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dickhouse productions's Profile dickhouse productions posted an entry thanks and lovedickhouse
"My central memory of that time seems to hang on one or five or maybe forty nights—or very early mornings—when I left the Fillmore half-crazy and, instead of going home, aimed the big 650 Lightning across the Bay Bridge at a hundred miles an hour wearing L.L. Bean shorts and a Butte sheepherder's jacket … booming through the Treasure Island tunnel at the lights of Oakland and Berkeley and Richmond, not quite sure which turn-off to take when I got to the other end (always stalling at the toll-gate, too twisted to find neutral while I fumbled for change) … but being absolutely certain that no matter which way I went I would come to a place where people were just as high and wild as I was: No doubt at all about that.... There was madness in any direction, at any hour. If not across the Bay, then up the Golden Gate or down 101 to Los Altos or La Honda.... You could strike sparks anywhere. There was a fantastic universal sense that whatever we were doing was right, that we were winning.... And that, I think, was the handle—that sense of inevitable victory over the forces of Old and Evil. Not in any military sense; we didn't need that. Our energy would simply prevail. There was no point in fighting—on our side or theirs. We had all the momentum; we were riding the crest of a high and beautiful wave.... So now, less than five years later, you can go up on a steep hill in Las Vegas and look West, and with the right kind of eyes you can almost see the high-water mark—that place where the wave finally broke and rolled back." —Hunter S. Thompson Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Photo by Jaime Owens; Chris Pontius, Rick Kosick, Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, and Jeff Tremaine discussing the game plan for the "Body in Trunk" prank; Los Angeles, California 2000) "My central memory of that time seems to hang on one or five or maybe forty nights—or very early mornings—when I left the Fillmore half-crazy and, instead of going home, aimed the big 650 Lightning across the Bay Bridge at a hundred miles an hour wearing L.L. Bean shorts and a Butte sheepherder's jacket … booming through the Treasure Island tunnel at the lights of Oakland and Berkeley and Richmond, not quite sure which turn-off to take when I got to the other end (always stalling at the toll-gate, too twisted to find neutral while I fumbled for change) … but being absolutely certain that no matter which way I went I would come to a place where people were just as high and wild as I was: No doubt at all about that.... There was madness in any direction, at any hour. If not across the Bay, then up the Golden Gate or down 101 to Los Altos or La Honda.... You could strike sparks anywhere. There was a fantastic universal sense that whatever we were doing was right, that we were winning.... And that, I think, was the handle—that sense of inevitable victory over the forces of Old and Evil. Not in any military sense; we didn't need that. Our energy would simply prevail. There was no point in fighting—on our side or theirs. We had all the momentum; we were riding the crest of a high and beautiful wave.... So now, less than five years later, you can go up on a steep hill in Las Vegas and look West, and with the right kind of eyes you can almost see the high-water mark—that place where the wave finally broke and rolled back." —Hunter S. Thompson Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Photo by Jaime Owens; Chris Pontius, Rick Kosick, Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, and Jeff Tremaine discussing the game plan for the "Body in Trunk" prank; Los Angeles, California 2000)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry amarcord...dickhouse
A Fellini reference on this site is just about as obscure as, well, anything else found in the archives since this site first went live-ish in September 2010, but... I remember just the same. Fourteen years ago, maybe to the week but more likely within a month if we're tossing horseshoes and hand grenades around the backyard here, the pilot tape for a little show called jackass was tossed in a briefcase, handcuffed to the wrist of Loomis Fall, and delivered to the MTV development office of John Miller in Santa Monica, California. The show was the brainchild of Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze, and it grew out of a fun dumb world we all knew and loved to live in. It was the little joke that could, did, and even went on to the big screen—again, and again, and again—and the unintentional four-year plan made for some of the best and most memorable years of my life, each project a freight train of family reunion craziness that you never wanted to end, any and all derailments included. For me, the next stop has and always will be the fantasy Twilight Zone 'hood that holds the promise of absurdly good times just around the bend, where the only thought ever is to have a good time all the time... "Next stop, Willoughby!" —Sean Cliver (Photo by Sean Cliver; 2013)[...] A Fellini reference on this site is just about as obscure as, well, anything else found in the archives since this site first went live-ish in September 2010, but... I remember just the same. Fourteen years ago, maybe to the week but more likely within a month if we're tossing horseshoes and hand grenades around the backyard here, the pilot tape for a little show called jackass was tossed in a briefcase, handcuffed to the wrist of Loomis Fall, and delivered to the MTV development office of John Miller in Santa Monica, California. The show was the brainchild of Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze, and it grew out of a fun dumb world we all knew and loved to live in. It was the little joke that could, did, and even went on to the big screen—again, and again, and again—and the unintentional four-year plan made for some of the best and most memorable years of my life, each project a freight train of family reunion craziness that you never wanted to end, any and all derailments included. For me, the next stop has and always will be the fantasy Twilight Zone 'hood that holds the promise of absurdly good times just around the bend, where the only thought ever is to have a good time all the time... "Next stop, Willoughby!" —Sean Cliver (Photo by Sean Cliver; 2013)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry how to get your jackass and dickhouse t-shirtsdickhouse
It's been a while since we've done a basic "how to" (not counting the one quickly seen in the opening sequence of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa while Irving is seen perving and flipping through the magazine in the doctor's office lobby), so let's breakdown the incredibly difficult process that it is to find and order both jackass and dickhouse apparel items on the Interweb: Step 1: Make up your goddamn mind and decide whether you want to rep the skull or take back the rainbow. Step 2: If you like your icons clean and simple, go to www.merchmethod.com/jackass; or, if you aren't afraid to go full blown ROYGBIV, try www.merchmethod.com/dickhouse. Step 3: Peruse the selection hard—so hard—and fill your shopping cart accordingly. Step 4: Pay to play. Step 5: Go outside, watch the skies, twiddle your thumbs, work the shaft, cradle the balls, fiddle the bean, or do whatever it is that you must do to span time until your shipment of product arrives. Step 6: Rinse and repeat the process as many times as necessary until your credit score tilts. It's been a while since we've done a basic "how to" (not counting the one quickly seen in the opening sequence of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa while Irving is seen perving and flipping through the magazine in the doctor's office lobby), so let's breakdown the incredibly difficult process that it is to find and order both jackass and dickhouse apparel items on the Interweb: Step 1: Make up your goddamn mind and decide whether you want to rep the skull or take back the rainbow. Step 2: If you like your icons clean and simple, go to www.merchmethod.com/jackass; or, if you aren't afraid to go full blown ROYGBIV, try www.merchmethod.com/dickhouse. Step 3: Peruse the selection hard—so hard—and fill your shopping cart accordingly. Step 4: Pay to play. Step 5: Go outside, watch the skies, twiddle your thumbs, work the shaft, cradle the balls, fiddle the bean, or do whatever it is that you must do to span time until your shipment of product arrives. Step 6: Rinse and repeat the process as many times as necessary until your credit score tilts.[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry bad grandpa vs. bad grandmadickhouse
Who would have ever guessed that Irving Zisman was on the cutting edge of social media trends to come when he first debuted as a simple pratfall character of Johnny Knoxville's on the jackass TV show in 2001. For that matter, in back-to-rhetorical-back, who would have ever guessed that 12 years later he would let all 12-inches (and more!) hang out on the big screen, as Irving waltzed through a swatch of middle-ish America leaving a lopsided trail of empty bottles to broken hearts and a number one box office movie in his wake. Now if he'd only known then about Baddie Winkle and her whereabouts, who knows where the story would have gone or if the film would ever have seen completion. No doubt Billy, a/k/a Jackson Nicoll, would've spent a hell of a lot more time alone in the hotel room if Irving had found her on Instagram—then again, it looks like our fun-size co-star has been doing his own fair amount of Insta-sharing, too! Bad to the degenerative bone marrow? Too fast for elderly love? Kickstart your pacemaker heart with Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa in full UNRATED Blu-ray/DVD glory. Who would have ever guessed that Irving Zisman was on the cutting edge of social media trends to come when he first debuted as a simple pratfall character of Johnny Knoxville's on the jackass TV show in 2001. For that matter, in back-to-rhetorical-back, who would have ever guessed that 12 years later he would let all 12-inches (and more!) hang out on the big screen, as Irving waltzed through a swatch of middle-ish America leaving a lopsided trail of empty bottles to broken hearts and a number one box office movie in his wake. Now if he'd only known then about Baddie Winkle and her whereabouts, who knows where the story would have gone or if the film would ever have seen completion. No doubt Billy, a/k/a Jackson Nicoll, would've spent a hell of a lot more time alone in the hotel room if Irving had found her on Instagram—then again, it looks like our fun-size co-star has been doing his own fair amount of Insta-sharing, too! Bad to the degenerative bone marrow? Too fast for elderly love? Kickstart your pacemaker heart with Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa in full UNRATED Blu-ray/DVD glory.[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry bringing that jellyfish beat backdickhouse

