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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #100 on: May 22, 2007, 09:55 PM »
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Re: RE: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #101 on: May 22, 2007, 10:06 PM »
Who the fuck could double THAT gut? Looked like randys to me.
Maybe they put that guy in one of those fake pregnacy belly contraptions actresses use  :lol:

Here is is when he isn't playing the onion ring sasquatch:
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Re: RE: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #102 on: May 22, 2007, 11:50 PM »
Season 7 is on a huge decline just like season 6. Seasons 1-5 were fucking gold, ive been watching the show since the pilot, I can watch those over and over. But now its the same old predictable shit.

Gee, who would of thought they have to get Sarah's fucking nosey ass trying to protect jacob, can anyone else smell a failed replacement for Corey and trev, and ricky gets pushed around by one of the smallest pricks in the park.

Aaaand oh my god, I fail to see the funny in where randy "hurts" himself and comes up with those "witty" and "classic" calls. wow he can add cock to the start and end of a sentence, dosnt make it funny.

I cant see season 8 making an impact, if it even gets that far.

Personally, I see things finishing up here, but I could be wrong, I do like the changes, incorporating new characters, I miss J-Roc though, I hope that comes back into play.

Sarah getting sweet with Jacob, I hope that develops into something more, one main difference with Jacob, and CoryTrevor, is that Jacob (obivously) leans more towards Julian, rather than Ricky.

Thomas, he seems really unhappy with the situation, but he didn't get a good first impression with the boys, considering what happened with Jacob. So he's gonna be pissed off at them.

Randy seems much more dirty, he may of been without a shirt, but he sure kept himself clean up to now, season 6 was a departure of the old, this is the new, and here to stay.

It could be in decline, but it is hard to top what has been one of my most favorite shows.

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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #103 on: May 23, 2007, 12:48 AM »
+1 for Julian getting the Camaro !

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« Reply #104 on: May 23, 2007, 02:07 AM »
anyone else notice phil burp right as randy biffs the cheeseburger jump?

also, regarding tom collins... so far, he's really just been annoying to me, mostly because he's seemingly gotten the best of ricky and julian on different occasions, and neither really responded. i'm fine with this, cause like someone said, i'm confident he'll get his before the season's through.

furthermore, i agree with the point that aaronbailey made, that the tom collins character could actually get a lot better if he somehow started to slip into their way of greasy living. like, if the boys corrupted him, or someone gets him high for the first time and he has a transformation (like innocent t/j-roc in the christmas special). his intense personality would be much funnier if it was applied to greasy endeavors in which he was on the boys' side.

lastly, i love phil. i think he's hilarious, and his physical comedy is great. like when he fights with anyone, or when he throws that deck chair/table in 705, it's like his arms are the only parts of his body that move.

I agree with everyword of this post.
Yea I noticed the burger jump had a phil burp in the background, i think he was burping as he ran to help randy, or perhaps in excitement. Phil collins is hilarious as hell, there should be a show that revolves around phil and randy, I'd tune in every week.
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Re: RE: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #105 on: May 23, 2007, 07:35 AM »

Personally, I see things finishing up here, but I could be wrong, I do like the changes, incorporating new characters, I miss J-Roc though, I hope that comes back into play.

Sarah getting sweet with Jacob, I hope that develops into something more, one main difference with Jacob, and CoryTrevor, is that Jacob (obivously) leans more towards Julian, rather than Ricky.

Thomas, he seems really unhappy with the situation, but he didn't get a good first impression with the boys, considering what happened with Jacob. So he's gonna be pissed off at them.

Randy seems much more dirty, he may of been without a shirt, but he sure kept himself clean up to now, season 6 was a departure of the old, this is the new, and here to stay.

It could be in decline, but it is hard to top what has been one of my most favorite shows.

for sure...i miss j to the r-o-c and the roc-pile already...they will be back, i can feel it.
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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #106 on: May 23, 2007, 10:11 AM »
Finally watched 7 last night.

I thought Jacob's drip being wheeled around the park was very funny indeed.

And I liked the subtle touch where Jacob referred to Sarah i.e can I? when offered a burger, this was to my mind full of nuance ( I may be completely wrong though) and hope for further developments.

Randy's use of the phrase frozen mixed vegetable C**** also had me chuckling.

I liked this episode very much.

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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #107 on: May 23, 2007, 12:12 PM »
Sam has never looked finer.

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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #108 on: May 23, 2007, 01:36 PM »
ah, finally got to see the episode as well. i guess it was pretty enjoyable. most of the highlights have already been stated, and thank goodness most of the supporting cast have reappeared.

the Boys have taken somewhat of a back seat role in this episode though; scenes are carried out an awful lot by side characters like the Dirty Burger crew. I still find Tom Collins an annoying role.

And Randy on a bicycle.... even without the milk baskets, that ought the be the most aerodynamically inefficient thing i've ever seen!!  :rofl:
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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #109 on: May 23, 2007, 06:33 PM »
the Boys have taken somewhat of a back seat role in this episode though; scenes are carried out an awful lot by side characters like the Dirty Burger crew. I still find Tom Collins an annoying role.

Funny--I tried to remember what Ricky did this episode outside of being shot by the Caveman--and it hit me as well. They were very much in the background. Which is good--I'm enjoying the Dirty Burger storyline, and it's good to build up those characters associated with it.

Still, I don't think we've had a Phil Collins fart joke. I bet he could clear a room with a quick one cheek sneak.

