so this new hbo show girls that everyone is talking about? i remember when it was called danglezz: 5 years ago. to wit:

i’m losing the hunger games, but on the plus side, i’m winning the fatty games.

two birds, both stoned.

mormons, red hair, star trek, renaissance festival–somehow, i don’t think these are mutually exclusive.

i’m still trying to locate james franco.

i just hope men who play the saxophone show this much enthusiasm in bed.

i need to attend this buddhist class, “what to do when people annoy you”. just think, “how would i feel this moment if i were high?”.

my cousin just googled “a website about your mom’s last name”. it’s funny because it’s not a yo momma joke.

the 90s were all about bush. all kinds.

biology has totally messed up a woman’s free will. men are such a pain in the ass, and they’re so gross; and yet, why are we so attracted to them?

corgi, weiner or herder.

it’s sad when new york has to use an interspecies fictional couple to promote family values.

i want some park ranger-inspired clothing. actually, i think prada makes clothes like this.

too bad we are plagued by this thing called laziness and poverty.

twin testicles.

artificial intelligence: no longer chasing the human dream.

In 1995, P.M. Dawn returned with Jesus Wept, which received strong reviews but weak sales. Dearest Christian, I’m So Very Sorry for Bringing You Here. Love, Dad followed in 1998.

A motivational speaker named Val Kilmer (played by Val Kilmer) delivers a sermon at a roller rink.

disclaimer: unfortunately, we didn’t make up the last three but hope to utter some variation of these lines on our tv show one day.