I don't mean to discount the entire comic, but isn't the "red skull" just a mask? Or is that just recent incarnations?
He could randomly pause mid-rant, and when the interviewer asks "what's wrong", he could reply "I could go for some licorice."
I watched "Catfish" (the movie) instead of the super bowl. It was quite possibly one of the most non-commercial things I could have been watching.
Did nobody already know this? Why did they think that you could get a Taco Bell burrito for 89 cents, yet at a restaurant, it costs at least $7.99? Also, why would straight-up "ground beef" have 3 grams of carbs per taco?
I liked it. I'm never looking for anything mind-blowing or exceptional when it comes to entertainment. If it entertains me, then I'll enjoy it. As far as TV, if I'm entertained, and things aren't kept from the characters for too long, I'll keep watching. That said, I liked this FAR better than The Event.
"Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun Li" and "Dead or Alive".
There's something ironic about a gay zombie engagement happening "over Josh's dead body".
Terriers was an amazing show. I heard so many good things about it after the pilot aired, that I started watching it the following week. The show got better and better, and I'm sad that I wont get to see the continuing adventures of Hank and Brit. They had a level of chemistry and charm that most likely wont soon be met again.
Yes, there's no major cliffhanger moment at the end of the season (I mean, there kind of is, but if you know the characters, you know how it turns out). Nearly everything is wrapped up by the end.