Thursday, June 25, 2009

that is NOT New Jersey

In the middle of watching Transformers 2:

After a scene where a hanger door from the Smithsonian leads to an airplane graveyard:

Mr. P (whispers): Exactly HOW did they get to Davis-Monthan? That is in Tuscon.

Then a few minutes later:

Mr. P (louder whisper) : That is NOT New Jersey.

DUDE, you have NO problems with the alien robots...but the locales not fitting with reality are a sticking point?????

By the by, love the Transformers.


Fatinah said...

mr. P cracks me up as much as you do!

Anonymous said...

I had no idea there even was a Transformers II...I've never even seen the first one..


Anonymous said...


Alice said...

hee... i'm sort of with mr p, actually. if you're going to have a movie that requires SUCH stringent suspension of disbelief, they've got to help you along A LITTLE by making the parts believable that can be believable ;-)

Not Your Aunt Bea said...

He is funny. I like that he catches stuff like that in movies.

kilax said...

LOL. That is one of those movies where you have to turn off that portion of the brain!

This post made me laugh - Did your husband comment on that?

Hotch Potchery said...

kilax: Interestingly, NO, he didn't seem to have any problems with the hotness, or the ever plump lips fully glossed.

creative kerfuffle said...

rofl. i like that he picks up on stuff like that, too funny. the hubs would have recognized davis monthan too--they were stationed around there before they moved to germany, where we met.

Astarte said...

My kids do the same thing!!! They'll be watching some cartoon and complain that something or other doesn't make sense, and I'll say, 'oh, so talking ducks and undersea colonies of karate-chopping social sea creatures are normal, but a BACKWARDS TIE is too much?' helloooo?

TBA said...

but then didn't you yourself point out that they probably wouldn't let people just sit right next to the pyramids?

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