The Nerds bring you another “Underrated Movie Spotlight” by discussing The Cable Guy.
“…I guess we’ll never know. It’s like a kind of torture to have to watch the show!”
Statler and Waldorf. America’s favorite hecklers. Bless their grumpy old hearts, for they are the comedic greek chorus ofThe Muppet Show (1976-1981). Those cranky kooks made an art form out of destroying Fozzie’s stand-up acts and the other array of ridiculous performances that graced the show every Saturday night.
Ed. Note: This story contains explicit language.
Blog Entry #1 – Should Have Stayed Home
What did I do last night!? Seriously, I can’t figure it out. I’ve tried. Don’t think that I haven’t. I’ve tried meditating; I’ve tried standing on my head for better blood flow; I’ve even tried going for a run! (News flash, I hate running. I was nearly hit by two different cars, and I am fairly certain there is a small fire in my shin. How IS THAT POSSIBLE!?). Did any of that work? No. Not one fucking bit!
It’s story time kids!
I want to tell you a tale of three adventurers who fought against metal monsters in an epic battle known as “Rush Hour”
to place themselves in the kingdom of “Cinequest”. Yes, their battle was fierce, and many obstacles were thrown in their direction, but through sheer will and determination these three brave souls, from different walks of life, found one another, safe and ready for entertainment.