Tuesday, May the 3rd, 2005

Firstly, I’ve finally replied to all recent comments. You are free to scroll down all excitedly and read my insightful and witty (yeah, right) responses to your responses.

And, you know it’s a slow news day when I review (concur with, actually,) a website’s review of a retarded tech channel no one else I know watches.

Some quick notes follow. Bear with me, this is going to be short.

1. It’s not like I am a real fan of (or even really watch) any show on G4TechTV either.
2. I concur that “Attack of the Show” is probably the most retarded thing on TV (and this includes such gems in FOX as “Who wants to marry my mom who’s really my transsexual dad in drag?”). This show features extremely intelligent dialogue, like so:

Kevin: So that’s how you download the newest fake nude pictures of Angelina Jolie and your “legal” (long dramatic pause to let his delicious rebellion sink in) MP3s to your PSP’s memory card and your Xbox’s hard drive.
Sarah: (giggles) Your hard drive sure was in my Xbox last night! If you know what I mean!
Kevin: (turns to the camera and gives a slow wink) I know how to crack your app! PEER TO PEER NETWORKING.

Contrary to the review, I think the show sucked just as much when it was called “The Screen Savers”.
3. I concur Diane Mizota of “Filter” is ridiculously gorgeous. I mean, come on. (You might also remember her as “Fook Mi” in “Austin Powers in Goldmember”, “Maki” on “Nip/Tuck”, or herself on “Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls”.)
4. “X-Play” is the only program worth watching (barring the others involving extremely hot chicks, like the one above, or Cheat). I concur, Adam Sessler’s the man. A real, totally repulsive geek, and real proud of it. I concur Morgan Webb is awesome, despite her monotone. They pretty much hate everything on that show, and that’s a primary requirement for a watchable review show. Plus, Morgan looks insanely similar to a close friend of mine, and that’s definitely a plus for any show’s host.

That will be all. Thank you for your time.

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