Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Betting money on the Lions is always a bad idea

A script that dares to go where so many movies have already gone before.

Detroit Lions Super Bowl Losers

26 Comments:

Blogger Nick said...

Upon researching the history of the NFL, it seems that the Lions and Browns played in a number of championship games in the 1950s ('52-'54, '57) when Detroit was actually a force to be reckoned with. The Lions were an impressive 3-1 in these 4 title games, which would mean that this story takes place in 1954, when the Lions got whomped 54-10 by Cleveland. Of course, the game wasn't called the Super Bowl back then, so that can probably be blamed on the author's ignorance. Otherwise this story isn't all that far-fetched (in terms of the football aspect; the mob stereotyping is another story).

11:03 PM  
Blogger Phillip said...

I love the Animaniacs reference.

11:18 PM  
Blogger Katherine said...

Wow. I love the vivid imagery.

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Blogger Tara said...

I love the kneecaps.

10:46 AM  
Blogger Tara said...

funny, but the tounge is def. not the source of saliva ...
eating a toung would be hard without a toung, but not for the lack of saliva.

11:38 AM  
Blogger Canadian Canuck said...

I'm thinking of an Office style table read like with Michael Scott's movie script.

Oh man that was a terrible terrible script.

11:47 AM  
Blogger Goodgirl said...

Thank you for the Pinkie and the Brain reference. That just made my day!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

yesssss I'm loving the Animaniacs reference too!!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

As soon as I read that line, "What we always do..." I immediately thought, "Try to take over the world!" and then I saw that you thought the same thing. That made my day.

11:35 PM  
Blogger Alden said...

Since when do mobsters shoot out kneecaps? Isn't that what the baseball bats are for?

Oh, wait. I get it. This is his original take on mobsters: they shoot people to threaten them, and only take out the bats when it gets serious. I can see it now: Michael Corleone storming out of the bathroom, the St. Louis Slugger that was disguised as a toilet brush in his hand, and proceeding to pummel the brains out of Sollozzo and McCluskey for twenty minutes, before the getaway car finally shows up.

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Blogger chartonjeremiah said...

Arthur Miller this ain't! This made me laugh.

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Blogger dakiwiboid said...

It's a Louisville Slugger, not a St. Louis Slugger, alden.

11:15 PM  
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The Browns? In the Super Bowl? You have to be kidding me...

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