Fred Savage is Having Trouble With Judge Reinhold's Balls
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Fred Savage is Having Trouble With Judge Reinhold's Balls

By Scott Beggs | Pajiba Love | April 1, 2014 | Comments ()


You’re not safe right now. You think you are, but you’re not. Because there’s an animated movie out there poisoning children’s minds and promoting a radical liberal agenda. Shrek the Third must be stopped. (Film School Rejects)

What happened when Fox Mulder swapped bodies with a guy from Spinal Tap? An incredibly cynical episode of The X-Files. (FSR)

Speaking of sheer, absolute terror, Denzel Washington understands that trading bodies with someone was no happy business. (FSR)

Mustache March is over, but there’s still plenty of time to slap a goatee on someone to turn them evil. (FSR)

It’s a scientific fact that a man getting hit in the testicles by a sporting implement is consistently funny. The mystery that remains is whether its funnier to see Judge Reinhold get pummeled in the downstairs while knowing that it’s actually Fred Savage inside Judge Reinhold’s body. (FSR)

If you do plan on swapping bodies with someone, Lindsey Lohan totes has some advice for you. (FSR)

Trading faces is smarter because Nic Cage has done it, and it’s proven to be safe. (FSR)

Buffy is a big fan of clean living. (FSR)

Somewhere along the way, John Cusack went from being an incredible interesting actor to being whatever the hell is going on now. Seriously. What the hell was Must Love Dogs even about? This investigation is vital. (FSR)

If were ever a movie more deserving of in-depth trivia, it’s one where Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman change bodies and learn valuable life lessons. (FSR)

George Burns was a certified baller. (FSR)

Have you ever noticed that Big is really creepy? As in statutory style creepy? And we all pretty much just gloss over it while laughing about how tiny corn is impossible to eat. (FSR)

Scott Beggs is the managing editor of Pajiba.

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