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‘You’re just trying to get it as big as possible’: Capitals do photo day right
Justin Williams and Andre Burakovsky sported matching poofy 'dos.

“I used the hair dryer a little to blow it up and then it was just kind of sitting there by itself,” Burakovsky said of his ‘fro, which rivaled the height of Williams’s ‘do. “You’re just trying to get it as big as possible. When I got it kind of big, I thought, ‘All right this is pretty good.’ It looked stupid.”

Like Jayson Werth and Bryce Harper on Nationals photo day at spring training, Williams and Burakovsky looked a little like Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly’s characters in the movie “Step Brothers.” That wasn’t a coincidence.

“There’s something in that for sure,” Williams said when asked if the duo’s look was inspired by the movie. “Burky’s nickname, sometimes it’s Dale. So, um … there’s a little something to that, yeah.”

Burakovsky was asked if he plans to keep his poofy look.

“No, absolutely not,” the 22-year-old replied.

“His hair looks like that every day, so I didn’t notice much difference,” joked Capitals forward Tom Wilson…

…wait, sometimes Andre gets called Dale?

Nerdist assembled the voice cast of Dragonball Z: Resurrection F to voice their favorite movie scenes as their DBZ characters. Here’s a taste of what happened.

Watch the full hilarious video (including the best version of the INDEPENDENCE DAY speech ever) here.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Best Friends
  • Batman: On the count of three, say your mom's name. Ready? One, two, three.
  • Batman, Superman: MARTHA.
  • Superman: [stomps foot] What?
  • Batman: Did we just become best friends?
  • Superman: Yep!
  • [they high five each other]

I felt a comic strip reference to this scene from the movie Step Brothers was the perfect way to depict how I think Finnick would react to Nick becoming a cop :)


#BigRon Recommends Slackers, Stoners and Losers:

1. The Dude. I mean the guy calls himself ‘The Dude’. He can’t be asked to dress so lives in a dressing gown and spends his time smoking roaches and drinking White Russians. The Ultimate Slacker.

2. “Yo baby, you ever had your asshole licked by a fat man in an overcoat?”. Ladies and Gentlemen I give you Jay & Silent Bob. Kevin Smith’s foul mouthed, drug dealing hetero-life-mates. Two of my favourite movie characters ever.

3. Bill & Ted. Yes they are the future of humanity but without George Carlin they’d be sitting on their arses playing shitty guitar and failing History.

4. Seth Rogen….. Just him, on his own…. in everything. When I see Seth Rogen in a film I don’t see Seth Rogen playing a character I just see him. He’s kind of a lovable Goofbag and a worthy 4th on my all time favourite stoner/slacker/loser list.

5. Brennan & Dale. 40 Year old man boys that live at home with their Parents and spend their days dressing up and misbehaving. “Did we just become best friends?” is a very common quote among my buddies.

6. Cheech and Chong. Dog Shit smoking Stoners that basically created the Stoner Flick Genre - we are forever grateful.

7. Floyd from True Romance. This guy just cracks me up. he is so baked he is barely phased when 3 Mafioso rock up and put a shotgun in his face. Nor can he hear a door that’s being knocked on 3 feet from his head. Brilliant. 

8. Harold & Kumar. They only wanted a fucking burger but they got a lot, lot more than they bargained for. 

9 Van Wilder. Unlike other slackers Van Wilder is hyper intelligent, he just doesn’t give a fuck and really likes College….. well the parties at least. Why else would he stay there for seven years? A top slacker.

10 Wayne & Garth. These guys manage to have highly successful TV Show, have hot girlfriends and manage to put on a kickass concert. Not bad for a couple of Slacker hair metal fans.

Some of my favourite losers in film. Who are yours?

You can find other genre and occasion based recommendations on snappily titled “#BigRonFilmReviews recommendations page”.

Living a Teenage Dream by Lissadiane

Rating: Teen and Up

Word Count: 19862

Rumor has it that Sheriff Stilinkski won’t let his stepson Scott date until his other son Stiles does, so when Allison makes the mistake of falling for Scott, her well-meaning (and dickish) friends hatch a scheme to hire someone to take Stiles to homecoming.

Inspired by 10 Things I Hate About You, with a little hint of Easy A for flavour.