Ricky’s hurt bad, but I know how to save him.
It only just occurred to me now that the only reason I check Tumblr is to see what Carlos has posted. Great, if not strange, taste.
Sweet fancy Moses! Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander were spotted walking into Tom’s Restaurant, the Upper West Side diner whose exterior was known on Seinfeld as Monk’s. And it looks like they might be filming an episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee!
Ali Phil took this perfectly-timed photograph of Seinfeld and Alexander walking down Broadway; as you can see Alexander is wearing an extremely George Costanza-ish jacket! Ethan Wu Tweeted, “Just saw Seinfeld and Costanza go into Tom’s #casual”
“As the final season approaches, what I hope for the last eight hours of Breaking Bad is that it will be Walter I’m still following, all the way to the end. The greatest compliment I can give to Gilligan and the other storytellers behind the scenes would be this: I’m not wondering what they’ll say and do next. I’m waiting, filled with fear and dread and excitement, for Walter White’s next move.” - Donna Bowman, A.V. Club
This is random as hell but I had no idea where to post this but here.
…On the subject of “The Big Bang Theory”, the television show (not the actual event!):
I really MUST say this to a lot of the haters of the show. They say it’s not funny and is a mockery of “nerddom”. Well, have you considered the potential that the show takes a slightly exaggerated geek character-set and a sitcom mentality for a show that can appeal to MANY people?
And all nerddom ever does is hate on it! But wait: Why am I surprised?! Nerds already HAD a really different sense of humor. I should EXPECT that they hate a popular and funny tv show!