Sheed is completely dominating

One of these days I’m going to do a live blog of an episode of Tyler Perry’s House of Payne. I don’t feel like it’s a good sign when a network needs to advertise that a show is “very funny.”

More Stones thoughts in the comments as I think of them.

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6 Responses to “Sheed is completely dominating”

  1. Pat Says:

    tbs uses the “very funny” advertising for all their sitcoms, not just the tyler perry show. i think they aren’t speficially saying the show is very funny but they say “tbs, very funny”.

    Sheed is a blocking machine.

    Stuckey is the man.

  2. sloan Says:

    i like that flip is still willing to play the bench.

    does tbs have other comedies? maybe this is just the only they promote during the NBA.

    and i was referring to marv calling it “very funny.” it sounded pretty forced from him.

  3. sloan Says:

    reggie evans is the kind of guy you like to have around on your own team and hate when they play against you. he’s obnoxious.

    i really like willie green.

  4. zachary Says:

    sheed is terrible. nice layup, garnett, duncan, shaq, howard, amare, pau, dirk, ilgauskus, would have hit that.

    they have the bill engvall show.

    they say its the “#1 sitcom of all time” i think friends and sienfeld had better ratings in their day. m*a*s*h* too.

    i love this song for the dockers commerical, “california soul” who sings that?

  5. matt Says:

    wtf

    that was horrible. when the pistons can’t pull away for over a quarter, you can’t expect them to win in the end. I thought some rest would help them, but i guess it only weakened chauncy’s legs so he couldn’t hit a free throw or a layup.

  6. sloan Says:

    I just wrote another post about this, but I think the biggest problem is that we put ourselves in these situations where we have to make dramatic plays that we can’t always make because we refuse put teams away. It’s like pathological denial, this constant sense we can turn it on and off, despite proving over and over that we can’t.

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