"Abort mission! Chowder has been compromised! He has fallen in love with the dummy!"
Regarding Chowder once again: "Okay, I seriously love this kid! Don't get me wrong, back in elementary and middle school I would've done everything to aviod him, but that's why I love him. We all knew a kid like this, and if you didn't, that's because you probably were that kid!"
Il Neige's spot on performance as Film Brain is both funny and awesome. That takes skill.
And creepy...that smile could scare paint off a wall.
Since the protagonist is boring compared to the sheer badassery of Samuel L. Jackson, he's just called "that guy."
(after Kenan Thompson's character's "flight experience" is limited to a flight simulation game) "Next up, you'll see how Call of Duty inspires douchebags to join the military."
For Pokemonth, where he spends all of October 2013 watching and reviewing every movie in the franchise...
Pokemon 3: As he addresses how by the time the third movie had come out, most of the fanbase had started hitting puberty and had moved on to other things, particularly Harry Potter, a kid shown reading a book has a thought balloon first of a sexy Misty cosplayer, and then of Emma Watson.
Il Neige, accurately summarizing how it felt to be in high school or in late elementary school when Eragon came out:
And our teachers would not let us forget it! Seriously, if you were still in school when this came out, at every possible turn, there'd always be some administrator telling us 'See, kids! With a little hard work, and if you're imaginative, and your parents own a publishing company, you too can be successful! Just like Christopher Paolini!' Which, to the average insecure teenager battling puberty, sounded like: (Il Neige suddenly acts incredibly disgusted) 'What have you done with your life?'"
"OH, I SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE!"
When Eragon gets his ass handed to him by Brom, You suck