One of my very favorite tapes to return from the field during the oh so green grass roots days of the jackass television show(image) in 2001 involved Steve-O bobbing for jellyfish with Manny Puig and the incidental yarmulka that spun out of it. Steve-O recently reprised this Cnidaria encounter while on surfari in Peru, where he took the concept of sombrero fallout to a whole new ridiculously awesome level with some industrial-sized jellies...

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One of my very favorite tapes to return from the field during the oh so green grass roots days of the jackass television show(image) in 2001 involved Steve-O bobbing for jellyfish with Manny Puig and the incidental yarmulka that spun out of it. Steve-O recently reprised this Cnidaria encounter while on surfari in Peru, where he took the concept of sombrero fallout to a whole new ridiculously awesome level with some industrial-sized jellies...

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dickhouse productions posted an entry the poo song!dickhouse
  Okay, so you know things are bad when you have to remind people that the perfect place for poo—unless you are a professional or number one box office movie actor—is in the loo, especially when having to do so through animated song and verse. Such is the case in India though, where it's not at all uncommon to see someone drop trou to leave a road/curbside deuce. Oddly, none of our own company did any such thing on-camera during the Wildboyz (2004) and jackass number two (2006) excursions, but plenty blew out off-camera—and in any available restroom—as the various stomachs of the cast and crew duked it out with India's indigenous food-borne bacteria. No, not even Dave England himself stepped up to do what he poos best, but who knows, maybe this was due to stiff native competition like the Aghoris, who pretty much take the cake in all crappy aspects. No one enjoyed that little cultural meet-and-greet, so little so that they fled the set, but it sure was nice to see Dave get a table-turned taste of Darf-ish behavior while it lasted! allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/_Pj4L7C2twI?rel=0" width="640"> (Photo by Sean Cliver; India 2006) Related articles preston makes a poo! photo of the dayarrhea: dave england [...]   Okay, so you know things are bad when you have to remind people that the perfect place for poo—unless you are a professional or number one box office movie actor—is in the loo, especially when having to do so through animated song and verse. Such is the case in India though, where it's not at all uncommon to see someone drop trou to leave a road/curbside deuce. Oddly, none of our own company did any such thing on-camera during the Wildboyz (2004) and jackass number two (2006) excursions, but plenty blew out off-camera—and in any available restroom—as the various stomachs of the cast and crew duked it out with India's indigenous food-borne bacteria. No, not even Dave England himself stepped up to do what he poos best, but who knows, maybe this was due to stiff native competition like the Aghoris, who pretty much take the cake in all crappy aspects. No one enjoyed that little cultural meet-and-greet, so little so that they fled the set, but it sure was nice to see Dave get a table-turned taste of Darf-ish behavior while it lasted! allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/_Pj4L7C2twI?rel=0" width="640"> (Photo by Sean Cliver; India 2006) Related articles preston makes a poo! photo of the dayarrhea: dave england [...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry the wildboyz re-celebrate earth day!dickhouse
Rebate! We get a rebate! The past several days we have been held hostage to Typepad issues beyond our control, so the Wildboyz were not able to celebrate Earth Day along with everyone else. And who better than the Wildboyz to do so, intrepid world travelers and absurd ambassadors that they are—or were, I guess, if we're going to get all technical about it, but fuck it. The spirit of the Wildboyz will live on forever and that is all that matters in this digital day and age; or, in other words, punk was cool, too bad you missed it, but you will always be able to enjoy the Wildboyz with Season 1, Season 2, and the collected Seasons 3 & 4 on DVD and VOD! The Earth will be merchandised. Related articles fleshback friday: the wildboyz wildboyz throwback thursday! a wildboyz circle of life wildboyz throwback thursday... zero gravity! [...] Rebate! We get a rebate! The past several days we have been held hostage to Typepad issues beyond our control, so the Wildboyz were not able to celebrate Earth Day along with everyone else. And who better than the Wildboyz to do so, intrepid world travelers and absurd ambassadors that they are—or were, I guess, if we're going to get all technical about it, but fuck it. The spirit of the Wildboyz will live on forever and that is all that matters in this digital day and age; or, in other words, punk was cool, too bad you missed it, but you will always be able to enjoy the Wildboyz with Season 1, Season 2, and the collected Seasons 3 & 4 on DVD and VOD! The Earth will be merchandised. Related articles fleshback friday: the wildboyz wildboyz throwback thursday! a wildboyz circle of life wildboyz throwback thursday... zero gravity! [...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry check out wee man's dvs shoe commercialdickhouse

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Here's a little old school, all in good fun, throwback nod to the early days of jackass, as Wee Man stars in a DVS shoe commercial directed and filmed by Rick Kosick. Drive by appearances are made by Dave England and professional skateboarders Daewon Song and Torey Pudwill, while the one and only Preston Lacy holds down the anchor spot.

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Here's a little old school, all in good fun, throwback nod to the early days of jackass, as Wee Man stars in a DVS shoe commercial directed and filmed by Rick Kosick. Drive by appearances are made by Dave England and professional skateboarders Daewon Song and Torey Pudwill, while the one and only Preston Lacy holds down the anchor spot.

