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Monday, July 09, 2007

This Better Not Suck

I've avoided reading any reviews, mostly because I was there for it all:

the blackout (when we realized what was going on, me and my friends, quite frankly, went bonkers with glee: "NO ALARMS WORK--IT'S PILLAGING TIME!);

Son of Sam (who scared the living shit out of me, because my sister was a near-perfect example of what seemed to be his demographic "target," and as it played out I was convinced the fucker was gonna cross the V-Z Bridge because Queens and Brooklyn were too hot with cops on a manhunt),

and lordy, the craziest, most absolutely flat-out insane season in Yankee history... until the following year, when, of all people, Bucky "Fucking" Dent tore the hearts out of Red Sox Nation (and reminds all Yankee fans that even though this season has been one big clusterfuck, "It ain't over till it's over!")

The Bronx is Burning

8 comments:

El Jefe said...

Bucky used Mickey Fucking Rivers corked bat!

El Jefe said...

Torturo's ears are WAY too big

I wanna be your boyfriend was a great touch for the first shooting

El Jefe said...

Oh, yeah, BTFUCKINGW,

Billy was from Cali and never had THAT much of a Texas drawl

TC said...

You're right about the ears, and he was overplaying the voice, but dammit, when they get the the "Billy going batshit insane" parts I got a feeling Tuturro's gonna be earning an Emmy nomination.

And looks-wise, the guy they have playing Captain My Captain is frickin' spooky.

TC said...

1977 was the year the Ramones blasted out of Queens. This Pinhead enjoys the shit out of them being featured players for this mini-series' soundtrack!

TC said...

"...blasted out of Queens AND LIT THE FIRE FOR BRITISH PUNK."

(PREVIEW IS YOUR FRIEND, asshole)

El Jefe said...

True that, my friend. If it weren't for Joey, Dee Dee, et al, there'd be no Clash, Sex Pistols, Damned, etc, etc...

TC said...

Don't forget Junkie Johnny; he was the headliner for that tour. Thunders started the whole idea of bands brawling on disc (that the East/West Coast rappers took to murderous heights) when he responded to the Pistols' "New York" with the viciously hysterical "London Boys."

"You poor little puppet.
"