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Final Week Open Thread – Video Edition


We wanted to do something radically different from everybody else, so we thought we’d discuss the most memorable events of 2010.

What were your favorite videos, television shows and other visual events of the year?



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15 Responses

    • Love Carrie Underwood; hate THAT song.
      It’s too sappy. The melody is mediocre. Just, ughhh, everything about it wrong.
      I give it a 27, Dick.

  1. Well, not good at linking, but I just discovered Dexter on Showtime.
    Season one and two are on Netflix and I couldn’t stop.

    A lovable serial killer.
    Oxymoron?
    Not really.

  2. A lovable serial killer?

    • {{sniffs}}

      Every time I watch that clip I get a warm fuzzy feeling

    • Dexter works for Miami Crime unit. He is an expert on blood splatter.
      He only kills bad people. They deserve it.
      He has good reasons and he is meticulous.

      Otherwise he is a very loving and moral person. He just happens to has murderous instincts for good reason.

  3. Top Gear – Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz

    “A star in a reasonably priced car” and interview.

    Tom gets the clown car up on two wheels while rounding the track. Cameron did us Americans proud with her lap times too.

    The interviews.

    The laps.

    • Oops I just noticed this guy had flipped the video so the text and track direction are reversed…lol

    • ha that guy kinda looks like a power ranger

      • He does…lol

        That is….”The Stig”. He gets to time trial supercars and teach celebs how to drive fast.

        While the three hosts get to break things, have goofy competitions, and test drive supercars.

  4. The Bugatti Veyron Mouse

  5. Would you consider a memorial event the sobering up of some O-bots?

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