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dickhouse productions posted an entry follow loiter squad on facebookdickhouse

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With the third season coming up hard and fast on Adult Swim, Loiter Squad splurged on an all-new official presence on Facebook. Find them here at facebook.com/loitersquadofficial and click the now iconic thumb to feed on all things Loiter Squad, including updates, tune-ins, videos, promotional events, and tigers. RAWR!

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With the third season coming up hard and fast on Adult Swim, Loiter Squad splurged on an all-new official presence on Facebook. Find them here at facebook.com/loitersquadofficial and click the now iconic thumb to feed on all things Loiter Squad, including updates, tune-ins, videos, promotional events, and tigers. RAWR!




dickhouse productions posted an entry live facebook chat with wee man... tomorrow!dickhouse

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Our HMIC will be signing into the online house tomorrow, Thursday, April 17, when Wee Man hosts a live—LIVE!—Facebook chat from 3–4pm PST in support of his new DVS signature shoe release. Wee Man be Facebooking live from the DVS headquarters, where he'll be "answering questions about skateboarding and life with the jackass crew," just like it says above to drive the point home twice. We'll also be posting a new video featuring Wee Man and a few of his friends that was directed and shot by Rick Kosick, so look for that tomorrow afternoon as well! Tune in here for all the hot chat action at facebook.com/dvsshoes.

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Our HMIC will be signing into the online house tomorrow, Thursday, April 17, when Wee Man hosts a live—LIVE!—Facebook chat from 3–4pm PST in support of his new DVS signature shoe release. Wee Man be Facebooking live from the DVS headquarters, where he'll be "answering questions about skateboarding and life with the jackass crew," just like it says above to drive the point home twice. We'll also be posting a new video featuring Wee Man and a few of his friends that was directed and shot by Rick Kosick, so look for that tomorrow afternoon as well! Tune in here for all the hot chat action at facebook.com/dvsshoes.




dickhouse productions posted an entry behold... the blood moon!dickhouse
Since every sister, brother, and all those other sisters and brothers from different mothers are posting amateur hour shots of last night's stellar celestial event, a/k/a the #BloodMoon as it's more trendily known in social nitwit circles, I am more than slap happy to present our very own entry to the bloody moon fray. Actually, ours, or rather Dave England's, is more of a "mud blood moon," which gives us an even greater leg up in the social world because of its mixed-race Harry Potter connotation, and isn't that little blue Shmoo just the cutest thing ever? Much more so than Dave's hairy nutter, which though it ain't much (half than most!) just doesn't need to be seen to not be appreciated. Firehose black-and-blues? Glory, glory hole to screw you? A life without jackass number two on the shelf is a life not lived, so reaffirm yours today on amazon.com. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Lake Piru, California 2006) Since every sister, brother, and all those other sisters and brothers from different mothers are posting amateur hour shots of last night's stellar celestial event, a/k/a the #BloodMoon as it's more trendily known in social nitwit circles, I am more than slap happy to present our very own entry to the bloody moon fray. Actually, ours, or rather Dave England's, is more of a "mud blood moon," which gives us an even greater leg up in the social world because of its mixed-race Harry Potter connotation, and isn't that little blue Shmoo just the cutest thing ever? Much more so than Dave's hairy nutter, which though it ain't much (half than most!) just doesn't need to be seen to not be appreciated. Firehose black-and-blues? Glory, glory hole to screw you? A life without jackass number two on the shelf is a life not lived, so reaffirm yours today on amazon.com. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Lake Piru, California 2006)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry tonight on tbs... bam's bad ass game show!dickhouse

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Just a friendly neighborhood reminder that Bam's Bad-Ass Game Show premieres tonight on the TBS. Be sure to tune in at 10:30/9:30 C to see his contestants go for broke in the pursuit of dollars, or, hell, get the full monty preview right here, right now, in real instant gratification mode:

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Just a friendly neighborhood reminder that Bam's Bad-Ass Game Show premieres tonight on the TBS. Be sure to tune in at 10:30/9:30 C to see his contestants go for broke in the pursuit of dollars, or, hell, get the full monty preview right here, right now, in real instant gratification mode:

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dickhouse productions posted an entry the gas manatees pass vs. dave england's assdickhouse

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Underwater explosions! These tiny bubbles take me back to a jackass(image) time in 2006 when the boys were all gathered around Johnny Knoxville's bathtub trying to light forcibly expelled bursts of gas. Yes, I have to add that modifier there, because prior to the scheduled shoot no one had any natural gas on hand (or on dock in the ass), so a large degree of cabbage-cramming ensued between Bam Margera, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, Chris Pontius, and Dave England. A half-hour and several heads later, the guys hit the tub with verve,  But with great force comes great risk, especially when Dave is involved, and so it came to pass from his ass when some packing material flew out with his flatulence. Hmm. Who didn't see that one coming? On that note, here's a manatee farting:

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(Photos by Sean Cliver; Hollywood, California 2006)

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Underwater explosions! These tiny bubbles take me back to a jackass(image) time in 2006 when the boys were all gathered around Johnny Knoxville's bathtub trying to light forcibly expelled bursts of gas. Yes, I have to add that modifier there, because prior to the scheduled shoot no one had any natural gas on hand (or on dock in the ass), so a large degree of cabbage-cramming ensued between Bam Margera, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, Chris Pontius, and Dave England. A half-hour and several heads later, the guys hit the tub with verve,  But with great force comes great risk, especially when Dave is involved, and so it came to pass from his ass when some packing material flew out with his flatulence. Hmm. Who didn't see that one coming? On that note, here's a manatee farting:

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(Photos by Sean Cliver; Hollywood, California 2006)




dickhouse productions posted an entry the dudesons on the youtubesdickhouse
Remember the days when you'd have to scour the fanzines and bulletin boards for fifth generation copies of hard-to-find shit on VHS? No? Not surprised. I can barely remember them nowadays, too. Need a historical fact? Google. Trying to remember that obscure actor's name in that even more obscure movie? IMDB. Desire a quick giggle? YouTube. And that's where we are today in support of our good friends the Dudesons. They've been seeding their YouTube channel with videos new and old from all corners of their worldly travels. In fact, here's one of the more amazing bull flips to be seen, and it's taken from their blitzkrieg on American soil, circa 2009, while filming for Dudesons in America. Johnny Knoxville makes a special guest appearance in the most unlikely of spots at the Leffew ranch: spectating outside the ring! Find a whole lot Finnish more here: www.youtube.com/user/DudesonsPage allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/DWMsV_Op1Ug?rel=0" width="853"> Related articles the nickelodeon kids' choice slime rodeo event this one goes out to jukka... Remember the days when you'd have to scour the fanzines and bulletin boards for fifth generation copies of hard-to-find shit on VHS? No? Not surprised. I can barely remember them nowadays, too. Need a historical fact? Google. Trying to remember that obscure actor's name in that even more obscure movie? IMDB. Desire a quick giggle? YouTube. And that's where we are today in support of our good friends the Dudesons. They've been seeding their YouTube channel with videos new and old from all corners of their worldly travels. In fact, here's one of the more amazing bull flips to be seen, and it's taken from their blitzkrieg on American soil, circa 2009, while filming for Dudesons in America. Johnny Knoxville makes a special guest appearance in the most unlikely of spots at the Leffew ranch: spectating outside the ring! Find a whole lot Finnish more here: www.youtube.com/user/DudesonsPage allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/DWMsV_Op1Ug?rel=0" width="853"> Related articles the nickelodeon kids' choice slime rodeo event this one goes out to jukka... [...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry coming soon: bam's bad ass game showdickhouse

