Here's a round of quick bits on Fringe since I've yet to post a proper review.
On last week's episode we finally heard — but didn't see — the mysterious William
Bell via an old videotape. Even if you weren't aware of the recent casting news, it was easy to recognize the voice of Leonard Nimoy, soon to be seen as Spock for perhaps the final time in Lost and Fringe co-creator J.J. Abrams' Star Trek film.
I hadn't submitted anything to The Late Show with David Letterman's online Top
Ten Contest worth posting in a while — until the batch of entries for this week's subject. Note: They're sort-of raunchy. I don't want to offend anyone visiting or get this blog flagged for adult content on the basis of a few lame one-liners, so if you're easily shocked please just don't read my...
Top Nine Punchlines to Dirty Pirate Jokes
9. "And he said, 'How do you think I became first mate?'"
8. "Oh... That dinghy!"
7. "It were so dark she never saw me comin'!"
6. "This one ain't hollow."
5. "So now my ex marks the spot!"
4. "A squid."
3. "That's not why they call it the poop deck."
2. "But the bad news is, that wasn't no mermaid."
And the Number One (and Most Obvious) Punchline to a Dirty Pirate Joke...
if you don't know what this is.
Not the one I had in mind, but whatever.
Big Audio Dynamite.
The Teen Titans.
Robin the Boy Wonder.
The Island is Paradise Island?
No way! I haven't seen any Amazons.
Wait... The Amazons are Greek mythology;
we're looking for Norse mythology.
Okay, Paradise Island.
The Wrath of Khan.
"Beisbol been bery, bery good... to me."
Chico and the Man.
Freddie Prinze Jr.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Medal of honor.
Chuck Woolery? Yikes! Let's try this again.
"The pen is mightier than the sword."
"Don't Fence Me In".
Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young.