November 8, 2012

While discussing TV shows that he hates...


13 comments:

  1. I agree! It's a perfectly valid gateway into a much bigger world.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I watched the first episode and kind of liked it up until the surprise reveal at the end. Then my interest faded faster than than jeans in a bleach bath.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. There was a surprise reveal?

      Delete
    2. News to me....

      Delete
    3. Spongebob and Patrick turned out to be the same person.

      Delete
    4. Thanks for spoiling it, jerk.

      Delete
  3. My guess is this guy has said this line several times to different people, and each time acts like he came up with it on the spot.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I wonder if he says with or without the knowledge that Spongebob creator Stephen Hillburg was/is a marine biologist.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. That doesn't make it accurate to marine biology.

      Delete
    2. No one said it does.
      But it makes Hillburg at least know what rules his show breaks.

      Delete
  5. Where's the "it's true" tag?

    ReplyDelete
  6. He just compared a fiction genre to a field of SCIENCE. My God...

    The difference between fiction and science is that fiction doesn't have fixed rules! Whatever this Walking Dead show does with vague rules of horror, it's NOT SUPPOSED to be compared to Spongebob disregarding reality of sea life.

    ReplyDelete