The Hulk And Green Lantern are my two of my favorite comic book characters. In a way they kind of reflect the two sides of my personality. The one side of me that just wants to just smash everything, and the other side of me that wants to shine his light on the world for the good of humanity. Welcome to my weekly column. Where I will be choosing two things each week. One I want to smash, and one I want to shine my light on.
Hulk angry again at people who spread rumors, this week. Rumor on internet this week say Hayden Christensen going to be in Star Wars episode VIII. Hulk hate this rumor for two reasons. One, Hulk want people to stop talking about Star Wars. Hulk very excited for episode VII, and not want it spoiled by people who can’t just wait the less than 90 days, until it on big screen. We haven’t even seen episode VII yet, and now people want to spoil episode VIII already? Hulk don’t play that! Two, Hayden Christensen was worst part of episodes I-III. It good thing he play Darth Vader, who Hulk supposed to hate, because Hulk did hate him. Hulk deliver lines better than him. It better be just as ghost and very small part or Hulk may wait for DVD to watch episode VIII. Stop pissing on face of Hulk’s inner child or Hulk will smash.
Well my friend it seems you are a bit of a Green Grump, this week. Can’t say I blame you, it was disappointing enough when they unmasked Vader in Return Of The Jedi, seeing him being such a pussy in three episodes was more than even I could take, my friend. We did have some good news this week, that I am sure you will be just as happy about as I was. The Muppets returned to TV this week, thanks to Bill Prady and Bob Kushell. Bill Prady was the co-creator for The Big Bang Theory, and Bob Kushell is best known for 3rd Rock From The Sun & Anger Management. It was so much fun to see Kermit and the gang on TV again. It did create some controversy though, as some people have labeled it as “vulgar” and “perverted” and have been pressuring ABC to take it off the air. It is done in a mockumentary style, kind of like the hit show The Office, instead of the old variety type show we used to watch as kids. I still found it funny and enjoyed the first episode. It would have been fun to see something in a variety show type format, but I understand why they did it this way. It was done like this more for those of us that are now adults and grew up with them. I don’t see it as “pissing on the face of my inner child”, as you so eloquently put it in reference to the rumors about episode VIII. Mostly because my kid is unimpressed with the Muppets, and she didn’t even watch it with my wife and I. In this age of mind blowing CG in movies and TV, the Muppets probably seem a little lame to this younger generation, and I’m OK with that. More Gonzo for me to enjoy.
Hulk like Gonzo too. He always make Hulk Laugh. People who not like it, can watch another channel. When Crazy Harry going to show up?
I don’t know, but hopefully soon.