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Amritsar
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"Things in TV shows/ movies you find unbelievable "


  

          

I had a hard ass time believing Christopher Multisanti was shaking down that corner boy captain for a percentage on his trade. In oakland, aint no one getting that percentage, unless its an older dealer running that corner. So the idea of an outsider to the community coming in and asking for his cut is just wild to me (might just be some east coast shit i dunno)




In the first season of the Wire when Avon was kingpin, they show him rolling around with only 1-2 enforcers at best, in some scenes he's even by himself! HELL NAH cutty, no kingpin on THAT level is rollin around with anything less then a small army. Granted they seemed to understand this concept better when Marlo takes over a couple seasons later, all that muscle he has with him when he's holding court in that open area is way more believable to me.


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how shows set in NYC and Chicago never have Black people...
Jun 08th 2009
1
lmao! this would be me prolly
Jun 08th 2009
2
wasn't Hangin wit Mr Cooper set in Oakland?? n/m
Jun 08th 2009
3
      yeah I think it was. .... forgot all about that show lol
Jun 09th 2009
9
Ferris Bueller's Day Off had an accurate depiction of black Chicago
Jun 09th 2009
10
true. Me and my friends often burst into dance routines on State street.
Jun 09th 2009
13
      LOL
Jun 17th 2009
43
      careful on those stairs!
Jun 17th 2009
44
word same for Rosanne too
Jun 09th 2009
19
roseanne wasn't set in chicago tho.
Jun 09th 2009
24
RE: how shows set in NYC and Chicago never have Black people...
Jun 09th 2009
21
Black Chicagoans are always interesting
Jun 17th 2009
39
      You got it all wrong(C) Gov Ahnuld
Jun 17th 2009
50
           I don't know lol I'm not a jacket expert
Jun 17th 2009
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I saw Up last week and it bothered me for the WHOLE movie
Jun 08th 2009
4
I could not get over that
Jun 09th 2009
18
mr ferguson floated to paradise falls in a house carried by balloons
Jun 10th 2009
28
Obviously most realism has to be thrown out the window
Jun 10th 2009
29
Muntz looked 20-something at the beginning to me.
Jun 17th 2009
37
      Agreed. I'd also imagine that Muntz'd found ways to keep himself
Jun 17th 2009
48
           So did I... I admit, it threw me
Jun 17th 2009
60
Omar on The Wire surviving that jump
Jun 08th 2009
5
http://www.blackstarvideo.com/img/larry-davis.jpg
Jun 08th 2009
6
Real. (*swipe*)
Jun 09th 2009
8
wow, crazy
Jun 17th 2009
65
it wasn't the fact he survived. it was the fact he DISAPPEARED.
Jun 17th 2009
32
      DARKNESS!!!(c)cmon Hard to find brothas like that at night
Jun 17th 2009
33
      LMAO.
Jun 17th 2009
49
      if marlo did it you'd believe it.
Jun 17th 2009
67
           Avon would've tripped over the railing
Jun 17th 2009
69
People fully dressed when they are sitting around their house
Jun 09th 2009
7
aka "The Cosby show"
Jun 09th 2009
15
      Cliff and Claire were never off duty
Jun 17th 2009
36
           yeah. I called it "Life Lesson Theater".
Jun 17th 2009
51
                My favorite ep was when they revealed they weren't his real parents
Jun 17th 2009
                Man, that episode pissed me off something terrible
Jun 17th 2009
68
MegaEngineering - Floating New Orleans
Jun 09th 2009
11
Loud Mouth Fat Guy + far more attractive wife
Jun 09th 2009
12
^^^^^^^
Jun 09th 2009
14
that's reality in southern california.
Jun 09th 2009
22
Addendum: Loud mouth fat guy w/ blue collar job
Jun 17th 2009
35
extremely realistic. common, actually.
Jun 09th 2009
25
that's reality for various reasons, but it's a segue
Jun 17th 2009
38
      Well, we don't really know how nice the apartment is
Jun 17th 2009
42
      that was the whole point though
Jun 17th 2009
66
wearing Pajamas to bed.
Jun 09th 2009
16
hahaha word
Jun 09th 2009
20
No, I live in maybe the coldest state in America
Jun 09th 2009
23
      and we're a close second ( maybe Wisconsin gets colder), but yeah.
Jun 17th 2009
31
           snacks?
Jun 17th 2009
34
                either that or kleenex, mayhaps?
Jun 17th 2009
52
                     I can see that
Jun 17th 2009
55
                          Pop Tarts, eh? hmm. Simple, yet effective.
Jun 17th 2009
57
That seems like an old thing to me
Jun 09th 2009
26
      Cliff & Claire rocked the Silk joints though...
Jun 17th 2009
56
           Cliff had them flannel gowns looking like a 19th century prospector
Jun 17th 2009
58
                that's why they had so many kids...
Jun 17th 2009
59
                     Player. Some nights Claire was going to bed in a gilded Snuggie.
Jun 17th 2009
62
                          let's see...that would make it around 1971
Jun 17th 2009
63
                               I think it's safe to assume Cosby's real age = Heathcliff's age, right?
Jun 17th 2009
64
Eliza Dushku falling for DJ Qualls in The New Guy
Jun 09th 2009
17
lol
Jun 17th 2009
46
Dwyane Wayne NOT hittin up Freddie
Jun 09th 2009
27
the number of women
Jun 17th 2009
30
How people never say 'Bye' on the phone
Jun 17th 2009
40
I waited 20 minutes for you to pick up, and you can't say BYE?!
Jun 17th 2009
45
Not to mention the overabundance of old school answering machines
Jun 17th 2009
47
      That is exactly what I came in here to post!
Jun 17th 2009
61
Re: the second one
Jun 17th 2009
41
ALSO, he kinda kept a low profile too.
Jun 17th 2009
53
the amount of unprotected sex on TV.
Jun 17th 2009
54
Nobody ever
Jun 18th 2009
71
watch the 10:00 news if you want Reality
Jun 18th 2009
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1. "how shows set in NYC and Chicago never have Black people..."
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not even walking around in the background.


