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#SavePenguinsFromBaldwins: The Mary Sue’s Favorite Comments of the Week

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Oh, TMS commenters. You know how to keep us laughing even in the darkest of days (seriously, it’s so cold and dark outside.)

Even though The Hunger Games has been the top-grossing film in America two years in a row, Alex Callahan knows how Hollywood works.

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After Anthony Mackie said some not-so-awesome things about women – like that their role is to “make daddy a sandwich,” Jack Creed wondered, “How the hell is he supposed to eat a sandwich with his foot so firmly shoved in his mouth?”

In the midst of all that Adam Baldwin nonsense, Ben Gerondale suggested banning him from “all locations that are not Antarctica.” But Duckduck very wisely warned, “What about the penguins?” #SavePenguinsFromBaldwins!

Some guys who really didn’t know what they were doing irreversibly damaged the King Tut statue. It was so slapstick ridiculous that it should be a sitcom; or, as tredlow imagined, “s03e11 of Breaking Beard: On his first day as museum janitor, Roger broke a piece of a valuable exhibit. Meanwhile, Maddie and Steve crashes a high school reunion.”

Krystal C. demonstrates the fate of anyone who tries to avoid reading or watching the infamous tampon scene from 50 Shades of Grey:

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The wonderful, beautiful, adorable Chris Pratt and Chris Evans made a public bet for charity over who wins the Superbowl. Or, as JustPlainSomething put it, “The true catalyst for Civil War.”

In this post about the only promotional art for the lost Joss Whedon Wonder Woman film, I asked, “Is there a universe in which both this movie and Firefly season two exist?” J. Koby responded, “Yes, but it’s also entirely made of shrimp.”

You win this round, commenters.

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Sam Maggs is a writer and televisioner, currently hailing from the Kingdom of the North (Toronto). Her first book, THE FANGIRL'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY will be out soon from Quirk Books. Sam’s parents saw Star Wars: A New Hope 24 times when it first came out, so none of this is really her fault.