The Fall of Harvey Weinstein


#3824

Giving him a microphone isn’t IMO ‘the right thing.’ I wonder what CK would have to have done to make him unwelcome at the comedy club?


#3825

Fair enough point. But, knowing Louis C.K. it is clear that he’ll be whipped out in front of you, without you asking for it.


#3826

As expected, Lasseter is out at Pixar. I assume he’ll start a new studio and everyone will forget what a gross lech he is.


#3827

#3828

I wonder if he’s related to the famous general?


#3829

Stoneywall Jackson?


#3830

Bravo


#3831

#3832

That is fucking weird


#3833

#3834

I didn’t realize that was the real Kevin Spacey, I thought it was a lookalike making a parody video.

Not really the Christmas gift I was hoping to find under the tree today.


#3835

Wait, this is real? And is that a character he’s playing?


#3836

Well, yes it is really Kevin Spacey. As for real re: the character he was playing (without using the name), he was doing his bit from House of Cards, from where he got the boot … I don’t think he’s coming back.


#3837

Yeah, every indication I have seen is that this was done entirely on his own without the knowledge or approval of Netflix.

Really, it’s just surpassingly strange.


#3838

Meanwhile…


#3839

That was the weirdest, most uncomfortable thing I’ve seen in quite some time. Rich and famous people, I think, lose whatever it is that tethers the rest of us to a social reality. They’re not really human.


#3840

(yes, you should watch that)


#3841

Pfft, user comments disabled. So much for the post-video spooning.


#3842

So that guy… lives under a rock?


#3843

I hate to assume it these days, but I THINK that was satire (the reference to one take and Orson Welles convinced me).