The actor who carried out the role of quite possibly the coolest film character of all time, Gunnery Sargeant Hartman in "Full Metal Jacket." At the drop of a dime, he could gouge your eyes out and proceed to skullfuck you. Loves the Marine Corps and his country, but can't stand subordinates who are "fucking comedians" or doughboy privates like Vincent D'Onofrio's "Gomer Pyle." For the record, never let the man find a jelly doughnut in your foot locker, for he'll have no reservations in ripping your balls off so that you cannot contaminate the rest of the world.
Ermey has also appeared in films like "Saving Silverman" and "Willard," and hosts his own show on the History Channel entitled "Mail Call."
Lives under the assumption the piles of feces can only be stacked as high as 5'8 inches.
Rumors that Ermey had once been romantically involved with one Mary Jane Rottencrotch are, as of this moment, still unknown to be factual.
"You had best unfuck yourself or I will unscrew your head and SHIT DOWN YOUR NECK!!!"
One of cable television's most popular sports programs, this two-man debate show starring Washington Post columnists Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon can be found on ESPN weekdays at 5:30PM (When not pre-empted by golf, which makes me want to gouge my eyes out).
The beginning of the show entails a rundown of about 5 or 6 top sports headlines which are pretty much the most important articles of the day.
After the first commercial break, they'll spend "Five Good Minutes" with an athlete/coach/sportswriter, who which they'll discuss the very top sports story of the day (if its about golf, I generally take a leak-- get the picture about my sports priorities?).
It is at this juncture that they'll play their weekly "game" like "Food Chain," "Over/Under," or "Toss Up," (which is not really a game, but somehow Tony always wins. Hmmm...) or answer fan mail during "Mail Time" or assume the roles of prominent social figures in "Role Play," or as Tony likes to call it, "heads on sticks."
Finally, they'll note some daily landmarks in sports history and have Stat Boy, Tony Reali, read off the errors that each of the journalists made. At the very end, we have the "Big Finish," where both make rapid-fire comments about stories that did not merit a two-minute segment on the show.
- Tony is a shameless shill for his books, television show, or basically any project that he's attached to. Between random Beano Cook references, you'd most likely find him praising "his boy," former camp counselor-turned-basketball coach Larry Brown. Other times, he'll mention how he takes his son golfing or his alma mater, SUNY Binghamton.
- Wilbon is a Chicago boy who graduated from Northwestern and lives and dies with the Cubs and the Bears, and at one time, Michael Jordan's Bulls of the 1990's. Due to his frustration in the performance of the hometown sports teams, you'll often find that Wilbon has no reservations in suggesting that anybody acting like a "dope" or a "fool" be given a prompt "beatdown," and in more extreme cases, the "Bartman beatdown!" Just as Tony sings the praises of Larry Brown, Wilbon has an infatuation with Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan F. McNabb, who is a Chicago native.
All in all the show is always highly entertaining not just because of the sometimes antagonistic relationship that Kornheiser and Wilbon have, but rather their chemistry and friendship involved.
Wilbon: "Pardon the interruption, but I'm Mike Wilbon; Tony-- you'll never guess who deserves a BEATDOWN today!"
Tony: "Obviously its not going to be Larry Brown, because he coaches 'em up! Maybe its your boy, Donovan F. McNabb?"
Wilbon: "No! Its Bartman, you fool!"
1) When you need scissors, this is the number you cry out when you're having a nervous breakdown. Or, more feasibly, one of the side effects to having a massive computer glitch. (According to "Colonel Campbell" in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, its also common knowledge to react in amazement when the great purple stuffed worm in flapjaw space, with the tuning fork, does a raw blink on Harikari Rock.)
"I need scissors-- 61!!!"
's now-infamous battle cry, screaming at the top of his lungs in responseto the evil deeds of the powerful Klingon leader.
After "The Wrath of Khan" in 1982, the battle cry frequently left the lips of Trekkies worldwide after any life misfortune, from stubbing a toe to crashing a car into an oak tree.
Has made a semi-comeback due to its exposure as a cultural phenomenon on VH1's "I Love The 80's -- 1982."
Surgeon: "Mr. Williamson? I'm terribly sorry, but your mother has died-- there was nothing else we could do for her..."
Mr. Williamson: (Sobbing) "KAHN!!!!!"
1) The hip, new way to confirm something.
2) The sound you make when saying "believe that" quickly and with some moxy.
3) Popularized catchphrase used by the head of Thuggin' & Buggin' Enterprises, Mr. Theodore R. Long.
"Beliedat, playa... holla."
The eccentric lead singer of the heavy metal band Fozzy
. Has garnered a reputation for being somewhat of a prima donna offstage, but his track record of giving amazing performances in front of crowds cannot be discounted. Once, in July 2002, got into a fistfight with a senior citizen on stage and ran away, leaving the geriatric old man to destroying expensive sets of cymbals and guitars. In early 2004, filmed a commercial endorsing the energy drink YJ Stinger
. Heavily rumored to be the same person as WWE wrestler Chris Jericho, but no evidence has proven such a claim up to this point.
"Love me or hate me, daddy-- Moongoose McQueen and Fozzy
are HUGE rock stars!"
one who has a face like a mans testi sack / scrotum.
Oi, bollock face your face looks like a bollock!!!
dave, you bollock face......