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Who needs to buy pot, when you can watch Seth Rogen dance?
March 11th, 2021 under Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]

Seth Rogen is selling pot at Houseplant now. But why waste the money on the weed, when you can get the same effect watching him dance. At least, I got high watching him dance. Granted, I am sure I would also get high just by being in close contact with him.


Jimmy Fallon and Seth Rogen forfeited one of the Tonight Show games
July 31st, 2020 under Jimmy Fallon, Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]

Seth Rogen was on The Tonight Show yesterday, and Jimmy Fallon challanged him to a game of the Pickle Juice Challenge in honor of the actor’s upcoming HBO Max movie An American Pickle.

The game is simple. All they have to do is answer questions about pickles. If they get the answer right, then the other person has to drink a shot of pickle juice. If they get it wrong, then they are the ones downing it.

Both men got every question right. Therefore, for the tie breaker, they had to see who could drink the remaining pickle juice the fastest. Both men agreed to end the game in a tie rather than do that.

Such wimps. I drink it all the time because it is good for getting rid of headaches. Let me tell you it works.


The Good Boys really are good boys!
August 12th, 2019 under Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]

Preteens Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon and Keith L. Williams are starring in Seth Rogen’s movie Good Boys. Since it is a Rogen film, it is not at all family-friendly. Yet, the child actors are sweet and innocent. At least they used to be.

For the movie, they had to learn a lot of things that are much more mature than they are and a bunch of new words. In fact, on the ride home, their moms would have to explain things to them. Noon went from not being able to say “c-r-a-p” at home to using much crappier words when he was at work. They got so familiar with the language, they were using it on set when they were not filming. That is when Tremblay’s dad stepped in and would not allow them to use it after the director yelled cut.

However, I bet you when the three boys were hanging with their friends, they taught them all the things they learned at the job. Who needs an education when you are getting that as an education. Actually, all kids need to stay in school. If not, you can grow up to be like me.

One of the good things about being 18, is that I can go see this movie on my own this Friday. I feel bad for all of the actors’ friends who will not be allowed to see it. That is unless they tell the ticket taker they are going to see The Lion King (Rogen’s other movie) and then sneak into this feature. Who else besides me used to do that all the time?


Good Boys is the kids’ movie that is not kid friendly!
July 17th, 2019 under Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]

Remember when Seth Rogen came up with an animated movie that was not for kids? Well, his new movie Good Boys is kind of like that.

Instead, this feature stars three tweens who keep getting into the type of mischief they won’t know about for a few years. I wonder how many things had to be explained to Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams and Brady Noon while they were filming it. I hope a lot. However, when I was their age, I think I knew all about those things. Or at I thought I did.

Either way, I will be there on August 16th to see it because I have been a fan of Williams ever since he was on Selfie. That and it looks so wrong. We will all be feeling guilty that we are laughing as hard as we are with them.


More like The Lion needs to be put to Sleep Tonight
July 12th, 2019 under Billy Eichner, Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]

I will openly admit, I am not a fan of Disney’s live-action remakes. I also did not care for The Lion King that much when it was an animated movie. Therefore, I have no intention to see the live-action film that is out now. Especially, after they cast Billy Eichner to play Timon and Seth Rogen as Pumbaa. Why did they think that was a good idea?

Then today my friend, Michael, sent me the audio of them singing The Lion Sleeps Tonight. How bad is it? Where is a Trump kid or that dentist when you need one? I normally am against trophy hunting, but in this case, it is OK to kill meerkat and warthog like they murdered the classic tune.

Since it is one of my all-time favorite tunes, I will listen to my favorite version of it from The Tracey Ullman Show. I think you should do the same. This way it will numb some of the pain caused by that movie version that sounds more like a hyena being eaten by a boa constrictor. Damn you, Jon Favreau, for doing this to us.


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