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  1. Without offering an opinion on the Anderson situation, I'll just say that I'm surprised Stroman is pushing this "you can't suspend someone for language" horseshit. Is the implication that he thought it was fine when Pillar was throwing around homophobic slurs a couple years ago? Or did he forget? Probably the former. "Normal slang trash talk" is a likely pretty wide net. Also, Marcus Stroman not believing in "beef" is a lark. What's next? The sky is green? Of course I've been done with Stroman since he cropped his dog's ears, so I'm a little biased and have an ax to grind.
  2. @Stefanie the Human has sent me down a Youtube hole. I rarely go in for fast food, but Corny is getting my cravings going. I'm liable to be super disappointed in about an hour's time.
  3. You think that's aged poorly? How about Coulson's "Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division" bit from the first Iron Man? Fury was calling it Shield all throughout Captain Marvel and I'm sure people who watched the Peggy Carter show can be put me on to other such moments. Good read on Age of Ultron. Even if jokey, toothy Ultron isn't for you and it is a bit of a mess, it's nice to see the movie recognized for some of the better beats Joss got in there. Rewatched Thor: The Dark World. Super bland. The Loki stuff was really good (especially the beat with him and Frigga), but only about 15 minutes of the movie tops. So... whatever. Guardians Vol. 2 is a really strong installment. Thematically strong movie about difficult families that fleshes out the MCU's Nebula and her relationship with Gamora, and has some good Rocket-Quill and Rocket-Yondu dynamics. GotG needle drops are still fun, if a bit easy. There's plenty of colour in the movie. Baby Groot is a hit. And Kurt Russell is in the movie, which is never a bad thing. But GotG Vol. 2 also has some of the most laboured humour in the MCU. There's a lot of good laughs here. There's also a lot of swings and misses. Rocket and Drax spend far too much time laughing uproariously, to the point where I feel like I'm being bullied into finding something amusing. Taserface was rough, no way around it. Dragged so badly you'd think you were watching Peter Griffin selling his knee.
  4. Sounds like a poor attempt at heel commentary (which is most heel commentary). Regardless, if anyone wants to fire Sam Roberts out of a cannon, I'll be happy to give them a light.
  5. I don't know this Hector Gomez, but he's saying Tuesday for Vlad Jr. Regardless, his call up is imminent. Edit: As I expected, more recognizable media figures are pushing back hard on Tuesday.
  6. Prichard's podcast this week covers Backlash '04 and the lead-up to the event. So Conrad took a few minutes to prod Bruce about that year's Draft Lottery. Some of the thinking there probably has overlap with things discussed in this and other threads this week, so I'll just drop this here. Vince apparently likes genuine reactions on screen, which is one of the reasons he doesn't tell talent beforehand where they're headed. He's allegedly had six people standing by to get a genuine result when one of them needs to go through the curtain. Since a lot of stars aren't on screen when they find out they're moving or in the moments after, this seems like something you can all have fun driving an 18-wheeler through. Re: relationships, they don't care who you're dating because you could just as easily be seeing someone new a couple months from now. If you're married, you have a stronger case for being kept together. I'm sure there are plenty of exceptions, but Naomi and the Usos were both moved to the same show. Murphy and Alexa are still on separate shows, but I assume engagements aren't serious enough in their eyes? I dunno. Whatever. Do with that what you will.
  7. That stuff is barely food when it's heated through at the restaurant. Reheated? There's something loose in his head.
  8. Not me. But the existence of people who need to know everything is Meltz's business model. For the rest: See Raz.
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