Dara: Welcome. This is Dara and Karman’s Hit list. I’m Dara.
Karman: I’m Karman.
Dara: And we’re going to talk about lists, because people love lists. We love
Karman: I love a list. I make a lot of lists, but I don’t really do what’s
Dara: I like a lisp.
Karman: You like a lisp? I can help you with that. I actually have a lisp.
Karman: Give me a drink and you’ll see it — or hear
Dara: That’s a slur.
Karman: No, it’s a lisp. See, lisssp.
Karman: Do you hear it?
Dara: What we’re not doing — well we should at some point do best lisps. Because,
[On-screen text: We scrapped that episode… Take #2]
Dara: Um… in the spirit of back to school, to celebrate and commiserate with
Karman: Um, I don’t sponsor that. I don’t endorse that ad. But go ahead.
Dara: If you’re dropouts like me and Karman. Uh — no. Actually, if you’re back
Karman: These are our favorite co-eds.
Dara: Favorite co-eds from film and tv.
Karman: Think about the plaid skirt…
Dara: The knee socks.
Karman: Ribbon. Knee socks… This sounds more like porn.
Dara: Clutching their books. Braiding each other’s hair. Whatever.
Karman: Is that what they do?
Dara: Changing in the locker room for gym. A little sweaty field hockey action.
Karman: That is exactly what happened, too.
Dara: Okay, let’s get started, because you know we’re running out of time.
Karman: Alright, okay, alright.
Dara: You want to start?
Karman: Lindsay Lohan in Mean Girls. Because duh.
Dara: Was it pre-crazy pants?
Karman: Yes, yeah. It probably caused the crazy pants because she got so much
Karman: She was so cute. And remember it had the good arc? And the whole like
Karman: She’s my favorite. So that’s my number one. Who’s your number one?
Dara: Oh, we’re starting with number one?
Karman: Well, it’s just… you know, we can start at number five. I don’t care.
Dara: Alright. I don’t know if I could pick a number one. But alright, if I
Karman: Yeah. I imagined you would say that.
Dara: And I’m sure there are a gazillion people out there who agree with me.
Karman: Almost killed each other a couple times.
Dara: In the end, it’s all good.
Karman: Yeah… But if you had to pick one. Would you have gone out with in
Dara: You know what? I think I actually would have went for Willow.
Karman: Me, too.
Dara: Because Buffy was kind of like — I don’t know.
Karman: You like blondes.
Dara: Yeah… See, sometimes the nerdy-nerd quiet one is the freak.
Karman: The tiger.
Dara: Yeah, so.
Karman: The freak!?
Dara: She had a funny inner freak, for sure, and I love that.
Karman: I love that the FBI is going to come take our computers now.
Dara: Plus, you know, she was all with the magic and stuff.
Dara: She could do spells, and that could be fun.
Karman: Yeah, yeah, I agree.
Dara: Buffy would just kick your ass.
Karman: Yeah, I don’t think I would need her rage.
Dara: You know, she’s too — too… introspective. She’s too…
Karman: Don’t need her thinking all the time.
Dara: Teenage angst. Blah blah blah. You’re a bummer.
Karman: Buffy’s a bummer.
Karman: I’m going back, I’m digging deep into the vault here.
Karman: I think she was like the first — well, I was going to say the first
Dara: Nell Carter.
Dara: Weezie Jefferson.
Karman: I don’t know why!
Dara: Well, Blair was kind of religious and kind of uptight.
Karman: No, she wasn’t religious on the show, was she? I thought that was in
Dara: Oh, that’s Lisa Whats-er-face, the actress.
Karman: Yeah, the actress who plays Blair.
Dara: Well, Blair was uptight because she was rich.
Karman: Yeah, she was snobby. But she had great hair…
Dara: Lotta hair.
Karman: Fluffy — she had kind of a mane going on. And she was just a tough nut
Dara: You said nut.
Karman: I did. The challenge of Blair would have been entertaining. And then
Dara: You know what happened to Tootie when she got older?
Karman: She… outgrew roller skates? What?
Dara: Yeah, she, uh, she had twins… If you know what I mean.
Dara: Tootie! C’mon! Kim Fields!
Karman: Like… she got… boobs?
Dara: Big time!
Karman: She had twins. I thought you meant like she actually had twins! I was
Dara: I’m just saying.
Karman: She used her reproductive organs.
Dara: Moving on!
Dara: I really like the friendship between Romy and Michelle
Karman: So you like the flashback sequences to their cooler days?
Dara: I like the flashback sequences. I like that they’re kind of outcasts,
Karman: Huh. Who was that?
Dara: I have no idea. I don’t remember her name and I don’t
Karman: I might have to watch this again.
Karman: I just remembered Janeane Garofalo.
