I was actually expecting to find more Zach love on Inforoo. The biggest thing I'm not a fan of is that he's ultra liberal. I did love Scrubs. I don't remember Garden State other than that I didn't care for it. I can't say why anymore.
Post by NotMitchelBade on Apr 20, 2011 10:39:25 GMT -5
I agree it's kind of odd that he's doing a Q&A session, but I love this movie, and it did help me expand my musical taste- considering I was 16 at the time. It's how I discovered everything from The Shins to Thievery Corporation. I know this movie, and especially the Q&A session, are really easy targets for jokes, but I think it's a really cool idea. Barring conflicts, I'll check this out.
They should've done this last year with Quentin Tarantino when they played Inglorious Basterds.
2/26 Ra Ra Riot
3/12 Animal Collective & Dan Deacon
4/11 Weird Al
4/18 The Fritz
4/20 Snarky Puppy
4/24 Les Claypool's Duo De Twang
4/26 Beats Antique (Volapalooza)
5/13 Father John Misty w/ Adam Green & Binki Shapiro
5/17-5/19 Hangout Fest
6/6 Postal Service (looking for a pit ticket - PM me!)
6/7 Postal Service (pit)
6/8 Postal Service (pit)
6/27 Lake Street Drive
Scrubs frustrates me so much, because I think the entire cast is incredible, except for Zack Braff. I find his stupid man-boy antics so irritating, and his narration is obnoxious. It's unfortunate that he's the center of the show, because it also has some incredible moments. Dr. Cox and The Janitor are both two solid gold characters, as is Bob Kelso.
And don't even get me started on that pitiful excuse for a show that Scrubs was after the entire cast except for John C. McGinley and Turk left.
Really, they only lost Judy Reyes, I think. Braff was in a handful of episodes. I'm pretty sure that Janitor was as well. Turk, Kelso, Cox and Elliot were all pretty steady for that last season as well.
I think that the hardest thing to accept about that season was that Season Eight's finale was really solid.
Post by LoveLuckLaughter on Apr 21, 2011 2:55:07 GMT -5
That was my fault. I used poor sentence structuring via improper verbiage. I should have said "God, I hate the term 'Hipster'." He's probably right though, it's likely the "motto" there and I would have feelings of disdain on a daily basis. Not because I dislike people who identify as "Hipster", or the characteristics of such. Rather because I dislike the act of trying to rearrange complex characteristics into terms empty of any true meaning.
Ehhh. Who gives a rat's azz anyways. Bonnaroooooo!