Thank you, gents! Jay would probably be my second choice as well, but his irrational love for Deep Blue Sea (fun yes, but in a "good bad" fun type of way) probably woulda knocked my vote away from him if I weren't already biased.Who Won the 1999 Movie Draft?
I'm with Dan. Jay was a close second for me, but Dylan's pulled the vote in the end.Who Won the 1999 Movie Draft?
Had to go with Nolahn's team. The Sixth Sense, Being John Malkovich, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Mystery Men, Cruel Intentions. That sounds like a great way to spend a weekend. Also, I've never liked Fight Club (sacrilege, I know) so that takes Dylan's list (2nd best of the bunch) out of the running.Who Won the 1999 Movie Draft?
Dan Heaton said:
Dylan takes this one going away! No duds in the bunch. Jay gets an honorable mention for picking Magnolia and putting together a solid group of films.Who Won the 1999 Movie Draft?
Elwood Jones said:
Another busy week of shows to catch up with it looks like and this feature makes it so easy to keep up with whose doing what on the network Have to also say thanks to Lackey for recording two episodes of the MBDS showcase pretty much back to back as we recorded episode #20 on the Friday and then episode #21 the following night. So thanks again for working with the crazy recording schedule.This Week in the LPN 6-30
Shweta Kumar said:
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