Can a Bitch Get a Donut!???
Oh man, that was funny. It was good in the actual sketch, but the rehearsals were hilarious. Seeing Larry David barely contain his laughter as he tried to say his lines “Can a bitch get a donut?” in the highest voice I’ve heard from Larry David.
Watch and enjoy.
This is too funny. A+ job at recreating it shot for shot.
I want to get the yellow and green striped shirt and hat and whole outfit at the end. I wanted that for a Halloween costume and now I know what I’d look like as a white guy dressed as Fresh Prince.
Also, good to see Carlton and Jazzy Jeff in the mix.
I saw ads for Bear Gryll’s new show on NBC and I was immediately intrigued. I’ve always been a fan of Man vs Wild on Discovery, especially the episode with Will Ferrell. That was one of my favorites. His new show, Running Wild, is basically Man vs Wild with celebrities. And actual celebrities at that. Zac Efron, Channing Tatum, and Deion Sanders to name a few.
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(EW.com) — Greendale may not have closed its doors for good after all: Hulu is currently in talks with Sony Pictures TV for a sixth season of the recently cancelled “Community,” a source close to the show tells EW. (Deadline first reported the news.) Sony and Hulu aren’t commenting, and another source stressed caution about such a deal, but a proposed plan would likely include a 13-episode new season of the community college meta-comedy, with creator Dan Harmon in the fold. If by chance an agreement were reached, it would push the show past the 100-episode milestone (it’s at 97), and, of course, bring it one crucial step closer to fulfilling fans’ rally cries of “six seasons and a movie.”
Big fan of Community. Have been since day 1. The only bad thing about this is now I have to get HuluPlus and spend money to watch the show. Maybe I can string together a few free trials.
This clip never gets old.
Never gets old. Clap with style. Clap with confidence. Clap like a boss.
These are usually pretty good shows and I half pay attention to them slash have it on in the background.
CNN — Actor James Avery, who played the beloved Uncle Phil on the hit 1990s sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” has died, his publicist said Wednesday. He was 68.
The cause of death was complications from open-heart surgery, said his manager, Toni Benson. Avery had surgery on November 11 and died Tuesday evening at a hospital in Glendale, California, according to Benson.
Sad news. Rough way to start 2014. Uncles don’t usually get a lot of play on TV shows. I really can’t think of too many. Uncle Phil was the best though. He could be your worst enemy one moment, but your best ally the next. James Avery did a great job with Phillip Banks.
Below are some of my favorite moments from Uncle Phil
Pillowy Mounds of Mashed Potatoes
Pool Hall Hustle – “Break out Lucile”
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Not surprised seeing Lenny Clarke in there. The NY Rangers toilet paper was actually pretty funny and how can you not like Seabass? This must have been his warm up for acting before he’s in Dumb and Dumber To.