June 01, 2005

The Return of the King*

(if by "King" you mean a load of the sack of unadulterated crap that is Emilio Estevez)

If THIS isn't a sign of the End of Dayz, I don't know what is.

UPDATE: Okay, maybe this.

Posted by Steve at June 1, 2005 02:50 PM

Why is it the end of dayz to you? I literally can't WAIT. I was always bummed they didn't do an immediate sequel ... so we could see what happened the next day at school. Did they revert to old ways? What happened?? I've played it out in my head many a time, let me tell you. I personally can't wait to see this reunion.

Posted by: red at June 1, 2005 03:18 PM

i.e., none of us can get any work.

Posted by: rbj at June 1, 2005 03:45 PM

Claire's parents get one look at Bender and ship her off to the nuns.

Bender, in turn, goes on to audition for a voice part in a futuristic cartoon series. He eventually gets the part.

Andy shortly discovers steroids, which he manages to keep hidden through most of a brilliant NFL career. However, in the end he is found out, ruined, suffers a violent attack of rage and winds up being chased down the L.A. freeway in a White Bronco by the police.

Allison, meanwhile, has hung on to his letter-jacket patch all this time and funds her retirement by selling it off on E-Bay.

Brian, furious at being the odd-dork out in the original movie, goes off to Navy Flight School to earn some respect. He eventually beats out Tom Cruise for the coveted "Top Gun" award and sends photos of Kelly McGillis to both Claire and Allison with the words "Neener, Neener" written on them.

Yup, ENDLESS possibilities! (And yes, this is a joke....)

Posted by: Robert the LB at June 1, 2005 03:55 PM

Claire's parents sure would ship her off to the nuns with one look at that guy!! I wonder if the nuns would let her eat sushi while in the cloister.

Posted by: red at June 1, 2005 04:04 PM

Heh. Personally, I don't have any particular feelings about Breakfast Club one way or the other. My favorite 80's teen angst flick is Three O'Clock High.

Posted by: Robert the LB at June 1, 2005 04:07 PM

I actually prefer 16 Candles to Breakfast Club myself - but Three O'Clock High was great as well.

Posted by: red at June 1, 2005 04:11 PM
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