Like on "Friends", how they always hung out in that coffee shop, and there were NEVER any Black people in there. You know good and damned well there would've been some Boho dude or chick on a Macbook in the corner ( prolly posting up on OKP)


I live in Chicago, and you can't go ANYWHERE without seeing us Black folks. Yet somehow in TV land, Chicago is 95% White...

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2. "lmao! this would be me prolly "
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>Like on "Friends", how they always hung out in that coffee
>shop, and there were NEVER any Black people in there. You know
>good and damned well there would've been some Boho dude or
>chick on a Macbook in the corner ( prolly posting up on OKP)
>
>
>I live in Chicago, and you can't go ANYWHERE without seeing us
>Black folks. Yet somehow in TV land, Chicago is 95% White...



I would say the same for Oakland .. but we aint even important enough to get a show! lol

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3. "wasn't Hangin wit Mr Cooper set in Oakland?? n/m"
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9. "yeah I think it was. .... forgot all about that show lol "
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10. "Ferris Bueller's Day Off had an accurate depiction of black Chicago"
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With the synchronized dancing and the stairs and what not.

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13. "true. Me and my friends often burst into dance routines on State street."
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especially if we're in the vicinity of German parades.


and if "Twist & Shout" comes on? look out...



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43. "LOL"
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44. "careful on those stairs!"
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19. "word same for Rosanne too "
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24. "roseanne wasn't set in chicago tho."
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it was set in "lanford", a fictional town halfway between chicago + rockford. so the scarcity of blacks on that show really wasn't that much of a stretch.

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21. "RE: how shows set in NYC and Chicago never have Black people..."
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>I live in Chicago, and you can't go ANYWHERE without seeing us
>Black folks. Yet somehow in TV land, Chicago is 95% White...

they're all over at the family matters set.

  

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39. "Black Chicagoans are always interesting"
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It's like they speak somewhat southern, but at the same time, rocking triple thick goosedowns and you can see their cold breath.

To someone down south, it's almost bizarro world lol

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50. "You got it all wrong(C) Gov Ahnuld"
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>It's like they speak somewhat southern,

some of us, not all.

>but at the same time,
>rocking triple thick goosedowns

Maybe in 1993 ( and I've never owned a Triple Fat Goose, but I won't deny that they were popular here)

> and you can see their cold
>breath.
>

true.




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70. "I don't know lol I'm not a jacket expert"
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4. "I saw Up last week and it bothered me for the WHOLE movie"
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once Charles Muntz was re-introduced, that he was still alive.

In the beginning Karl is like 8 years old and Charles Muntz is like 50, then when he meets him Karl is like 80 and Muntz is like 60. He looked like he aged 10-15 years over the course of 60-75 years. It bothered me so much

  

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18. "I could not get over that"
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liked the movie and all, but #1 thing I walked out of the theatre saying was how was that guy still alive?
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28. "mr ferguson floated to paradise falls in a house carried by balloons"
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and THATS what you found unbelievable?!?!


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29. "Obviously most realism has to be thrown out the window"
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in any animated, especially Pixar movie. Obviously cars can't talk, Sharks don't do the 12 steps and Samuel L Jackson would be the lead superhero.

But this one is not about the application of a plot in real life. All of the other characters aged so we know the laws of time still apply, having one character get very old while the other stays the same age is just odd
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37. "Muntz looked 20-something at the beginning to me."
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48. "Agreed. I'd also imagine that Muntz'd found ways to keep himself"
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up better than Carl did.

I do admit to scratching my head and going "he's still alive?" tho.

  

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60. "So did I... I admit, it threw me"
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But Carl is just like your average old dude and Muntz was like that 80 year old cat who sold juicers and swam the english channel dragging a tugboat with his teeth

There might have only been 10-15 years between them to begin with, too

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5. "Omar on The Wire surviving that jump"
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6. "http://www.blackstarvideo.com/img/larry-davis.jpg"
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You're welcome.

  

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8. "Real. (*swipe*)"
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http://dethroner.com/2008/03/17/the-wires-david-simon-on-omars-spider-man-jump/


The Wire’s David Simon on Omar’s Spider-Man Jump
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If you haven’t been watching The Wire, one of the characters jumps something like three or four stories out of an apartment building and is able to hobble off. From an interview Alan Sepinwall’s blog:

Is it true that Donnie (Andrews, the inspiration for Omar) in real life jumped off a balcony the same height that Omar did?

Actually, two floors higher.

Two floors higher?

The Murphy Homes. He also jumped off the rail bridge at Poplar Grove, onto the rail bed. That was probably about three stories. And he hurt his ankle. It’s just true. Those jumps, by an athletic person, can actually be made and are made, routinely. By a non-athletic person? if I made it, I’d be all over the pavement and they’d pick me up with a spoon. If you made it, they’d pick you up with a spoon. When 28-year-old Donnie Andrews makes that jump because he has to, sometimes he makes it. It’s funny: I’m doing this thing now with recon Marines, “Generation Kill.” And some of them had no problem with the jump. They just started telling stories about recon training. I don’t know whether to believe them or not, but I do believe Donnie.

It was a story I actually used, I wrote about the first time back in 1990. That story was all through the ghetto: “They had him cornered, and motherfucker jumped off the railroad bridge and kept running. Did not want to die that day.” But we did want it to feel a little bit mythic, and “What the fuck?” because it fit with the general arc of Greek tragedy.

