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    I don't know, but it would be funny 'cause then if Will Ferrell is there they could be like "wow our names are similar".
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    would someone care to enlighten those of us who have not seen this trainwreck of a film as to the nature of the character?

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    Blue is an old guy, I'd guess somewhere around 80, that for some reason joins their fraternity before dying (in the film) during a boxing match with some partially clothed young ladies. Sadly life did not quite immitate art.

    Edit: Forgot to mention they were in some kind of jelly at the time.
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    is it the absurdity of an exceedingly old man joining a frat and boxing scantily clad women that lead to the character's popularity?

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    Partly, but there was also just something endearing about the guy.
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    he was rather cute in Best in Show.

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    I haven't seen that one, but yes "cute" is the word I almost used myself.
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    He reminded me of Oldy Olsen from Late Night with Conan O'Brien..


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    That's funny PIB, because "cute" is almost the word I used to describe you, until "cockgoblin" came to mind.

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    I have a feeling your a troll.
    I wrote a four word letter.

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