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K. McAleese said on September 24th, 2009 at 9:31 am

Now, an electric couch, that seems like it would be more efficient for executing people than an electric chair. You could do ten at a time.

May I suggest an electric sectorial? It can seat 12 (if they’re hefty) to 16 (if they’re sticks)!

Seriously, would watch that lioness show.

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So the show sucks then?

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Your thought process frightens me to no end.

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That was insane.

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500 bees is too many bees. I’ve never done the math for camels.

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Need more cowbell.

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Wow..cocaine really is a helluva drug…

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Every time he posts, I become more and more convinced that Flapjacks is just some sort of id-based multiple personality that overcomes MGK every once and a a while.

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Up to a certain point, that was right on target, then it went off the rails. But I honestly don’t know WHERE, so that’s probably just me…

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So wrong, and yet, so right.

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its like the ramblings of an 8-year-old. I love it.

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LightlyFrosted said on September 24th, 2009 at 12:31 pm

Following this stream of consciousness is vaguely like wandering without guide or direction in a major metropolitan area. You don’t know precisely where you’ll end up, and there’s a small but significant chance that you might be putting yourself into terrible danger, but you haven’t died yet.

This being said, hells yes would I watch Lioness: Firefighting Attorney At Law. I can see it now. She’d be all like “I move to adjourn, because the courthouse is on fire and the defendant (a zebra) is smellin’ delicious.” Or the prosecution team, made up entirely of gazelles. Or something.

… Really, you’d think that they’d know better than to mess with Good Wife, firefighting attorney at law, who’s also a LIONESS.

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I actually work in the business affairs department that covers this show, and I will be printing this out and giving it to the appropriate VP in about 30 seconds. I wouldn’t hold your breath, but a boy can dream, can’t he? šŸ˜›

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“See? My version is better.”
I don’t doubt that.

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Her response:

“**** Your proposal is BRILLIANT.
**** And, far more entertaining that the series.”

HA!

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Now I want to see a show about a blog writer who attempts to get work in the entertainment industry while at the same time occasionally posting crazy shit under an assumed name. Instead, his alter ego gets the job writing TV scripts! Zaniness ensues as our hero has to balance his legal career against his entertainment career, knowing full well that should either world find out about his secret work in the other then he’ll never work in this town again. And by “this town” I mean “Canada.”

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Every time he posts, I become more and more convinced that Flapjacks is just some sort of id-based multiple personality that overcomes MGK every once and a a while.

Or, you know, MGK is just the psychologically stable manifestation of Flapjack.

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FLAPJACKS
I LOVE YOU
YOUR BRAIN IS MAGNIFICENT
PLEASE BECOME PRESIDENT OF HOLLYWOOD

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@Zifnab
That’s entirely possible.

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Somberbrero said on September 24th, 2009 at 2:55 pm

I wish Flapjacks had his own blog so I could read his opinions without also having to read MGK talk about politics. Flapjacks writes like an oiled gazelle.

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But would lioness firefighter save kittens from trees or not?

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Why don’t you just turn the movie Deathrow Gameshow into a TV series?

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Needs more monkeys.

And the monkeys should be wearing little smoking jackets and hats.

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The real question is why are you watching The Good Wife in the first place? Unless this is the first in a series of blogs rating new shows by their camel presence, or lack thereof.

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@Clayton:

Actually there was a movie like that. Except it was twin brothers. One wrote good movies. The other wrote drivel Michael Bay would love. Guess who got successful?

…I honestly don’t recall what the movie’s name is though. Written by the same guy who did the Being John Malkovich Screenplay.

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Adaptation. Donald Kaufman’s screenplay was remarkably similar to the extremely obvious twist in Identity.

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Adaptation also has the weirdness of being a sort of kind of adaptation of the Orchid Thief. By which I mean, it’s what would happen if Flapjacks rewrote the Orchid Thief into a movie.

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The one time a cat actually did get stuck up in a tree next to my home, I tried everything to get it down and nothing was working. It suddenly dawned on me that there was a fire department three blocks away. So I walk down to them and explain the situation.

“Yeah, we don’t actually do that,” said the fireman.

Eventually a news reporter talked a cable repair truck into using their cherry picker to get the cat down. I can’t remember why a news crew was hanging around (unless it was an extremely slow news day and “Cat Stuck In Tree” was the biggest story they could find.

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