I thought the main antagonist in the brilliant Earth Worm Jim art, Evil Queen Pulsating Bloated Festering Sweaty Puss-filled Malformed Slug-for-a-butt was playing on insect biology for laughs…
Today I saw an actual queen termite, and…. OMG dude…
Upon the announcement that actress Emma Stone would be cast as the villainous fur fashionista Cruella De Vil in another live action version of Disney’s 101 Dalmatians, you’d think that Disney is making a pre-quel or otherwise aging-down their characters for this iteration. But you’re wrong.
Emma Stone as Cruella De Vil should remind you something about the character: she’s young as fkk.
Stone is only 27.
But so too was Cruella…
Forget I just said that and ask yourself: How old do you think the De Vil character is? 55-65, right? Cuz she’s boney and white haired and such. But no. Her hair isn’t white and half dyed black – it’s who-knows-what-color and dyed black and white as a flamboyant fashion style (because black and white is her favorite. duh). She’s boney and old looking because she smokes heavily and has a fashion model background. In Disney’s animated 101 Dalmations, Cruella De Vil is between 25 and 35 years old.
Mind blowing, right? But it actually shouldn’t be because the movie comes right out and tells you this…
How old do you think Anita is?
Early 20s at the youngest but probably mid to late 20s, right? Probably early 30’s by the time she marries and moves in with Roger (maybe it’s just the setting but while less uptight, she looks a little more mature at that time than when she first met him in the park). Certainly no older than 35 I’m sure you’d agree, yes?
Well… Do you remember how she knows De Vil? Cruella was “an old friend from college”… Not “the mother/aunt/neighbor/professor from someone in college” – but a peer.
Cruella and Anita are the same age…
Chew on that for awhile…
Every moment of this is wonderful. The delightfully absurd context and sexual nature had me rolling as an 8th grader listening to this over and over imagining the family and what it would be like to witness such a situation going down.
“The King’s Breakfast” is a poem by A. A. Milne that was first published in When We Were Very Young, a collection of poetry that also included “Halfway Down the Stairs” and the very first appearance of Winnie the Pooh.
The poem is recited by Twiggy in episode 121 of The Muppet Show, with assistance from King Rupert the Second (as The King), the Queen, and an unnamed cow (as The Alderney).
The sketch marks the debut of The Queen and the first appearance of a cow on The Muppet Show.
Although the cow, which is voiced by Richard Hunt, bears a physical and vocal resemblance to Gladys the Cow from Sesame Street, it is unlikely that she is supposed to be the same character, especially considering that all other Sesame Street cameos (in episodes 102, 318, and 518) are specifically noted as such.
~Via the Muppet Wiki
Everyone loves tiny food and Rick and Morty’s alternate dimension commercials are no exception.