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What Was Jack Looking For?

06/07/2010

Nicholson Binoculars, Game 2 NBA Finals

There was a great shot tonight of Jack Nicholson sporting his Hollywood Bowl binoculars at tonight’s game 2 of the NBA Finals.  Jack was leering cross-court with the said specs, and even the commentators made note of it.  Why does a man who has floor seats need binoculars???  And the even more begging question, what was Jack looking for?

Contact on the Kobe – Rondo sideline foul? Because the Hubble telescope wouldn’t help him find that.

Perhaps he was seeking justice from the referees?  He sure wasn’t going to find that either, what with 3 of Kobe’s 5 fouls of the phantom variety.

We can all speculate, but I think we all know that Jack was spying on some sun-drenched hottie, spilling out of both a Staples Center suite and her D&G blouse.

Jack's View?

Donnie Wahlberg

So, whatever Boston.  You got game 2, but we’ve got Jack.  Your best celebrity is Donnie Walberg… that’s not even the good Walberg. 

So, as you land in Lohgin Err-pawt (Logan Airport) Monday morning to your 90% humidity, and you get back in “yer caas” to drive home thinking what a wicked pissa game 2 was, just know one thing Boston…

You don’t have Jack.


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3 Comments leave one →
  1. 06/07/2010 3:56 am

    lol…not even the good Wahlberg..

  2. Chris Simon permalink
    06/07/2010 8:42 am

    He was looking for a ref with some integrity but there was none to be found.

  3. 06/08/2010 8:41 am

    I wish the Ducks had a celeb like Jack in their crowd. All we have is….well, nobody famous.

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