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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

“Looks like somebody suffered from premature slapulation.”

Ok if you still have not checked out ‘How I met your mother’ or HIMYM if you are lazy like myself and Meatball then I can only say that you are missing out on one of the best shows on television. The show is reaching legen...wait for it dary status! NPH has so many laugh out loud zingers in that show that he is fast becoming one of my favorite TV characters ever. The best line of the season had to be delivered by one of the female leads when she and her friends were observing a youtube clip of her days as a Canadian pop singer. One of the guys asked “This video was in 1994 why does it look like the 80's?” Robin’s response: “The 80's did not come to Canada until like 1993"

Sample Lyrics from Tvguide.com

“There’s this boy I like.
Met him at the food court.
He’s got hair like Gretzsky
And he does jumps on his skateboard.
I hope he asks me out.
Takes me to my favorite spot.
It’ll be just him and me.
(But don’t forget the robot.)

Dad says I’m too young to date
But baby I don’t want to wait.
That’s OK, I’m gonna rock your body anyway.
I’m gonna rock your body till Canada Day.”

I am actually sitting here with tears streaming down my face because I just watched the 2 episodes that I have tivoed back to back...Wayne Brady’s guest appearance tonight was stellar and the ‘Let’s go to the mall’ episode is just amazing.

I fear that the true humor of this all will not come out in just this short clip but you have to watch this video of my new favorite pop star Robin Sparkles

1 comment:

Meatball said...

wayne brady was phenomenal in this episode. Though i still think the cougar episode is the greatest.

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