Theater Hopper - August 8: Beware The Chatty Stoner

August 8, 2008

Theater Hopper

Theater Hopper is a webcomic about all things movies written and illustrated by Tom Brazelton. Starring Tom, his wife Cami, and best friend Jared, Theater Hopper perfectly captures Tom's feelings and reactions to recent and upcoming movies in a way that will easily have you laughing. New updates will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. This is the webcomic that every movie-lover out there can't miss! Friday's comic, #857 - Beware The Chatty Stoner, has been posted below. Enjoy!

#857 - Beware The Chatty Stoner

Theater Hopper #857 - Beware The Chatty Stoner


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Reader Feedback - 15 Comments


hahaha uu so fun and so true believe me its worst out here in Mexico uu...

DarkPadme on Aug 8, 2008


which one one? Strange

Coolness on Aug 8, 2008


Great one, Tom. You've captured most of my worst movie experiences. You forgot one though - the loud, obnoxious teenager who has to answer every cell phone call and text message during the movie.

Steve on Aug 8, 2008


"which one one" - shit, stayed up too late again working on the comic. Sorry. I haven't been getting a lot of sleep lately. My external hard drive which was storing the original art for the last 5 years of comics crashed on me Tuesday. I didn't have a backup because I'm an idiot... Steve... I could probably do a whole series of these comics and would most certainly throw in the teenager with a cell phone! Ugh! It's out of control!

Tom Brazelton on Aug 8, 2008


lol, awesome. The line "whose car is that?" really cracked me up. Who HASN'T heard that in the theater? 🙂 And then again, there's the people that answer the recurring pop quizzes out loud...every time.

Joseph on Aug 8, 2008


It's not B. What if he really DOES have a knife? That bitch better look out. That's some good advice! 🙂

kevjohn on Aug 8, 2008


"obnoxious teenager who has to answer every cell phone call and text message during the movie." -- Steve... HAhaha, i think i would fit that category. But really, great comic strip Tom! When i went to see pineapple express, there really were people confused about what was happening in the movie, and yes there were people yelling shit. All the stoners though... lets just say they were all like chatty and laughing for no reason

Nikhil Hariharan on Aug 8, 2008


Nikhil Hariharan, I think I hate you.

Staatz on Aug 8, 2008


What? You hate me? :...( I remember watching Hancock, and their was the "stereotypical black guy" couple seats to the right of me... at least he made the movie more enjoyable 😉

Nikhil Hariharan on Aug 8, 2008


Ok , maybe hate is a strong word.. but texting in a theater... I mean you paid money to see it, why would you ignore it and distract me with the light and the clicking?

Staatz on Aug 8, 2008


the texting. yesss... that bright flashlight in the eyes pulls me right out of the movie. stupid kids down there.

Manda on Aug 8, 2008



Ryan on Aug 8, 2008


What if you're sitting next to a senile old stereotypical black woman who tokes up for her glaucoma?

jason_md2020 on Aug 8, 2008


"What if you're sitting next to a senile old stereotypical black woman who tokes up for her glaucoma?" DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMED!

Staatz on Aug 8, 2008


k, well i go to a theater called Hollywood Blvd. and their theater is like a dine and watch type, so the lights are dimmed so that the waiters can run around, and the seating isnt like your conventional style theater seats, so basically when i get a txt, i either tuck it under me so it doesn't distract my friends by me and since the theater aint dark it doesn't bother anyone else 😀 --Dont worry, im considerate of others 😉

Nikhil Hariharan on Aug 9, 2008

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