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Sunday, April 30, 2006

Street Magic

Last weekend, magician David Copperfield was the victim of an attempted robbery as he and his two assistants were returning to their tour bus after a post-show dinner. Copperfield's assistants lost their belongings to the thieves, but David used sleight of hand to trick the robbers into thinking he was empty handed. Put that in your gothic gloompipe and smoke it, Criss Angel!

The thieves were eventually apprehended, and as far as I'm concerned, they owe David the price of admission to his magic show since they got front row seats to his abracadbra-niciousness.

So, what exactly happened that magical night? Presto! Here's a dramatization...

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Podcast Episode #005: Snakes on a Plane

We just gave birth to our fifth podcast, and we've named it Suri! This very special episode features us performing a live song we wrote on the fly for the upcoming film, Snakes on a Plane. There are also lots of twisted topics of conversation and a bonus song secretly recorded by Jason at the end of the show.

Check it out and search for Episode #005 at the iTunes Music Store or other podcast places to subscribe now!

From left to right: Steve, Chris, Jenni and Jason
Not pictured: Rhythm, Musical Talent

Episode 005: April 2006 - The gang writes a song for the upcoming Samuel L. Jackson film, "Snakes on a Plane." Hear the tune while the patented "Fun Week" begins and we learn of a unicorn named Chauncey O'Horn. What?!

Monday, April 24, 2006

The Power to Blow You Away

The Superman Returns merch has started hitting shelves, prompting polite chuckles (building to riotous laughter) every time Jason, Steve and I go into a toy store or comic shop.

As painfully awkward and unbecoming as the redesigned Superduds are on handsome Mr. Brandon Routh (Since when is Superman's cape freakin' maroon? Wha's wif the li'l S-Shield? Is the whole outfit really made of S-textured material? [It is S-textured material. It is. Good lord.] Must he wear a hip-slung belt with yet another S-shield? How many "S"es does this motherfucker need on his costume?), they look even worse on a wee plastic figure, possibly 'cause everyone knows what the costume on Superman toy should look like, and baby, this ain't it.

On our latest visit to one of the comic book stores we go to alla time we took a look at the figs and were delighted to find the Super Breath Superman figure, a plastic celebration of what is arguably Superman's least-sexy superpower. It features real blowing action and a cardboard figure of Lex Luthor to, ahem, blow. Down. Blow down. Blow down Lex! Yeah.

Immediately all three of us thought of the hours of photographic fun we could have with the puffy-cheeked plaything, and we knew we needed one. We'll be slowly rolling out the pics we take until the movie comes out or we get bored with it, whichever comes first.

Here's our first set of Superpics.

It's actually almost like a story.

Welcome back, Superman!

Mmmm. Strawberry. Luckily, my brain of steel is impervious to brainfreeze. Wait a minute! My supervision has spotted something!

Whooo-ee, boy. Batchicks are like, totally frigid. I wonder what Power Girl's doing right now. She ain't my cousin and I ain't complaining.

Jason, Steve and Jenni collaborated on the concepts and photos.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Fire in the Hole

Normally, I don't comment on news stories. But hell, I've been slacking hard on the blog and besides, this is one of the best stories, like, ever.

A woman tried to smuggle a live grenade and marijuana into a prison in El Salvador. That's a good story right there, but not very Jennitastic. There must be more. And there is! How did this lady manage such a trick? That's right, her vagina.

No, she didn't just stick a baggie with weed and a grenade in her slot. She shoved a 10" x 4" cylinder in her pusspuss. I'm not sure what those dimensions mean in the cylinder world exactly, but I think it might be the rough equivalent of a Pringles canister.

The story says they weren't sure what prompted officials to check the woman before she met as scheduled with two inmates. Depending on this lady's history and um, talents, it was probably her facial expression, which was either a big ol' Pringles can in my coochie grin, or a big ol' Pringles can in my coochie grimace.

I think this lady has a future in adult entertainment. Forget ping pong balls, this broad can serve up tennis balls, can and all.

Thanks to Deitri for sending me this story.

I'm not sure what I mean by the image of the stuffed Eiffel Tower taking a faux Pringles can in the elevator shaft, either--but my Barbies wouldn't pose for the shot.

Sunday, April 16, 2006

Happy Alien Easter

Beware of bad eggs

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Holy Moses & Other Crazy Baby Names!

Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay's Chris Martin just welcomed their second child this weekend, so now li'l Apple has a new baby brother named Moses. And now Nicolas Cage's new baby Kal-El will have someone to share the ridicule served up by more normal-named Hollywood kids like "Scout," "Rumer" and "Frankie Muniz."

Baby Moses, it turns out, was named after a Coldplay song that Chris wrote for Gwyneth. I guess the kid could've been named "Clocks" or "Yellow," but I still love how stoopid the tot's name is. To that end, I'm presenting a list of potential baby names for the current batch of stars who have buns in the ovens. And like Moses, these baby monikers are named after movies or other stuff by the celeb parents.

Tomb Raider Pitt? Collateral Cruise?


Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie
The Mexican
Johnny Suede
Tomb Raider
Mr. Smith
Mrs. Smith
The Bone Collector

Katie Holmes & Tom Cruise
Mrs. Tingle
The Firm
First Daughter
Rain Man
Vanilla Sky

Gwen Stefani & Gavin Rossdale

Rachel Weisz & Darren Aronofsky
The Mummy
The Mummy Returns

Mariska Hargitay & Some Random Dude
Law & Order (in the event of twins)
Law & Order: SVU (in the event of twins & a spin-off)

Donut Break

Taken outside of Randy's Donuts, Inglewood, CA

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Sigmund the Seamonster's Haircut

Edward Scissorhands trims the tresses before Johnny Blowdryerfists dries the 'do.

Sunday, April 02, 2006

X-Men 3 Tribute: Part Two

X-Men: The Last Stand is hitting movie screens on May 23, and it's time for another installment of our toy tributes to the sequel's poster campaign. Our first homage was to Wolverine, and today it's Rogue's turn. Check back later to see our tributes to Storm and Jean Grey/Phoenix in the coming weeks.