I Love the New Millennium

Season 1 Episode 1

2004

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Aired Weekdays 9:00 PM Jun 25, 2008 on VH1
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The world of pop culture in 2004 is highlighted, including the Boston Red Sox finally winning a World Series, the teens of Laguna Beach, Ken Jennings' Jeopardy! winning streak, and Uggs becoming must-have footwear.

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    Chris Jericho

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      • Michael Colton: Kabbalah's like Scientology, but with a Jewy center.

      • Michael Ian Black: [Jim McGreevey] called himself, "a gay American," and I was glad he did because he said he's gay, and I thought, 'oh, he's Canadian.' But, no, turns out you can also be from this country. I hadn't known.

      • Constantine Maroulis: [William Hung] sold more records than me—s**thead.

      • Jo Koy: (on Dance Dance Revolution) I was in Tokyo. That's where I first saw the game, and I remember saying to myself, "this is something we will never do in America."

      • Rich Eisen: I was there the night Janet showed her starburst nipple ring, and I'm proud to say it.

      • Brad Sherwood: [Dance Dance Revolution]'s really not attractive, and most people that do it are pudgy, fat men that don't know they're gay yet.

      • Regan Burns: (as Burger King ad exec on The King's revival) 'Let's not do anything—I don't know—fun. Let's do our best to scare to living crap out of our customers.'

      • Danica McKellar: He's Just Not That Into You—it's truly speaking the obvious to women who need to hear it.

      • Rachel Quaintance: (on Uggs) It was almost like a fashion designer sat down and was, like, 'What joke can I play on America?'

      • Luis Guzman: (on Janet Jackson's Super Bowl nipple exposure) Anywhere else in the world people would be, 'Yeah! I love that!' you know? And over here it's like (gasp).

      • Marianne Sierk: I'm really ashamed that I watch [Laguna Beach]. I'm just gonna say that.

      • Lonny Ross: (on Super Size Me) Morgan Spurlock might have been overdramatizing his situation, but it made for a good movie. It kind of wouldn't work if the movie was, like, he's eating McDonalds all the time, and he's, like, 'It's delicious. I feel great!'

      • Michael Ian Black: I had never heard of Kabbalah until Esther started prac—I'm sorry, Madonna—started practicing it.

      • Ant: (on Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings) He tried to be funny—as funny as a really nerdy, geek, smart guy could be.

      • Chris Jericho: (on Justin Timberlake crying on Punk'd) The chicks thought he was sensitive at that point. If they showed me on camera crying, no one would ever talk to me again.

      • Jo Koy: Twenty-five years ago it was fun to make fun of Asians and go, "ahso, ahso, ahso," and then right when we get right there—where we just start to get accepted by society—here comes William Hung.

      • Michael Ian Black: (on The Da Vinci Code controversy) So when you say He was just some dude who married a prostitute, I guess people get upset.

      • Loni Love: Because of Madonna, all these other stars started joining Kabbalah. You had Britney, Ashton. Evidently it didn't help Britney, 'cause she's still runnin' around drunk with no panties.

      • Michael Ian Black: (on Uggs) It's like putting your foot in a sheep.

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