Blah blah Carlton and Marlowe are getting married THIS WEEK. OMG that’s so soon. Of course the Chief and Juliet will hesitantly join Marlowe’s bachelorette party with Marlowe’s ex-cellmate Big Wendy. Shawn, Gus, and Woody kidnap Lassie for his bachelor party on a party bus driven by Henry. Some idiot not-really friend of Lassie’s is there too and he hooks up with a hooker with a dong. Buzz is moonlighting as a stripper but the Chief is too drunk. Marlowe is having second thoughts while Lassie catches a bad guy. Bad guy is an accountant for the mob and mob guy (dude from Dumb and Dumber?) kidnaps Marlowe. Both escape and after some more back and forth mob boss get arrested at the wedding while the accountant was officiating. Shawn gives Juliet his jacket after the wedding and she finds a clue that leads her to believe Shawn really isn’t psychic. He says falling in love with her wasn’t part of the plan but he really does love her. She throws her drink in his face and walks off. Gus, looking on, sees this and ends his call with his woman because he knows his main man is in trouble and needs some advice. Scene cuts to black.
Notes: Can’t wait for the next episode. Maggie Lawson is beautiful and I want to marry her. Didn’t notice the pineapple in this episode b/c I was playing The Show while watching so I’ll have to watch it again later.
By David Roher
In case you haven’t been hanging around the benighted corners of the political internet lately, there’s an idiotic backlash afoot against Nate Silver, the proprietor of the FiveThirtyEight blog who made his name as one of the sharpest baseball analysts around.
With the election just a few days away, analysis based on state poll aggregation—Silver’s included—suggests that Barack Obama is a heavy favorite against Mitt Romney. The president holds a slight but strong lead in key electoral states. This doesn’t sit well with many political pundits, who insist that the outcome is anyone’s guess and headed down to the wire. Many of these people have directed their anger toward Silver, whose New York Times-hosted blog has predicted a strong probability of an Obama victory since June. They insist he is biased or sloppy in his methodology, even though they seem unaware of how he makes his predictions and of statistical analysis in general. They say—and I’m not kidding—he’s too gay for this sort of work.
In retrospect, we should’ve seen it coming. It was only a matter of time before the war on expertise spilled over into the cells of Nate Silver’s spreadsheets. In fact, in some ways it had already. Turns out that nothing could have prepared Silver better for the slings and arrows of a surly and willfully obtuse pundit class than working on the fringes of sportswriting over the past decade.
professional sportsball match with the texas executioners and the chicago bears. #sports (Taken with instagram)
Sitting in the truck at the tailgate. It’s too hot outside! (Taken with instagram)
Doing manly car shit. Fixed my headlight too so @raytona18 will quit bitching (Taken with instagram)