I don't say this about a lot of things, but I would totally subscribe to a podcast of Kris Humphries and Drew Gooden talking about TV shows with Wizards Magazine host Jumoke Davis if it's as good as this segment right here:
There's a lot of great stuff in the segment, but the best part is when they talk about old shows they miss and Drew Gooden brings up Sex and the City, which leads to the following conversation:
Kris Humphries: Listen, I'm not going to [expletive]. I'm not going to [expletive]. I didn't see all the episodes, but I did see most of the movies though. [Note: There were only two movies, so we'll let you guess what "most" means there.]
Jumoke Davis: Sex and the City?
Drew Gooden: I was 22 years old, I didn't see the movies, but you know, I was...
Davis: You were there to learn!
Gooden: And I learned. And all you women out there, I know what's up now. I know what's up.
Humphries: He knows what you're thinking.
Gooden: I know what you're thinking now, just because of that.
Davis: [To Humphries] Why were you watching it?
Humphries: I mean, you know I always feel like I'm with a girl, and she's like let's see this or that. It's not that bad. You learned a lot. You learned a lot from Big.
Gooden: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Mr. Big, Aidan...[Laughs.] Samantha. That was definitely a learning tool.
Of course, true Drew Gooden fans (like Nick Bilka) already knew Drew Gooden was a big fan.