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Nicko & I return to talk about the most ridiculous, cry filled “Celebrity Apprentice.” After a week off Nicko is fire and so ampt’ed about the crazy read head she forgot about making fun of Clay Aiken’s face.
Go to the “Proudly Resents” Facebook with your “Celebprentice”opinions. (look, I just made up a word.)
Nicko talks Celebrity Apprentice week two. But mostly she insults me. We talk about bad plastic surgery and the fact that she doesn’t know the difference between “Star Trek” and Star Wars.” Also the perfect kids show, “Unicorn Transformers.”
Next week I’ll interview the head of the Razzies about the nominations and a writer from the Oscars will hopefully tell us the unused jokes and behind the scenes. If you have any questions to ask, email me. I’ll ask. I’m not afraid. Just watch me.
I didn’t get to do the other interviews this week b/c I’m shooting this show on Friday (behind the camera stuff) and last weekend was the 12 annual Sci-fi fest at Jeffy’s house. I’ll have a behind the scenes show about it in a couple of weeks.
Thursday March 1, in Los Angeles is the first Live episode of “Dream Tweet” the game show podcast. come to Bar Lubitsch on Santa Monica in LA. at 8:30. Say hi, laugh a little.
Writer/director Paul Sullivan, NPR’s Adam Felber (“Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me”) & I recap “Quigley.” You know the movie where Gary Busey plays a mean computer game business type guy who is turned into a dog. As a dog, Gary learns about life, flimsy sets, terrible special effect, non-comedic timing and how to sleep through a role. “Quigley” also features Booger, Patrick from “SpongeBob,” Christopher Atkins, the black guy from “Dream On” (he’s also the guy from “The Parkers”). Anthony Perkins’ son plays it straight as a fallen angel. The movie has everything: bad sets, bad lines and even a crew member walking in front of a camera. To be fair, it could just be a pushy extra who likes to wear vests and carry lights. All these elements make a very fun film.
Sullivan talks about directing his low-budget comedy “I’ll Believe You,” and how he almost got comedian Chris Elliott eaten by an alligator.
Here are some choice clips of “Quigley.” It’s from the “Found Footage Festival.” I don’t know what’s “found” about it. Did they “find” it in a bargain bin? Anyway, thanks for editing this for me to “borrow.” I have just started the “Borrowed Clip Fest.”