This is it, you guys. On Monday, we will know how it all ends. I’m talking, of course, about the
final movie in the Shrek saga series finale of Lost. NOW I KNOW HOW TEENAGERS AND MILDLY LONELY MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN MUST FEEL WHEN THE NEW TWILIGHT COMES OUT. Just kidding. It’s the series finale of an increasingly confusing and outlandish television show that despite its many twists and turns has proved incapable of killing off Kate. Don’t get me wrong, I still am very much looking forward to Sunday night’s epic finale, which I am sure will finally answer all of my questions. And I’ve even got my fingers crossed that Kate will finally EAT IT. I’m just saying that I have this thing pretty well in perspective. And the way that teenagers and mildly lonely middle-aged women feel when the new Twilight comes out remains a mystery. WHAT’S IN THE TEENAGERS AND MILDLY LONELY MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN?! WE’VE GOT TO GO BLAH!
After the jump, the five Highest Rated Comments, the Lowest Rated Comment, the winner of this week’s Roman Polanski T-Shirt caption contest, and the Editor’s Choice.
This Week’s Highest Rated Comments
Ed. note: As you can see, many entries in this week’s Caption Contest were some of the highest rated comments, so I’m not making a special section this time. It’s good, though, because that Caption Contests are the purest form of Commenter Performance Art, so congratulations to everyone, and especially congratulations to Jordan Schlansky, who I wish so much was the real Jordan Schlansky.
This Week’s Lowest Rated Comment
Ed. note: This is kind of a weird comment. I’m not really sure how not being interested in Lost has anything to do with being into Glee? They are just two very different TV shows. There is certainly room to like both of them. Or neither of them. It’s not a competition. But then on top of that, you kind of get homophobe-y about liking it? Dude, just enjoy yourself! No big whoop! You like what you like. And you clearly don’t like what you don’t like. Which is Lost.
This Week’s Editor’s Choice
This week, a two-way tie:
Ed. note: PUNS! Everybody loves puns! The second one is pretty self-explanatory, but in case the first one makes less sense out of context, it was on the post about a dude shooting a snake in the face with a bazooka, and it was in response to a classic “FAKE!” comment. See? “FAKE”? “SNAKE”? Very good. Very puns.