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3. The Landlady, Shadow. The late, great Lorena Gale has a history of an edgy air and sharp one-liners, most notably (to me) in select episodes of Millennium and a show that dare not speak its name, and she doesnâ€™t disappoint here. I, too, agree that boobs are useless on a man.
2. The Waiter, Wishful Thinking. Alright, awesome, take Jennifer Anistonâ€™s Office Space coworker, subtract a few pieces of flair, add a pinch of ecstasy, et voilÃ , itâ€™s extreme. Weâ€™ve all encountered these bizarre, overly extroverted strains of human at an Applebeeâ€™s or other permutations of faux mom and pops, which is why this scene makes us simultaneously guffaw and cringe.
1. The Sheriff, Bloodlust. Ralph J. Aldermanâ€™s (sorry, IMDB, fix your incorrect record) greatest asset is that Mark Twain â€˜stache. Fantastic. Add in some vintage Samuel Clemens attitude, a healthy hunting of the snark and youâ€™ve got one goddamn hilarious scene chock full of about 52 memorable lines from all parties.