Here is a .gif of her two scenes. (Some samples below.)
I don’t know exactly what she is supposed to be (Liza with a Z?), but she’s basically doing it topless, so a thumb up!
From her INSTAGRAM:
From her Instagram:
Many of you remember Tuna, who was the most prolific contributor of images, and the second-most prolific wordsmith during the first 15 years of the Fun House. The back issues of the Fun House contain about a hundred thousand of his collages from about 4,000 films and TV shows (mostly films). For those who are not acquainted with him, it’s high time you met. Although he passed away before the Blu-Ray age, his DVD captures and collages still hold up as some of the best work that has ever appeared on the internet. Enjoy!
None of the six major unbeaten teams lost.
Some of the other ranked teams got exposed as pretenders.
- Oklahoma State had been ranked #9 in the nation. I reckon they were a tad overrated, considering that they were utterly curb-stomped, 48-0, by Kansas State.
- Former #10 Wake Forest received a drubbing of their own, 48-21, against unranked Louisville.
- A few of the teams ranked between 16 and 25 suffered losses, but let’s be honest, those teams are not contenders for the Final Four. They are just hoping for a strong game in the post-season.
- Rutgers watch: LOSS, 31-0. That’s the Rutgers we know and love!
By the way, there will be no bowl games on New Year’s Day this year. It falls on a Sunday, and the NCAA doesn’t compete with the NFL, so the colleges will play the New Year’s bowls on Monday, January 2nd. (The Final Four will play on December 31st.)
The biggest regular-season game of the year is coming next week – #1 Georgia vs #3 Tennessee. It’s kind of a do-or-die game because its a difficult climb back after a loss there. They are both in the same division (East) of the SEC, which means that only one of them can get into the conference championship game, so the one that doesn’t make the conference championship game is unlikely to make the Final Four, even if it suffers a mere one-point loss to the #1 team in the nation. (This is particularly problematic if there are unbeaten teams in the other conferences, and there could be three: TCU, Clemson, and either Ohio State or Michigan.)
Ohio State and Michigan don’t clash until the final game of the regular season. They are in a similar situation to the one I described in the SEC. Ohio State and Michigan are in the same half of the Big Ten, so only one of them can make the conference championship game, even though they clearly seem to be the best teams in the conference.
And apparently Tik Tok as well