Only in America can a white woman and black man run for President of The United States”… Well, I have news for Mr. George Lopez. Guess what? Only in America can ANYBODY run for President of The United States. I imagine if our current President used the same sentence, he’d be lambasted for unintelligence and redundancy.
I love these kinds of movies. Documentaries about things that some people would think are lame, are interesting to me. The King Of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters is about the “cutthroat world of Donkey Kong.” It is an almost unbelievable look into the world of people who take “classic video games” too seriously. The star of the movie though, is Steve Wiebe, who is a normal enough and nice seeming dude who just has a knack for Donkey Kong and gets caught up in trying to set the record that was set by Billy Mitchell, who is considered the greates gamer of all time or something.
Now, Billy Mitchell is a character. He is unexplainable. He obviously thinks he is the greatest thing in the world because he got to the end of Pac Man, the dude has an epic hairspray/mullet/early 1980′s hairdo going on, with a terrifically groomed beard & mustache. I’ve seen him before somewhere, maybe on some Discovery Channel show or something.
The rivalry between Steve Wiebe and Billy Mitchell in this movie, along with the other real-life characters, make this interesting and hilarious.