"A perfectly silly, genius idea" -- David Letterman

Friday, July 27, 2012

Mark Wahlberg


Attention, movie buffs!  Sneak preview of a blockbuster sequel!


After stuffing the foul-mouthed teddy bear into a bag of used clothing and housewares and donating him to Goodwill, Mark Wahlberg is finally rid of Ted.  But then a piece of old gum on a New York City window ledge comes to life and captivates Mark with fascinating lectures on Technology, Entertainment, and Design.  Here we see Mark shushing the crowd, since the gum doesn't have a mouth and is difficult to hear. 

Ted 2: TED.  In theaters this fall.  (In the extremely unlikely event Universal Pictures sees this, likes it, and rushes it into production.)

14 comments:

  1. You know it suddenty struck me that it might class up the joint a bit if you guys would roll a red carpet out for when the celebs arrive. The way it is now, they have to step in old squashed gum. Show some respect. Alternate scandalous thought: the red carpet would be rolled out only for celebs that DL likes.

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    1. Yet another option: red carpet with dozens of old blackened gum spots.

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  2. FUN FACT: Most "Red Carpets" are in fact "Red Rugs".

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    1. You're ruining what little glamor is left in show business!

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    2. Did you know the first red carpets were used in ancient Rome and they were dyed red by the blood of captured celebrities.

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    3. Yet another FUN FACT: Not all red carpets match the drapes.

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  3. I'm down for Ted 2: TED. You can get some hot undergrads from MIT to play the extras that Mark & the gum will try to hook up with. Sweet :)

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    1. That sounds terrific.

      But I've already moved on to planning "Ted 2: TED 2: Ted 3."

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  4. The Toast in the MachineAugust 1, 2012 at 1:45 PM

    The Ted Offensive...

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  5. Stopping by from Welcome Friday. Looking forward to following you!

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