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    [–] Pre Backlash 2017 Discussion Thread SuPeRfLyKiD3 1 points ago in SquaredCircle

    I'm pulling for them, but you're right in that The Usos have been fantastic as well. Can't really go wrong either way as far as the result for this match.

    [–] Pre Backlash 2017 Discussion Thread SuPeRfLyKiD3 28 points ago in SquaredCircle

    Man, I'm really pulling for Beeezango hard tonight. They've been so great recently.

    DAY ONE IS H

    [–] Not Another Teen Movie (2001) is one of my favorite guilty pleasure movies-- a satire on 80s & 90s coming-of-age movies that introduced us to Chris Evans SuPeRfLyKiD3 1 points ago in movies

    That's great, thank you so much for sharing. This was obviously at the beginning of Chris's career, but did you see any signs at that time that indicated how big of a star he would eventually become? Do you guys still keep in touch?

    [–] Not Another Teen Movie (2001) is one of my favorite guilty pleasure movies-- a satire on 80s & 90s coming-of-age movies that introduced us to Chris Evans SuPeRfLyKiD3 2 points ago in movies

    Joel, THANK YOU for giving us this film as it certainly resonates with me as my favorite spoof/comedy and never gets old after 15+ years. It was made in an era where we had a lot of poorly done spoof movies, but I've always considered this and Scary Movie as the standard of that era.

    I mentioned to Mike earlier that my favorite part of the movie is the Easter Eggs that you guys have (Anthony Michael Dining Hall, Spicoli TV Repair Shop, Max Capacity 2 Adolescent Adults in the airvent, etc.) What's your favorite hidden reference that you put in the film and what was the overall experience like filming this movie? Any fun stories?

    Thanks again.

    [–] Not Another Teen Movie (2001) is one of my favorite guilty pleasure movies-- a satire on 80s & 90s coming-of-age movies that introduced us to Chris Evans SuPeRfLyKiD3 282 points ago in movies

    Very cool. My favorite part of the movie is all of the Easter Egg references. I recently watched it again the other day and just realized the "Spicoli TV Repair Shop" in the background when Ricky is crossing the street. The Anthony Michael Dining Hall is another great one.

    [–] Not Another Teen Movie (2001) is one of my favorite guilty pleasure movies-- a satire on 80s & 90s coming-of-age movies that introduced us to Chris Evans SuPeRfLyKiD3 538 points ago in movies

    So cool that you're on here and were able to see this. More than 15 years later and my brother and I still consider this one of our favorite comedies/spoof movies.

    Chris Evans obviously went onto become a big star in the Marvel world and other movies, but what was he like working with on this movie so early on in his career?

    Also, how much research went into re-watching some of the older movies that you guys spoof? I remember hearing that the Wayans brothers watched thousands of hours worth of horror movies just to get the material for Scary Movie.

    Thank you so much for providing us with this hidden treasure of a film.

    [–] What Actor has the best crying scene from a movie/tv show? SuPeRfLyKiD3 2 points ago in AskReddit

    More recently, but that scene with Betty Gabriel after she unplugs the phone in "Get Out" is the creepiest crying scene I've watched in a while.

    [–] John Cena is not excited after AJ Styles kicked out of the Super AA SuPeRfLyKiD3 26 points ago in SquaredCircle

    Agreed. The whole story of this match was Cena attempting to hit the Super AA and when he finally does and it doesn't end AJ, he doesn't know what to do.

    [–] Shawn Michaels shows the crowd how gay he is SuPeRfLyKiD3 54 points ago in SquaredCircle

    I'm glad he eventually turned his life around, but I'd be lying if drunk/pilled out/high HBK wasn't one of the most entertaining characters of that era.

    [–] Does anybody else think that the intro to Finn Balor's theme kind of takes away the... pop he could get? SuPeRfLyKiD3 14 points ago * (lasted edited 20 days ago) in SquaredCircle

    Honestly, I think what's killing Balor from getting any pop is that he's just not that interesting of a character.

    [–] Post SmackDown Live Discussion Thread - May 2nd 2017 SuPeRfLyKiD3 4 points ago in SquaredCircle

    "That's Jay-walking. And Jimmy-walking!"

    Fashion Police are so good.

    [–] WWE should do a show on the Network about food and fitness regimens. SuPeRfLyKiD3 1 points ago in SquaredCircle

    Obviously can't say if he's clean or not, but Jinder does a great job on his Snapchat showing his gym and meal regiment. I've gotten some good food tips from him.

    [–] Ok enough of this Axe is Evil Bull$hit. SuPeRfLyKiD3 7 points ago in Billions

    Axe definitely has evil qualities to him, which is tied to his "Survive at all costs" mentality. What he did to Donnie in Season 1 would be an example of this.

    [–] Seth Rollins hasn't had an entertaining feud since Dean Ambrose and John Cena in 2015 SuPeRfLyKiD3 3 points ago in SquaredCircle

    Rollins was such a damn good chicken-shit heel when he broke The Shield up that I'm afraid he'll never be able to get as over as he was as a face. They had one chance to do the turn and that was when he returned at Extreme Rules and took Reigns out. They messed that up and he's been struggling ever since.

    [–] I don't understand Taylor's moral system. SuPeRfLyKiD3 12 points ago in Billions

    I think that's the point of the advancement of her character. She started out with high morals, but she's slowly descending into the cut-throat mentality at Axe Capital.

    [–] Post Smackdown 4/25/2017 Discussion Thread SuPeRfLyKiD3 4 points ago in SquaredCircle

    Has a tag team ever had 3 different gimmicks as fast as Primo and Epico have had?

    [–] Bobby's Shaky Backstory SuPeRfLyKiD3 2 points ago in Billions

    I think it boils down to what the root of the argument was, which was Wendy. Lara has always had it out for Wendy and feels threatened by her because of her proximity to Axe. Axe trusts Wendy, has for years, and needs her counsel in order to function as a successful businessman. She's a key cog in the development and day-to-day operations at Axe Capital. There's no harm in that, even though Lara doesn't like it.

    Did Axe mess up by not being up front with Lara about Wendy being the one who set the terms not to talk? Absolutely. But in my opinion, it was a petty argument by Lara to begin with and I think Axe realized that. He just went too far with it by lying.

    [–] Bobby's Shaky Backstory SuPeRfLyKiD3 3 points ago in Billions

    I thought when Decker was being questioned in the "Short Squeeze" episode in season 1, that gave the best insight to Axe as a person. He's not just a billionaire who flies around in private jets and has fancy material items. He's essentially a nation state with an endless supply of information, resources, and contacts. He doesn't need to search for the information because it just falls onto him.

    Decker goes into saying that he or no one else could ever be like Axe because it takes Benedictine Monk-like qualities to deal with what he has to deal with.

    Axe may have his flaws, but I think what we see with his marriage and clean-cut lifestyle is what we get. He's always been loyal to Lara, loves his kids, and remains loyal to those close to him.