This is Chelsea Davison.She does a creepily good impression of Lena Dunham auditioning for Zero Dark Thirty. She is very talented. Definitely the parody voice of this generation, even though in general people who “do voices” for a living are one step above mimes, in our book. But there were some great mimes, like Marcel Marceau, and this is a great impersonation. Just watch.
During last Friday’s Knicks game against the Bulls, owner Jim Dolan ordered audio technicians to secretly tape the forward’s every word, NJ.com reported. Mr. Dolan requested that Mr. Anthony’s every word on the court and on the bench be recorded and sent to him.
The secret directive comes after Mr. Anthony was suspended for getting in a fight with Celtic Kevin Garnett after the Boston player allegedly insulted Mr. Anthony’s wife during a January 7 game at the Garden.
It’s been approximately seven days since the Internet had a flame war with itself over Lena Dunham’s (somewhat inexplicably) polarizing Girls. We guess everyone got tired of complaining about how the show doesn’t realistically portray each viewer’s special-little-snowflake life experience…you know, the way that every other television show does? (God, do we long for the days of those great realistic docudramas about single, successful friends of various ethnic backgrounds and class, like Seinfeld, or Friends, or Sex and the City, or Breaking Bad.)
Also: Nepotism! Emmys! Bah!
Luckily, our drought of Girls criticism is over, thanks to comedians Peter Moses and Frank Cappello. These young men were brave enough to create Boys; a parody of very smart, well-written comedy, which–no joke–is not an easy thing to do. So rats off to ‘ya, boys. Here’s Boys.
If you have not seen The Onion’s latest spoof on Real World/Road Rules/Jersey Shore/any reality show that involves strangers being forced to fight under barbaric conditions (lack of food, overabundance of alcohol, constant camera crews, etc.), then you need to immediately go watch Sex House. Now in its second episode, Sex House plays with the reality TV convention before ramping it up to 11.
And then it gets dark. Real dark.
We Need to Talk About Kevin, Lynne Ramsey‘s adaptation of Lionel Shriver‘s deeply disturbing novel of motherhood and America and school shootings and baby sociopaths (also, eyeballs) is coming out tomorrow in theaters. So far the reviews have been mixed. Some people who have already seen the film like the adaptation (people like Lionel Shriver). Some people did not like it. It’s probably going to come down to a matter of personal taste.
But already there’s a trend that needs to be addressed regarding this film. So can we all be on the same page about the We Need to Talk About Kevin parodies being this year’s Inception parodies? Look, it’s already starting…