I’ve never actually watched Millionaire Matchmaker, but if this spoof is at all accurate, I think I should start. And is it just me or does she sound just like Debi Mazar?
(For more like this, go here. “The Terminator Loves John Connor” is another favorite.)
Nature is dirty. Not in the rugged, outdoorsy way, but in the animals humping each other way. If you’re the type who DVRs nature shows and then fast forwards to the mating scenes (no judgments), the Sundance Channel has a better option for you – Green Porno.
This season (#2) focuses on sexy creatures under the sea, including the female whale who wants to see the boys fight over her, the hermaphrodite limpet who lines up to take its turn being the bottom, and the hideous anglerfish who does it with her light on and treats her little man like he’s a portable sperm bank. Kinky, I know.
And who better to perform these animal sex acts than the lovely Isabella Rossellini. She dons all manner of ridiculous costumes to educate us in the ways of seduction… animal seduction. My favorite is the whale costume:
If you think that’s hot, wait until she turns around (watch the video for her… um… Moby Dick).
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Kenley, Kenley, Kenley. We (and by we I mean Project Runway fans) all knew you were a little crazy, but really, who throws a cat anymore?
Kenley Collins threw a cat at her fiance. A cat! Mind you, it wasn’t even in the midst of an argument where she just grabbed whatever was closest. The dude was sleeping. That’s just bad form really.
And the assault didn’t end there. She followed up with a laptop, some apples, and finally water before he managed to crawl to the phone to call the cops. And yes, she was arrested. So the city’s safe from flying cats and an overabundance of 40’s dresses. At least for the time being. Continue reading
Please ignore the green screen.
Has anyone seen this movie, The Ten? It’s ten short stories based on each of the ten commandments. I vaguely remember hearing about it before it came out, but I don’t ever remember seeing it in theaters. There are some good people in this (Paul Rudd, Famke Janssen, Liev Schreiber, Winona Ryder, the cast of The State, etc.) and it was written by David Wain and Ken Marino (both of The State fame), so it definitely has promise.
Anyway, this might convince me to finally sign up for Netflix.
In honor of Friday and the first day of my blog, I bring you my favorite dance move.