Reunification of Germany

Saw “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” tonight, and it was great. Good writing and humor from the Apatow gang. Make sure to go join in on the debate happening over at 2dopeboyz, which analyzes Mila vs. the blondie. Close call, but I’m partial to brunettes.

There is a theme of a heartbroken Dracula throughout the movie, which made me laugh…. and strangely remind me of one of my favorite scenes from Orange County, starring Colin Hanks. Basically, Shawn Brumder (Hanks) is in a fight with his girlfriend at some Stanford party, and she gets hit on by a guy named Kip (Nat Faxon… the guy from the Bud Light opera commercial, among others). Anyhow, I couldn’t find the clip, so just picture “that guy” at a party trying to impress the girl:

Kip: I’m a Comparative Literature major. I want to be a writer. Fiction, poetry, screenplays, whatever.

I have an idea for a TV show. It’s about vampires…ostensibly. But, underneath, it’s actually about the reunification of Germany…… But it’s funny.

You might have to see it to appreciate it, but it’s one of the lines from movies I quote regularly. I love Kip. And oddly, Forgetting Sarah Marshall is about love and relationships…. ostensibly. But, underneath, it’s actually about a heartbroken Dracula…. But it’s funny.

Go see the movie. And if you want to see a funny mockery of The Hills featuring Mila Kunis from the Writer’s Strike time period…..

The Hills with James Franco and Mila Kunis on


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