Abraham Jacob Friedman

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Shout-outs to Luke and Chris for not wearing sunglasses during got-damn business transaction.

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February 25, 2013 on Slander – “Magnets” b/w “Ghosts” Video

OH MY LORD i NEVer expected lil busta rhymes at 2:45. I spent two and 3/4 minutes thinking about what good rap for kids is, and wondered if this were really that appropriate simply because of their attitude toward snacking, albeit an appropriately worded attitude, and then shit got realllllll.

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August 16, 2012 on Summer Jam 2012: “Hot Cheetos & Takis”

I was gonna say, the cinematography is remarkably good for someone who uses a whoopie-cushion-boom-mic and trick gum for gaffing tape.

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July 31, 2012 on Krispy Kreme Gets Pranked!

Why don’t we need another Oz film? There’s like 50 books in the canon. That being said, it looks revolting similar to the Alice in Wonderland remake, which, thank the lord because I had to sit through it in theaters, was comically bad.

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July 14, 2012 on This Week In Movie Trailers, You Guys

#6 is the best. Gabe, I heartily welcome your old age and admire your according ascent into traditionalism.

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April 28, 2011 on 10 Tips For Hosting A Royal Wedding Viewing Party

MOVIES WERE MEANT TO BE SEEN IN DARK MOVIE THEATERS BY BOTH STRANGERS AND FRIENDS

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April 20, 2011 on Duh Aficionado Magazine: DVDs Are Not That Fun

Bear.
The worst movie I’ve ever seen.
Available at RedBoxes everywhere.
Bear.

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January 5, 2011 on The Hunt For The Worst Movie Of All Time: Sisyphus Turns 2011

“He completed his undergraduate studies at Duke University in 1990 and attained his medical degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1995.[1] He then completed his Internal Medicine residency at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans while developing his stand-up comedy.[5]”

DR. ASIANSCRUBS TO THE ICU
DR. ASIANSCRUBS TO THE ICU

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December 8, 2010 on Ken Jeong IS Mr. Pepto Bismol

“Initially, the “tearjerker” ending was not planned, and series creator Seth MacFarlane had intended to close the episode with a series of gags, similar to many other episodes. Voice actress and staff writer Alex Borstein, along with Allison Adler, convinced MacFarlane that the episode would be far more effective if it were to end on a down note, eventually calling it the only episode to have “real human emotion”.

Whoops, He’s the worst.

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December 7, 2010 on New York Times Book Review Written By Family Guy Character For Some Reason

As much as I hate Family Guy, I have to defend the fact that Brian has always been an an intellectual on the show. He’s written a column for the paper, done Opera criticism, and, generally, used to talk exactly like this in most episodes. In fact, he was usually more eloquent than this, and shared a similar view of the show and most of pop culture as Gabe does. I mean, this review falls pretty squarely into the field of “retarded” but if this were actually written by Seth MacFarlane as “Brian” in the early 2000’s, it would just be a legitamate review of the book.

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December 7, 2010 on New York Times Book Review Written By Family Guy Character For Some Reason