Eight to 10 years ago, when Netflix sent the DVD of Pulp Fiction to your place, and you watched it, Bruce Willis’s Butch Coolidge looked pretty dated. A product of the mid-’90s if ever there was one. Which is fine. That’s when the movie took place.
Watching it now, though, Butch, save for a little billowiness in the suede bomber, is looking pretty on-point.
And while the movie will be remembered for a number of different reasons, one of the most memorable scenes—for watch collectors, especially—is Christopher Walken’s monologue regarding an heirloom wristwatch that had survived three wars and at least two rectums to make it to its new heir...
In the wake of our earlier etiquette lesson, you may still be wondering what in the world Google Wave actually does. Luckily, the internet’s tendency towards one-note regurgitated jokes has produced what may be the ultimate user’s guide to the ornate messaging tool. Instead of a dry tech demonstration, this video walks you through one of the most memorable scenes in Pulp Fiction via Google Wave, offering an effortless, Rosetta Stone-style explanation of embedded image searching and conversation replay and various other previously confusing gadgets. It’s everything you need to know…and it’s hilarious.