Rob Huebel hosts an online Oscar Party who’s guests include Paul Scheer, Doug Benson, Michael Colton and John Aboud. Here’s their rundown of this years Academy Awards. Click the play button for the funny!
Go ahead… look back at the posts… I SAID “I’m having second thoughts about this brokeback thing…” ANd I was RIGHT…
And then they cut the producer off… OH COOME ON!!!!! She produced the best movie of the year, and beats the Brokeback juggernaut… Oh, man!
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Coincidentally, that’s also the same sound heard at Oscar parties across the country as “Brokeback” fans hit the ground. Hard.
Well, Reese and Ang used almost all of our cliches, but the award has to go to…
Congratulations KReidy and David O… we’ll email you tomorrow and get you your hoodies.
What on Earth was Joaquin Phoenix mouthing when the camera cut to him during the Best Actor segment?
“Remember people… Johnny Cash is dead. So was Ray Charles when Jamie won… I’m just saying… let’s be fair.”
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She was in…
“Fear” starring Marky Mark.
“Little Nicky” starring Adam Sandler, Jon Lovitz, and Kevin Nealon.
And “Overnight Delivery”, which nobody saw but me and Paul Rudd.
Ladies and Gentlemen, the award for best actress goes to… Reese Witherspoon!
He was in…
“The Getaway” starring Alec Baldwin and Kim Bassinger
“Twister” starring Helen Hunt and a bunch of tornados
And “Patch Adams.” You know damn well who starred in that one.
Ladies and Gentlemen, the award for best actor goes to Philip Seymour Hoffman!
Mr. Miyagi kicked off a sub-par In Memoriam this year. There were no guaranteed deceased celebrities to bring the house down– no sure things. Sure, Anne Bancroft got a few cat calls, but nobody really stood out. I was pulling for the underdog, The Guy Who Yelled ‘Get Off My Train’ in “Ghost,” but it just wasn’t his year.
And did anybody else kind of expect them to include paretheses for Chris Penn that read “(you know, Sean’s brother)” to get him more applause?
And finally, the question on everybody’s mind: Where was Don Knotts? Too soon? Apparently.