So Squirrel Boy is all pissed about this Viacom lawsuit, saying he can’t figure out what it’s about and why they’re so mad at Google. Finally I’m like, Dude, do you not get it? They want you to buy them. He’s like, Oh really, then why are they suing me? I’m like, Dude, this is how they do things in Hollywood. Man oh man. Do you need a translator or something? In movie land, suing someone is like sending flowers. It’s like saying, Hey, remember me? That girl you knew in high school? The one with the great rack and all that incredibly valuable content that would fit so well with your massive, all-powerful global Internet ad-selling machine? Sumner Redstone is hiking up his skirt and saying, Squirrel Boy, honey, I don’t know crap about this darn Internet thing, and you don’t know crap about making movies and TV shows, so let’s hop into the sack and make some squirrel babies together. Hell, I’ll even let you be the guy most of the time.
So Eric’s like, Steve, what do you think? Should we do it? I’m like, Hey, why not? It worked out pretty well for AOL and Time Warner.