Over Did it

I was too hungover yesterday to upload pictures from Darth Jayderr’s birthday party in Philadelphia.  I was pretty drunk and spent the majority of the night doing a Pee Wee Herman dance.  On Saturday morning, I had watched the Blues Brothers with Winston and I noticed that Pee Wee Herman was in the movie, he was a waiter at the fancy restaurant where John Belushi offers to buy the little girl.   I wasn’t positive that it was Pee Wee Herman, so I went to the greatest movie website ever to confirm, www.imdb.com

The site confirmed that it was Pee Wee, but what was even more interesting, it looks like he’s developing a new Pee Wee’s Playhouse movie that is slated to come out in 2009.   I danced my ass off for Pee Wee on Saturday. 

In other news, I won the Madden tournament amongst my friends.  It looks like we’re debating whether our next game is going to be NHL Hockey or Tiger Woods golf. 

3 thoughts on “Over Did it

  1. It’s impossible to out-do his Big Adventure. How can you create a movie after the Pee-Wee craze? The timing is retarded. I can imagine the demographic that the marketing will aim for… 30-something stoners. That sounds like a lucrative audience.Congrats on the Madden tourny. Is there an official hand-off of the trophy? I’d like to be at that photo op.


  2. I’m glad you represted the Her-Man in Philly. While you were doing that I was represting my Pee Wee at an X Rated Movie Theatre. Also I am actually not making a new Pee Wee movie. We put that on there as a joke to see if anybody would actually look me up. You are the first sucker. Sucker! THE WORD OF THE DAY!!! WOOO HOOOOOOO!!! SUCKER!!!! Huh HAA!Pee Wee


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