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Silence Is Golden…Opportunity for Laughing

Remember when Rowan Atkinson Mr. Bean was featured in the London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony?

Of course, you do! Here’s a refresher because, well, it’s Mr. Bean

(Click Play, then Watch this video on YouTube) 

In the era of social media and 24-hour news, Rowan Atkinson’s famously muted character provides a wonderful lesson in the value–in certain situations–of expressing ourselves with just facial expressions and physical movements, and not saying

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Happy Monday!

Ladies and gentlemen, the following scene from ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’…

is Monday in less than a minute.

Wildly optimistic expectations colliding with stone-cold reality–a winning formula for Lary David’s ornery TV character of the same name–is what defines Mondays.

It just is.

We’re all coming off the high (metaphorical) of the exciting weekend. The day after Sunday and before Tuesday is not fun yet it has to happen.

It just does.

And Larry David the character is here to provide us with laughs as Larry David the writer continues to showcase what life would be like if it were Monday every day of the week.

He (they?) just always will.

Have a Better Week Than Last Week. 

Mr. Bean: The Magical Mute

Comedy lovers everywhere: We finally have the answer to that question…

I have no words.

It’s Not the Catalina Wine Mixer, But…

A sequel to ‘Step Brothers’ doesn’t appear to be happening anytime this century. The popular comedy starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly appears to be a standalone favorite. Is that a good thing? A bad thing?

The debate rages on.

What is happening is a new film called ‘Holmes and Watson’ that stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly, which happens to be a comedy.

Hmmm…

Is ‘Holmes and Watson’ a Step Brothers’ sequel in disguise? Wouldn’t that be exactly what Brennan and Dale would do? Weren’t Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson like brothers in a sense?

Well played, Dragon and Night Hawk, well played.