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65. "wow, crazy"
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>http://dethroner.com/2008/03/17/the-wires-david-simon-on-omars-spider-man-jump/
>
>
>The Wire’s David Simon on Omar’s Spider-Man Jump
>Published by Joel March 17th, 2008 in Survival, TV. Share
>This
>
>If you haven’t been watching The Wire, one of the characters
>jumps something like three or four stories out of an apartment
>building and is able to hobble off. From an interview Alan
>Sepinwall’s blog:
>
> Is it true that Donnie (Andrews, the inspiration for Omar)
>in real life jumped off a balcony the same height that Omar
>did?
>
> Actually, two floors higher.
>
> Two floors higher?
>
> The Murphy Homes. He also jumped off the rail bridge at
>Poplar Grove, onto the rail bed. That was probably about three
>stories. And he hurt his ankle. It’s just true. Those jumps,
>by an athletic person, can actually be made and are made,
>routinely. By a non-athletic person? if I made it, I’d be all
>over the pavement and they’d pick me up with a spoon. If you
>made it, they’d pick you up with a spoon. When 28-year-old
>Donnie Andrews makes that jump because he has to, sometimes he
>makes it. It’s funny: I’m doing this thing now with recon
>Marines, “Generation Kill.” And some of them had no problem
>with the jump. They just started telling stories about recon
>training. I don’t know whether to believe them or not, but I
>do believe Donnie.
>
> It was a story I actually used, I wrote about the first
>time back in 1990. That story was all through the ghetto:
>“They had him cornered, and motherfucker jumped off the
>railroad bridge and kept running. Did not want to die that
>day.” But we did want it to feel a little bit mythic, and
>“What the fuck?” because it fit with the general arc of Greek
>tragedy.
>
>

  

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32. "it wasn't the fact he survived. it was the fact he DISAPPEARED."
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33. "DARKNESS!!!(c)cmon Hard to find brothas like that at night"
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49. "LMAO."
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67. "if marlo did it you'd believe it."
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69. "Avon would've tripped over the railing"
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7. "People fully dressed when they are sitting around their house"
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I don't know about you, but when i'm chilling at home I'm not wearing nice shirts, my nice jeans and have my dress shoes on. I'm in some shorts, an old t-shirt, and maybe I got some slippers on.

I've seen tv shows where the mother is walking around the house in heels.

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15. "aka "The Cosby show""
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Cliff used to be lounging aroundthe crib in a sweater/oxford/khakis combo.

and Claire STAYED dressed for work, no matter time of day it was.


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36. "Cliff and Claire were never off duty"
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They never knew when they'd have to orchestrate an elaborate 3 act morality play to teach Theo a life lesson about fiscal responsibility. Can't do that in gym shorts.

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51. "yeah. I called it "Life Lesson Theater"."
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I always wanted Theo or whoever to be like:


"I get it. I GET it. I fucked up, you don't have to make the house into a transient hotel...I'm sorry I asked for the fuckin 50 bucks..."


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68. "Man, that episode pissed me off something terrible"
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>"I get it. I GET it. I fucked up, you don't have to make the
>house into a transient hotel...I'm sorry I asked for the
>fuckin 50 bucks..."

Like, this is good parenting? Really? Motherfucka just asked for a little emoney for a Gordon Gatrell shirt.

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11. "MegaEngineering - Floating New Orleans"
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In the computer animation, there wasn't one black person.

  

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12. "Loud Mouth Fat Guy + far more attractive wife"
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14. "^^^^^^^"
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22. "that's reality in southern california."
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35. "Addendum: Loud mouth fat guy w/ blue collar job"
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(Actually it's pretty common in the south too now that I think about it)

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25. "extremely realistic. common, actually."
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38. "that's reality for various reasons, but it's a segue"
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into my Knocked Up complaints.

- you're an on-air E! host and Seth Rogen's character is the best you could pull at a club (drunkness is irrelevant in this case of disparity)?

- how does Rogen suddenly get a cushy web design job in LA with the salary to rent a nice apartment? far as I can remember, he never even graduated high school and has like a 15 year gap in employment history.

