Sara M: Oh, that's disgusting.
Pamie: This is a Motorola moment, y'all.
Stee: Oh. Oh, my God. This is terrible.
Djb: What is that sound?
Pamie: My cell phone. It makes the television go weird.
Djb: It saw the other cell phones and got jealous.
Stee: I'm really ashamed of this, as a human. Is this a song?
Sara M: It's a Robbie Williams song that she stole.
Stee: She went too far with her nose job. It's too small.
Couch Baron: Average number of words in her songs that she doesn't know the meanings of?
Sara M: Thousand.
Djb: Ten billion billion.
D12 and two of the fuckheads from Good Charlotte come out. The Good Charlotte tools say that if D12 and Good Charlotte got together it would be the greatest music. We don't want to insinuate anything here, but both of them lisp and wear their sad girl make-up as they babble pointlessly about videogame music, which is what they're introducing. It's Best Video Game Soundtrack. Madden NFL 2004 (Electronic Arts). Tony Hawk's Underground (Activision). True Crime, Streets of L.A. (Activision). Need For Speed Underground (Electronic Arts). SSX 3 (Electronic Arts). Wow. That's like giving an award for best mix tape. The D12 guys says, "The award for whatever, goes to..." It's Tony Hawk's Underground. No kidding. Tony Hawk comes out. The kids follow the cue cards and chant "Tony. Tony. Tony." Bam is there and he plugs some bullshit before they all leave the stage.
Stee: Is that Blu Cantrell?
Pamie: She does a song with Robbie Williams. No, that's D12.
Stee: I thought they said Blu Cantrell. Haaangh! Oh, man. D12 should kick the shit out of Good Charlotte. They're fucking idiots.
Couch Baron: These guys are fags.
Stee: Couch Baron called y'all fags!
Sara M: Best Videogame Soundtrack? What?
Pamie: Tony Hawk has to win.
Stee: Tony Hawk.
Djb: I'm going with Pole Position's "Prepare to Qualify." Boop! Boop! Boop! Boooooooop!
Stee: I'm going for Gauntlet's "Red Elf Is About To Die!"
Pamie: Why don't we own the new SSX?
Stee: Because it's on my wish list and nobody bought it for me.
Pamie: C-Cubed [Nickname of Patron Saint of TWoP], where are you?
Couch Baron: Do you think Jessica Simpson learned her songs like Ace of Base did, just phonetically, not understanding the words?
Djb: Your Ace of Base joke just trumped my Was (Not Was) joke.
Stee: Ha! Now Pam has to look up where the parentheses go.
Pamie: I know where they go, fuckers.
Djb: I don't.
Stee: Yeah, you do. Look on your fan club card in your wallet.
Pamie: He's a Was-y.
Stee: Was he?
Couch Baron: Didn't they bill this originally as Nick and Jessica, but as usual there's not a single shot of Nick.
Stee: He was sitting behind Beyoncé's hair. Nick's brother's doing Rent.
Couch Baron: Nick's doing Charmed next year.
Stee: Pam's gotta look that one up too. Everwood.
Pamie: Stop making me look up links!
Stee: You're the one who never watched Buffy.
Djb: Because you were busy watching Lost (2001), Bachelorettes in Alaska?
Couch Baron: Awesome.
Djb: On their way to the Bands on the Run meeting?
Pamie: Stop it! Quit!
Stee: Hey, remember Chains of Love?
Pamie: Stop! No!
Djb: I hope they bring back Angel.
Sara M: Firefly!
Pamie: LA LA LA LA LA LA LA, I can't hear anything on this tape but me singing! LA LA LA LA LA!
Couch Baron: You know what city is not at all close to Miami? Push, Nevada.
Stee: Oh. Oh, my God.
Pamie: You guys are mean. A pox on your recaps.
Stee: Hey, remember when we used to recap sitcoms? Like Friends.
Couch Baron: Oh, yeah!
Pamie: We don't even have those on the site anymore, I'm sure. Here's where in the recap it goes "Open brackets, 'Yes we do.' Dash, Wing Chun. Closed brackets." ["No, we don't. And dammit, if you're going to link to shows, don't forget the italics! I hate all your drunk, pizza-sodden asses!" -- Wing Chun]