A line from one of the gnarliest grandma monologues ever.
I'm pretty stoked on all the wolves in this show. I have a couple episodes to catch up on since michelle was out of town. More on the way.
I've started watching Game of Thrones. In the first episode the line "The man who passes the sentence should swing the sword." stuck with me a bit. Seems pretty honorable, anyway I'm stoked to see where this show goes. I heard the books were good.
I've become completely obsessed with the poster that is on the wall of the writers room on The Larry Sanders Show. Right now IFC is showing reruns of the show, which I was too young to "get" when it originally aired. I've scoured the internet for this poster with no success. Back in the 90's these posters spoofed the "All I really need to know I learned in kindergarten" book written by Robert Fulghum.
As you can see there's more text to the original poster. Since I couldn't find the original anywhere, I figured I'd recreate it.
To round out the It's Always Sunny series, I put together a Sweet Dee poster. By far the most hilarious part of her character, is the dry heaves she gets when she's nervous. I can't wait for next season.
Continuing the It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia series with this poster of Mac and Dennis. This is from a deleted scene in the same episode as the Gruesome Twosome reference. After breaking up and then making up Mac says "Dynamic duo me bitch!" resulting in the masculin yet sexually awkward exchange pictured above.
The Weekly Works will be an ongoing series of content that I will create based on things that catch my attention throughout the week. The rules are simple. I use 1 topic, 1 size, 1 font, 3 colors (including white), and have fun.
For my first post I decided to go with something that really cracked me up. We recently finished watching all the seasons of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. In the 5th season Charlie and Frank (who may or may not be father and son) give their relationship a name... The Gruesome Twosome.