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i have two fave moments from this.

1) moby at the ATM

2) my one, off camera line!

paulscheer:

This is awesome and if you watch it maybe Jake will release the DVD extras with my lost scene as guy waiting in line for Star Wars prequel.  

jakefogelnest:

It appears that some of you don’t know the story of my youth. In an effort to provide some backstory, here is a documentary that we made about my life for MTV back in 2005. 

Ten Years Later

Written by Jake Fogelnest and Tom Gianas

Directed by Tom Gianas

Featuring: Jimmy Fallon, Janeane Garofalo, Dave Grohl, Moby, Andy Richter, Rob Riggle, Horatio Sanz, Sarah Silverman and more. 

I fully expect to see this posted to all ‘relevant’ blogs by the time I wake up tomorrow. 

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Aristotle on the sitcom:

Of simple Plots and actions the episodic are the worst.

I call a Plot episodic when there is neither probability nor necessity in the sequence of episodes.

Actions of this sort, bad poets construct through their own fault, and good ones on account of the players.

His work being for public performance, a good poet often stretches out a Plot beyond its capabilities, and is thus obliged to twist the sequence of incident.

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loving this new slow-speed trend.  this one is also aided by a creepy song (the theme to the original Troll film)

YES!

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These days I only dress as a pirate when I masturbate.

These days I only dress as a pirate when I masturbate.

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COME SEE MY SHOW, PLEASE!
Infamous New York storyteller Curtis Gwinn brings his surreal, true life tales to the UCB in Los Angeles.
Over the past decade, Curtis developed a cult following in NYC for his honest and explosively hilarious stories based on his life as a homeless teenager, hopeless romantic, and drug taking idiot. See the show, and finally understand why he’s such a god damned weirdo.Curtis has been performing in New York and Los Angeles for the past ten years, and has acted and written for such comedy powerhouses as, Human Giant, The Onion News Network and his very own Adult Swim series, Fat Guy Stuck in Internet.

COME SEE MY SHOW, PLEASE!

Infamous New York storyteller Curtis Gwinn brings his surreal, true life tales to the UCB in Los Angeles.

Over the past decade, Curtis developed a cult following in NYC for his honest and explosively hilarious stories based on his life as a homeless teenager, hopeless romantic, and drug taking idiot. See the show, and finally understand why he’s such a god damned weirdo.

Curtis has been performing in New York and Los Angeles for the past ten years, and has acted and written for such comedy powerhouses as, Human Giant, The Onion News Network and his very own Adult Swim series, Fat Guy Stuck in Internet.

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My good friend Adam Pally, preparing for his role in, Step Up 4-D!

My good friend Adam Pally, preparing for his role in, Step Up 4-D!

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http://www.okcurmudgeon.com/

this is the link to my new one man dating site.  

spread it around.

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Egads!
gypsyville:

happy friday + the truth about gravity
[this kid just made my day + i can’t stop laughing]

Egads!

gypsyville:

happy friday + the truth about gravity

[this kid just made my day + i can’t stop laughing]

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thank you jake fogelnest!!!!

jakefogelnest:

I’ll just leave this here.

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What up with the swarms of bees in LA?  This is the 3rd swarm I’ve seen in 3 months!

What up with the swarms of bees in LA?  This is the 3rd swarm I’ve seen in 3 months!

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http://www.laweekly.com/2010-04-29/calendar/you-your-fucked-up-family/

This is a quick LA Weekly write up of the West Coast version of Death by Roo Roo’s, Fucked Up Family!

Coast to coast, motherhumpers!

Come see us!

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Q:  Should I just give up on life and dye my facial hair Laker’s purple and gold?

A:  Trick question!  I’ve already given up!

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This past Saturday I went to the Wizard Con, in Anaheim, California, which is a comic-book/sci-fi/fantasy convention. I entered their costume contest as, Count Mummenstein, a Mummy/Frankenstein hybrid who was also bitten by a vampire.
I won best costume, Zombie Division.
I felt a little badly, since many of the contestants had clearly spent decades crafting the perfect, Halo, Cat-Woman or Death Thing from Hellboy 2 costume.  So I gave my prize to one of the dudes who lost.  Seemed only right.
To be fair, wardrobe babes Alisha Silverstein and Lauren Kolodny made the costume.
But still, I think I brought a a winner’s vibe to the whole thing.

This past Saturday I went to the Wizard Con, in Anaheim, California, which is a comic-book/sci-fi/fantasy convention. I entered their costume contest as, Count Mummenstein, a Mummy/Frankenstein hybrid who was also bitten by a vampire.

I won best costume, Zombie Division.

I felt a little badly, since many of the contestants had clearly spent decades crafting the perfect, Halo, Cat-Woman or Death Thing from Hellboy 2 costume.  So I gave my prize to one of the dudes who lost.  Seemed only right.

To be fair, wardrobe babes Alisha Silverstein and Lauren Kolodny made the costume.

But still, I think I brought a a winner’s vibe to the whole thing.

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Fare thee well, FBK!!

Fare thee well, FBK!!

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Fat, boozy Kirk wears saggy black jeans and new balance cross trainers.

Fat, boozy Kirk wears saggy black jeans and new balance cross trainers.

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