I know it’s only been about a week since Part I went up, but y’all knew I couldn’t stay away too long. Now it’s time at last for the MVG (Most Valuable Griller) to be crowned. So far it’s a three legged race between Robert Downey Jr, doing spectacular work as always. However, not to be outshone, is young upstart Bradley Cooper, making a spirited run for the title. Last but certainly not least, as if being Bond wasn’t cool enough, Daniel Craig is a front runner for the hallowed title of MVG.
Yes ladies (maybe) and gentlemen, it’s that time of year once again. Hot on the coattails of the Toilet Boll and Malentine’s Day, we’ve at last come to our annual celebration of the pinnacle of entertainment, the Golden Globes. No awards show mixes star power with alcohol more deftly than the Globes, and it’s with that in mind that I give you the Globes as experienced through the filter of Grill Wilson.
I do realize that the 2012 Golden Globes took place months ago. I also realize that Gawker beat me to the punch. But what they don’t realize, is that when you spend an hour making your post, you can’t mine for gold as effectively. I’ve spent the better part of two months hand crafting this post for maximal comedic output. I’ve never poured more effort into my animated gifs. These are the biggest stars in the world, and dammit, they deserve the red carpet grill treatment. So basically Gawker, stay your lane, get out of mine and leave the grill game to the professionals. You’ve been warned. For the Grillwilson.com faithful (the several of you), I proudly bestow upon you my magnum opus. I may have to lay off the animated gifs after this one, for in them resides the entirety of my soul, enjoy it.
Its that time of year again ladies and gentlemen, the 2011 Golden Globes are upon us. Ricky Gervais came back for a second and most likely final appearance as master of ceremonies. In the spirit of giving away awards, at the end of this post I will crown a champion in the “Best Grill” category. Without further adieu, lets see those grills.
Welcome to the 2010 Golden Globes. Hollywood’s best and brightest came out the Beverly Hilton to put in some major work. Luckily, I was in front of my television with a camera, ready and waiting. Courtney Cox here can’t decide if the whole ordeal is above or below her. David Arquette is just happy to have a camera on him again.