Sometimes the commercials are the best part. At least that’s what people tell me. I got a Tivo in 2001 so I don’t see them anymore.
Wish gone bad. XD
Nothing witty to say regarding the guy who’s head is stuck in a block of cement. :p
When the commercials are the best part, I turn off the TV.
Biff, you blockhead
yay wish-gone-wrong week!
is this the same pickle-jar genie, or does biff have a large magic-lamps-of-questionable-veracity collection?
There is a great movie about this. Tenth kingdom. The guy wishes for a million dollars, ends up being stolen money and he gets arrested. There’s more to the movie, but i really only remember that bit.
The Biffster can be *such* a square…
Deffinitely Wishes Gone Bad week.
What a lazy genie….. erasing the concept of advertising is easily within the scope of powers of any ordinary household genie!
Well, without a mouth, Biff won’t be making anymore ill-fated wishes.
I think Biff may have done this on his own accord…
I mean… it is Biff…
Personally, if my luck weren’t so bad that I’d get slammed with a lawsuit for downloading movies and tv shows made in America (haven’t had a problem with stuff from japan yet lol) I would’ve given up on regular TV altogether.
That sucks, and i guess it’s geniue week.
Yknow, I first thought “TV week!” when I saw this one.
Y’all’s idea is better
Genie and TV week.
Classic case of “Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it”…
I didn’t get it at first till I read ‘wished’ lol
Biff’s amphibian ancestry means that he can breathe through his skin, doesn’t it? Or does he breathe through his eyebrows now?
@C4Pottery: Six hours of footage, and you can only remember one thing from the movie? What about Wolf, the shepherdess competition, the trolls and the queen?
Come to think of it, wishing for a million dollars isn’t very smart (it’s also small thinking when you have wishes at your disposal), seeing how suddenly spending like you have endless money would raise quite a few flags for investigation.
I like watching commercials…
Then again, I want to go into marketing so my opinion might be biased.
Any more, used in that context would be two words as opposed to “have to watch commercials anymore”
I could very possibly be wrong, but I’m fairly certain.
Any fellow Grammarians willing to weigh in?
He apparently already learned new techniques to support his heavier head.
There are some good commercials. They’re often drowned out by the bad ones. Superbowl is always great, though~
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