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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #110 on: May 23, 2007, 10:00 PM »
Tom collins is perfect.  The whole point of his character is to be the boys' enemy, afterall.  This includes being annoying. Ricky or Julien will definatly end up by kicking his ass before the season is out. 
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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #111 on: May 23, 2007, 10:49 PM »
I have loved the TPB's since the first episode I watched.But I must say that this season is really disappointing to me.I have not posted in a long time but this has just really got to me.I can still watch the early seasons and laugh my ass off.But season 7 following 6 is just not on par with the theme of the show that hooked me in.I hope things turn around because the show is that good of a concept.There are funny parts to the shows but just average or below the early stuff to me.I feel letting Corey and Trevor leave the show is a very bad turning point.They were a important part o the show to me.They should have done what it took to keep them on and paid them better.Phill is funny to a point but Jacob is just boring as hell and he cant act for shit.It's like he struggles to say the lines.I will keep watching in the hope this season turns around.And I will probably get ripped for what im saying.But im a fan of the show just like everyone else and I just have to state what I feel is obvious.The show needs more of the boys getting in to shit and less of the new dingle berries.
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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #112 on: May 24, 2007, 12:14 AM »
I would agree, except that they had no choice in the departure of Corey and Trevor.  I've seen some good material this season, and I believe that the writers could still put out some more quality episodes.  I'm hoping they can fine-tune the adjustment to the other cast members' more inclusive roles, and I have confidence that they can make it work.

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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #113 on: May 24, 2007, 08:31 AM »
Another fast-paced, whirlwind work of fucked-up entertainment mastery.

On the second watch-through I noticed that Trinity was standing in front of Lucy and Sarah taking pictures of Randy on his attempts to jump the burger, and as he was being loaded into the dumbulance. It was nice to see her again.

Sam calling Phil the names of Phil Collins songs. "You not hearin' me, Sussudio?" and, "Drive, Easy Lover, Drive!" were the two I caught.

Phil - "Look at these dirty things that're cookin' up nice."

Randy - "Rooster nuts!"

Philly losing it after Randy wrecks, attacking Ricky and Julian, screaming that this is what drugs do, when it was he that ordered Jacob to get some bud from his "precious" Julian.

Still the best entertainment there is...period.



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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #114 on: May 24, 2007, 04:47 PM »

Sam calling Phil the names of Phil Collins songs. "You not hearin' me, Sussudio?" and, "Drive, Easy Lover, Drive!" were the two I caught.


Ahhh I didn't catch those references to Phil Colin's songs!  I saw someone else mention "Sussudio" and I was like "what the fuck does that mean!?"

NOW I remember the song!  Very clever... love those kind of things.


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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #115 on: May 24, 2007, 07:38 PM »
Ha ha I never caught the Phil Collins song references either, cool!

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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #116 on: May 24, 2007, 11:58 PM »
I guess I'm the only one that doesn't understand what's so funny about "baaam", and "green eggs and haaaam".  That's not funny.  What's funny is cory and trevor getting they asses ripped by two transvestites.  "Do you guys have any jimmy hats.  Thanks for the hook-up, the only two ladies in the place. PEEAACE".

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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #117 on: May 25, 2007, 08:00 AM »
I guess what's funny about Bam and G.E.A.H. is how outdated it is to use those terms. Kind-of adds to the low income, trapped in a trailer park, sheltered against many new fads and trends mentality. Like Bubble's rotary dial telephone, Julian's spinning wheel covers, even back to the fascination with the word "nerds" in the Christmas episode. All outdated for our enjoyment  :D
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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #118 on: May 25, 2007, 08:10 AM »
Julian's spinning wheel covers

They only recently came out, but since they belonged to the hip and happenin' Terry and Dennis it's all forgiven.  There are a couple Chev 4 Dr Cavaliers rocking the spinning hubcaps around here.  Pretty dope if you ask me.
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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #119 on: May 25, 2007, 08:27 AM »
Yeah, It can't be denied that allot of people still rock them, but they've been deemed "so 5 years ago" by the people who care about such things around here.
 
I kinda like 'em too, but I'm always distracted by spinning, shiny things.  ;)
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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #120 on: May 25, 2007, 08:30 AM »
Julian's spinning wheel covers

They only recently came out, but since they belonged to the hip and happenin' Terry and Dennis it's all forgiven.  There are a couple Chev 4 Dr Cavaliers rocking the spinning hubcaps around here.  Pretty dope if you ask me.

"Rims that keeps on spinning" are flourishing in the great state of Texas.  Such a shame that the show really reminds me of my home town, where everyone is trailer trash.  It's like comfort food.

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« Reply #121 on: May 25, 2007, 08:38 AM »
But there's a difference from the ones you see on $100K Escalades and Range Rovers and the ones like Julian has.  Some are actual rims, and Julians' are 34.99 at Walmart. 

I'm sure most people actually would rather spend the 2 grand per rim for the good ones than be ridiculed for having the spinner hub caps.
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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #122 on: May 25, 2007, 08:39 AM »
I guess what's funny about Bam and G.E.A.H. is how outdated it is to use those terms. Kind-of adds to the low income, trapped in a trailer park, sheltered against many new fads and trends mentality. Like the bubble's rotary dial telephone, Julian's spinning wheel covers, even back to the fascination with the word "nerds" in the Christmas episode. All outdated for our enjoyment  :D

Good point golf, part of the show's humor.

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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #123 on: May 25, 2007, 08:52 PM »
The spinning rims had a shelf life of about 3 months in Southside, VA.  The trend went back to regular chrome rims a couple of years ago.
Damn it sucks not being able to see the episodes first hand again!!!

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Re: Season 7 - Episode 7
« Reply #124 on: May 26, 2007, 12:36 AM »
i got one fat kali kush joint that says Julian gets the Camaro!
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