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Bam's Bad Ass Game Show debuts on TBS this coming Monday, April 14th, at 10:30/9:30C. Each week the contestants will go full-blown running man in a series of wacky stunts for a chance to cop $10,000.00. Look for some familiar faces in Bam's on-camera crew, as Brandon Novak and artisan of the absurd Seth Meisterman (shown exiting stage frame right in the photo above) join in on the design, implementation, and demonstration of the various challenges that contestants must endure in their quest for cash. To learn more about Bam's new show, check out the teaser trailer below and then click this big-time link: www.tbs.com/shows/bams-bad-ass-game-show

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Bam's Bad Ass Game Show debuts on TBS this coming Monday, April 14th, at 10:30/9:30C. Each week the contestants will go full-blown running man in a series of wacky stunts for a chance to cop $10,000.00. Look for some familiar faces in Bam's on-camera crew, as Brandon Novak and artisan of the absurd Seth Meisterman (shown exiting stage frame right in the photo above) join in on the design, implementation, and demonstration of the various challenges that contestants must endure in their quest for cash. To learn more about Bam's new show, check out the teaser trailer below and then click this big-time link: www.tbs.com/shows/bams-bad-ass-game-show

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dickhouse productions posted an entry in praise of mickey rooney...dickhouse
Though we never worked with Mickey Rooney, the late great actor from the Golden Age of Hollywood who passed away the other day at the age of 93, we did collaborate with his son Michael Rooney, who choreographed all the dance sequences that comprised the musical close to jackass number two (2006). And if we want to get even further into our close knit six degrees of separation, Michael also worked with Spike Jonze on the two award-winning music videos for Björk's "It's Oh So Quiet" and Fat Boy Slim's "Praise You" (in fact, that's probably how we came to work with him in the first place, via Spike's referral). In honor of Mickey's passing, here is Richard Koufey and the Torrance Community Dance Group in a performance of a lifetime: allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/LiXg_70rMeM?rel=0" width="640"> Though we never worked with Mickey Rooney, the late great actor from the Golden Age of Hollywood who passed away the other day at the age of 93, we did collaborate with his son Michael Rooney, who choreographed all the dance sequences that comprised the musical close to jackass number two (2006). And if we want to get even further into our close knit six degrees of separation, Michael also worked with Spike Jonze on the two award-winning music videos for Björk's "It's Oh So Quiet" and Fat Boy Slim's "Praise You" (in fact, that's probably how we came to work with him in the first place, via Spike's referral). In honor of Mickey's passing, here is Richard Koufey and the Torrance Community Dance Group in a performance of a lifetime: allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/LiXg_70rMeM?rel=0" width="640">[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry loiter squad season 3 trailerdickhouse

This past Friday, Tyler the Creator announced the online availability of the trailer to an all-new season of Loiter Squad on Adult Swim. This would be number three and it premieres on May 15th. Look for further leakages that it would take a Costco-sized bundle of Bounty to clean up on aisle three in the weeks ahead!

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This past Friday, Tyler the Creator announced the online availability of the trailer to an all-new season of Loiter Squad on Adult Swim. This would be number three and it premieres on May 15th. Look for further leakages that it would take a Costco-sized bundle of Bounty to clean up on aisle three in the weeks ahead!

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dickhouse productions posted an entry gorilla flicks... jeff tremaine's new production company!dickhouse

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For a company that prides itself on self-pleasuring, it brings us great pleasure to announce that Jeff Tremaine has started his very own big time media corporation: GORILLA FLICKS. Few details are available at present with regard to what's in the production works at GORILLA FLICKS, but it's got a full-color logo, a new Facebook page, a sweet li'l Twitter handle, and a website that's in construction for future updates, official news, and full releases. Join up now at:

http://www.facebook.com/gorillaflicks

http://www.twitter.com/gorillaflicks

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For a company that prides itself on self-pleasuring, it brings us great pleasure to announce that Jeff Tremaine has started his very own big time media corporation: GORILLA FLICKS. Few details are available at present with regard to what's in the production works at GORILLA FLICKS, but it's got a full-color logo, a new Facebook page, a sweet li'l Twitter handle, and a website that's in construction for future updates, official news, and full releases. Join up now at:

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dickhouse productions posted an entry tonight on ridiculousness... unfollowed!dickhouse

The very idea that the mere thought this is a relevant threat in our day and age is, well, grounds to unfollow the human race. But if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Or unfollow 'em. I don't give a good goddamn. But it is pretty laughable how personal people can take it when they are unfollowed; or, for that matter, the fact they are even able to pay attention to such things? My god. I can barely keep track of an email in my inbox, much less who randomly dropped my stupid ass on the Interweb. Apparently some do, though, or the sum of their collective consciousness never would've been pitched as a category on tonight's all-new episode of Ridiculousness with Rob Dyrdek at 10/9 C on the MTV.

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The very idea that the mere thought this is a relevant threat in our day and age is, well, grounds to unfollow the human race. But if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Or unfollow 'em. I don't give a good goddamn. But it is pretty laughable how personal people can take it when they are unfollowed; or, for that matter, the fact they are even able to pay attention to such things? My god. I can barely keep track of an email in my inbox, much less who randomly dropped my stupid ass on the Interweb. Apparently some do, though, or the sum of their collective consciousness never would've been pitched as a category on tonight's all-new episode of Ridiculousness with Rob Dyrdek at 10/9 C on the MTV.

