Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Everything but Fozzie Bear

Being addicted to both Lost and House, I needs me some recaps and reviews after each episode. Television Without Pity provides this in spades, along with some incredibly witty writing. For the latest episode of Lost, which focused on Sayid's backstory, they filled in the following text for the link to the review:

It's time to get the pliers. It's time to start some fights. It's time to pummel Others, on the Sayid Show tonight! Sawyer, he hunts a tree frog. And Hurley sneaks a bite! It all seems rather pointless on the Sayid Show tonight. Why do we always watch this? I guess we'll never know. It's kind of like a torture to have to watch the show! And now let's get things started! Why don't you get things started! It's time to get things started on the most vocational, educational, confrontational, Sayidational...this is what we call the Sayid Show! [And then Gonzo comes out and toots his trumpet, except instead of a trumpet sound, we hear Hurley saying, "Dude." Gonzo looks down the bell of his trumpet, sighs, shakes his head and walks offstage.]
Pure genius.

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