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Jason Mewes and Alex House on 'Todd and the Book of Pure Evil' Season 2

by Annette Bourdeau, posted Oct 28th 2011 12:30PM
At the moment, Alex House is about as close to nerd heaven as you can get. The rising star of the Space hit 'Todd and the Book of Pure Evil' is chillin' on the lawn outside of Fan Expo 2011, taking in the elaborate costumes alongside his childhood hero and current co-star/real-life buddy, Jason Mewes ('Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back').

The unlikely duo may have 13 years separating them (Mewes is 37, House is 24), but you wouldn't know it by looking at them. Mewes is as fresh-faced and youthful as he was in 'Clerks,' shot 17 years ago when House was just a wee first-grader. The two buds are about to head into the Expo to peruse the finest wares the geek world has to offer. House is particularly intent on finding some elusive 'Game of Thrones' cards, and maybe even an action figure or two.

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Jason Mewes on Playing a High School Janitor in 'Todd and the Book of Pure Evil'

by Annette Bourdeau, posted Sep 27th 2010 9:30PM

Jason Mewes just can't get enough of Canadian TV. After guest-starring with his BFF Kevin Smith on 'Degrassi: The Next Generation,' Mewes returns to the small screen as Jimmy the janitor on the new comedy/horror hybrid 'Todd and the Book of Pure Evil.' The show follows a group of teens at Crowley High as they try to save the school from the impact of a powerful book of evil that grants the wishes of desperate students (with massive consequences, of course).

Mewes is best known for his role as the long-haired Jay in Smith classics like 'Clerks,' 'Mallrats' and 'Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.' He and Smith are keeping their alter egos alive with 'Jay and Silent Bob Get Old,' a weekly podcast recorded at the "SModcastle," the world's first podcast theater, on Santa Monica Boulevard in L.A.

TV Squad caught up with Mewes to chat about filming in Canada, what fans ask him to sing in the streets, and why he may or may not want to guest star on one of his favorite shows, 'CSI: Miami.'

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