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dickhouse productions posted an entry requiescat in pace: dave brockie, a/k/a oderus urungusdickhouse
It almost feels blasphemous to use the words "rest in peace" in reference to Dave Brockie and his larger-than-life alter-ego Oderus Urungus, the filth-spewing, cum-spraying, blood-thirsty frontman of GWAR, but so it goes with the formalities of death (I did opt for the Latin version though, because it at least had a bit of "scat" involved). Like most any enthusiast of the absurd and audaciously ridiculous, many of us here are longtime fans of GWAR. I mean, how can you not like a band that celebrates the worst attributes of humanity, politics, religion, and war by musically crucifying them onstage in a raucous theatrical mess of metal mayhem? Though rhetorically asked, the answer, must you need one, is you cannot. I'll never forget my first concert going GWAR experience in the early '90s, when I dropped my normal shoe-gazing, wallflower demeanor to jump wholeheartedly into the frenzied fray. There was absolutely no way I was going to leave the Hollywood Palladium that night without being covered in every available mystery fluid to come spraying off the stage out into the crowd, and I risked life, limb, and glasses to make sure I got my fair share. I'd even specially worn my white Big Brother Midwest Tour shirt for the occasion, and it did indeed emerge a permanently stained, half-ass tie-dye of a souvenir that I saved for several years afterward. Some time later we managed to interview Dave—or rather Oderus, as was his stern will (there were to be no photos taken before the costume nor after)—for Big Brother magazine. We took him down to a Go-Kart track in Carson, where he faced off against a random little girl who just happened to be there with her father on the day. Rick Kosick took the formal photos that accompanied the interview, but I was determined to poach from the sidelines with a roll of black-and-white film, and did just that. I can't find the interview now, but I do have that photo and I'm sad this is the reason I now have to share it. Long live the memory of the Scumdogs of the Universe! (Photo by Sean Cliver; 1998- or '99-ish) It almost feels blasphemous to use the words "rest in peace" in reference to Dave Brockie and his larger-than-life alter-ego Oderus Urungus, the filth-spewing, cum-spraying, blood-thirsty frontman of GWAR, but so it goes with the formalities of death (I did opt for the Latin version though, because it at least had a bit of "scat" involved). Like most any enthusiast of the absurd and audaciously ridiculous, many of us here are longtime fans of GWAR. I mean, how can you not like a band that celebrates the worst attributes of humanity, politics, religion, and war by musically crucifying them onstage in a raucous theatrical mess of metal mayhem? Though rhetorically asked, the answer, must you need one, is you cannot. I'll never forget my first concert going GWAR experience in the early '90s, when I dropped my normal shoe-gazing, wallflower demeanor to jump wholeheartedly into the frenzied fray. There was absolutely no way I was going to leave the Hollywood Palladium that night without being covered in every available mystery fluid to come spraying off the stage out into the crowd, and I risked life, limb, and glasses to make sure I got my fair share. I'd even specially worn my white Big Brother Midwest Tour shirt for the occasion, and it did indeed emerge a permanently stained, half-ass tie-dye of a souvenir that I saved for several years afterward. Some time later we managed to interview Dave—or ra[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry the nickelodeon kids' choice slime rodeo eventdickhouse
Look, just to get it out of the way, I'm the kind of guy that doesn't wear green on St. Patrick's Day, dreads the very idea of costuming up on Halloween, and sure as shit isn't going to pull pranks on April Fool's Day. So the photo essay you are about to see (and maybe even read!) is the facts and nothing but the facts with regard to the recent 2014 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, which aired this past weekend. Jeff Tremaine, who you may recall was contracted to direct the Will Smith open for the Kids' Choice Awards a year or two back now, was once again enlisted to handle the directorial duties on a proposed "Slime Rodeo" stunt, inspired of course by Dave England's "Firehose Rodeo" from jackass number two. Jukka Hilden of the Dudesons partnered up with the original stunt's founder, along with special guest moderator/host/filmer/professional snowboarder Shaun White. A dressed-down England points out something of interest to a near undressed Jukka. One quick change later and Dave was none other than big time movie star Chuck Norris! Dave was super impressed with Jukka's Finnish interpretation of an American cowboy. Yumping yee-hah! Tremaine blocks in direction for new kid on the set Shaun White, who then took introductory matters into his own hands for camera. Jukka and Dave command what little they can with slime and hose physics. Meanwhile, off on the sidelines, men with slime guns goosed the boys from behind. This is what happens when the streams are crossed. Every so willy-nilly often the slime jets would aim outside the ring and cut muddy swaths of destruction that pelted and covered everything in their wake, including the cameramen. Rick Kosick models the squeaky clean before and dirty slimed after. Ultimately, Shaun White announced Dave as the winner, but he was the one who won the grand slime surprise! (Photos by Sean Cliver; 2014)[...] Look, just to get it out of the way, I'm the kind of guy that doesn't wear green on St. Patrick's Day, dreads the very idea of costuming up on Halloween, and sure as shit isn't going to pull pranks on April Fool's Day. So the photo essay you are about to see (and maybe even read!) is the facts and nothing but the facts with regard to the recent 2014 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, which aired this past weekend. Jeff Tremaine, who you may recall was contracted to direct the Will Smith open for the Kids' Choice Awards a year or two back now, was once again enlisted to handle the directorial duties on a proposed "Slime Rodeo" stunt, inspired of course by Dave England's "Firehose Rodeo" from jackass number two. Jukka Hilden of the Dudesons partnered up with the original stunt's founder, along with special guest moderator/host/filmer/professional snowboarder Shaun White. A dressed-down England points out something of interest to a near undressed Jukka. One quick change later and Dave was none other than big time movie star Chuck Norris! Dave was super impressed with Jukka's Finnish interpretation of an American cowboy. Yumping yee-hah! Tremaine blocks in direction for new kid on the set Shaun White, who then took introductory matters into his own hands for camera. Jukka and Dave command what little they can with slime and hose physics. Meanwhile, off on the sidelines, men with slime guns goosed the boys from behind. This is what happens when the streams are crossed. Every so willy-nilly often the slime jets would [...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry bad grandpa goes to japan!dickhouse
The Japanese theatrical market has always been a relative land of mystery to us—and I'm sure it has nothing to do with our invasion of Tokyo in 2002 and the near mustard rape that took place on the streets of Shibuya—but Johnny Knoxville hopped the Pacific last week to attend several openings of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa on Gojira's OG stomping grounds. Here he holds the official Japanese movie poster, which, when translated, comes out to nothing short of fantastic awesome. Allegedly, and Knoxville swears by this, what the full title reads is: Shitty Grandpa Across America Penis On The Ground. If this is true, and I honestly don't want anyone to tell me it's not, then I think the time is finally ripe for me to launch to my long-dreamed of T-shirt clothing venture "Amazing Horsecock Cool" which will be strictly limited to the Harajuku shopping district. Hai! The Japanese theatrical market has always been a relative land of mystery to us—and I'm sure it has nothing to do with our invasion of Tokyo in 2002 and the near mustard rape that took place on the streets of Shibuya—but Johnny Knoxville hopped the Pacific last week to attend several openings of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa on Gojira's OG stomping grounds. Here he holds the official Japanese movie poster, which, when translated, comes out to nothing short of fantastic awesome. Allegedly, and Knoxville swears by this, what the full title reads is: Shitty Grandpa Across America Penis On The Ground. If this is true, and I honestly don't want anyone to tell me it's not, then I think the time is finally ripe for me to launch to my long-dreamed of T-shirt clothing venture "Amazing Horsecock Cool" which will be strictly limited to the Harajuku shopping district. Hai![...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry happy birthday to derek!dickhouse
This photo has been sitting on my desktop since January and I knew if I bided my time the perfect moment would eventually come along to deploy it. Similar to previous jackass features, we overshot the shit while cobbling together Bad Grandpa and a ".5" follow-up was inevitable. So if you enjoyed the movie then you have that to look forward to in the near future. When, hell, I don't know, but rest assured when I do this will be the first or second place to let you know in an official capacity. Anyway, we went the extra mile on a few bonus features, one of which entailed going back to "meet the marks" that unwittingly found themselves in a major motion picture, including "Cinnamon"! So here's Derek Freda, today is his birthday, and we all hope it's a happy and restful one since he pretty much has been juggling all the "old man" balls from the summer of 2012 until just the other day. Happy Birthday, Derek! This photo has been sitting on my desktop since January and I knew if I bided my time the perfect moment would eventually come along to deploy it. Similar to previous jackass features, we overshot the shit while cobbling together Bad Grandpa and a ".5" follow-up was inevitable. So if you enjoyed the movie then you have that to look forward to in the near future. When, hell, I don't know, but rest assured when I do this will be the first or second place to let you know in an official capacity. Anyway, we went the extra mile on a few bonus features, one of which entailed going back to "meet the marks" that unwittingly found themselves in a major motion picture, including "Cinnamon"! So here's Derek Freda, today is his birthday, and we all hope it's a happy and restful one since he pretty much has been juggling all the "old man" balls from the summer of 2012 until just the other day. Happy Birthday, Derek![...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry happy birthday to amanda!dickhouse
Have I done the hug 'n' kiss shtick yet with Amanda? Ah, screw it. The Simpsons pretty much own that one, so let 'em have it. They deserve it. Instead, let's go with what we know: dicks. While on the road for Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, which can be owned unrated on Blu-ray/DVD/HD digital download, dicks became a staple entertainment while out on the town at night, especially at Connolly's on Fifth in Charlotte, North Carolina, where we pretty much camped out during our two-point-five stays there. Not to steal away any of Amanda's birthday thunder (not that I can, she'll bring it hard—so hard—wherever she may be celebrating today), but people always compliment my cocks, praising the detail and sense of realism I bring to them—particularly when it comes to the veins. Now, looking at my arm, it's no wonder that I put extra-special emphasis in the veins, as it would appear I've gotten nothing but veins. Hmm. Might have to get that checked out; or, at the very least, start whoring myself out at the Red Cross. Anyway, Happy Birthday, Amanda! (Photo by Johnny Knoxville; Charlotte, North Carolina 2013) Have I done the hug 'n' kiss shtick yet with Amanda? Ah, screw it. The Simpsons pretty much own that one, so let 'em have it. They deserve it. Instead, let's go with what we know: dicks. While on the road for Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, which can be owned unrated on Blu-ray/DVD/HD digital download, dicks became a staple entertainment while out on the town at night, especially at Connolly's on Fifth in Charlotte, North Carolina, where we pretty much camped out during our two-point-five stays there. Not to steal away any of Amanda's birthday thunder (not that I can, she'll bring it hard—so hard—wherever she may be celebrating today), but people always compliment my cocks, praising the detail and sense of realism I bring to them—particularly when it comes to the veins. Now, looking at my arm, it's no wonder that I put extra-special emphasis in the veins, as it would appear I've gotten nothing but veins. Hmm. Might have to get that checked out; or, at the very least, start whoring myself out at the Red Cross. Anyway, Happy Birthday, Amanda! (Photo by Johnny Knoxville; Charlotte, North Carolina 2013)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry skatality with thomas campbelldickhouse
Now don't be afeared of the Asian scribbles below. They're Japanese, to be precise, as is the pronunciation of the language itself, but that's just because the host, Rip Zinger, hails from that end of the Pacific. The focus of this episode of Skatality is on our friend Thomas Campbell: the man, the life, the art, the thinkings, and all else that creatively swirls about him. Thomas is a solar system unto his own in that respect; creativity is the sun that he revolves around be it painting, doodling, photography, writing, filming—hell, let's just say he's a maker and leave it at that. If at the end of seventeen minutes and five seconds you aren't inspired to make something yourself, well, perhaps you're just dead inside. For further meanderings into the world of Thomas Campbell, please visit: www.umyeaharts.com. allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/SU7PGdsdrK8?rel=0" width="853"> Now don't be afeared of the Asian scribbles below. They're Japanese, to be precise, as is the pronunciation of the language itself, but that's just because the host, Rip Zinger, hails from that end of the Pacific. The focus of this episode of Skatality is on our friend Thomas Campbell: the man, the life, the art, the thinkings, and all else that creatively swirls about him. Thomas is a solar system unto his own in that respect; creativity is the sun that he revolves around be it painting, doodling, photography, writing, filming—hell, let's just say he's a maker and leave it at that. If at the end of seventeen minutes and five seconds you aren't inspired to make something yourself, well, perhaps you're just dead inside. For further meanderings into the world of Thomas Campbell, please visit: www.umyeaharts.com. allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/SU7PGdsdrK8?rel=0" width="853">[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry tonight on ridiculousness... tyga!dickhouse

