Criminals kill a diabetic FBI agent by force-feeding him a lollipop.
The title of the episode is the same as the film of the same name.
Butts Up (A.K.A. “Red Butt,” “Blackjack,” “wallball” “Slaughterhouse,” “Fumble,” “Butt Ball,” “Asses Up,” “Suicides,” “Stitch,” “Peg,” “Fire in the Bum,” “A-Ball,” “Buns Up,” “Booties Up”, “No Fear,” “Red Bum,” “Red Ass,” “Sting,” “Error”, “Off the Wall”,”Kirby”, or “Burn”) is a North American elementary school children’s playground game originating in the 1950s or earlier.
Throughout Krispy’s video, The Baddest, Krispy boasted he had 400 cars, scars and 400 of several other items while having snot running down his nose which led to several comments on the video telling him to get 400 tissues.
The episode is identical to “Mole Hunt,” except the part of Archer is played by a velociraptor. All lines of dialogue are replaced by roars and other “velociraptor sounds.”
He is the son of a developmental psychologist dad and a free spirited Bohemian mother.
This ridiculously small hat is extremely incongruous with this gentleman’s head size and is extremely inferior to other hats for covering the head.
And there are two young white males and they start rapping about “flat buns”, as the commercial was advertising how the Patty Melt Sandwich was on “flat buns”.
Three female former employees have claimed that they were pressured into showing their breasts to Koko.
The 2006 music video for “If Everyone Cared” by Nickelback ends with her quote: “Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
Steamboat travel becomes part of the mythos from this point.
Examples include letters for Boggle, directions for Warhammer Fantasy Battle, and instructions for sexual acts using sex dice.
— Dice: Section: Alternative Dice
“Granddaddy of Them All” redirects here. For the pay-per-view wrestling event, see WrestleMania.
Threads of Fate has a reasonably uncomplicated story and (save for its rather unexpected plot twist) harbors minimal surprise and suspense.
The Hook is a classic example of an urban legend. The basic premise involves a young couple parked at a dark lovers’ lane. The radio plays music as the couple make out. The music is interrupted by an announcer who reports that a serial killer has just escaped an institution which is nearby. The killer has a hook in place of one of his hands. For varying reasons they decide to leave quickly. The legend ends with the discovery of the killer’s hook attached to the outside handle of one of the doors. Many variations include the sound of scraping on the car door. Some legends have the same beginning, but end up with them seeing him first, warning some others, then having him come to their car. They try to escape, but end up with him holding on to the top of the car. It ends with both dying.
— Wikipedia, “The Hook”
Instead she looks at the book and has a weird feeling.
In 2007, she made a standing-room-only appearance at a library in Texas.
The Sultan seems to not know until the end of the first movie that Iago can fully comprehend and converse in human speech and is evil.
12:00 AM: Wikipedia goes silent.
12:01 AM: First recorded death due to Wikipedia: Babysitter Tara Schellen looks up CPR to save choking child, finds no Wikipedia result, is instead led to a Huffington Post post by Deepak Chopra, shoves crystal in child’s mouth and thinks happy thoughts. Child comes to, coughs hard, crystal is propelled deep into Schellen’s face.
1:19 AM: Bar bet decided in wrong direction based only on consensus.
3:45 AM: College senior Fiona Camilleri goes to double-check a common misconception before finishing her all-nighter term paper, finds no refutation, writes poor paper, fails class, drops out, doesn’t run for President, doesn’t solve poverty.
6:87 AM: Because no one’s around to edit it out, an impossible time of day shows up.
Life is pain, princess. Anyone who tells you otherwise is trolling for pageviews.
That is the creepiest and most accurate way to put it. For the project “Scotch Broom” for Fillip Magazine, the “new media” artist David Horvitz went around Vancouver photographing notable locations, subtly including himself (or parts of himself, like a pointing hand) in the shot. Then he added the pics to the appropriate Wikipedia pages. Some got removed, some got cropped, but some (like the above pic of a sign at the 9 O’Clock Gun, or a shot of the Japadog food cart) still show plenty of Horvitz.
Wikipedia has official standards for how much photographers can insert themselves, or anything else irrelevant, into pictures, so Horvitz has to walk a fine line and figure out just how much of himself is too much. He’s intentionally revealing the nuances of interpreting Wikipedia rules, and also just having a little fun fucking with the internet. Which is of course the part that we like.
Destructoid’s Jim Sterling ranked it among the 30 “rubbish Pokémon” in Red and Blue and called it retarded-looking.
David is probably best known by children as the sarcastic head elf Bernard from The Santa Clause (1994) and its 2002 sequel The Santa Clause 2: The Mrs Clause, but due to filming overlap with NUMB3RS was unable to take part in The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause.
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