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    coming out party finally hits australia. although they didn't think i am that funny. this, from the country whose biggest comedic achievement is crocodile dundee. screw them!
    "hooking up in the real world," hosted by coral and myself. it ended up pretty good.
    "coming out" stories told by comedians and writers. not a comedy show, per se, but is often funny.

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    Thanks but no thanks. I like living my life Paris-free.

    Matty McMattMatt

    Hmmm...$9.50 to see Paris die. Only if I'm not busy. I will, probably, at some point see this movie, but it won't be soon and it won't be on purpose.


    Speaking of MTV Dan, have you seen Making The Band 3? UGH! "P Diddy" bails out at the last possible second on the girls. What a load of crap that was. (And who ever told him HE could dance? That one skip-slide move he does? PleaSe). So the search continues for more Diddy talent to exploit., lose or draw, Diddy makes bank all along the way.


    I knew we were in trouble when I saw the phrase "Watch Paris Die" used on a promo poster.

    G-Mizzle ... LOL

    Yeah, I heard it was going to suck. Thanks for the advice love. <3


    I love how Paris considers herself an accomplished actress now.


    I liked House of Wax a lot. It did have a slow beginning but it picked up in the end. It was way scary too.

    BTW, do you have any Real World Austin gossip?


    Thanks, bitch. :)


    I agree... House Of Wax sucked, and watching Paris die, was the best part.


    Okay, I'm gonna sound like an uber-bobohead, but I got kind of upset when Wade gets covered in blistering wax. *Sniffle* I mean J.P. is not *that* great an actor, but he looks so innocent, I think I wanted to rescue him. God ... sometimes I worry myself .. Jimmy


    I doubt I'll drag myself to see this even if Paris does die in it. It looks horribly boring. I won't even bother spending my money to rent it. I'll wait until it's free on cable thank you very much!


    you didn't have high expectations for this one.. did you?


    I'm a pretty big fan of the Real World and Road Rules, as well as the challenges. I like to think that they are all, in fact, "real" documentaries. My point is this...this show is clearly scripted and fake. The evidence is in the episode where Robin faces Tina in the Inferno. Once Robin loses, she address her team. Pay attention to her hair. Within the course of one speech, her hair changes multiple times. It is up in a ponytail, then it is not, then it is up in another pony tail with the bottom of the ponytail tied up as well. They its tied up in a ponytail with a big blue ribbon. This scene was clearly filmed on multiple occassions, not at the same time, as the producers realized they needed to make a storyline and be more dramatic. this is a crock of shit if you ask me. be real. dan's probably not even really gay, he just plays it on tv.


    I have ZERO expectations when going to see horror movies, especially one out of the major studios. So I actually enjoyed the movie, there were little things here and there that I liked, I liked the look, the main guy was nice to look at, the girl from The Girl Next Door was likable, and Paris dying was just fun to watch. As far as bad acting goes, I think Paris could have done a lot worse. It was entertaining, I enjoyed it.


    too much achilles tendon/foot stabbing for my taste. horrible movie, blaaaaah

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