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I'm not sure whether to laugh, cry, slide into home, or shit my pants. Tonight at 10/9 C on the MTV, Rob Dyrdek hosts an all-new episode of Ridiculousness that too often paints a portrait of our world that looks like something Jackson Pollock may have sprayed in his shorts after a blacked-out drinking binge. Indeed, "Why can't it be me?!" is a philosophical summation so profound that surely Sophocles can suck it. But why rage against the machine when you can just sit back and giggle as it merrily uploads these everlasting snapshots of life at its most absurd. So yes, by all means necessary: Let it out!

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(Photo by Rick Kosick; Hollywood, California 2014)

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I'm not sure whether to laugh, cry, slide into home, or shit my pants. Tonight at 10/9 C on the MTV, Rob Dyrdek hosts an all-new episode of Ridiculousness that too often paints a portrait of our world that looks like something Jackson Pollock may have sprayed in his shorts after a blacked-out drinking binge. Indeed, "Why can't it be me?!" is a philosophical summation so profound that surely Sophocles can suck it. But why rage against the machine when you can just sit back and giggle as it merrily uploads these everlasting snapshots of life at its most absurd. So yes, by all means necessary: Let it out!

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(Photo by Rick Kosick; Hollywood, California 2014)




dickhouse productions posted an entry what would make your face awesome?dickhouse

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Contrary to popular LEGO belief, not everything is awesome. Like Amanda's face. Not awesome. But, put Amanda in one of our fine Dickhouse apparel items and, hey now! Suddenly everything about Amanda is awesome! Sic semper exclamatives! But that's just me Latin things get out of hand, so let's rein it in and tout the raiments of the day: Sweatshirts! Tees! Tanks! Baseball-style! Hell, we've even got a damn tote bag up in this online shopping piece! So up your ROYGBIV game today and check out www.merchmethod.com/dickhouse for all your awesome clothing-based needs.

Long live Leon!

