>Mel Gibson should not have been on this telecast, whether that's on NBC or the show's producers. If Gibson had written, directed or starred in a movie that earned him a position on that stage, that would be one thing. He did not. Instead, he was there as a stunt, nothing more. He was there as a cynical ratings grab, one that probably will have had no impact. Gervais introduced Gibson by referencing previous jokes about the Oscar winner's drunken anti-Semitic rantings and observed, "I blame NBC for this terrible situation. Mel blames... We know who Mel blames." Zing. Mel responded by coming on the stage and observing, "I love seeing Ricky once every three years, because it reminds me to get a colonoscopy." The audience laughed nervously. In this way, Gibson literally brushed off a reminder of his history of hate speech as a minor irritant, a procedure he had to go through to get to be on TV. Mel Gibson came on the Golden Globes knowing, with certainty, that Gervais would joke about this and he didn't care. If Gibson has learned to shrug off well-earned pejoratives in order to gain exposure, it becomes somebody else's responsibility not to give him that exposure. There was no excuse for this bad taste approval of Gibson and his past, since Gibson was only there to introduce clips from Mad Max: Fury Road. If, say, Tina Turner had come out as a reminder of the franchise's history of badass women, she would have gotten a standing ovation. Gibson poisoned the show.
Every fucking time.
>film bashing christianity BTFO
>two films glorifying the grand achievements of white man sweeped the awards
Golden Globes was based at times, too bad the cringe far outweights the pros
Mel Gibson: "Jews..."
>/tv/ boos and hisses, greedy merchant reaction images and /pol/ influenced green texts are flying through the air by the hundreds.
Mel Gibson: "...are.."
>/tv/ gasps, a faint sound of someone shouting "JIDF GTFO" can be heard in the distance.
Mel Gibson: "...responsible for all the wars in the world."
>/tv/ furiously erupts in cheers and claps. The ear deafening sound of thousands of people shouting "GOAT!", "Based!" and "Cant fell the Mel!" fills the air. Bump limits are reached at a speed never seen before and Mel Gibson is unanimously crowned the biggest guy of all time.
get fucked if someone on stage took a shit on a picture of jesus the crowd would be in tears from laughter yet he says some shit about jews while he was drunk 12 years ago and people are still babies about it
He gets ridiculed by Gervais and then introduces clips of a movie in which he was replaced. He's a billionaire, why the fuck would you go to this shit instead of staying home with your mountains of cash. He truly must be insane
>If, say, Tina Turner had come out as a reminder of the franchise's history of badass women, she would have gotten a standing ovation. Gibson poisoned the show.
He has spent most of his life as an incredibly popular celebrity, being a shut-in only sounds good to us NEET-bois.
I think Mel really does want to get back into hollywood doing mainstream stuff and going to all the parties and that shit.
This is what he gets for naming the Jew. I can't blame him for the outburst, can you imagine having to kiss ass to greasy fucks like Weinstein
>American Jews in charge of handlin' dat Aussie banter