-Tyrion and Varys plan to eliminate Littlefinger
-I meet a babe at the viewing party
-We hit it off
-Her boobs are huge
-She finds my Ygritte impression not at all annoying
-Arya and The Hound head East
-My bluejeans don’t betray my erection
-I make a fart noise when Joffrey bends over and everyone loves it
-Including the babe
-Who can’t tell I have a boner
-Not under these bluejeans
-The White Walkers invade Westeros
-But I can’t tell because I’m Frencing the babe
Oh hey look, it’s a brand new @comicbooklive movie review show on @NerdistChannel, talkin’ @ManOfSteelMovie!
My friends Justin and Alex were kind enough to have me on their new Nerdist show to talk about the new Superman movie. Note my mind genuinely being blown at 3:01, when I realize both of Superman’s dads played Robin Hood.
This worked out nicely.
The author behind the Red Wedding gets medieval on our asses.
Here’s something I wrote with Owen Parsons, starring Josh Ruben as George R.R. Martin (possible spoliers).
- The chicken dinner option was overcooked
- The maid of honor’s toast went on for freaking ever!
- Put up at a Best Western WAY outside town
- Black-tie? (K. And who do I send my Men’s Warehouse bill to?)
- The wedding band didn’t know “Brown Eyed Girl”
- Or “I Gotta Feeling”
- No sangria at the bar
- Zero hot bridesmaids
- Literally. NO sangria.
- Ended early
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Here’s me hosting a late-night talk show on a subway for Charlie Todd’s latest Improv Everywhere stunt. I had a fun time interviewing random passengers, and the talented Evan Gregory was my Paul Schaffer and laughed at my jokes, even if they weren’t good (most of them aren’t).
This is charming as hell.