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Mila Kunis vs. Topher Grace



As you have realized, this is Mila Kunis week. no shit.




this photo is for you Cara!



anyway, I wanted to wax on why I became a Mila Kunis fan. It's not like I jumped on the bandwagon after Black Swan although it really helped matters. seriously helped matters.

in high school, I watched a lottt of That 70s Show. in fact, I was surprised to say it became one of my favorite shows in that time period. not necessarily the smartest sitcom, but it was fun and the chemistry made it work. plus, the writing! (note to you, the Turners are the team also behind 3rd Rock From the Sun).

my favorite character was easily JACKIE. why?
- she was a bitch
- she was a bitch
- she was a bitch

I'm easy. behold:

her attitude and demeanor were what got me. she was shallow and seemingly stupid (although not really) so I fell in love. DONNA, YOU LUMBERJACK.

now flash forward to the last season of That 70s Show, when both Ashton Kutcher and Topher Grace, the two draws of the show, left. Leaving behind everybody else and some new guy who sucked. I can understand Ashton leaving; at that time he was becoming a superstar/Demi Moore's chewtoy. but Topher Grace? whose big reason for leaving was TO MOVE ONTO GREATER AND BETTER THINGS?

wiry Topher Grace! what a douchebag! where are these greater and better things, Mr. Grace? have they ever came your way? Win a Date With Tad Hamilton?

Meanwhile, Mila STUCK with the show until it was kicked off the air and look at her now! she's making out with Natalie Portman? e tu, Topher?

the lesson to be learned here is never let your ego get that big that you think you're too great for what made you a star. last time I saw Topher? he was on previews for a movie that looked like a cross between Nick and Norah and The Hangover.

great things indeed! Team Jackie bitches!


Comments

  1. hahaha I laughed quite a bit at the BURN.

    So was "Win a date with Tad Hamilton set in West Virginia?"

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  2. I realize my quotes were off. I wrote the title as.......
    "Win a date with Tad Hamilton set in West Virginia?"

    Now that would be a movie worth seeing. As long as it did not have Topher Grace.
    burn

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  3. Topher filmed Spider Man 3.

    Mila may have made out with Natalie..but her role in Black Swan was nothing.

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  4. I never saw Spiderman 3 but I asked my brother
    and he has nothing positive to say about it so I will trust his judgment.

    "Pussy McGee."
    I wish I could just transcribe everything he said!

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