|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-03-21 |
Well, the commercial just goes ahead and spoils the episode for you. Unless the actual climax is Mr. Belvedere chasing the pedo down.
|TheSurgeon - 2008-03-21 |
This is turning into an unsettling spontaneous theme weekend, and I'll all out of whiskey.
|cognitivedissonance - 2008-03-21 |
The character of Lynn Belvedere was originally created by Gwen Davenport in her 1947 novel, Belvedere. The following year, the title character was portrayed by Clifton Webb in the film Sitting Pretty. Webb's performance earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. Sitting Pretty told the story of an arrogant genius who answers an employment ad for a baby sitter for three bratty kids. He accepts such employment because he is secretly writing a novel about a community filled with gossips and busybodies. Clifton Webb reprised his role as Mr. Belvedere in two more movies, Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949) and Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell (1951).
(I did) :D
|Frank Rizzo - 2008-03-22 |
awesome description ever.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-03-22 |
yay, you found it! :D :D :D
After this they all drink cocoa and make jokes at the end to make the kid happy again. It has the happiest ending ever for a molestation story ever.
|Maggot Brain - 2008-03-22 |
Christ, did everyone in who was in a 80's sitcoms get molested? No wonder why so many of them have troubled adulthoods.
|Enjoy - 2008-03-22 |
To my knowledge, Seinfeld is the only sitcom that didn't stop at one point to have a Serious Moment (TM).
The end of the episode where George's fiancee dies?
Of course, that was just a lead in to again showing what a prick George is over the credits.
|baleen - 2008-03-22 |
The appropriate response of any father when a son says he has been molested is to laugh.
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