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"I cannot believe that mini mart sold Tantrum. It’s been discontinued for years."

"Will you toss me that bottle?"

Dumb, but we’d totally do this with our friends

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Maybe this show should have been unscripted and/or done all improv style. Because this gif is funnier than last season.

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Alison Brie and Chris Pratt (The Five Year Engagement) Although they were meant to be the supporting couple to Jason Segel and Emily Blunt’s marriage-challenged central lovers, we kinda wish the whole movie had been about the adorable Brie and Pratt and not just because their romance represented the union of our two favorite TV comedies, Community and Parks and Recreation. Whenever they were onscreen, the movie flew by; when they were elsewhere, it felt like it had been going on for five years.
Read more: Year in Review 2012: Favorite Film Performances

Alison Brie and Chris Pratt (The Five Year Engagement)
Although they were meant to be the supporting couple to Jason Segel and Emily Blunt’s marriage-challenged central lovers, we kinda wish the whole movie had been about the adorable Brie and Pratt and not just because their romance represented the union of our two favorite TV comedies, Community and Parks and Recreation. Whenever they were onscreen, the movie flew by; when they were elsewhere, it felt like it had been going on for five years.

Read more: Year in Review 2012: Favorite Film Performances

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The Five Year Engagement (April 27)Starring: Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Alison Brie, Chris PrattDirected by: Nicholas StollerThe Set-Up: A couple’s engagement stretches out to five years thank to life repeatedly getting in the way.Will It Actually Be Funny? Considering that it’s from the writing/directing team that brought us Forgetting Sarah Marshall, we’re going to say yes.Watch the trailer here.
Read more: Winter Preview 2012: Funny Stuff

The Five Year Engagement (April 27)
Starring: Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Alison Brie, Chris Pratt
Directed by: Nicholas Stoller
The Set-Up: A couple’s engagement stretches out to five years thank to life repeatedly getting in the way.
Will It Actually Be Funny? Considering that it’s from the writing/directing team that brought us Forgetting Sarah Marshall, we’re going to say yes.
Watch the trailer here.

Read more: Winter Preview 2012: Funny Stuff