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Dude, Where's My Car?
Today, as you may well know, is April 20th. To smokers that means 420 day, the unofficial holiday of smokers. We thought it appropriate to honor the holiday with the classic movie Dude, Where's My Car? featuring a young Stifler (Seann William Scott) and Demi Moore's boy toy, Ashton Kutcher.
Also, keep an eye out for an early acting performance by Jennifer Garner as one of the Wilmas.
About Dude, Where's My Car?
Jesse (Ashton Kutcher) and Chester (Seann William Scott) awaken with hangovers and no memory of how they got there. Their house is filled with containers of pudding, and there's an angry message from their twin girlfriends Wilma (Marla Sokoloff) and Wanda (Jennifer Garner) on the answering machine. They emerge from their home to find Jesse's car missing, and with it their girlfriends' one year anniversary presents. This prompts Jesse to ask the film's title question: "Dude, where's my car?"
Battlestar Galactica "Six of One" is episode 4 of the Fourth and last season of the Sci-fi Channels hit show. After Baltar is protected by a religious cult, we see internal conflicts plague both humans and Cylons as issues of faith and loyalty boil to the surface.
Battlestar Galactica opened up its fourth and final season with the episode "He That Believeth in Me." This riveting episode picks up right after the season 3 finally that exposed 4 cylon humans as well as revealed Earth to one of the Galactica crew.
Battlestar Galactica He That Believeth in Me
Season 4 : Episode 1 |43:31 |
A tense standoff is made worse when Starbuck returns from the dead and says she has found Earth
The Monty Python comedy groups last full length movie returns to the feel of the hugely popular BBC TV show. It features small comedy sketches dealing with all of the stages and trials of life. Expect the un-expected. Plenty of religious, vulgar, and sexual humor may offend some groups. There are even musical numbers, but with that same unmistakable brand of Monty Python humor.
Monty Python's Meaning of Life