Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Shithead, Jul 27, 2016.
It has to be really exhausting being his neighbor. I almost believe this is some long-con, Joaquin Phoenix shit.
i liked him as Cousin Eddie
Hagrid really let himself go.
It looks like that was filmed at a homeless camp in a vacant lot somewhere..
Home of most Bernie supporters
Is he going to try and submit an absentee ballot?
I'm completely convinced that people who are attracted to the acting field are all dormant nutcases.
Poor cousin Ed
When they show that movie on commercial TV, they actually Photoshop Cousin Eddie's pants another color to hide his pee-pee bulge in the white pants!
Cousin Eddie's obliviousness is the best part.
With the DNC going on, this phrase is certainly appropriate:
Funny story about that from some message board...
"Tonight, I just finished watching the purchased DVD of "Christmas Vacation" with its bonus commentary featuring the never-before-told stories behind making that movie. And Randy Quaid was among those speaking (along with Beverly D'Angelo, Miriam Flynn, and Johnny Galecki.)
There were several references to Quaid slipping a bottle into his pants several times during the movie. The producers discussed the "gag effect" which Quaid came up with himself at the last minute since the costumer had planned to fit Quaid's character with clothing way too small (he played Griswald's impoverished cousin who was living in an old motor home). Apparently Quaid tried the effect once in a scene to see what the producers would think (assuming they wouldn't go for it) Instead, Quaid was allowed to continue using the inserted prop in several additional scenes, but it was that shopping sequence that became a true lasting memory for sure.
These actors' commentary "was looped" over the entire movie as a bonus feature with the DVD set and there were several occasions when Quaid (along with the others) quipped whether "that bottle" was being used or not. There was a lot of giddy laughter from this group over this. Finally, Quaid remarked toward the end that he really had hoped "viewers would believe it was all naturally him and not fake at all. etc." Then---even more laughter from the actors. "
He's a talented, versatile actor. Check out "The Last Detail"--he's only 23, holds his own with Jack Nicholson, and got nominated for Best Supporting Actor.
He was also excellent in "Brokeback Mountain," one of his last really good roles before he went off the rails.
Thanks for that!! It's one of my favorite movies ever
Cousin Eddie was, ironically, more normal.