Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jon Hein is God, Sep 22, 2012.
All of a sudden now this guy's a big deal . . .
I'm not a cougar by any stretch, but there's something about him that drives me bat-shit-crazy with lust.
Ehh.. not a very good show. That Jay Pharoah or whatever his name is (the blaek with the impressions) is very talented, he just needs better material.
He's a great actor.
Love me some JGL. Funny how he was the nerdy kid in that Heath ledger teen movie Ten Things I Hate About You. Now I think he looks like Heath Ledger...but hotter.
That passes for a hunk these days? What's he weigh, 140lbs?
The kid should be delivering my newspaper.
I thought he is gay
I thought the show was pretty bad
I wouldn't say he's a hunk. He's a versatile actor who can appear many different ways, like Johnny Depp.
He does have range. He can be a wimpy sidekick, a wimpy brainiac, or a wimpy disenchanted youth.
No, he's not. He's taken roles in movies where the character is gay, but he's not. He even told The Advocate that he doesn't care if people get this impression. Doesn't bother him.
I guess to some straight people, being perceived as gay isn't the horrible thing most make it out to seem, huh?
I absolutely love him. Didn't know he was on.
3rd Rock was a great show.
He's clearly not gay. He just never dates women and enjoys playing roles as a gay in movies and on TV.
You're just jealous cuz he's rocking that suit!
How you been?
I had a suit that size. I believe I wore it to my 8th grade graduation (just kidding; we didn't have ceremonies for doing what we were supposed to do).
I've been OK. Every day in my current job is filled with people wearing those crazy shoes (from your pic). They don't actually wear the shoes, but I feel that disconnected if you know what I mean.
Here's a better way to explain it: I work in a corporate office with roughly 40 other people. I'm one of two Republicans in the whole place.
Of course the business is failing miserably, and all of the well-intentioned liberals want to have a meeting to discuss how we can better schedule our meetings.
Meanwhile, I get furious that we don't correctly bill our customers (I routinely find $10,000+ billing errors), and our field people are always trying to "break even" on our transactions (as though breaking even was a noble goal in business).
They ask me why I get so upset when we make mistakes. Meanwhile, we're ready to declare bankruptcy.
At least I don't own the company. I'd go completely postal.
Hopefully your practice(s) bill(s) the insurance company when you perform the work. Tough to get paid when you don't send an invoice.
That Magic Mike opening was noice.
Also, yay Mumford and Sons!
wasn't impressed with last night's episode - not impressed at all.
the dude was a funny kid on 3rd rock, its nice a kid actor grew up normally for a change..