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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Tricks and Treats

In celebration of Halloween, here's a roundup of past photos suitable for the season of the witch. Or, you can smell our feet.

Too Soon Theatre: Episode 1

Monday, October 04, 2010

A Pubic Service Announcement

Introducing Barnes & Noble's all-new, self-publishing platform, PubIt! Now, playing publisher all by yourself is one thing, but it's always a good idea to have an editor. Like one who might've steered Sir Shia LaBarnes & Dr. Shecky Noble* away from choosing a horrible name like "PubIt!" because:

1) Shouldn't "PubIt!" rhyme with "cubit"?

2) PubIt? I barely know it!

*I didn't have an editor to fact-check who these "Barnes & Noble" characters really are.

PubIt! may be the most poorly chosen commercial name since the Italian eating hole, Pastagina.

What ever happened to Pastagina? I heard it was good for eating out.

Saturday, October 02, 2010

R.I.P. Stephen J. Cannell

It's a sad time for TV fans, and I'm not referring to the fact that Outsourced and $#*! My Dad Says premiered the other week (no one has any business airing a Twitter-based TV show until there's a sexy Hands in the Air anthology series on Cinemax After Dark, by the way).

Stephen J. Cannell
TV Producer, Creator, Writer
February 5, 1941 - September 30, 2010

Anyway, the real tragedy is that TV producer extraordinaire Stephen J. Cannell passed away last Thursday. He's the televisionary who created such beloved series as The A-Team, 21 Jump Street, The Greatest American Hero, The Rockford Files, Silk Stalkings, Hardcastle and McCormick and just about every other cool '80s and early '90s show that served as counter-programming to Mr. Belvedere and Charles in Charge.

He at least got to live to see the theatrical version of The A-Team this past summer, or at least he'll never see the day when Riptide is turned into a movie.

What's the Sitch?

Last month, I got the opportunity to design the Dancing with the Stars team shirt for Jersey Shore's The Situation and his pro partner Karina Smirnoff.

True story: There were once motion lines by the fist pump 
image inside the crest, but they had to be removed
because it looked  like the fist was pumping...
um, never mind.

Now, it's an honor that I got to design the shirt in the first place, but all my hard work of emulating Ed Hardy paid off like a tattoo of a flaming tiger fighting a dragon in a koi fish pond on sale at the merch table at Criss Angel show. I don't even think that last sentence made sense, but the point is that my work was validated because The Situation himself liked the shirt enough to wear it in public and it was featured on TMZ. The only thing that could make it better would be if TMZ cut to that blond surfer dude in their office and he said something cluelessly profound about it all.

The shirt I designed is now part of the "L" in The Situation's GTL regime!