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    A good reminder to practice safe sex... Because you never quite know when you're going to get pregnant just prior to a nuclear war and end up carrying a child to term amid nuclear fallout, hoping against hope that the radiation and malnutrition don't leave it scarred with wild mental abnormalities or physical deformation, only to then die a miserable death while tending to failed crops amid the utter hellscape of the fallout, leaving that child an orphan in as grim an existence as mankind has ever seen.

  • House



    I had a feeling that cat would be trouble.

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  • Idiocracy



    I cannot be the only person who thinks of Channel 101's "Kicked in the Nuts" when watching this. (I loved that web series when I was in college.) Sadly, I'm hoping society continues trending in this direction just to hear Costco greeters tell me they love me.

  • Army of Darkness

    Army of Darkness


    I just watched The Evil Dead a few days ago, and having the origin of the story so fresh in mind leaves Army of Darkness feeling a little awkward. It's fun, don't get me wrong, but having not seen it in at least ten years (maybe fifteen; twenty?) it's really interesting to see it through new eyes and compare it to my memories. As a teenager, when I had the VHS, it was sort of an indicator of identity: You…

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  • Step Brothers

    Step Brothers


    "Putting in the man hours to study the science of what you need"... And apparently what I need is a hundred minutes of developmentally stunted man-children in wookie masks.

  • UHF



    The Emo Philips table saw scene. "Today we're going to learn to make plutonium out of common household items." "Joel Miller, you just found the marble in the oatmeal. You're a lucky lucky boy, do you know why? You get to drink from the... firehose!" Druids on Parade. "Today we're teaching poodles how to fly." "Friends, there comes a time in every man's life when he has to look the potato of injustice right in the eye."

    Right now I'd…