(Photos by Sean Cliver; Burbank, California 2014)

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Contrary to popular LEGO belief, not everything is awesome. Like Amanda's face. Not awesome. But, put Amanda in one of our fine Dickhouse apparel items and, hey now! Suddenly everything about Amanda is awesome! Sic semper exclamatives! But that's just me Latin things get out of hand, so let's rein it in and tout the raiments of the day: Sweatshirts! Tees! Tanks! Baseball-style! Hell, we've even got a damn tote bag up in this online shopping piece! So up your ROYGBIV game today and check out www.merchmethod.com/dickhouse for all your awesome clothing-based needs.

Long live Leon!

(Photos by Sean Cliver; Burbank, California 2014)




dickhouse productions posted an entry danger ehren on the youtubedickhouse
Last week we spotlighted a few new videos that are up on Steve-O's very own YouTube channel, one of which guest-starred Danger Ehren. If you missed it, you can click this prettily colored word and be whisked away to a land of mystery and waxed enchantment where at the end Steve-O did plug Ehren's one-stop shop on the YouTube as well. And that's kind of what is happening here as well, because there's nothing quite so satisfying as plugging a friend. Ehren appears to still be populating his channel with content, but here's an oldie from behind the hotel scenes during the jackassworld 24-hour takeover of the MTV studios in the NYC, circa February 2008, featuring Preston Lacy, Dimitry Elyashkevich, the voice of Dave England, and a rusty hook. Find more of Ehren's vidiocy here: http://www.youtube.com/user/dangerehren allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/INhHtEOx0Ug?rel=0" width="640"> (Photo by Sean Cliver; Madrid, Spain 2010) Last week we spotlighted a few new videos that are up on Steve-O's very own YouTube channel, one of which guest-starred Danger Ehren. If you missed it, you can click this prettily colored word and be whisked away to a land of mystery and waxed enchantment where at the end Steve-O did plug Ehren's one-stop shop on the YouTube as well. And that's kind of what is happening here as well, because there's nothing quite so satisfying as plugging a friend. Ehren appears to still be populating his channel with content, but here's an oldie from behind the hotel scenes during the jackassworld 24-hour takeover of the MTV studios in the NYC, circa February 2008, featuring Preston Lacy, Dimitry Elyashkevich, the voice of Dave England, and a rusty hook. Find more of Ehren's vidiocy here: http://www.youtube.com/user/dangerehren allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/INhHtEOx0Ug?rel=0" width="640"> (Photo by Sean Cliver; Madrid, Spain 2010)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry photo of the day: march madness!dickhouse
Madness is perhaps the most family-friendly way to describe the pervasive college basketball spirit that takes over office environments in March. I can think of a few other choice synonyms, but I'm generally the singularity in these instances and an infinitely dense one at that. But if you can't beat 'em, join 'em, right? So here's a bit of madness that took place during the month of March in the fair city of Raleigh, North Carolina. The idea was to show a tender moment of bonding between Irving Zisman and his grandson Billy Muskie (M-U-S-K-I-E), but what resulted was one of the more surprising scenes for audiences. Not only because it was one of the few clips not given away in the theatrical promo trailers but by this time in the flick most were nestling into the genuine relationship developing between the two. However, just as life turns on a dime, so does comedy, and here the timing was impeccable for an old school, in your face, get that shit outta here rejection. Big tent? En see double aye? If everyone around is speaking a language you don't understand, seek solace and find comfort in the Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa unrated Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD combo-pack. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Raleigh, North Carolina 2013) Madness is perhaps the most family-friendly way to describe the pervasive college basketball spirit that takes over office environments in March. I can think of a few other choice synonyms, but I'm generally the singularity in these instances and an infinitely dense one at that. But if you can't beat 'em, join 'em, right? So here's a bit of madness that took place during the month of March in the fair city of Raleigh, North Carolina. The idea was to show a tender moment of bonding between Irving Zisman and his grandson Billy Muskie (M-U-S-K-I-E), but what resulted was one of the more surprising scenes for audiences. Not only because it was one of the few clips not given away in the theatrical promo trailers but by this time in the flick most were nestling into the genuine relationship developing between the two. However, just as life turns on a dime, so does comedy, and here the timing was impeccable for an old school, in your face, get that shit outta here rejection. Big tent? En see double aye? If everyone around is speaking a language you don't understand, seek solace and find comfort in the Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa unrated Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD combo-pack. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Raleigh, North Carolina 2013)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry steve-o vs. wee mandickhouse

Back to back! Double shot! Butt blow bonanza! I thought we'd share one more Steve-O video today, what with this special guest appearance made by Wee Man in classic form as he takes O's butt to task hard—so hard. Fortunately there was a solid slow-motion camera on the scene to capture all the rhythm and ripple of Steve-O's skin in response to the all-out ass assault. Granted, he's no Preston Lacy, but it's still impressive to see how so much can happen with so little in the minutest span of time. Be the witness and now bear this:

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Back to back! Double shot! Butt blow bonanza! I thought we'd share one more Steve-O video today, what with this special guest appearance made by Wee Man in classic form as he takes O's butt to task hard—so hard. Fortunately there was a solid slow-motion camera on the scene to capture all the rhythm and ripple of Steve-O's skin in response to the all-out ass assault. Granted, he's no Preston Lacy, but it's still impressive to see how so much can happen with so little in the minutest span of time. Be the witness and now bear this:

