Friday, June 27, 2014

Shia LaBeouf stands up for modern man, disrupts horrible return of "Cabaret"

(Off-topic but relevant, considering the Yankees' possible trade for a certain hard-to-spell pitcher, whose name I won't bother to copy and post, because that's the only way to get it correctly:)

I am hereby appointing Shia LaBeouf (sp?) as IIHIIFIIc theatre critic, with the hope of sending him to the following Broadway shows:

1. Grease
2. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
3. Cats
4. Mamma Mia!
5. Hello, Dolly!


Local Bargain Jerk said...

Please add Rent to the list.

Ken of Brooklyn said...

Any drama that is sung should be nuked, period! Viva LaBeef!

Beauregard Jackson Pickett Burnside said...

As long as we're off topic, who thinks John knew who Niecy Nash was before he started reading that Ford spot? I'd never heard of her until I just googled it now. He's been reading this spot for days.

Beauregard Jackson Pickett Burnside said...

This just in: Sterling on Holt: And he... And he... Crickets...And he makes the catch.

Beauregard Jackson Pickett Burnside said...

Ok these spots are getting ridiculous. Some credit union is sponsoring the opposing pitcher.

Beauregard Jackson Pickett Burnside said...

STOP PRESS: JOHN STERLING PREDICTS BASEBALL. With the lead but leaving the bases loaded, John Sterling predicted the Yankees will lose this game. In the next inning he stated that you cannot predict baseball, and said this would look like a Yankee win if the Yankees hadn't left the bases loaded that last inning. Me? I don't know, but I know Johns right, I can't predict baseball but yet again the master did. (Possibly correctly, we'll know if a few hours)