The Oscars

Synopsis: Seth MacFarlane hosts the Acadamy Awards.
Director(s): Don Mischer
  Nominated for 9 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.4
TV-14
Year:
2013
215 min
18 Views


Also... what the hell is going on?

Enterprise to dolby theatre, come in.

The Dolby Theatre. This is Captain James t.

Kirk. From Star Trek.

- Will you respond?

- Captain kirk, what are you doing here?

Well, I'm here to stop you from doing

what you're about to do,

the show is a disaster.

What are you talking about?

It's going fine.

No, it's not.

Listen to me, I've come back in time

from the 23rd century

to stop you from destroying

the academy awards.

This is the newspaper headline

from tomorrow morning

Seth macfarlane, worst Oscar host ever.

It's that bad?

Your jokes are tasteless and inappropriate

and everyone ends up hating you.

Why couldn't they just get Tina and Amy

to host the show?

Tina and Amy should host everything.

I'm sorrey. They'll be hosting next year.

Tell me what it is that I do wrong.

Well, to begin you sing

an incredibly offensive song

that upsets a lot of actresses

in the audience.

What's the song?

I'll show you. I brought a recording of

the Oscar telecast back in time with me.

You'll be able to see exactly

how you ruin the ceremony.

Look at this.

# we saw your boobs #

# we saw your boobs #

# in the movie that's #

# what we saw we saw your boobs #

# meryl streep we saw them in "silkwood" #

# and Naomi watts in "Mulholland drive" #

# and Angelina we saw them in "Gia" #

# That made us feel exited ad alive #

# Anne hathaway we saw them #

# in broke boek Mountain #

# hab Halle Berry in monster's ball #

# Nicole Kidman and eyes wide shut #

# and Marisa tomei #

# but not Jennifer Lawrence's at all #

# we saw your boobs #

# we saw your boobs #

# In the movie that we saw #

# we saw your boobs #

# kristen Stewart we saw them on road #

# and we saw charlize theron's #

# Helen hunt we saw them

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Leslie Dixon

Leslie Dixon is an American screenwriter and film producer. She began her career as an original screenwriter, writing films such as 1987's Outrageous Fortune and Overboard. She then moved into adaptations and re-writes, developing the screenplays for: Mrs. Doubtfire, The Thomas Crown Affair, Pay It Forward, and Hairspray. She has also produced a variety of films, and the television series Limitless. more…

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