John Hughes is routinely praised for his films accurately depicting middle-class adolescence in America’s suburbs. He had a unique gift writing dialog that captured the speech of our nation’s high-schoolers.
Too bad he doesn’t know squat about violence! Kevin would have dead been so fast! Bang! Shot in the head! Bad guys win! Cute kid loses! That’s it! Credits please!
But don’t listen to me. Watch the Rejected Pitches team give John the business.
We have a “crazy” new episode of Portrait STUdio featuring O.A.R., also known as Marky Shark and the Funky Bunch, and Daily Grace.
If this episode was a “game of poker,” Mark, the lead singer of O.A.R., would be the one losing “it all” and Grace, playing the make-up artist, would be the one starting “a revolution” by becoming the new female lead singer of the band. Now, fans of Above Average, when I say “oh,” you say “ah,” and when I say “revolution,” you say “jah.” Got it? Good. You guys are the best.
Who would you rather go on a date with? Honestly, the ladies both have their pros and cons.
Belle would be nice dinner-date. Maybe get dressed up, have a glass of wine, eat a nice meal and have polite conversation. I just don’t see it being a really fun time.
Admittedly, Bernice would be a rough dinner-date. BUT-I wouldn’t necessarily need to get dressed up, I would get very drunk, we would make fun of people and then, and I don’t mean to assume, we’d probably make stinky.
If you’ve seen Wet Hot American Summer or Clueless or any number of Paul Rudd movies, you’ve seen Paul Rudd kiss. If you’ve seen any previous 7 Minutes in Heaven, you have definitely seen Mike O’Brien kiss.