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42. "Well, we don't really know how nice the apartment is"
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He makes a joke about it being in a somewhat dodgy neighborhood, so it might not be too unbelievable. The job thing though... yeah, I'm with you. No employment history, no formal education, and the one website in his portfolio wasn't exactly john blaze. The dude ain't even legal!

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66. "that was the whole point though"
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getting knocked up by a drunken regret. him pulling her for one night isn't that much of a stretch. he had an in with the beer thing, and was able to hang out with her, and be fun enough for her to say fuck it.

the hard sell for me was her actually falling for him. never really bought it.

>- how does Rogen suddenly get a cushy web design job in LA
>with the salary to rent a nice apartment? far as I can
>remember, he never even graduated high school and has like a
>15 year gap in employment history.

now THAT was a huge stretch.

  

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16. "wearing Pajamas to bed."
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I'm strictly T-shirts and gym shorts at bed time. or in the summer just gym shorts.


FOH@ at wearing long-sleeved Pajamas to bed.


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20. "hahaha word "
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>I'm strictly T-shirts and gym shorts at bed time. or in the
>summer just gym shorts.
>
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>FOH@ at wearing long-sleeved Pajamas to bed.



i thoguht that was just some shit folks in cold weather climates always did ... lol

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23. "No, I live in maybe the coldest state in America"
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and nobody wears pajamas like that. Maybe sweatpants and a long sleeve T/thermal in the winter, but no striped pajama sets.

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31. "and we're a close second ( maybe Wisconsin gets colder), but yeah."
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even in sub zero temps, I'll put on some long lounge pants ( those fleece joints) and *maybe* a long sleeved tee shirt. But never a friggin full set of pajamas.



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34. "snacks?"
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52. "either that or kleenex, mayhaps?"
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or if you REALLY know what time it is, Condoms.

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55. "I can see that"
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If things get hot n heavy (and in that get-up, how can they not), there's not always time to reach for the dresser

I still say snacks though. Imagine you wake up, stretchin' and yawnin' and hey, what's that in my shirt pocket? A pop tart!

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57. "Pop Tarts, eh? hmm. Simple, yet effective."
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or maybe a pack of those Cheese & Crackers joints.

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26. "That seems like an old thing to me"
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Like, I would believe that people slept in that shit back in the fifties.

  

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56. "Cliff & Claire rocked the Silk joints though..."
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58. "Cliff had them flannel gowns looking like a 19th century prospector"
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Claire had that elaborate shit though, like it was made from gay silkworms and imported from Italy. She actually would dress *up* to go to bed.

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59. "that's why they had so many kids..."
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> She actually would
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62. "Player. Some nights Claire was going to bed in a gilded Snuggie."
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She wasn't trying to turn Cliff on. She was trying to defend herself.

If only we could have seen what Claire was rocking in the pre-Vanessa days...

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63. "let's see...that would make it around 1971"
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>If only we could have seen what Claire was rocking in the
>pre-Vanessa days...


which was pretty much in the height of the Black Love era.

So, you gotta think, they were making nice loot even though they already had 3 kids.

I'm thinking she had that big ass 1970's flip hairdo and rocked the Hillman t-shirt to bed. But she probably wore it well.



Hol' up:

now that I think about it, the Timeline on "The Cosby Show" is kinda fucked up... think about it. Sondra was a college student in 1983, which at makes her at LEAST 18 or 19, right? which means as the oldest kid, she was born in approx 1964 or so. Which ALSO means that if Cliff and Claire were out of school and established BEFORE they started having kids, they were about 26 years old or so when she was born ( I counted 4 years of graduate study even though it's probably more) that they were born in approx 1938 or so.

I don't recall them being THAT old on the show. Have they ever made references to their youth on the show? ( meaning have they ever said what decade it was when they started dating?)



