Some articles on calling:
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... Club gave the episode a C, calling it "without a doubt, the most meta episode I've seen in quite some time" and said that "if Family Guy wants to make the show itself the butt of every joke, it needs to ramp up the ... Ahsan Haque of IGN gave the episode a much more negative review, calling it "definitely one of the worst Family Guy episodes in years" ... He criticized the jokes, calling some pointless and most of them tasteless, saying that the funnier moments of the episode were not enough to make ...
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... "Calling You" is a song from the film Bagdad Café ... Calling You may also refer to "Calling You", a song by Hank Williams "Calling You" (Blue October song), a song by Blue October "Calling You", a song by Aqua Calling You (anthology), a Japanese light novel, manga, and ...
Famous quotes containing the word calling:
“Your strength, that is so lofty and fierce and kind,
It might call up a new age, calling to mind
The queens that were imagined long ago,
Is but half yours....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“For in this yellow grave of sand and sea
A calling for colour calls with the wind
Thats grave and gay as grave and sea
Sleeping on either hand.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“I introduced her to Elena, and in that life-quickening atmosphere of a big railway station where everything is something trembling on the brink of something else, thus to be clutched and cherished, the exchange of a few words was enough to enable two totally dissimilar women to start calling each other by their pet names the very next time they met.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)