Mary Arline (queen_of_kithia) wrote,
Mary Arline

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Sit down, YouTube, we need to talk.

Now listen to me, and try to understand me: Just because I'm interested in Muppets Most Wanted DOES NOT MEAN that I'm interested in watching videos of Ricky Gervais. I am interested in watching his interviews if AND ONLY IF he happens to be talking about Muppets.

Now, I understand why you were confused, because I DID watch two Muppets Most Wanted-related videos that either included or consisted entirely of interviews with Ricky Gervais. Thereafter, I watched 13 videos in a row pertaining to Ty Burrell, some more than once, and searched for videos using the search terms "Ty Burrell" and "D23", from which you jumped to the OBVIOUS conclusion that the human being in Muppets Most Wanted that I'm most interested in is Ricky Gervais.

Maybe I was too subtle about it, but in actuality, the human being in Muppets Most Wanted that I'm most interested in is Ty Burrell. After that, it's Tina Fey, Tom Hiddleston, Hobo Joe, all the puppeteers, the craft services guy, the foley artist, the entire lighting crew, the folks in VFX who erase all the arm rods...and THEN Ricky Gervais. Got it? Good.

Oh also, since I have you here: Just because I like Sesame Street DOES NOT MEAN that I like inane shows like Barney. I only like kids' shows that are smart and funny. Thank you.
Tags: films, idiocy, television
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