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The One Where I Took The TMZ Tour Of Hollywood

[Originally posted on March 15th, 2012.] As part of this year's Videogum Oscar Pool, Kelly and I made a side bet wherein…
Gabe Delahaye | February 7, 2014 - 3:00 pm


The Walking Dead S02E01: One Child Left Behind

[Originally posted on October 17th, 2011.] Oh boy. Yay? It's all our old friends! Look, there's Half Face! And Gut Bucket!
Gabe Delahaye | February 7, 2014 - 1:30 pm



[Originally posted on March 21st, 2012.] Ring ding dong, ring a ding ding ding dong, keep your heads Red Bull! What's…
Gabe Delahaye | February 7, 2014 - 12:00 pm


Entourage S08E08: Series Finale

[Originally posted on September 12th, 2011.] Well, here we are. Pretty incredible. After ten thousand episodes and 45 years of memories, Entourage
Gabe Delahaye | February 7, 2014 - 10:30 am


You Can Make It Up: Kevin Bacon Wears A Mask To The Store

[Originally posted on September 1st, 2011.] Kevin Bacon was so tired of being famous and he wanted to see what it…
Gabe Delahaye | February 6, 2014 - 4:15 pm

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Very excited for Spring Breakers 2.
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January 28, 2015 on Watch A Mini-Doc About How Riff Raff Got Jacked
She was too good for this world, my little angel.
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February 3, 2014 on Hey Guys, We Have To Talk To You About Something
Each comment posted is basically an upvote, so as of this comment my "caption" has 23 upvotes and counting. GOOD GRIEF, five and a half years and it's like you guys don't know ANYTHING.
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July 30, 2013 on The Videogum Why Don’t YOU Caption It?! Contest: Alien Gossip At The Big Game
The total one-way trip is 2 hours, so even if what she meant was that they would split the difference, it still wouldn't be 45 minutes it would be one hour. But pretending for a moment that the driver is going much too fast, this would still require her to say, "It is only a 45 minute drive for us to meet halfway," but what she says is, "you're only 45 minutes away." All in all: nope.
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July 29, 2013 on The Hunt For The Worst Movie Of All Time: Elizabethtown (Redux)
You give an awful lot of credit to most actors simply for not having been in the Mickey Mouse Club.
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July 25, 2013 on A Friendly Chat With Gabe And Kelly: Ryan Gosling Might Play Luke Skywalker Jr.?!
Uh, your wife is definitely racist. No offense! Look, here's the thing about racism and what you pointed out in an earlier comment about the media's desire to bring racism up and get people bothered: IT'S NOT THAT HARD TO BRING UP RACISM BECAUSE IT'S ALL AROUND US, and THERE ARE WORSE THINGS THAN PEOPLE BEING BOTHERED BY RACISM! I actually disagree with you that the media works hard at this, if anything the media ignores huge instances of racism on a regular basis. And if you're talking about the George Zimmerman thing, you might want to check yourself, because that was for sure Big Time Racism At Work and we definitely SHOULD all be bothered by it. There's a very odd trend in the Good Person Community, which I think we all aspire to be a part of that suggests that the only way to be a good person is to be completely free and clear of racism, which is a totally noble goal, obviously, but it quickly becomes less noble and unhelpful when it means pretending that the racism that does exist isn't there because you're scared of the label. Acknowledging that something is racist doesn't always have to be a witch hunt, sometimes it's simply a matter of calling things what they truly are. Racism overall is a bad thing, but I think we can all agree that there are moments of relatively benign racism that aren't supremely malicious or hurtful: that doesn't make them NOT racist, though. They're still for sure racist, however easily we can let them slip. Let's just be open and honest and call things what they are. And if our greatest worry is that people are too upset about racism, that's something I'm very happy to deal with. I still think it is better than actual racism!
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July 25, 2013 on Kicking Paula Deen While She Is Down, But Also She Deserves It
Please keep your comments on topic, which is: Under the Dome. Or sex scenes in movies.
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July 2, 2013 on SPOILER ALERT: The Characters In Under The Dome Are Still Trapped Under The Dome
Oh, I think everyone should find their role models wherever they can, and if anything I don't even think you need to say "I know this is going to sound like a joke" before saying that you admire all of the men on Drag Race. But don't frame it as if a heteronormative discussion of male role models is somehow rudely ignoring all of the other options out there. I don't think that everything needs to take into account every other thing. It's not weird or incorrect for a specific and personal point of view to overlook the infinite options open to other people. I know that you were not saying that my post was homophobic, but you did bring the word "homophobic" into the discussion through a side door and that is where I think you need to give me a fucking break.
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June 20, 2013 on Heaven Just Got A Little More James Gandolfini
Give me a fucking break, Eric.
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June 20, 2013 on Heaven Just Got A Little More James Gandolfini
Kyle Chandler (as Coach Taylor) is a great male role model, but far less quotable.
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June 20, 2013 on Heaven Just Got A Little More James Gandolfini
Well, it is like how Tony Soprano mourned for Gary Cooper. He could still draw on his memories of that archetype, but he also recognized that it was disappearing from the world. And honestly, yes, it does go away. You can rewatch Sopranos all that you want, but if James Gandolfini doesn't play any more roles, and that show moves further and further into the rearview, then yes, it loses its power and meaning. If you meet someone on the street who has drawn upon Fistful of Dollars Clint Eastwood as his masculine role model you will laugh right in his very stupid face.
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June 20, 2013 on Heaven Just Got A Little More James Gandolfini
Oh, basically that I now recognize that Nora Ephron's work was so much about how to be a woman in a modern world, and helped to define so many people's ideas about who/what that all meant. Therefore, if I am positing that James Gandolfini (as Tony Soprano) was the last male role model, then I have to also take into account that I was probably insensitive to certain aspects of the public mourning over Ephron's death that I am more sensitive to now. (This is all very general, too, because I don't want to get into comparing the voluminous and varied work Ephron produced to James Gandolfini being an actor on a TV show. That could get sticky and is beside the point. We are just making casual observations to try and pull apart our feelings!) All of that being said, I still don't think that anyone should ever Tweet anything ever about anything because Twitter is the #1 worst.
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June 20, 2013 on Heaven Just Got A Little More James Gandolfini