The Washington Redskins of the MLB. In spite of the team's large market and payroll, they continue to spend money like the Redskins on washed-up players and young talent who end up suffering major injuries or defect. The Mets, like the Redskins, should make the playoffs but never will until decent management is put in charge.
"The Mets spent the second most this off-season and look great on paper...but they'll still finish 5th behind Philadelphia..."
The middle and misplaced Ewing son from the shows "Dallas" and "Knots Landing". Gary was artistically inclined and favored by his mother Miss Ellie while being bullied by older brother J.R. and disowned by father Jock. Gary ended up running away a few times from his home and his wife Valeen before finally settling down @ Knots Landing with the help of his brother Bobby and Miss Ellie. Gary rarely returned to Dallas on account of J.R. and his new troubles @ Knots Landing.
"Gary never fit in on "Dallas" but blossomed on "Knots Landing" with Valeen.
A television series that ran on CBS from 1978 until 1991. The series focused on the Ewing Oil and the disfunctional Ewing family. The main characters were Jock Ewing, who was the patriarch of the family and the founder of Ewing Oil, his wife Miss Ellie, who was bred on SouthFork Ranch, and their three sons: J.R., Gary, and Bobby. J.R. was the main villian, who had tendencies of greed, deception, and pure evil. He was bred by his father to be an Oil man. His younger brother Gary was more artistically inclined and was favored by Ellie, but on account of his sensitive attributes he was driven away by J.R. and his father. Bobby was the youngest and the "good-guy" who competed with J.R. over Ewing Oil and also took care of the ranch. Other characters include Pamela Barnes-Ewing, Bobby's wife and the daughter of Willard "Digger" Barnes, who was Jock's former partner and friend, and Cliff Barnes, the son who vows revenges against the Ewing family for his father's losses and also contends with J.R. for power. The show has the all-time favorite cliff-hanger: "Who Shot J.R.?"
Dallas was a great show, though Knots Landing was kind of boring. It's too bad Gary didn't stick around on Dallas and kick J.R.'s ass.
A car that tends to be popular among men over 40 and gay men. Generally when a young guy has to impress people with his convertible, he is most likely impressing men.
Lance: "Man Jake, did you see me in my new convertible...that shit is tiiight.."
Jake: "Yeah man....."