May 27, 2018
I’m starting to think that a woman’s fat cells are directly producing some kind of “subversive kike” serum. But then I remember that thin women are nearly as bad. So I dunno.
Sometimes, I read about how women need to be put in cages to regulate their behavior, and I’m like “I dunno, that seems a little extreme, tho.”
And then I see shit like this and I’m quickly brought back to my senses.
Sorry, ladies, but there’s just no other way.
The makers of the educational children’s program “Sesame Street” are suing the production company behind comedian Melissa McCarthy’s new R-rated movie co-starring Muppet-like puppets.
In a lawsuit filed Thursday in New York City, Sesame Workshop alleges that “The Happytime Murders” is abusing the famed Muppets’ sterling reputation in its advertisements.
Further, the lawsuit contends the “Sesame Street” brand will be harmed by a just-released movie trailer featuring “explicit, profane, drug-using, misogynistic, violent, copulating and even ejaculating puppets” along with the tagline “NO SESAME. ALL STREET.”
In the film, McCarthy plays a human detective who teams with a puppet partner to investigate grisly puppet murders.
Taking beloved children’s entertainment and turning it into some kind of weird, smutty crap?
Every. Single. Time.
Also: that trailer really makes the movie look terrible.
If this is the footage they use to sell the movie, what unfathomable horrors lie in the full thing?
This fat (and unfunny) comedian is both starring and producing this monstrosity.
When will people learn?
The only time a woman is funny is when she’s getting beaten up.
…and also maybe the voice actresses on Archer.
…but I wouldn’t make that argument to anyone in real life.
Sesame Workshop claims the movie’s use of the tagline could cause “irreparable injury” to the long-running children’s show’s wholesome, kid-friendly brand, the Blast reported, citing the lawsuit.
A judge Friday scheduled a hearing next week to consider a request for immediate relief by Sesame Workshop, which sued for unspecified damages and an order forcing the film to be marketed differently.
STX Productions LLC, the company behind the film, said it was looking forward to introducing its “adorably unapologetic characters” to adult moviegoers this summer in a statement issued in the name of “Fred, Esq.,” a lawyer puppet.
In my heart, there is only one legitimate corruption of Sesame Street.
Ernie and Bert Nazi memes.
Oh, 2013, how I miss you.
The worst part of all is that this film is directed by Muppets creator and famed special effects master Jim Henson’s own son.
Funnily enough, Henson worked on a quite famous film where a son betrayed the legacy of his father in order to ally with a bunch of degenerates.
You might remember it.
It was called Star Wars.
Sadly, elder Henson is no longer alive to cut his son’s hand off for being involved in such a project.
Many other great films too, did elder Henson work upon.
You could do a lot worse than watching The Labyrinth. It’s about a spoiled bitch getting patrolled for two hours and finally falling in line. Best plot.
These are some of the most charming works of physical special effects and surreal storytelling produced by Hollywood.
And now they’re pissing on this whole legacy, not only using Jim Henson’s style, but also his own son, in order to sell this Jew atrocity.
Andrew Anglin contributed to this report.