"During a junket interview for Seven Psychopaths (Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, and Colin Farrell) read verbatim dialogue from TLC`s Here Comes Honey Boo Boo. Naturally, Walken took on the role of mama and read about the family`s melted butter and ketchup concoction. But, as hilarious as his straight-faced read is, you`d better redneckognize that Rockwell and Farrell stole the show."
In times past thespians may have brushed up on their acting skills by reciting Shakespeare. But we don`t live in the age of freakin` Shakespeare; we are living in the age of Honey Boo Boo Child and her redneck clan.
There may be something rotten in Denmark, but all is well and fine in McIntyre, Georgia where we have much to learn about the English language, and everything else, from Honey Boo Boo and her countrified clan.
Everybody, not only Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, and Colin Farrrell would be well-advised to recite dialogue from "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo Child." Lindsay Lohan`s IQ would spike simply by reading Honey Boo Boo`s lines.
Take Honey Boo Boo`s pearl of wisdom: Everybody`s a little bit gay. If every minister in America preached from this text it would go a long way to eliminating homophobia. I`m heterosexual, but I redneckognize that I`m a little bit gay; we`re all a little bit gay. There ain`t nothing wrong with being a little bit gay, or all the way gay.
America needs to sit in front of the boob tube, fix a mess of sketti, and watch "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo", and recite the dialogue along with Honey Boo Boo. The Learning Channel provides subtitles for our edification, there`s no excuse not to get with the program.
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