Bob is the owner of Bob’s Burgers on the Fox show Bob’s Burgers. I’ve now seen 6 of these on Netflix and have ignored at least 5 minutes of each episode, so I don’t know if it’s a good show. The last one I watched had the owner of another restaurant forcing Bob to shave his mustache so that was difficult to watch.
Horatio Magellan Crunch is the cartoon mascot more commonly known as Cap’n Crunch for the cereal of the same name. And because I think we can all agree that Cap’n Crunch is the Shakespeare of cereals that cut up the roof of your mouth, it is only appropriate that he follows W.S.’s post from earlier today.
Today is day 3 of having a squirrel in our office. Unfortunately, I am more afraid of squirrels more than any other common animal, so it’s all I can think about.
If I knew the squirrel had a mustache and beret, I’d be pretty pumped, but I’ve seen the little rat and it doesn’t. It’s got rat eyes and a rat face and I know it’s making plans with other squirrels to take of the entire office space. If you need me, I’ll be at my desk crying.
In 1997, John Waters voiced John on The Simpsons in an episode called “Homer’s Phobia.” This is one of my favorite episode. It finds Homer upset that the rest of the family is tagging around with a gay man. It is also where the mustached man of the Anvil shows up.
If you’ve never seen this one you should check it out on the internet, the tv or email me and I’ll get a group of friends together and we can act it out for you in full.
Luigi is portrayed as the slightly younger fraternal twin brother of Nintendo’s mascot Mario. Luigi first appeared in the 1983 arcade game Mario Bros. It’s sad to say this, but I just now realized that Mario and Luigi’s last name is Mario.
I guess some people don’t like when you joke that the French like Jerry Lewis. It’s not as if I accused them of owning Two and a Half Men on DVD. I just wanted an excuse to watch that clip from The Errand Boy, which I really enjoy.
I don’t want to get any negative comments on this post, so I’ll tell you this – I don’t believe that all French toast smoke cigarettes, have thin mustaches and wear berets. I do believe that the one in this picture looks nice though.
Cooder, voiced by Jim Varney, appeared in the episode “Bart Carny” in the Simpsons’ 12th season. He tricked the Simpsons out of their house by sending them on a boat cruise. Eventually Homer bets Cooder that he can throw a hula hoop on to the chimney to get the house back, but the Simpsons run into the house and lock the door before he even throws it. Homer rejoices until he notices that his ass groove has been changed in the couch.
You don’t like my descriptions of the episode? Watch the episode yourself then, jerk. It’s 14 years old. You could have seen it by now.
Karl Pilkington is God’s gift to the world. He makes me laugh 100% of the time he talks and sometimes even when he doesn’t.
Above is a picture of his animated father from the Ricky Gervais Show where they usually make anyone related to Karl look just like him. This time is no different, just with a steesh and some gray hair.
Cosmo G. Spacely is the man in charge of Spacely Space Sprockets on the television show, The Jetsons. Spacely is constantly firing George Jetson & then eventually hiring him back. It’s sad to see that even in the future, your boss is still going to be a real dick.
Today is National Chocolate Chip Day, so naturally Cookie Monster gets the cookie duster treatment. It is a little difficult adding a mustache to a puppet that doesn’t even have lips, but I’ve done the best I can. I recommend you get off my back.