Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Melody Bot, Jan 11, 2016.
I knew exactly what that was gonna be but I still laughed
Came here to post this. Great video. Really enjoy Nerdwriter's stuff.
There is a lot of really bad stuff on YouTube but he puts out great videos consistently.
Wow, Long Term Parking
That episode made my fiancée run out of the room in tears, demand to stop watching the show altogether, then swiftly change her mind to watch the next episode.
one of the greatest episodes of any show imo
Wait till you see what happens next week.
Wait is this your first time?
With season 5 yes. I knew it was coming but how it played out was wild
Truly disturbing episode, took me awhile to get over that character loss. Even more incredible that somehow the show improves even more from that point (at least IMO)
If you were not a frequent guest of the IMDb boards in 2006 and 2007, people were convinced Adriana was secretly alive because the camera panned away from the shots. Either that or that Tony was stupid enough to dump a body on the same land he bought for his wife's spec house.
Hell ya Glad Tidings all over All Due Respect. It’s very funny how bad some of the music was in the first few seasons of the show (outside of some memorable drops). Trip Hop all over the place.
the local good italian place around me has been playing the same triphop playlist for the last 15 years. Wonder if the Sopranos was an influence
re: Long Term parking - that episode made my wife really upset when we watched it on her first run through, something she definitely knew was coming but, i think that is maybe the show's most emotional death (as far as fans go) behind Christopher.
re re: Long Term Parking - My wife still has not forgiven me for this episode. We watched it right before a friend's wedding and she was devastated when Adriana was killed/crawling away. I was so excited that we could squeeze in another episode before we left that I didn't even think about it. lol
“In 1999, somebody from Roadrunner records heard that I was a Slipknot fan and they invited us to come see Slipknot at the Roxy. To get into the Roxy, you had to be 16 or 18, I’m not really sure. We showed up, me and my best friend at the time, Rex, and we’re standing outside in our Slipknot shirts. The security was like, “Sorry, you guys can’t come in. You’re clearly not old enough.” And Shawn, who is the Clown in Slipknot, came out and he said to the bouncer, “Listen, this is my son. If he’s not coming in, we’re not playing.” And instantly the guy just opened the rope was like, yep, come on in.
They took us backstage. We were hanging out with all of them. It was the craziest experience, to this day. I’ve met, like, Al Pacino and Christopher Walken, and that has to be the most starstruck I ever was just because it was all of them at once and how they were treating us was the greatest I’ve ever been treated by any famous person.
They were hanging out with us and then 20 minutes before they had to go on, they were like, “We got to get ready,” and they’re punching each other and doing all this crazy stuff. And they’re all in their jumpsuits and the masks. And they’re like, “Someone’s going to take you to where you should stand.” They put us on the side of the stage, and it wasn’t like a thousand people who won contests or whoever’s cousins. It was me and my best friend standing on the side of the stage, and that was it. I was like, man, this was the greatest night of my life. Nothing will ever be this cool ever again.”
Just finished my first every watch, ran through all of season 6B today. Lot to unpack here. Doesn’t help that i’ve been more or less numb since Christopher.
Noooo I diiid not, BUT so what!?