Dee Hart is on ESPN2 right now. No questions about Michigan yet.
Hoke was top notch at this aspect of his job.
Thanks for the heads up but man that was a worthless segment.
Totally agree.....glad to know his favorite food is lasagna though that was HUGE
He likes lasagna. And RR, even thought it was never asked.
how he feels about RR's lasagna.
Miss Rita has good lasagna and good dip.
I think Rita's specialty is Manwich, but I could be wrong.
Not as good as Ms. Rita's Famous Nacho Dip
EDIT: Damn, beaten to the punch
That sounds like a place where all the food is smackyomama good. "Hey man, where'd you get those tamales from?" "Miss Rita's."
So he was forthcoming with the information that he likes lasagna without being asked? He must really like his lasagna.
And RR, even though it (the question about RR, or his future, or Dee's commitment) was never asked. Second sentence.
What about turtles?
who doesn't? When I introduce myself to strangers my first words are, "hello, I LOVE LASAGNA!"
Who chose those hard hitting topics? The man likes Avatar and lasagna.
Avatar sucked. There, I said it.
Yeah but...It had...IT HAD A GREAT MESSAGE!
Hey guys! Do you remember Fern Gully? Well we've added copious amounts of 3D action! And tails!
Although we would have also accepted "an edgier, 3D version of Pocahontas".
I knew that movie seemed familiar...
This is amazing haha. You can also do this to what seems like 90% of movies nowadays.
reply that I meant to call the "reply of the week", but I F'd up...
Dances With Wolves
this is what I have been thinking of when trying to explain to my wife why avatar sucked so many balls. I shall print it and shove it in her face! "Take that, honey! Can I have some nookie now? Kthnx."
If I showed a picture of Pocahontus in 3D to my friends she would be boner of the month
no, i don't remember Fern Gully.
James Cameron thought he could revive Kevin Costner's career by taking his last good movie, "Dances With Wolves," and putting it on an alien planet with amazing 3D and computer generated graphics.
Kevin Costner. The guy who plays himself in every movie he's in.
I think you are thinking of Harrison Ford... the actor that has played Han Solo in every movie he's done since 1975. Just a maturing, less cocky, and older, Han Solo through the years.
Han Solo looking for the Holy Grail with 007 while using a whip; Han Solo solving an Omish-Murder; Han Solo as President of the U.S.; Han Solo running from authorities in Chicago while looking for a one-armed man; Han Solo trapped on an island with Ellen's lady-partner; Han Solo sitting on Late Night with David Letterman answering questions about Ally McBeal, etc.
Indeed, Avatar's working title was "Dancing with Smurfs."
It was also an amazing South Park spoof-isode.
"I'm asking questions, Stan!"
I had to upvote you for being willing to admit you've seen Ferngully
Edited to add: What, a lot of you have seen this? Never having seen it, I assumed it was animated piece of crap written to get 8 year olds into movie seats. Mayhap I judged too harshly. Apologies.
Haha, mix in a little Dances With Wolves and your on to something.
edit: Damn Croatia beat me to it, should have finished reading.
Pocohontas in Space...wow that was the best storyline they could come up with...really?
God I hated that movie. Lessons of the movie:
Lesson 1: We're destroying the earth
Lesson 2: The military is a bunch of blood thirsty, trigger happy idiots, that laugh and share beers when innocent lives are ended.
What part of that is inaccurate?
The majority of #2
there were a lot of shiny things and bright colors!
I actually liked that movie. It was not the most original but it was still entertaining. That being said, it was not worth the 300 million plus it took to make the movie.
bank account disagrees.
So I've gathered that he said he likes lasagna..... Is there anyone who can give a quick recap of the interview for those of us that missed it?
To borrow from one Peter Gibbons:
I'm wouldn't say you 'missed' it, spacemanspiff.
Edit: I didn't actually see it, just being a smart ass based on what I've gathered from these other posts.
Furn Gully? I think Avatar was like dancing with the wolfs but in 3D.
More like Ferngully.
If you truly don't know what Ferngully is, I suggest you go out and rent it immediately. You haven't lived until you've seen that movie.......
Obviously I hope he comes to Michigan. Unfortunately if he does, it'll be the last easy interview he gets from the MSM until the NFL Draft.
Does Rita make good Lasagna? This could be crucial to the future success of the program.
Nobody noticed that the highlights of Dee they showed were credited to mgoblog?