The porno version is called 'Reno 911: A XXX Parody.' (Clever title!) And actual 'Reno' star Thomas Lennon went to see the adult movie. The celebrity news show 'TMZ' (weekdays, syndicated) has the full scoop.
Lennon checked out the film, and got to see the porn version of himself. And apparently, Lennon's porno doppelganger is a little more well-endowed that he is. "I'm talking about -- honestly -- a foot," Lennon said, while spreading his hands to indicate the size of the man's, um, tool.
Pornography aside, we just think it'd be a blast to be in any room with these two. Since that's probably not going to happen anytime soon, we'll have to amuse ourselves by watching 'The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson' (weeknights, 12:35AM ET on CBS).
Watch the video after the jump.
The thing I'm starting to love about this show is the way it switches gears on just about any incline. They are so swift and sudden that the law should go totally "nanny state" and require me to wear a helmet during each week's episode.
For example: in this week's chapter, we see the aftermath of Gemma's rape and the toll it takes on her as she tries to keep it from the club. Then the very next shot is of Tig, played by Kim Coates and some random fishnet whore slowly waking up with hangovers that could stun an elephant, together in a spent 69.
And I ain't talking about a broken down '69 Chevy.
Comcast's probe into the Super Bowl porno snafu has officially become an FBI probe. A Fox affiliate in Tucson reported that the cable provider has asked the FBI to conduct their own probe into the 30 seconds of pornography that aired during Super Bowl XLIII.
Special Agent Manuel Johnson of the Phoenix FBI field office would only confirm for TV Squad that the probe is still ongoing.
It seems unlikely that Rogen would step in front of the camera for this series, given his movie career at the moment. But hey, anything is possible. I suspect the series will reflect the perverted sense of humor he displayed in his writing of the movie Superbad.
Perhaps it's a Canadian thing. He joins a long line of Canucks who garnered fame and fortune via television. The list includes William Shatner and Michael J. Fox.
Rogen stands as proof that anybody with a little luck can actually become a movie star (and television producer). As a result, he earns my admiration and envy.
In the following video, the randomized blocks' perfect placement over the animation combines with the dirty-minded twelve-year-old that lives inside all of us to hilarious effect. Every time a block is removed, the animation just looks more and more filthy. Even better is the reaction of the contestants and the host, who, about ten seconds in, decide to abandon any hope of getting through the animation without losing their minds with laughter. The video after the jump.
One Consumerist reader had just that problem. His new Time Warner box arrived, but before he could sit down and help set it up, he had to go out and run some errands, leaving his wife and 3 and 8 year old nieces to program in shows to record.
As his wife hits the list button, up pops a screen showing the previous owner's recordings, including Hole Diggers - Part 2, which begins playing while his wife tries to figure out how to make the menu disappear.
Yes, this guy should obviously call Time Warner and complain. But the moral of this story is that you should probably check out any new hardware you get before using it, especially if it looks like it may be used. You never know what you're going to find.
By a show of hands, how many of your were in Sweden over the weekend watching the five-minute SVT news update at midnight? If you were, you might have seen something a bit ribald on one of the monitors behind anchorman Peter Dahlgren. Apparently some staffers were watching a sporting event on a channel that shows porn after midnight. They forgot to switch the monitor back before the newscast and viewers were treated to some hot, nasty, Czech porn sex. There were no complaints from viewers, but apparently the other media outlets found it quite interesting. All I can keep thinking is that a channel that shows sporting events during the day and pornography at night would probably do really well in the states. I'm not sure why no one has thought of that.
I'll try my best to avoid any jokes involving "hands free" phone accessories here. At any rate, I think we can all agree that there isn't nearly enough pornography. Thankfully, we may soon be able to get it on our cellphones as well. The trend is already taking off in Europe, but cellphone makers in the US have so far refused. However, like anything else that can generate money, it might not take much to convince them. Currently ratings are being drafted for mobile content that would label inappropriate content (that seems a little too convenient, but whatever). In the meantime, companies have formed for the soul purpose of providing either pornographic images or video to mobile phone users. Personally, I like to use my phone to talk to my friends and family, but I guess I'm just weird that way.
I think we can all agree that there isn't nearly enough pornography. Thankfully, Penthouse is making plans to launch both broadcast and video-on-demand networks. Soon we'll be able to choose from a veritable salad bar of porn that includes Playboy, the Spice Channel the Erotic Network, and Animal Planet. Penthouse Media raised $48 million in private funds to pay for the new endeavor.
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