Really though...Wolverine has ridiculous hair.
You know those situations where you have to do something but then when you go to do it you realize that it might be kinda awkward to do it in the present company so you get all in your head about wheter or not it's a weird or inappropriate thing to do but eventually you do it and then you just spend the rest of the day worrying about if someone thinks you were a jerk and trying to figure out how awkward it actually was? Yeah.
I was seriously thinking 'bout hiding the receiver, when the switch broke cuz it's old.
When you venture into the occult, you never know what you'll find. Sometimes the answers from beyond are too complex for us simple mortals to comprehend.
Flashback: PoliceCat '04. Ok, there are a number of things to explain about this sketch. First, it is the last from the "old sketches to put up while Berg's computer is in the shop" series. Secondly, it was filmed about 2 weeks after moving to Los Angeles in 2004, and so we had no furniture. Thirdly, it was conceived of and "written" by Matt Carey. He was also in charge of wardrobe. What we're trying to say is just watch this sketch with a WHOLE lot of suspension of disbelief. And never trust anyone when they say "I'll handle the costume."
General George S. Patton inspires the troops. A special sketch for Memorial Day.
ANYONE can do that.
You're a regular Merrill Lynch.
The White Army tries out their new and improved espionage tactics. It's the Cold War, but made of plastic.
The White Army has a stranger in its house. And no idea how to get it out.