Or a bicycle.
That bald bastard can just sit and stare and make me laugh:
PUMPED to be back in action! Remember the time Cory’s dad quit his job?! OH MAN
What if Arrested Development spawned a two-hour documentary where people talked to a camera about how funny they found the show? THAT WOULD BE AWESOME!
And I don’t think it’s even close. 1992, a little band named Nirvana played a song called Lithium in front of a pumped audience. Frontman Kurt Cobain gave a little heart attack to the executives of MTV when he played a bit of the intro to Rape Me before going into Lithium. Krist Novoselic went nuts and threw his guitar up in the air. Watch what happens! This band rocked, plain and simple.
This time he’s on the couch acting out a potential porno based off Sarah Palin. And Thandie Newton’s there too!
Rest easy Chuck fans, your precious show has been saved. NBC announced it’s renewed the beloved Josh Schwartz product for a 13 episode season 3, ensuring fan boys everywhere can stop spending $5 plus tax every day at their local family Subway restaurant. The average-rated hour-long fun fest will return with what will likely be less filler and more story, as the season 2 finale threw a game-changer in the mix when Chuck (Zachary Levi) became a new and improved ‘intersect’ who now knows Kung Fu! Yay!
Congrats Chucksters, and please don’t do this again. Is the show really THAT GOOD? I viewed this like the previous attempts to save the former CBS show Jericho. I just don’t get people pining for more of a show that’s really just an hour of fun and cheesy fluff. It’d be like me starting a campaign to save the cancellation of Yes, Dear. You’ve gotten your second chance, now run with it like Family Guy did. Either get your buddies to start watching, or accept its eventual demise. I’m still waiting for The Critic to get resurrected, again.
Though Happ was disappointed, one can’t argue too much with this pick, seeing as Park dominated nearly every lineup he faced during spring training. Park’s hadn’t had an ERA+ over 100 since 2001 until he reemerged out of the bullpen for the Los Angeles Dodgers last season. Park’s history is fairly terrible, and to put too much stock in March results tends is a faulty strategy, but Happ is there as a good backup should Park crumble once the season begins. For now, Park is the man in the rotation.
The opinion was even-handed, widely-thought, and wrong. Park’s history shouldn’t have been so easily dismissed by me or anyone else. The man sucked for 7+ years, and I threw all that out the window because he mowed down some AAA ballplayers with high jersey numbers for about forty innings worth of pitching.
It ended up being wrong-headed of me, but I’m not the one that matters in the end; the Phillies’ front office is the one that makes the decision down in South Philly. They went with a guy with no history of success on the downside of a bad career over several up and comers who’ve shown their wares down the minors. And they’ve paid for it, as Park’s done as we all should’ve expected. His numbers:
1-1 7.08 ERA 1.69 WHIP
21 Ks 17 BB 5 homers given up
.304 BABIP 5.50 K per 9 IP
He’s been a little unlucky with balls hit into play, but his inability to strike guys out, get the ball over the plate and simultaenously allow a ton of flyballs has led to several pathetic outings. He’s allowed at least four runs in five of his seven starts. He did pitch one gem, allowing just one hit in six innings against the Dodgers on May 12th. However, this was a complete fluke, as his most recent disaster against the Nationals showed when they ran him from the game in the second inning. The Phils won the game, but he served up several softballs and got them in a hole early.
Chan Ho must go. The experiment’s over, and the results are in. It’s failed. Time to eat the cost of his one-year deal and cut him like they did Adam Eaton. The question remains though: who replaces him? I’d go with J.A. Happ, who’s excelled in his role as the long reliever. He should be able to transition back to starter easily enough, as he hasn’t been used as a typical lefty out of the bullpen. In fact, seven of his 12 apperances have been at least two innings.
It’s obvious the Phils know Happ’s not going to stay in the bullpen; may as well move him back now while the getting is good. The Phillies still have plenty of problems in their rotation, and yet sit 20 and 16 halfway through May. With the worst performing rotation in the majors thus far, change can’t hurt.
Remember the time Eric went on the road and wasn’t going to come back?! OH MY WORD
Stop lying to us, Chris. Why do you want to keep your tweeting from Twitter Nation?
The Phillies found a way to upgrade their rotation in Washington D.C., picking up some guy named Barry O. (Via 700 Level)
Or is he replacing Rollins? How fast can he turn the double play? And will he lay off the high cheese?