great show in canada, but when it EVER airs in the US, a lot of things are cut out. also, the network that airs it in the US delays the episodes by what seems like YEARS.
manny had an abortion and they didn`t show us! wtf.
1. My life
2. The best thing ever.
3. One of the hardest sports that is often overlooked.
4. Where you learn to march, play music better(while you march), spin flags, rifles or sabres(if you do color guard), and work together to perform a great show.
5. One large family with lots of incest. Made up of the band, the drum majors, the band director, the colorguard and the, usually very hot, drumline.
6. In marching band you usually participate in the following: competitions, halfime performances, practices, 3 hour bus rides, and parades.
7. Your excuse for not doing homework.
8. Where you also learn leadership, how to work with others, how to have fun, and how to work hard, even if your sick and feel like your going to faint.
9. Your salvation after dealing with all of your other classes every day.
10. Going to band camp.
11. The best thing I ever joined.
"Thinking the show will never work. And then, finally, it comes all together and you have achieved perfection , drumming your hands off and playing your brains out and tossing higher than the sky. A slice of time in a stadium when everyone cheers and your mom cries and pictures get taken and once, just once, you have the world in your hands. And the band marches out of the stadium and down the street, always together whether it's success or not, and you know by the feeling in your hear it doesn't get any better than this. And you know if your director asked you to turn around and "do it just one more time a little better" you would"
I love that quote(or whatever) and that's exactly how you feel in marching band. Anyone who doesn't like marching has never done it.
An FX show about post-9/11 firefighters in New York. Denis Leary plays Tommy, a veteran firefighter who can't seem to move on after splitting up with his wife and the tragedy involving 9/11. It's a great show that combines tragedy with gut-busting laughs. You already know Leary is a funny guy, but he proves to be a talented actor (and writer) as well.
FX has done some great shows; The Shield, Nip/Tuck and now Rescue Me.
|53.||great googly moogly|
A word I once heard spoken by a freaky yellow monster in a childrens show.
Monster: Great googly moogly!
Me: what did that thing just say?
|54.||Full metal Alchemist|
It's actually spelt "Fullmetal Alchemist", but... It's about a boy named Edward Eric who loses his arm and leg while his brother loses his body and gets his soul stuck in a piece of armor.
They then travel to try and find the Philoshiphor's stone.
Extra note: I can spell "Inuyasha" fine. I'm a fan of both series. And I tell you now, stop fighting! Look, none of the plot is better than the other! One's trying to find jewel shards, the other trying to find a stone! They've both got great plot, great characters, great humor. So just... stop it. And try to enjoy both series without comparing or muttering about how one of them sucks because thatjust ruins the experience.
"Fullmetal Alchemist is a great show!"
A great new British TV comedy show, which started on Channel 4 in 2003. It is nothing like the BBC show The Office because it's not in anyway done like a documentary. The show is more similar to Sean Lock's 15 Stories High - but alot of the show is seen through the eyes of the main two characters who share a flat together.
1) Peep Show is funny.
A phrase one uses to show surprise or disbelief. Made famous by Doc Brown in the Back to the Future movies.
"Great Scott!" Doc yelled as he dropped a microwave on his toe.