Dara: Chain smoking through high school like me.
Karman: With the fastest-burning cigarette.
Dara: She was a chain-smoking high school kid like me.
Karman: I did it in high school, too.
Karman: On our list, we had this overlap on our list.
Karman: The girls from Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
Karman: Phoebe — did you have both of them on your list? Because I had both.
Dara: Yeah, I did. No, I had Phoebe Cates —
Karman: Phoebe Cates and Jennifer Jason Leigh.
Karman: Oh, JJL.
Karman: So I had PC and JJL from FTARH on my list.
Karman: That was a great movie. That was my favorite high school movie, I think.
Dara: Well, that’s what you did in high school. You think you know everything
Karman: Well, she’s a good friend to have, though, because she took care of
Karman: Who gets into trouble. But that’s okay. Girl in trouble is a temporary
Karman: They each had different things to offer. And I didn’t blame Judge Reinhold
Dara: You know, I’m looking at my list, and I’m wondering what is wrong with
Karman: Yeah. She was great. She was one of the most memorable one of the cast.
Dara: Anyone who puts a pixie stick on her sandwich…
Karman: Oh, I thought you were going to say that anyone who shakes their dandruff
Dara: To make it snow? Yeah, see, that was kind of gross, but imaginative.
Karman: Yeah, she was creative. She was cute back in the day.
Dara: Yeah. And then she went on to do High Art,
Karman: One of my favorite depressing lesbian movies. I love that film. Did
Dara: Uh… no. Just that she was a freak, and I like that about her.
Karman: I have a really — uncharacteristically, for me — perky,
Karman: Two of my favorite movies and she just happens to
Dara: I’ve never wanted a cheerleader. They’re too perky. Just want to slap
Karman: You’re going to get a dark-hearted evil one! Get an evil cheerleader.
Dara: Dark-hearted evil girls in high school don’t go join the cheerleading
Karman: Okay, wait, do you like Faith from Buffy?
Dara: They put bombs under the cars of cheerleaders, they don’t join the cheerleaders.
Karman: What if they infiltrate? Like a mole?
Dara: A mole.
Karman: A mole cheerleader.
Dara: A cheerleading mole.
Karman: That you could work with, I’ll bet. Right?
Dara: Okay. If it was a real mole, yeah.
Karman: No, not with the whiskers. So, did you like Faith
Dara: Hell yeah.
Karman: Okay. She is in Bring It On, and she plays
Dara: I like morose.
Karman: You should check it out. You should check it out.
Karman: But for me it’s all about Kirsten Dunst, and Gabrielle Union’s in it,
Dara: But you know, sometimes I do like sunny, because I also
Dara: That segue?
Karman: That was really good.
Dara: Yeah, it was good.
Karman: Well, she’s on my list, too.
Dara: Yeah, Alicia Silverstone. A) Cute. Hot.
Karman: So cute.
Dara: But Cher, the character, upbeat, fun, innocent, just wants everyone to
Dara: And there’s nothing wrong with being happy. Alright. Who else you got?
Karman: Um, let’s see. Well, D.E.B.S., right?
Dara: Oh yeah. Were they in school?
Karman: Yeah, they were at like in Spy High or something.
Dara: Spy High.
Karman: Well they wore those skirts, right? It wasn’t like a costume, it was
Dara: James Bond Memorial High School.
Karman: Yeah, that was the one.
Dara: Yeah. Good.
Karman: And there were a lot of girls in that one, but my favorite was Meagan
Karman: She was super hot. Everyone else was milk toast compared
Dara: She is?
Karman: Yeah, she’s the one who — what’s her name — she’s the one who has the
Karman: Her name’s like Ritchie. Her last name’s Ritchie.
Dara: It’s not Little-Kid-Sister-Rock?
Karman: No, she actually has a name, and if I weren’t a lazy ____ and done
Dara: D’oh! Okay.
Dara: Um, I want to say, having never seen the show that probably I’m pretty
Karman: Oh! Sugar Rush! Okay. I was thinking of something
Karman: I’m like, those girls are not in school!
Karman: They are club kids.
Karman: They shouldn’t even be there.
Dara: Sugar Rush, the awesome British show where
Karman: I have seen it.
Dara: You have?
Karman: Yes. It is trash. You’d like it. It’s like South
Dara: I heard that one of them is really into dental care because of the thing
Karman: I guess I didn’t see that episode.
Dara: I read that maybe somewhere. I don’t know what I’m talking about.
Karman: Write in and let us know which episode this is in for Dara to find
Dara: It’s good to floss.
Karman: And it’s really dirty compared to American tv.
Karman: Like the mom was doing it with some handyman on kitchen table in one
Dara: See, in Europe, they’re not so Puritanical about sex, but they’re not
Dara: As long as you don’t show them with their shirt blowing open when that
Karman: As long as they don’t have satisfying sex before that happens?
