Tuesday, September 20, 2011

"Are you really watching that?"

So, what did you watch last night?
I watched the How I Met Your Mother season premiere last night, and it was pretty good. It last an hour, so I was pleasantly entertained.

Highlights of the show:
  • Barney(Neil Patrick Harris) can dance, but yeah, NPH really is gay.
  • Love how they're teasing who Barney's marrying, especially towards the end, when even the bride asks to see Ted. I'm thinking it's going to ultimately be Robin, but I could be wrong. Nora just doesn't seem like as a good a fit as Robin.
  • Beercules!
  • Edward 40oz Hands! Try playing that game and not pass out. 
Also watched the season premiere of Two and Half Men.
Not bad, but I'm not 100% sure the show's going to survive the season. It's still too early to tell, and while Kutcher's good, it's just not the same w/o Charlie Sheen.

Everybody wondered how they'd handle the Charlie Sheen situation, and apparently his character is dead. The had a fun funeral for him, attended by a good bunch of his ex's and one-nighters. They heckled him throughout the whole thing, and that was actually pretty damn funny. They didn't go out of their way to verbally bury or shit on him, so good for Chuck Lorre.

One scene that might have poked fun at him though, was the part where John Stamos(who was rumored to replace Sheen at one time) stops by to look at Sheen/Harper's house; he declines to buy the house due to a bad memory he had there. Apparently him and Charlie had a 3-way(it's not gay if it's a 3-way) w/ some chick, she passed out, but him and Charlie kept going. Hmmmm.

Other than that, not bad, but like I said, not enough to keep my interest. Who else thinks Charlie Sheen's Roast premiering a half hour after his old show was coincidental? 

And now to prove that the internet, or rather Youtube is damn entertaining, here are some funny video's just for the hell of it.

Here's Ric Flair(we all know who he is) doing his trademark "Wooooo!" to different songs. Enjoy.

What's that you say Homer?

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