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YouTube – We Are Scientists – Chick Lit February 14, 2011

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YouTube – We Are Scientists – Chick Lit.


Lady Gaga – agora sim

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Grammy – bandas e Lady Gaga

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Trailer do filme do Justin Bieber

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Site e Manolo

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My morning jacket – Family Guy [e um nome]

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The song most prominently featured is “Wordless Chorus” from My Morning Jacket’s album, Z. The song that plays during Stan’s “acid trip” sequence (where he is flying) is “Touch Me I’m Going To Scream (Part 2)” from their album Evil Urges. The episode also uses the songs “I’m Amazed”, “Remnants” and “Highly Suspicious” from Evil Urges and “Phone Went West” from At Dawn. The songs “I Will Sing You Songs” and “Mahgeetah” from the album It Still Moves, along with “Wordless Chorus”, are referenced in dialogue.
The robot that says “And #5 feels… alive!” is a reference to the 1986 film Short Circuit, more specifically the final scene from the 1988 sequel Short Circuit 2, when Johnny 5 becomes an American citizen.
The scene where Steve is stabbed in the stomach is a reference to the 2000 film Pay It Forward.
Roger’s groupie disguise, which he calls, “Abbey Road”, is a reference to the character “Penny Lane” from the movie Almost Famous (played by Kate Hudson). Both character’s names are references to The Beatles.
Reference to Enya’s music is made.
Stan’s disguise is also a reference to the lead character, William Miller, from Almost Famous.
The scene where Roger shows his leg to passing motorists is a reference to a famous scene from the film It Happened One Night.

…e um nome:
–> Gretchen Wilson


Os 10 experimentos psicológicos mais antiéticos February 8, 2011

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Os 10 experimentos psicológicos mais antiéticos.