Good morning, open captioners! I hope you've managed to avoid contracting a case of the Mondays thus far. If not, I suggest participating in today's contest. It may not cure your first-day-of-the-week disease, but it sure will help mine! Selfishness aside, here are the winners from Friday's contest:
Nancy: "Do you like my new cookie recipe?"
Silas: "What? No weed this time?"
Nancy: "No. I've been learning to cook with Walter White."
Silas: "They'll give you medical grade opiates if you just push the button."
Nancy: "I'm a traditionalist."
Gift Wrap: $5 dollars.
Ribbon: $2 dollars.
Sitting in a children's hospital room as your grown mother wraps hash cookies for the school bake sale while recovering from a gun shot wound: Epic.
Hey, it's a new show! And it stars Eric McCormack and Rachael Leigh Cook—two blasts from the past that I, for one, have no problem inviting back into my consciousness. Even though the world doesn't really need another procedural, this one has potential to be interesting: McCormack plays Dr. Daniel Pierce, a neuroscientist who's brilliant at breaking down human behavior—and who the FBI has hired to help solve crime cases. The gimmick, of course, is that he's also a paranoid schizophrenic. Nothing can go wrong! In the still below, FBI agent Kate Moretti (Cook) approaches Dr. Pierce as he chills—A Beautiful Mind-style—on a university park bench. Post your best caption ideas in the comments!
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