I Love the New Millennium

Season 1 Episode 1

2005

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Aired Weekdays 9:00 PM Jun 25, 2008 on VH1
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2005
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2005's pop culture highlights are remembered, including the debut of Dateline NBC's "To Catch a Predator" segments, Jose Canseco's Juiced, March of the Penguins' theatrical release, Kirstie Alley promoting Jenny Craig, 'Runaway Bride' Jennifer Wilbanks, and Martha Stewart's stint in jail.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Brian Unger

    Brian Unger

    Himself

    Guest Star

    David Fickas

    David Fickas

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Gina Gershon

    Gina Gershon

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Angelica Bridges

    Angelica Bridges

    Herself

    Recurring Role

    Carlos Alazraqui

    Carlos Alazraqui

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    Recurring Role

    Chris Jericho

    Chris Jericho

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      • Hal Sparks: (on Pope John Paul II) They have to get a new pope whenever the old one either dies or folds completely in half, and he was on his way to both for a long time.

      • French Stewart: (on Dateline NBC's "To Catch a Predator") They show up bringing wine coolers or something that kids might like to get drunk on. It's, like, the most depressing thing to watch because you always feel bad for the pervs right up to the point you remember, 'Oh, they fondle children. Nevermind.'

      • Greg Fitzsimmons: (on 'Runaway Bride' Jennifer Wilbanks) John Mason, the man left at the altar, still wanted her back at the end of it.
        Ant: He takes her back. Literally, the word chump is written on his forehead. Everybody knows it!
        Bil Dwyer: She seems so honest and real with her giant fly eyes. How could you not marry that woman?

      • Beth Littleford: The video for OK Go's "Here it Goes Again" was so mind-blowing. They're like Cirque du Soleil on treadmills.

      • Ben Lee: A fauxhawk is a mohawk for p***ies.

      • Beth Littleford: (on his explicit voicemails) Bill O'Reilly was vehement in his denials—indignant! He claimed she was making it all up. She, then, produced tapes, and the spin stopped there.

      • Simon Doonan: The whole of America at the beginning of this millennium has been focused on Kirstie Alley's weight.

      • Tom Papa: The whole reason the dollar's plummeting is because people are watching YouTube.

      • Misti Traya: YouTube is like the Wild West of online entertainment.

      • Loni Love: (on Hurricane Katrina) And then, after, they had the telethon.
        Greg Fitzsimmons: And Kanye West looked into the camera and said, "George Bush does not care about black people."
        Michael Ian Black: Kanye kind of nailed it on the head. If Katrina had hit Greenwich, CT, I feel like the government response might've been sharper.

      • Scott Ian: The Pat O'Brien [phone sex] tape is, like, the best thing ever. If I'm ever in a bad mood I can go on the Internet, find that, listen to it, laughing instantly.

      • Chris Booker: [Sudoku] was the new, hipster thing to do. Crosswords? So last year.

      • Bil Dwyer: There's various levels of difficulty to the Sudoku.
        Loni Love: I need the Gentle level.
        Greg Fitzsimmons: You have Gentle, you have Moderate. Then you have Fiendish. And then this one says Just Go F*** Yourself.

      • Chris Jericho: Jose Canseco blew the whistle on the entire Major League Baseball industry. He was the big, evil, bad guy.
        Michael Ian Black: Everybody's like, 'oh, Canseco—you know, Canseco' (crazy finger to head) Turns out everything he said was true.

      • Amy Lee: (on Grizzly Man) The whole time you're watching it you're, like, 'how is this guy not mauled by a bear,' and then in the end, he gets mauled by a bear.

      • Tommy Chong: (on Grizzly Man) You live by the bear, you die by the bear.

      • Michael Ian Black: (on Kirstie Alley's Fat Actress) She was fat, and good for her for getting on TV and saying it.

      • Simon Doonan: When Martha Stewart emerged from jail, my God, the media hoohah. It was like Nelson Mandela getting out of the klink.

      • Jared Fogle: (on Dateline NBC's "To Catch a Predator" segments) These guys continue to fall for it every single time. There must be, like, 100 million episodes of the show, and these guys still come out.

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