Patton Oswalt has an incredible bit about how you’re only allowed 20 birthdays in your life.Up to age 10, it’s yearly but once you become a teenager, forget it.
Hannah won’t have that, and gives her another dose of tough reality.
Hannah reminds her that she’s been in a similar position, and there’s lots to learn outside of school.
Her eyes are empty, they lack understanding and they’re completely sad.
Moments like this remind us exactly who Derek cares for and the reality of their situation.
) of suspense about life on the crime-riddled streets of an impoverished, post-Soviet Kiev.
But until now, fans haven’t been able to read the sequel and find out what happened to Viktor and his silent cohort, the penguin Misha, whom Viktor was forced to abandon at the end of the novel while fleeing Mafia vengeance. Now available for the first time in the US, sees Viktor grab at the opportunity to return to Kiev incognito and launch an intensive, guilt-wracked search for Misha.We also see a rare moment of frustration from our pal.Maybe that leads into something else down the road?Douglas comments that despite his awful existence, he’s at least never shat his pants. Derek kindly reminds us she’s probably not a terrible person.She just needs to work here awhile “to say she’s sorry.” Derek is good at boiling life down to its simplest essence, which makes him a joy to watch.Derek (Ricky Gervais) wants to pick everything (including his presents), to which Kev (David Earl) suggests a proper “cherry-popping” as a potential gift. But he’s younger in here, you see.” (He points to his head.) “No stress.” As Derek goes through his music and menu requests (Susan Boyle, Robbie Williams, chicken kiev, sausage rolls), Kev proves his worth by taking a dump in his pants.