It was a dark and stormy night, deep inside the M5 laboratory, when mad scientist Grant Imahara tweeted the fateful words: Thus ends a verrry long day in the shop. Last weekend before I deliver the robot skeleton… Finally. It. Speaks.
Then today, Grant added: Robot skeleton mechanical assembly finally complete. It’s all software from here! Believe it or not, that’s the easy part…
And the Robot Skeleton Army turned a watchful eye to San Francisco, knowing that in a mere week, sidekick Geoff Petersen will arrive at the Late Late Show. (Cue dramatic music) Dun-dun-duuuuuuuuuuuuuun!
Craig was online today, learning the ups and downs of retweeting. He sent this in the afternoon: RT @BuzzMohawk: @CraigyFerg CBS cares, but basketball sucks. Then followed it later with a clarification: Eek. RT’d anti basketball tweet by accident. I actually rather enjoy it. Esp march madness which means a few extra days off.
Late Saturday, Craig re-tweeted a quote from Dirk Weems, the ESPN-UK football analyst character from many sketches: Back in the Chokey. Began hearing by telling judge you can’t spell “manslaughter” without “laughter.” Things got pretty Tazer-y after that.
Could Craig be behind the Dirk Weems tweets himself, cleverly throwing us off the track by re-tweeting himself as CraigyFerg? Or could @DirkWeems be someone else entirely? The plot thickens. (More dramatic music) Dun-dun-duuuuuuuuuuuuhn! Dramatic days in the hollowed out volcano, to be sure.
Craig also talked about his movie, How To Train Your Dragon, which has already grossed more than 43 million dollars in its first three days: Dragon movie made a gazillion dollars. I get a whopping 0% of the grosses. Don’t care. I love that film. It looks like a lot of people did.
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