Jeremy Goodwin:Natalie, listen to me. You've lost a lot of money to me tonight. You're basically gonna be living the rest of your life on a charitable grant from the Jeremy Goodwin Foundation. Take the hundred bucks back and fold.
Jeremy Goodwin:I've got a straight, you've got three sevens.
Natalie Hurley:You don't have a straight.
Jeremy Goodwin:Look at me. I'm not lying to you. I have a straight.
Natalie Hurley:How do you know I don't have a big house?
Jeremy Goodwin:A FULL house. Dan already folded the six you needed, and I have the other one. You don't have a house of any sort, you don't have a pup tent. You've got trip sevens, and I have a straight. I want you to trust me right now. I want you to say to yourself, yeah, I've dated a string of jerks in my life, they were stupid, they were mean to me, but maybe this one's different. Maybe I should take a chance and not adopt the break-up-with-him-before-he-breaks-my-heart strategy. I want you to remember that when I started liking you, I didn't stop liking tennis. And I want you to know that I don't think there's a woman in the world that you need to be threatened by, no matter how glamorous you think she is. But mostly, I want you to trust me, just once, when I tell you that you have three sevens, and I have a straight.
“After years of suing thousands of people for allegedly stealing music via the Internet, the recording industry is set to drop its legal assault as it searches for more effective ways to combat online music piracy.”—Wall Street Journal. Its about time. Party?
“Nickelodeon and Amazon.com have struck a deal to produce DVDs of new and old Nickelodeon shows, through the CreateSpace service. Using a concept similar to print on demand, Amazon will be making the discs, cover art, and disc art themselves. The first and second seasons of Hey Arnold! were released on Amazon’s website on August 29, 2008, each in a four disc set.”
You can find the first Season here. Doug, Rocko’s Modern Life, Clarissa Explains It All, Alex Mack, and Are You Afraid of the Dark? are all on there, too! I want to see Rugrats, Ahh! Real Monsters, and Salute Your Shorts next on their list. They have Pete and Pete, too (the greatest show ever made). That’s kind of old news, though. My bro has the second season, but not the first or third?
The print-on-demand thing is a good idea. I’m going to throw my desire for “Boy Meets World” out there, yes I know it wasn’t on Nickelodeon, but they stopped making the DVDs after season 3 because sales weren’t high enough, sounds like print-on-demand is the perfect solution.