Friday, April 15, 2011

Zero To Funny In Two Minutes - Today's Friday Funny



Watch and Laugh Out Loud.

One of the best 2 minutes on TV -- today's  Friday Funny, Courtesy of The Mayor of Crazy Town, my first and my forever Canadian Bloggy Crush.

She is the best. She's been busy with life, and I miss her. Now, click and watch...you won't regret it.

Love you, T.

34 comments:

  1. I don't know the Mayor of Crazy Town. I am supposed to huh? Off to read...

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  2. Dammit. I can't read "I think we're alone now" without hearing Tiffany singing in my head.
    Damn you woman.

    But girl, I so needed this. When I first saw Jordan walking down the hall I thought you were trying to send me a not so subtle message. Then Carla, oh Carla.

    You made my morning. Thank you.

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  3. I'm laughing and crying all at once. Yesterday, I showered for the first time in days and all my husband could say to me without getting his head ripped off was "Honey you look beautiful. Why don't you go and have a relaxing shower"...jerk.
    But I did get a massage yesterday.
    Thanks Empress, you know I love you hard.

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  4. I needed this today. I've needed this for the past 3 weeks. I'm gonna go watch it again now. Thanks!

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  5. That's the funniest show ever.

    EVER.

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  6. Thanks for the laugh. Hubs and I watched it together this morning. :)

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  7. i remember when I first saw this and I lost it. It was last year (I only watch this show in re-runs, sad to say).

    I strive to be Jordan to all women. That is what I want. To be Jordan to all the Carlas.

    happy sighs and this clip.

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  8. hehe thanks for the laughs...so how was the birthday???

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  9. Look how happy you make everyone! Don't you love that? Hope the bday was a blast!

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  10. If. You. Talk. Again. I'm. Going. To. Eat. You.

    Poetry. Sheer poetry.

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  11. If. You. Talk. Again. I'm. Going. To. Eat. You.

    Poetry. Sheer poetry.

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  12. "If you talk again I'm going to eat you!" bahahahaha

    Thanks for a laugh to start my morning off great. Wish I'd watched this when I was postpartum, then maybe I would have seen what was happening.

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  13. I love this clip. Thanks for posting so I could start my day off right :)

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  14. Love this and wish it had been there when my PPD set in.

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  15. Her entrance and the last line are awesome! What a great clip about PPD.

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  16. Love it - wish I had seen something like this 7 years ago!! Funny, the clip made me feel like I was watching Greys Anatomy...

    Have a great weekend, love!

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  17. I love this clip, my fave? the poor hubs' face as his wife says she feels like throwing the baby out the window.

    Priceless. So happy you guys had a good laugh.

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  18. That was great!!! BTW, does postpartum depression last for 29 years, if you don't get help? I'm thinking it might. LOL!

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  19. O.k., now it's like you're in my head. Scrubs? Best show ever. I LOVE THIS SHOW. It's like a sickness.

    I feel like we're in sync. [Also, possibly, 'NSync.]

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  20. I remember this from when it originally aired. Good stuff.

    Hope you have a great weekend!

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  21. When I watch Scrubs reruns I always think HOW COME I NEVER WATCHED THIS WHEN IT WAS ON THE AIR?

    Such a funny show.

    "You have no lines in this play."

    Hilarious.

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  22. When she walks down the hallway, it is a sight to behold. I love Scrubs.
    Happy weekend, A!

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  23. I love that one of the signs that Carla needs help is that she's holding....

    A job application to the Gap - Bah!

    This is awesome. So are you. And Scrubs. Scrubs is awesome, too.

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  24. OMG that's how I felt the second time around. Too funny!!!

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  25. That was awesome. I've never seen a single episode of Scrubs before (I KNOW!) but since it's on TV all the time, I'll make it a point to watch. Because this? Hysterical.

    Thanks, Empress. Hope you are enjoying the weekend. XOXO

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  26. I finally got a chance to watch the video and its great! So funny when the husband is gasping because she wants to throw the baby out of the window! I remember saying that once in front of my family and they all stopped talking and stared at me. Its funny now but at the time embarassing.
    I'm glad this was on tv. A lot of women might have been helped.

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  27. Why didn't you ever tell me to watch this before?

    Hilarious.

    Candace

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  28. I LOVE Christa Miller. She's my idol.

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  29. Jordan tells it like it is! And Turk's reaction is why we never say those things out loud! Love the sisterhood of motherhood!

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  30. I freaking miss that show - it was so silly (and went downhill so quickly when they switched networks).

    Peter Gabriel's version of "Book of Love" seems to only play when it's really, unbelievably dusty in the room I'm in.

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  31. You have no lines in this play.

    My husband better get prepared to hear those words for a long, long time. I am a Scrubs fanatic, so have seen this before but my GOD did I just laugh out loud so bad as she was walking down the hall.

    Thank you Empress xoxoxo

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