Tonight marks the premiere of season three of Jonathan Antin’s Blow Out. To celebrate this monumental event, we recommend a drinking game to get you through an hour long show that takes place in a hair salon. Every time Antin says the word "product," drink. If this season is anything like the last, which was devoted to covering the designing and merchandising of "Johnathan Product" you will be calling in sick to work on Wednesday. Actually, the trailer alone is enough to get you drunk.
According to CNN, Chef is coming back to South Park this
week (perhaps you’ve heard about the controversy), but there hasn’t been an
announcement as to who will provide the voice for the character. My guess is John Travolta. Who do you
think it will be?
(As always, answer in the comment section.)
This just in: It’s a bad idea to marry Harrison Ford.
Thanks to this clip, you never have to go see another Harrison Ford movie ever again. This sums up every single one of them. It’s simply amazing. Watch it now.
Ever wonder what Jason Alexander did before he was George Costanza (and still had hair)? He was in awesome McDonald’s commercials for the McDLT. You have to check out this spot he did long ago. It’s hot on one side, cool on the other!
(Thanks to Yesbutnobutyes!)
It appears that Pete Doherty has finally met someone who understands him: Mike Tyson. According to Female First, he did a solo performance for Tyson at a bar, and the fighter gave him a standing ovation. Someone on the scene said, "They were getting on really well, so Tyson asked Pete to play some songs for him. Pete always has an acoustic guitar with him so he played two or three Babyshambles numbers.
"He got a great response. Tyson loved every minute of it." They are said to have stayed up all night talking in what must have been the most fascinating conversation in the history of the world.
Jeremy Hsu watched Prison Break, How I Met Your Mother, 24, and The Apprentice. That’s the ingredients list for the Best Night Ever!
Who is Dylan Innes you ask? Only the first production assistant ever to be interviewed celebrity-style for his week of work on a movie. But he didn’t work on just any movie, he worked on the Snakes on a Plane movie. So his buddies on absolutepunk.net scored the coveted interview with the P.A. and forced him to reveal more about the movie than the trailer suggests.
Innes, responsible for "hauling equipment and guarding the parking lot" answered questions like: Was it always called Snakes on a Plane? (no it was originally called Pacific Air Flight 121) how do the snakes get on the plane? (Korean terrorists, of course) Did they use real snakes? (mostly CGI and rubber models but some real ones) and does he get "more ass now than ever before"? (yes, he
met his landed a girlfriend on set). He may not have earned as much as Samuel L., but he managed to score a lady and the temporary respect of peers. Enjoy it now, Innes, next week it’s back to the parking lot.