I Love the New Millennium

Season 1 Episode 1

2000

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Aired Weekdays 9:00 PM Jun 22, 2008 on VH1
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Pop culture from 2000 is highlighted, including the Bush/Gore election fiasco, the debut of Survivor, and Dennis Miller's stint on Monday Night Football.

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  • The 21st Century kicks off with a bang! :D

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    I just like to thank the smart person/people who came up with the brillant idea to parody pop culture by decade! It's a fun and easy way to see things and find out about things that happened in those years, some things that I never realized before! For instance, who thought that a group of African-American, probably Jamaican or Dominican born group of male singers named the Baha Men would win a Grammy for releasing a song called: "Who Let the Dogs Out?" I always thought it was catchy, but to win a Grammy takes a certain amount of skill. I also thought that the Big Mouth Bass had been around for a longer time, but it was only invented in 2000! Of course, with Bush stealing the election in that year as Michael Ian Black said, it feels a lot Longer than eight years! :idea: But still, the humor and irrelevance of the retro-active looks back on pop culture history are nothing short of hilarious, because they are So funny! And that's why I love them so much! :D Enough said, true believers! ;)moreless
Brian Unger

Brian Unger

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Dropkick Murphys

Dropkick Murphys

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Freddy Lockhart

Freddy Lockhart

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Carlos Alazraqui

Carlos Alazraqui

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Chris Jericho

Chris Jericho

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Debbie Matenopoulos

Debbie Matenopoulos

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    • Simon Doonan: [Erin Brockovich] takes the world by storm and just resolves everything with push-up bras and a lot of verve and vigor.

    • Michael Ian Black: (on Dennis Miller's MNF stint) I'm not looking to football for my belly laughs; I'm looking for the guys in high school who used to call me "f**" to get crippled.

    • Hal Sparks: The best thing about Jackass was all the kids that didn't kill themselves watching Beavis & Butt-Head had a second chance.

    • Greg Fitzsimmons: The great thing about Big Mouth Billy Bass is you get two songs, and if you time it right you can f*** him in the mouth.

    • Tom Papa: The main lesson I learned from CSI is, as excited as you will be when you're killing someone, wait to ***** off until you get home.

    • Kathleen Madigan: Cribs was interesting for about three episodes. And then I realized, 'a-ha! Every house, same thing': stripper pole,
      Brad Sherwood: shark tank,
      Freddy Lockhart: Cristal in the fridge,
      Kathleen Madigan: Scarface poster.

    • Michael Ian Black: Speaking nonpartisanly, Al Gore won the vote, and then that f***, Bush, stole it.

    • Ron Jeremy: I thought [Gladiator] was a phenomenal movie. It won Best Picture, too. That's why it was worthy of a satire: Glad-He-Ate-Her. We do that a lot in porn.

    • Amy Lee: ["Who Let the Dogs Out"] won a Grammy? That won a Grammy?

    • Dee Snider: "Who Let the Dogs Out?" is about guys going to a club and only ugly girls being there.

    • Rachel Quaintance: (on Survivor) I don't like being outdoors, so to be able to sit in my home and watch other people suffer was really, really fantastic for me.

    • Michael Ian Black: (on Dude, Where's My Car?) Hal [Sparks], Seann William Scott, Ashton Kutcher—that's an all-star team right there. That's varsity level—at a bad school, but still varsity level.

    • Jo Koy: (pretending to be TiVo) 'Yeah, you like Three's Company, well I also recorded Square Pegs. You're welcome.'

    • Hal Sparks: I have what's called "CSI panic," 'cause I'm afraid a team of people will come in with blue lights and go over my house and find out what a disgusting bastard I am.

    • Dee Snider: (on Big Mouth Billy Bass) I don't know how anybody made it out of the store with one of these. It's old by the time you get to the cash register.

    • Kevin Weisman: (on TiVo) I put my name in there, just to track my residuals. Is that sad?

    • Jake Fogelnest: Dude, Where's My Car? is like a Cheech and Chong movie, without the benefit of Cheech and Chong.

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