September 11, 2008

*Alan Rickman Alan Rickman Alan Rickman

Hmm. Stupid red shoes. Defective!

So, we're apparently not feeling the funny today.

Points for Round Whatever:

Shank, 2 points for title and context.

Rev. Mike, 1 point for character name.

On to Round Five:

"You gandered at my ward, Johanna. You gandered at her. YES, sir, you gandered!"

Remember, points can be awarded for complete arbitrariness. Did I make that word up? I may have.


Posted by Jennifer at September 11, 2008 02:09 PM | TrackBack


Can't remember the character's name, but Love Actually?

Posted by: Rev. Mike at September 11, 2008 02:52 PM

If Alan Rickman was a word, he would be 'gander'.

Talk about your random homonymy (not a made up word, BTW). But how is it possible that the word gander could mean to stare at, or refer to a goose. WTF, English!? Why do you do that?

Posted by: shank at September 11, 2008 03:46 PM

As an aside:
This new game is better than name that tune, or whatever. I didn't even know the guy's name was Alan Rickman before yesterday. Seriously, when you first posted, I had to IMDB that ass.

The irony is that it seems I know more about the movies starring a guy I couldn't name; than I do about the lyrics to songs I can name.

Posted by: shank at September 11, 2008 03:50 PM

I don't even remember the first time I noticed Alan Rickman by name. It was after "Die Hard" but before (I think) "GalaxyQuest." I was startled to discover later that he had been the villain in DH.

This quote utterly escapes me.

Posted by: McGehee at September 11, 2008 05:06 PM

The correct word is "arbitraritude", Jen.

No clue on this one but this could be a good time to start relating some little known facts about Alan Rickman:

* Alan Rickman can make his face up to 3 inches longer when needed for droll delivery.

* In an emergency an Alan Rickman monologue can be safely substituted for most analgesics and depressants.

Posted by: Jim at September 12, 2008 05:51 AM

Shank, you're looking for "homonym", not "homonymy". Homonymy means "Of or related to the study of grits, or the preparation thereof".

Posted by: Jim at September 12, 2008 05:54 AM

It from Sweeney Todd. Alan Rickman plays Judge Turpin. Amazing film!

Posted by: Alex at September 12, 2008 12:21 PM