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64. "I think it's safe to assume Cosby's real age = Heathcliff's age, right? "
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So Mid-to Late 40's by the time the series began, which seems about right (Dr. Bill was born in 1937, according to Wikipedia) Claire is probably a few years younger than Cliff right?

>I don't recall them being THAT old on the show. Have they ever
>made references to their youth on the show? ( meaning have
>they ever said what decade it was when they started dating?)

I'm sure they did at some point indirectly (maybe a song they liked or a movie they saw?) though I can't recall anything specific. They really only ever made fun of how OLD Cliff was. Still seemed like he was too young to be liking jazz music that much though.

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17. "Eliza Dushku falling for DJ Qualls in The New Guy"
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46. "lol"
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27. "Dwyane Wayne NOT hittin up Freddie"
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she was TOO fine to be followin him around like that when she first came on the scene and he not AT LEAST set her down to see what the buisness was

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30. "the number of women"
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in hip hop battle scenes be it breakdancing, rhyming, scratching....

in real life the only girls showing up are already going out with a participant/bystander

  

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40. "How people never say 'Bye' on the phone"
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If you ever notice, on TV or movies, during a phone convo, people never say bye, or goodbye.

It's always, "Yeah....ok....yeah, ok yeah"

(Hangs up)

I pointed this out to my boy some years ago, and he was blown away lol

Another BS phone thing on TV and movies...

It takes people forever to answer it.

(Phones rings)

After like the 3rd ring, the person rustles around and wakes up...

4th ring, they slowly role over...

5th ring...they check their watch and squint.

6th ring...they throw their head back like "Ugh!", and kinda wipe their eye or face...

7th ring...they reach for the phone...

(Pick up)

3 second pause...

"Yeah...?"

Wtf?

No one EVER just hangs up, or no machine ever picks up.

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45. "I waited 20 minutes for you to pick up, and you can't say BYE?!"
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47. "Not to mention the overabundance of old school answering machines"
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But I guess you can't hear that ever-so-important message from the missed caller if it goes to voicemail, lol.

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61. "That is exactly what I came in here to post!"
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41. "Re: the second one"
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>In the first season of the Wire when Avon was kingpin, they
>show him rolling around with only 1-2 enforcers at best, in
>some scenes he's even by himself! HELL NAH cutty, no kingpin
>on THAT level is rollin around with anything less then a small
>army. Granted they seemed to understand this concept better
>when Marlo takes over a couple seasons later, all that muscle
>he has with him when he's holding court in that open area is
>way more believable to me.

The point of seson three was that when Avon got out of jail, all of his muscle was dead/locked up/incompetent. Slim Charles was his only legit shooter until Cutty showed up, and even his heart wasn't in it. Plus, by the end of the season, he was rolling deep everywhere.

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53. "ALSO, he kinda kept a low profile too."
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remember how hard it was for the cops to find a picture of him?


it might be said that aside from people in the game nobody really knew who he was.


Meaning most people knew OF him, but couldn't tell you what he looked like.

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54. "the amount of unprotected sex on TV."
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you guys ever notice that when people have passionate "rip your clothes off and go at it" sex on TV, they NEVER use comdoms?

I can see how that might happen with one's wife or whomever, but this happens on EVERY show with whoever decides to get it in.


( I noticed this while watching "Rescue Me". those cats NEVER strap up).


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spenzalii
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71. "Nobody ever"
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Takes a piss
gets hungry
has a call battery die

How the hell Jack Bauer does it is beyond me

<-- Dave Thomas knows what's up...
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Jay: Look here homie, any nigga can get a hit record. This here is about respect.
Game: Like Gladys Knight.
Jay: Aretha Franklin.
Game: Word, I like her too.
Jay: Nigga...

  

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72. "watch the 10:00 news if you want Reality"
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i hate movies that seem like they could actually happen.

i watch movies for FANTASY where the women's
breasts are all shaped perfectly and the men
are always impeccably dressed and all the
dialogue sounds it came from an Oscar Wilde novel.

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