- MTV Sex in the ’90s (full series)
- MTV Rock & Jock softball
- MTV Rock & Jock basketball
- VH1’s Bands on the Run (full series)
- MTV’s The Paper (full series, with Amanda Lorber/Adam Brock commentary)
- That Real World reunion special between seasons 3 and 4 when Judd yelled at Puck for laughing after Pedro died
- That other Real World reunion special to commemorate the 10th season where they all took a photo on that big, unsafe-looking scaffolding.
- The Melissa Etheridge episode of VH1’s Duets
- “The Best of Kurt Loder’s MTV News Briefs”
- That one Madonna special to commemorate the release of Bedtime Stories when Madonna had Kurt Loder over for a slumber party.
- MTV’s I Wanna Be a VJ competition (ONLY the first one)
- All Real World and Road Rules seasons, obviously.
- “Please Please Please”
- “The Child Is Gone”
- “Never Is a Promise”
- “A Mistake”
- “Sullen Girl”
- “Not About Love”
- “Tymps (The Sick in the Head Song)”
- “The Way Things Are”
- “Oh Well”
Why is no one acknowledging the debt the post-Brazilian-restaurant scene in Bridesmaids owes to Charlotte’s attack of Montezuma’s Revenge in Sex and the Movie?
“Why Is No One Acknowledging The Debt That [BLANK] Owes to the [BLANK] Scene in Sex and the City?: Personal Essays by Dan D’Addario”
I’ve now seen all the Best Picture Nominees, and here they are, ranked, in my opinion, offered without commentary, and please tell me why I’m wrong:
2. Tree of Life
3. War Horse
4. The Descendants
5. Midnight in Paris
6. The Artist
8. The Help
9. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Oh, if you insist:
1) War Horse [YES. This is an uninspiring bunch of movies and I really loved that damn horse.] 2) The Help 3) Tree of Life 4) Moneyball 5) The Descendants 6) The Artist 7) Hugo 8) Midnight in Paris. Didn’t see: Extremely Loud.
Basically, from “Tree of Life” on down it’s movies I thought were not that great, so don’t yell at me about Hugo vs. The Descendants vs. The Artist because: if you say so.
“Whitney, I had a lot of fun with you over the years. But I hope everyone out there knows it was all out of love. We all loved you, Whitney, and we hope you’re up there tonight laughing. And we’re gonna have a great show! Sleigh Bells is here!”
—Maya Rudolph’s monologue like four hours from now
Reblogging so this exists somewhere should Dan ever want to delete it, which he won’t because it’s totally coming true.
@joereid: “Q for the group: If you were doing a group karaoke of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Little Lies,’ would you want the Stevie part or the Lindsey part?”
@joereid: “(Stevie: ‘Tell me lieeeeeeees…’ / Lindsey: ‘TELL ME TELL ME LIES!’)
- - - -
A VAST majority of the responses are saying “Lindsey” and I don’t know what to do with this information.