Episode 81: We Have No Catch Phrases or Funny Lines

In homage to the new ABC show, FlashForward, we blackout for one hour and thirty-seven minutes. That means we have no idea what happened during episode 81 of The Scope. But it’s a good possibility the show covers the second part of the North Shore Trivia Contest of ’09, the aforementioned FlashForward, and maybe some healthcare talk. Why?  We’re socially-conscious, even while passed out.

Finally, because you were wondering, we did see our futures in the blackout. And you know what? In six months, we’ll all be watching season seven of the now-classic sitcom, Girlfriends, on DVD. Very sad. Very true.

3 Stars – FlashForward – ABC Thursday 8/7c

Scope Sounds:
“The Way You Talk” – Schaffer The Darklord

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3 Comments on “Episode 81: We Have No Catch Phrases or Funny Lines”
  1. Steve said:
    September 29th, 2009 9:10 PM

    Great show guys. Just wanted to give a heads up, the cop in Parks and Recreation is a comedian named Louis (louie) C.K. He was a writing partner of Chris Rock for many years and is in the new movie The Invention of Lying. He plays Ricky Gervais’ best friend. I like Ricky Gervais myself but was not completely sold on the movie until I saw a clip with Louis C.K. in it. Funny guy. Keep up the good work guys and Happy Birthday J.

  2. Adam said:
    September 30th, 2009 10:21 AM

    I love Louis CK as much as the next guy, but Lucky Louie was just so terrible.

  3. Steve said:
    October 7th, 2009 6:11 AM

    I have not seen Lucky Louie so I cannot comment on it, but I did see the Invention of Lying this past weekend. It had its moments, but was not a great movie. It took a turn I was not expecting it to and unfortunately had the obligatory boy trying to get girl B plot. I don’t regret having seen it, but I am not in a hurry to see it again in any form and could not recommend it to anyon either, unless you really like Ricky Gervais and want to see Rob Lowe call him a dumpy queer.