I Love the New Millennium

Season 1 Episode 1

2007

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Aired Weekdays 9:00 PM Jun 26, 2008 on VH1
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Pop culture from 2007 is remembered, including the iPhone's release, FOX's Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?, Michael Vick's dogfighting ring, and the GEICO cavemen.

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    Michael Shulman

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    • QUOTES (21)

      • Hal Sparks: (on 300) You know how they say, 'you are what you eat?' Apparently, the Spartans ate nothing but gay weightlifters.

      • Donnell Rawlings: Having an iPhone is like having a big penis. You just want to pull it out and play with it for no reason.

      • Beth Littleford: Amy Winehouse and her song, "Rehab"—it's full of irony.

      • Greg Fitzsimmons: I would wear 'guyliner'. Honestly, I don't have any hang-ups about it. But I'd be afraid of the smearing after I cried when people started calling me a f**.

      • John Aboud: The Beckhams arrived in America, and the entire country, as one, rose up in indifference.
        Rachel Quaintance: I don't know of anybody that truly cared that they were moving to America, and yet for some reason, there it was on my television.

      • Ant: (on the Bourne trilogy) How can you have amnesia and be a CIA assassin? Like, don't you forget, like, all your training, too? I never understand that.

      • Gilbert Gottfried: What should be done is [Michael Vick] should be covered in pastrami and put in a pit with Rottweilers.

      • John Aboud: I remember—this is going back a ways—
        Michael Colton: 2007?
        John Aboud: I remember when Daughtry had a first name.

      • Tommy Chong: I'm not smarter than a 5th grader; I've smoked more dope than a 5th grader.

      • Michael Colton: Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? was a better show than what FOX originally wanted to do, Are You Stronger than a Retard?.

      • Hal Sparks: How do you break the word "umbrella" up into five syllables? I'm fairy certain that if I met Rhianna I wouldn't be allowed anywhere near her umbrella, much less underneath it.

      • John Aboud: (on Lisa Nowak) In 2007, America's innocence was shattered when we all discovered that astronauts can be bat-**** crazy.

      • Perez Hilton: After 50 long years of avoiding the issue, advice columnist Dear Abby said, quote, "it's okay to be gay." Thanks, Abby. Because you said so, I can finally start f***ing men.

      • Greg Fitzsimmons: (on Don Imus' "nappy-headed hos" remark) Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson just showed up with giant spoons and just started stirrin'.

      • Loni Love: [Amy Winehouse]'s, like, a buck-oh-five, but she sing like a 300-pound black woman.

      • Wil Wheaton: (on Transformers) Normally, I would be really offended at something that's so transparently marketed to children. As one of those children, 'Thank you, please do it again!'

      • Michael Ian Black: I'm going to say something that might be controversial about the GEICO caveman commercials. I honestly think they're funny.

      • Gilbert Gottfried: (on 300) I'm looking at sweaty, naked men. Boy, I'm a real he-man.

      • Hal Sparks: (on the iPhone) I think it's the most useful thing in the world. Like, this and a Swiss Army knife—if you fell back in time, you could rule the Earth.

      • John Aboud: You know, in a typical movie you have chase scenes. Bourne Ultimatum took that idea, but removed all the other parts that were not chase scenes.

      • Greg Fitzsimmons: I think Drew Carey was the perfect choice to take over for Bob Barker, 'cause who else could you find who's that famous and has that few other options?

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      • Commenting on astronaut Lisa Nowak's murder plot, John Aboud snarks, "Houston, we have a crazy bítch," playing on the tagline, "Houston, we have a problem," from Ron Howard's 1995 film, Apollo 13.

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