In a RoboCop rocket suit, genius inventor and cuddly global weapons dealer Robert Downey Jr wages his own war on terror, cracking wise
through the comical crash-bash action.
One day people are up in arms about a misfiring Amul ad making fun of Ishant Sharma, the next day they're cracking wise
at the misery of a man who lost his grandmother and father to terrorists.
WHETHER HE'S CRACKING WISE
as host of The Soup or as vain ex-lawyer Jeff Winger on the wacky community college-set sitcom Community, now in its fourth season on NBC (which is available on DVD in May), Joel McHale looks good enough to be mistaken for gay.
Other comics cracking wise
tonight include Ross Noble at The Alexandra Theatre and Jimmy Carr at Warwick Arts Centre.
"It'll come back as a Lexus," said Norm Maxwell, a forestry technician for the Bureau of Land Management's Eugene District, cracking wise
before driving away with the car's remains.
He was consistently hilarious, vicious, vitriolic, and even ambitious but in Last Words, for the very first time in my weed-addled memory, George Carlin isAudare I say itAupoignant.AaAfter having spent almost a half-century cracking wise
on politics, morality, religion, psychology, AoWurds, Werds, WordsAo and AostuffAo, in his final book for the first time George turns his uniquely interrogative eye on himself and offers a sustained look at his own extraordinary life.
Even though Timmy's now cracking wise
in the commentary box instead of cracking up on Centre Court, the British public still love Wimbledon.
The hat is on, the whip is out, there are artefacts to be found and Indy is cracking wise
. But just five minutes and one nuclear bomb later, this isn't quite the Indy we remember.