Jack Johnson was the original Muhammad Ali, possessing quick hands and defensive skills ahead of his time. Early boxing reporters and some boxing historians considered him one of the greatest and Jack Johnson became a hero to his race when he captured the heavyweight championship.
Idiomatic language doesn't translate very well, especially the way Al Barger deploys it...
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for January 16, 2005
I go to the Gun Show - the heart of the American entrepreneurial frontier and one true temple of freedom.
The PTC is actively campaigning to censor Life as We Know It, and MTV and Sex and the City are in their sights as well, but their real target is any show that they deem questionable (and that's basically everything that's not on PAX).
I think the writers, having gotten the first season under their collective belt, feel a little more comfortable in the show's skin and really let loose with some outstanding laugh-out-loud stuff.
What happens when a real-life drug gang starts imitating behavior they've seen on TV?
Connie Willis brings her unique twist on time travel to a comedy of manners in the style of Jerome K. Jerome.