Meanwhile, in Korea…

a group of Korean students are learning the more (ahem) colourful parts of the English language [not safe for work; swearing]. My friend David Matte, who lives in Korea, should consider teaching a Master Class in English swearing and charge top won for it.

By the way, you should buy some prints from David so he can buy a new Nikon.

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A Game of “Guess Who?” with Samuel L. Jackson

It would probably go something like this:

Samuel L. Jackson on the other side of a "Guess Who?" game: "Does he look like a bitch?"

Yes, you’ll need to have seen the Milton-Bradley boardgame “Guess Who?” and this scene from the Quentin Tarantino flick Pulp Fiction to be in on the joke:


“Yippie Ki Yay…”

In an earlier article, I wrote about the cleaned-for-TV version of Samuel Jackson’s famous in the movie Snakes on a Plane. Here’s an even better-known line – Bruce Willis’ battle cry from the Die Hard movie series – as edited for prime-time television audiences:

You have to keep in mind that there is no character or concept in the movie named “Mr. Falcon”; the words seems to have been picked randomly. He might as well have said “major factor”, “motor fixer” or even “mojito freezepop”.

(And whoever did the voice rework did a terrible Bruce Willis impression. He sounds more like a young John Travolta saying “Yippee ki yay, Mr. Kotter.”)

For reference, here’s the non-Bowdlerized version:

Inventive as the attempt to come up with a prime-time TV-friendly substitute for “motherfucker” in Die Hard 2 is, it doesn’t hit the creative new heights achieved in this clean-up of The Usual Suspects’ “lineup scene”:

I think it might’ve worked better had they simply bleeped those words out.

Once again, in the name of completeness, here’s the unedited version: