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September 13, 2008

Tee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee!

*breath*

Tee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee!

Looks like it was naked circles in the front yard while making airplane noises.

Swing and a miss, Michael Phelps...swing and a miss.

Maybe this will make you feel better:

13 comments:

Chemgeek said...

I'm not sure what all of this is about, but I'm guessing it has to do with a certain smackdown by the Irish on the Wolverines.

But then, with that picture, who cares.

Gwen said...

I'm guessing SNL but haven't seen it yet.

Rider said...

More athletes hosting. That's the best way to drive the ratings down and audiences away. Great call, Lorne Michaels. Great call.

Dr Zibbs said...

I totally fogot to wathch this last night

Lisa-tastrophies said...

I'm with Chemgeek, not sure what the post is about but I am worrying that the cold you had last week has killed a few brain cells.
And where is Wizard Cat while you are re-cooperating? Tell the ungrateful feline he is to be waiting on you paw and tail while you are under the weather :-)

the iNDefatigable mjenks said...

Chemgeek and Gwen were both right (and Rider, to an extent, who called the whole "Michael Phelps hosting SNL" thing way before it was announced).

My initial giddiness was over the "ugly" win by Notre Dame over Michigan. Of course, according to their players and fans, Michigan didn't actually lose because Michigan won the game last year and the year before.

During the broadcast, at every turn, Michael Phelps (who trains at Michigan) was on the screen, reminding us he'd be unfunny later in the evening and constantly saying "Go Blue."

I think by "Go Blue" he meant "drop the ball again".

Frank said...

At least Michigan isn't in Indiana. That was a (minor) consolation for me...especially after the flooding on I-94 yesterday forced me to detour through Gary.

the iNDefatigable mjenks said...

My condolences, man. Any trip through Gary is like taking your life in your hands. Either it's the worry of getting caught in the crossfire of the gang wars, or it's the worry of the polluted air giving you black lung. Pick your fricking poison.

Will Shannon said...

Well, lest we forget, Ann Arbor is a dirty whore.

So there's that.

BeckEye said...

I am so sick of Michael Phelps. His ugly mug even invaded my Steelers game last night. Why should I give a flying fuck if he knows one of the Browns??

And he was almost as bad as Steven Seagal on SNL. ALMOST. No one will ever top that asshat.

McGone said...

As The Onion AV Club described Phelps' SNL job: "It's like he chews his words, swallows half of them, and then allows the rest to dribble down his chin in a sad series of disconnected sounds and meaningless letters."

Hopefully his appearing everywhere this weekend was one final goodbye before he swims back to whatever government funded private island/labratory created him.

Hap said...

It's been a wonderful weekend - Michigan geting their butt whipped (normally I wouldn't complain, but the MI/OSU tickets my wife has are for 4 days before munchkin arrival, and they will have the value of used toilet paper from a cholera victim at this rate), OSU getting abused in a manner that should not be shown on public TV (hint - making porn unattractive requires only one thing - Brent Musburger's narration), even if USC had some zebra help, and David Foster Wallace leaving the world. I'm glad that I don't watch SNL, though - I don't need to lose any more brain cells.

Could someone send my work some power, please, KTHX?

the iNDefatigable mjenks said...

"hint - making porn unattractive requires only one thing - Brent Musburger's narration"

No truer words have been spoken. How creepy must Erin Andrews feel around this guy all the time?

For what it's worth, Hap, at the end of November, I'd love to see it only be 35-3. As good as we (ND fans) were feeling about the win over Michigan, we'll feel just as bad about getting abused--again--at the hands of USC.