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Steven Seagal, LAWMAN
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sarahcross
Apparently Steven Seagal is not just a professional badass--he's also a Deputy Sheriff. And he has a new reality show starting December 2nd on A&E, called STEVEN SEAGAL, LAWMAN.

From what I can tell, it's kind of like COPS, starring Seagal.


(Thanks to caer_swan for bringing this to my attention. ♥)

Yes, Virginia, Xmas is coming early this year. Santa is bringing you a stocking full of kick-ass.

I became a Seagal fan kind of late. When I was a kid, for some reason I felt like you either had to be a Seagal fan or a Van Damme fan, like a Mac vs. PC or Marvel vs. DC kind of deal for action heroes, and I was firmly in the Van Damme camp. But I have made up for those lost years with enthusiasm.

Who but Seagal could deliver the line "Whose hotdog is this?" with such badassity & panache, making it an instant quotable classic?? (In the bar scene in Out for Justice, Seagal is messing around behind the bar, pissing off the patrons, and, totally randomly, picks up a hotdog and tosses it into some guy's beer, saying, "Whose hotdog is this?" It's awesome. You can check it out in this clip at around the 2:24 minute mark; just know that the clip is chock-full of BAD LANGUAGE. That warning's for you, kids.)

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I am glad I could bring a ray of ass-kicking light to your night. XD

I am also glad you did not compare JCVD or SS to Chuck Norris. Your sweet brains are much too valuable to get scrambled by a roundhouse kick. :( Though, you didn't mention mention him AT ALL and this is a crime. It may be too late for you now. *weeps*

Edited at 2009-12-01 07:10 am (UTC)

You know, in my mind, Chuck Norris was not an action hero, he was Walker, Texas Ranger. *ducks a brain-scrambling roundhouse kick*

It wasn't until the internet made him a god that I realized his greatness. But I still haven't seen any of his movies. Just his infomercials. ^^;

Thank you for drawing this to Sarah's attention and hence to mine! I had no idea this awesomeness existed.

Okayokayokay. Wait, something occurred to me. CAN YOU IMAGINE THE JOB INTERVIEW?

"Hello, I'm action-star martial artist Steven Seagal. Hire me or SUFFER."

Or! Seagal... AS A BUM.

"Will spare your life for food. And money."

Yeah, when Seagal shows up and demands to be the Sheriff, you kind of have to let him. I mean, he is already Above the Law, he's Hard to Kill, and he's naturally Out for Justice. Could anyone be more qualified??

He would be the only bum wearing a leather trenchcoat.

Holy crap! I need to thank caer_swan too!

He's a badass even with a paunch. "you either comply or he breaks your arm." HA!

How funny is it that this is on A & E?!

I so wish I had cable because this show looks AMAZING! It combines two things I love: Steven Seagal and COPS. How can television get any better?

LOL LOL LOL! It's just so funny to see this because I just posted a clip of it last night on my hard_to_kill comm. Yes, I maintain a Seagal comm. Leave me the hell alone.

When I was a kid, for some reason I felt like you either had to be a Seagal fan or a Van Damme fan, like a Mac vs. PC or Marvel vs. DC kind of deal for action heroes, and I was firmly in the Van Damme camp.

Oh my gosh, that is so true! I like Van Damme (Bloodsport is awesome) but I always liked Seagal more. But yes, it seemed like you could not enjoy both without feeling guilty about "kinda" liking the other one. :)

how many pages is Dull Boy?

(Anonymous)
Hi! We're logging Christmas break reading! Can you tell me how many pages is Dull Boy?

Re: how many pages is Dull Boy?

It's 308 pages.

Thanks for reading! :)

Very happy I found your site. Will note it and return for more info.


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