I Love the New Millennium

Season 1 Episode 1

2006

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Aired Weekdays 9:00 PM Jun 26, 2008 on VH1
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2006
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The pop culture of 2006 is recognized, with bits on the release of Borat, Daniel Craig's debut as the new James Bond, Dick Cheney's hunting accident, and James Blunt and Daniel Powter's radio dominance.

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    Gina Gershon

    Gina Gershon

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    Vanessa Carlton

    Vanessa Carlton

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    Luenell

    Luenell

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    Recurring Role

    Lonny Ross

    Lonny Ross

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    OK Go

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      • Michael Ian Black: (on Pink's "Stupid Girls") I'm glad somebody is saying to these girls, 'You're idiots. You're just morons and retards and idiots and whores.' I'm glad somebody is saying that so that it's not just me.

      • Simon Doonan: I would rather jump in a river of boiling snot than wear a pair of Crocs. They're f***ed up, and I beg the people of America to stop wearing them.

      • Brad Sherwood: (on Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat) Anyone that's willing to allow the sweaty private parts of an obese, hairy man to get that close to their face just to make people laugh is truly a comic god.

      • Greg Fitzsimmons: (on 24) Me and my wife go through marathons. We just put the kids to bed early and then we sit there until blood is running out of our eyes. I'll just wear Pampers. I'll take a dump on the couch; I'm not getting up.

      • Michael Colton: Man, in 2006 the hits keep comin'. You had "You're Beautiful"—James Blunt. Then "Bad Day"—Daniel Powter. And then I shot myself.

      • Greg Fitzsimmons: (on 24) Jack can't drop a deuce without gettin' Chloe on the phone.

      • Jake Fogelnest: You know what would be a good day? A day where I don't have to hear "Bad Day".

      • Gilbert Gottfried: Is Rachael Ray annoying? Let's put it this way—she's more annoying than I am.

      • Jake Fogelnest: (on Little Miss Sunshine) You got an adorable little girl doing stripper moves to Rick James, you got yourself an Oscar. 'Nuff said.

      • Beth Littleford: (on Little Miss Sunshine) Abigail Breslin appeals to the chubby little girl in all of us, and Alan Arkin appeals to the crotchity, foul-mouthed, heroin addict in all of us.

      • Michael Ian Black: If anybody was surprised that a member of 'N Sync could be gay, there's something wrong with that person, and nothing wrong with Lance Bass.

      • The Donnas' Allison: I wonder if [James Blunt] sings ["You're Beautiful"] to girls.
        The Donnas' Brett: Gross!
        The Donnas' Allison: I bet he does.

      • Michael Ian Black: (on "You're Beautiful") I actually bought the James Blunt album because I liked the song so much. Does that make me gay?

      • Stuart Scott: (on Dick Cheney shotgunning his friend) You know that you got power when you accidentally shoot your buddy, and then he apologizes to you.

      • Michael Ian Black: People were legitimately outraged that Daniel Craig did not have dark hair, and he was going to play James Bond.

      • Shanna Moakler: (on Fergie's "London Bridge") I'm thinkin' it's about her panties goin' down, right? Or am I just a big pervert?

      • Lonny Ross: "London Bridge"—Fergalicious. It's catchy—kinda dumb.

      • Simon Doonan: (on Dreamgirls) It's too nelly for me. I'm sorry, it's too fa**y. I couldn't—no. But the hairdos were good.

      • Bil Dwyer: Lot of people are buying Crocs for their kids, which is a great thing to do if you want your kid to be a jackass when he grows up.

      • Jake Fogelnest: MySpace is a great way for young teenage girls to get in touch with me after they've seen me on VH1. Is that creepy?

      • John Aboud: On July 28, 2006, Mel Gibson was pulled over for drunken driving—and then the fun started.

      • OK Go: Borat was an awesome movie, but it's been so sullied by, like, every human being who has to then do an imitation of Borat for six months straight thereafter.

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