@karinkydink If we agree that it’s terrible, then we have no argument.
Archive for October 20th, 2008
I hope you have not already forgotten my two-week-old Monday column at Film.com, Eric’s Time Capsule! Especially not now, when the third entry in the series concerns the 1986 comedy “Soul Man”! What could be more relevant in today’s world than a man who pretends to be black in order to get into Harvard Law School? Read and be edified!
@randytayler You could have just drunk one cup of coffee for the same amount of caffeine. I’m just sayin’.
@karinkydink Oh, I think you “can” understand. I think you just choose not to.
There’s some political silliness in this week’s “Snide Remarks.”
And speaking of political silliness, below are Sarah Palin’s two “Saturday Night Live” appearances from this weekend, once in the opening sketch and once in “Weekend Update.” The show didn’t really require her to do much (which is smart, since she’s not an actress or a comedian), but what she did do, she did well. Good for her. (The show earned its highest ratings since 1994, so good for “SNL,” too.)