Oddly Enough Blog

The unpaid working for the undead?

June 25, 2011

Blog Guy, I really want to get into the movie business. Can you help me out?

I suppose I can pull a few strings and get you an unpaid production assistant job on “World War Z,” that new zombie movie starring Brad Pitt.

Bridesmaid Festival, attendants required?

June 14, 2011

Blog Guy, I have a common problem. I’ve been a bridesmaid in three weddings this year alone, and I don’t know what to do with all my stupid bridesmaid dresses.

When the top brass goes to Europe…

May 28, 2011

Hey Blog Guy, we could use some of your famous travel advice. My brass ensemble is going to Paris, and we….

Then the queen says to this fishmonger…

May 23, 2011

I say, my good man, are you the local fishmonger?

You’ve come to the right plaice, your majesty. I’m the o-fish-al monger!

I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore

May 12, 2011

Blog Guy, I come to you for all my news about the movie industry. I worry that the big stars are demanding so much money these days, Hollywood will just stop making new films. Is that a real possibility?

A sure way to get their attention…

May 2, 2011

We’ve got another fashion show today, Lamar, and money is still very tight. Did you manage to find us a model who works cheap?

Putting in a good word for good words

April 27, 2011

Most of us have favorite words, and it is a very personal choice. We enjoy the images they evoke and the sound that they make.

Getting down with ducks?

April 22, 2011

CHINA/

Citizens, you all know why we’re here. We need to do something about these killer ducks that have been preying on humans. Look, here’s a grisly photo of their latest victim.

And this is from my dumbass collection…

April 7, 2011

Blog Guy, recently you wrote about an upcoming auction where they were going to sell a rare signed photo of the outlaw Jesse James for an expected $20,000 to $30,000. When is that auction?

The best TV crime show on the heir?

April 4, 2011

crime queen this 490

Okay, you know why we’re here. We owe the network one more high-concept police procedural to match our earlier hits, “Police Pope” and “Monkey See, Monkey Blue.”