Karman: Let’s go to yours.
Karman: Wynona Ryder in Heathers.
Dara: Yeah. Dark.
Karman: All black. So, so sarcastic. So grim.
Dara: Bitter, cynical teenagers.
Karman: It’s hot.
Dara: It was me, too.
Karman: I would have liked her at school.
Dara: Was that you?
Karman: Yes. Well of course, because if you’re a big homo in high school, and
Dara: I didn’t think it sucked. I had a girlfriend.
Karman: Okay, well, for everybody but you, back in the olden days.
Dara: Listen, there was something in the water at my high school, because there
Dara: Yeah. And not necessarily, you know, secretive. Kind of out there.
Karman: That’s impressive.
Dara: We had a Shane. We had a total —
Karman: Was it you?
Dara: No. We had a total Shane. She was older than me.
Karman: And did she date older women, too?
Dara: No, but like all the cheerleaders, they couldn’t get close enough to
Karman: See, cheerleaders! Wait, did she go out with cheerleaders?
Dara: She did whoever she wanted, basically.
Karman: Gah, I wish I’d gone to your high school.
Dara: Other, uh, other co-eds I’d thought of were Annabelle,
Karman: And she’s super cute.
Dara: Super cute, plays guitar.
Karman: Got the guitar.
Dara: She wrote a song.
Karman: Hers worked. [Indicates RockBand guitar] Had strings and all. She did.
Dara: It did! She didn’t even get to the third verse and boom! They were outside
Karman: That was impressive. I would say, I was very impressed with that.
Dara: How long could you resist Erin Kelly? At some point you’re going to break
Karman: You’re going to crack, that’s right.
Dara: You’re not made of stone!
Dara: Uh, also on my list. Uh, only Spencer from South
Karman: Yeah, Spencer for me, too. No disrespect to Ashley.
Dara: None at all.
Karman: It’s just a flavor. Just a flavor difference.
Dara: And Mandy has a really sexy voice for someone so young and who only weighs
Karman: Yeah, yeah. A lot of voice comes out of that tiny little package.
Dara: A lot of voice.
Karman: But Spencer —
Dara: It’s like a little sports car with a really meaty horn. Instead of a
Karman: You’re a walking soundbite. Do you realize this?
Dara: Well, you know like, nowadays, you buy a SUV, it’s a big hunk of gas-guzzling
Karman: That’s not what you’re paying for? You’ve got to go vintage for a good
Dara: That’s not what you’re paying for! You want like, Eff you!
Karman: Eff you! Like that?
Karman: Butter lettuce!
Dara: I don’t know where I was going with that.
Karman: Yeah, Spencer. Spencer.
Dara: Also, I would like to be Cameron on Terminator:
Karman: You want to be Cameron?
Dara: Yeah, I think that’d be cool. She’s a frickin’ robot! Hello!
Karman: Dude, why do you want to be a robot?
Dara: Because I do! It’d be awesome. Look, you live forever, you never get
Karman: This already sounds like you.
Dara: You have super-human strength.
Karman: This is you already.
Dara: You have super-human strength… it’s cool.
Karman: You’re already a robot. Forget about it.
Dara: You can eat anything you want and you never get fat. You never get old.
Karman: You’re already a robot! I’m going to just boot you down!
Dara: Honestly, someone I’ve dated said I have a port in my back where I upload
Karman: You heard it here, first.
Dara: And lastly, I want to give a shout out to Daria, the cartoon. Love her!
Karman: She’s bitter on a stick. I like it.
Dara: Love it.
Karman: I think my thus in summation would be Carrie… from
Dara: Carrie from Carrie?
Dara: Well, I felt bad for her.
Karman: I got her.
Karman: Yes. I didn’t — okay. I didn’t have mind control stuff, I didn’t have
Karman: Die, Betty Buckley. Die, P.J. Soles.
Dara: Yeah, I’m all about revenge. And, uh, John Travolta, too.
Karman: I know. But you know what, if I had been in high school, if I had been
Dara: Being a bitch and torturous does not necessarily exclude you from —
Karman: Doesn’t preclude the hots.
Dara: It does not. Sometimes that’s the only thing that makes it hot. Come
Karman: Don’t try this at home, kids. Anyway, I think that’s our list.
Dara: I think that’s our list. So, um, what do you guys think? I think we covered
Karman: If we left anyone out, write in and tell us.
Dara: Oh, I’m sure they will.
Dara: So, those you that had to go back to school, our condolences, but study
Karman: Looks good on a resume to graduate from high school and/or college!
Dara: And anyone who thinks there’s no such thing as algebra in real life,
Karman: Alright, shall we get it on?
Dara: We shall.