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Charles Nelson Reilly kicked the holy living s*$& out of me

by Danny Gallagher, posted Aug 6th 2009 9:02AM

He once saved a crowded school bus from falling off of a cliff ... using only a scarf.

Firefighters blamed him for the Laguna Wildfire when his Aviator sunglasses came in contact with the sun.

People stop and stare at every word he writes, particularly when he writes "boobs."

He is the most interesting man in the world. And his name is Charles Nelson Reilly. The actor, comedian, director and Match Game fixture has been posthumously immortalized by comedy musician "Weird Al" Yankovic in a new hilarious online single called "CNR".

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Encyclopedia Britannica guy really loves naked girls - VIDEO

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 15th 2007 1:39PM

Remember those commercials for the Encyclopedia Britannica, the ones that ran in the late 80s and early 90s and featured the kid with blond hair and glasses? His name is Donavan Freberg, son of veteran advertising man and comic Stan Freberg, and he's still in the business. He's done voiceover work (Charlie Brown and Linus in various commercials, The Weird Al Show, cartoons), is an artist and filmmaker, and he has a blog that has acheived some cult status.

Now, you'll want to click on that link above but please note that the guy loves boobs. No, I mean he really loves them, and I counted approximately 11,000 pics of naked women on the front page alone. But it's an interesting site.

One bit of trivia: he didn't even have a name until he was five years old. He was just called "Baby Boy" for the first 5 years of his life. After the jump, one of the commercials.

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Watch Weird Al

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 9th 2006 11:02AM
weird alAmelie over at The Hater found a full episode of The Weird Al Show on YouTube. I've posted it after the jump so everyone can enjoy it until somebody finds out and takes it off of YouTube. This was the Saturday morning kids' show Al did for CBS in the late 90s, which was around the time I was starting to get over an infatuation with his music that had pretty much dictated my musical tastes for the better part of my early years. You can actually buy the entire series on DVD when it comes out on August 15, but this is a nice preview. Lenny and Squiggy themselves, Michael McKean and David L. Lander, appear as miners. Listen for special guest voices Emo Philips and Billy West in the "Fatman" cartoon segment. Enjoy for now:

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