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We're not really sure exactly when Samuel L. Jackson went from yelling his lines to making fun of the fact that he yells his lines--it was probably sometime around here--but the man has brought emphatic reading to a new level of acting.

After being parodied by Dave Chappelle and parodying himself in 'Snakes on a Plane,' Jackson recently recorded over 150 new lines for iSamJackson, a new iPhone app that, according it its developers, "provides endless entertainment with a unique collection of quotes that hit the mark with the attitude and witticism of Samuel L. Jackson." We're not really sure exactly when Samuel L. Jackson went from yelling his lines to making fun of the fact that he yells his lines -- it was probably sometime around here -- but the man has brought emphatic reading to a new level of acting.

After being parodied by Dave Chappelle and parodying himself in 'Snakes on a Plane,' Jackson recently recorded over 150 new lines for iSamJackson, a new iPhone app that, according it its developers, "provides endless entertainment with a unique collection of quotes that hit the mark with the attitude and witticism of Samuel L. Jackson."

While the app doesn't include any lines from Jackson's movies, it does feature some original gems such as "Yee-haw! Cowboy up, y'all!" and "So you think you're bad, don'tcha?" Developers have released both clean and explicit versions of the app, and while I know everyone will rush to get the explicit version, don't forget Jackson working clean yields comedy gold as well.



The app also boasts an "Ask Sam" function which "can resolve the great dilemmas of life the way only Samuel L. Jackson" can.

Wow. Whatever happened to that young man that tried to rob McDowell's with a shotgun? Come back, Sam. Come back.