Underdog_73's Replies

I'm truly sorry, you're so lonely. Don't give up hope. Maybe someday you'll know the touch of a woman. Just tell him to have it lanced, if it feels weird on your tongue. Yes....... Dude.... I hope you're right. Nonsensically laughing your ass off, in all caps, and twice in one sentence. All I need to know. By the way, "its" is possessive. The conjunction "it's", means "it is". You're welcome While I agree 8 episodes is a short amount, I'd almost accept it if they told an actual story, instead of a portion of a story that goes nowhere..... The fluff is stretched out as a result of hiring incompetent writers ... Thanks, that's exactly what I was asking. Yeah, but the point is there's no logical reason for it. His hand looked normal. What happened to justify this look? Looks like they are remaking it. A movie, instead of a series though. Mark Wahlberg will play Steve Austin in the Six BILLION Dollar Man. Yes you can, "genius". Anakin wasn't a Jedi? I thought he was a knight, but not a master. I could be wrong. That said, just because someone may not be "allowed" to do something, doesn't mean they wouldn't. It wouldn't surprise me at all if they give Luke a kid, if the books haven't already. I don't believe it's Yoda's kid, and I don't want it to be his kid. I'm simply pointing out the timeline doesn't prevent it from being the case. Which means it was born 40 to 45 years before Yoda died. I thought the same thing. That scene was idiotic and pointless. Try a little more research before posting. The egg didn't need to be pre-cracked. Crushing an egg in your hand takes no effort at all. I'm assuming the previous poster was confused by the one way it is hard to break an egg and that's squeezing solely on the ends. That didn't happen here. Robert Mitchum simply crushed in in his palm. A child could do it. Regardless of any past experiences, she clearly has mental issues and sees things that aren't there. The story doesn't work, since New York City has an abundance of squirrels. 8 of the remaining 9 were just released. The only one missing now is Scooby Doo meets The Addams Family/Wednesday is Missing. I'm guessing we'll never see this one. Not only was it the worst Archie Bunker impression I've ever seen or heard, his acting was atrocious. What was with the arm and wrist movements? He looked like he was making fun of someone who has Parkinson's disease, or someone who has brain damage as a result of oxygen deprivation. The fact that Indy survived a nuclear blast by jumping into a refrigerator is enough to make this one of the worst movies ever made. The rest of it was the bitter icing on the crap cake. That said, tastes are subjective. You just happen to be in the very small minority. That's not to say you shouldn't enjoy the movie. To each their own.