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dickhouse productions posted an entry tonight on ridiculousness... my face!dickhouse
Think that dude'll be bummed? No idea what I'm quoting? That's because it's from an old Big Brother video with Bill Weiss, and I have a mild form of Tourette's that makes me involuntarily utter nonsense at all times, inopportune or otherwise (the only acceptable "otherwise" would be the Dickhouse office, where many others damaged like me are allowed to let their mouth run on autopilot). But "My face!" comes from a Whiskey video that featured former pro skateboarder Clyde Singleton coming off a trick to go face-first into a chainlink fence, and it remains to be one of my most favorite quotes to this day. And that's saying a lot after the past 14 years of jackass films and the incredibly quotable minefield they are. That said, who gives a shit! Tonight on an all-new Ridiculousness, Chanel confesses she would rather lose and arm than take a mangling shot to the face. All this and more at 10/9 C on the MTV. frameborder="0" height="288" src="http://media.mtvnservices.com/embed/mgid:uma:video:mtv.com:1013659/cp~vid%3D1013659%26uri%3Dmgid%3Auma%3Avideo%3Amtv.com%3A1013659" width="512"> MTV Shows (Photo by Rick Kosick; Hollywood, California 2014) Think that dude'll be bummed? No idea what I'm quoting? That's because it's from an old Big Brother video with Bill Weiss, and I have a mild form of Tourette's that makes me involuntarily utter nonsense at all times, inopportune or otherwise (the only acceptable "otherwise" would be the Dickhouse office, where many others damaged like me are allowed to let their mouth run on autopilot). But "My face!" comes from a Whiskey video that featured former pro skateboarder Clyde Singleton coming off a trick to go face-first into a chainlink fence, and it remains to be one of my most favorite quotes to this day. And that's saying a lot after the past 14 years of jackass films and the incredibly quotable minefield they are. That said, who gives a shit! Tonight on an all-new Ridiculousness, Chanel confesses she would rather lose and arm than take a mangling shot to the face. All this and more at 10/9 C on the MTV. frameborder="0" height="288" src="http://media.mtvnservices.com/embed/mgid:uma:video:mtv.com:1013659/cp~vid%3D1013659%26uri%3Dmgid%3Auma%3Avideo%3Amtv.com%3A1013659" width="512"> MTV Shows (Photo by Rick Kosick; Hollywood, California 2014)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry mustache waxing with steve-o and danger ehrendickhouse
Steve-O stopped by the office yesterday to share some of his latest clips with Jeff Tremaine, including this one he'd shot with Danger Ehren while up in Portland, Oregon. For a while he had been sporting a mustache on his various comedy tours, but the two went into a local salon where both had their facial shrubbery ripped off the hard hot wax way. Afterwards Steve-O filmed a little interview with Tremaine talking about a nose-busting incident that occurred on jackass 3D for another upcoming cut he has in the works. That one is definitely not to be missed, so be sure to subscribe to his YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/steveo allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/ufGvNTLncro?list=UUt54Hzhj7RpCWOYpoFJLKAQ" width="640"> (Photo by Sean Cliver; Burbank, California 2014) Steve-O stopped by the office yesterday to share some of his latest clips with Jeff Tremaine, including this one he'd shot with Danger Ehren while up in Portland, Oregon. For a while he had been sporting a mustache on his various comedy tours, but the two went into a local salon where both had their facial shrubbery ripped off the hard hot wax way. Afterwards Steve-O filmed a little interview with Tremaine talking about a nose-busting incident that occurred on jackass 3D for another upcoming cut he has in the works. That one is definitely not to be missed, so be sure to subscribe to his YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/steveo allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/ufGvNTLncro?list=UUt54Hzhj7RpCWOYpoFJLKAQ" width="640"> (Photo by Sean Cliver; Burbank, California 2014)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry hotel californiadickhouse
Though very little of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa was filmed in California, whenever our troop rolled into town, as "under the radar" as humanly possible, we still brought a lot of Hollywood in tow. Anyone who happened to be staying in the same hotel during these encampments of ours could have been treated to absurdly weird scenes as that pictured above—Irving Zisman fresh out of makeup and ready for wardrobe—yet surprisingly few ever caught onto the game. Fortunately so, too, or our extremely thin and fragile veil of cover would have been blown in just a few quick social media posts. How'd we do it? Doing some doubting, Thomas? Go behind-the-scenes and into the thick of it with Jeff Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville, and a bunch of other people talking about how to prank a beauty pageant, pull a fast emotional one over on some bikers, and much, much silly more on the Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa Unrated Blu-ray/DVD. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Cleveland, OH 2012) Though very little of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa was filmed in California, whenever our troop rolled into town, as "under the radar" as humanly possible, we still brought a lot of Hollywood in tow. Anyone who happened to be staying in the same hotel during these encampments of ours could have been treated to absurdly weird scenes as that pictured above—Irving Zisman fresh out of makeup and ready for wardrobe—yet surprisingly few ever caught onto the game. Fortunately so, too, or our extremely thin and fragile veil of cover would have been blown in just a few quick social media posts. How'd we do it? Doing some doubting, Thomas? Go behind-the-scenes and into the thick of it with Jeff Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville, and a bunch of other people talking about how to prank a beauty pageant, pull a fast emotional one over on some bikers, and much, much silly more on the Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa Unrated Blu-ray/DVD. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Cleveland, OH 2012)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry a different kind of jaguar gymnasticsdickhouse
Whether one pronounces it "jay-gwire" or "jay-gwar" it makes no matter (unless you're Dimitry, that is); the diehard of Dickhouse disciples will know that we've shared a history with the word in both jackass and Wildboyz. Chris Pontius and Steve-O first laid claim to the "Jaguar Gymnastics" title while amusing themselves in the backseat of their supplied ride in the 2001 Gumball Rally (a jackass special that can be found VOD and DVD), but Chris really stretched the extra mile when he tempted fate in Belize with the real feline deal. There's just something so quaint and special about a Central American zoo that it can really provide one with a wonderfully warm and fuzzy sense of false confidence. Case in point, see below for an idea just how dangerous a jaguar can be when at the top of his wild kingdom game: allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/eu1by5-BpTA?rel=0" width="853"> (Photo by Dimitry Elyashkevich; Belize 2003) Related articles wildboyz to wildgirlz everybody poops... even whales and wildboyz! photo of the day: naked natives photo of the day: chris pontius catching chris pontius wildboyz throwback thursday... zero gravity! [...] Whether one pronounces it "jay-gwire" or "jay-gwar" it makes no matter (unless you're Dimitry, that is); the diehard of Dickhouse disciples will know that we've shared a history with the word in both jackass and Wildboyz. Chris Pontius and Steve-O first laid claim to the "Jaguar Gymnastics" title while amusing themselves in the backseat of their supplied ride in the 2001 Gumball Rally (a jackass special that can be found VOD and DVD), but Chris really stretched the extra mile when he tempted fate in Belize with the real feline deal. There's just something so quaint and special about a Central American zoo that it can really provide one with a wonderfully warm and fuzzy sense of false confidence. Case in point, see below for an idea just how dangerous a jaguar can be when at the top of his wild kingdom game: allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/eu1by5-BpTA?rel=0" width="853"> (Photo by Dimitry Elyashkevich; Belize 2003) Related articles wildboyz to wildgirlz everybody poops... even whales and wildboyz! photo of the day: naked natives photo of the day: chris pontius catching chris pontius wildboyz throwback thursday... zero gravity! [...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry happy st. patrick's day!dickhouse
Ulysses, Ilysses, Weallysses, but it's not easy being green. Unless it's 17 March, that is, in which case every Tom, Dick, and Molloy comes out of the Irish woodwork to celebrate beer with a side of whiskey or vice versa and oh what a vice it can be! We've all been there, very few of us have not done that, so when in Rome—or in this case Dublin—it's best to join the natives in a ritual game of monkey see, monkey do and lubricate the liver accordingly. We were nowhere near St. Patrick's Day on this particular night—much less the season of spring—but you couldn't have told me any different, as it was just another case of drinking with friends abroad (okay, and hosting a movie premiere for jackass 3D and filming for jackass 3.5), one of whom happened to be dressed as a leprechaun. Ever since then these images of Wee Man have been used for pretty much any and every Irish-related reference or event, so much so I'm thinking of pitching a sequel to the forthcoming Godzilla flick that I have tentatively titled "Godzilla vs. Begorrah" and begosh it's gonna be a good one because ... Giant-Size Wee Man. 'Nuff said! (Photo by Sean Cliver; Dublin, Ireland 2010) Ulysses, Ilysses, Weallysses, but it's not easy being green. Unless it's 17 March, that is, in which case every Tom, Dick, and Molloy comes out of the Irish woodwork to celebrate beer with a side of whiskey or vice versa and oh what a vice it can be! We've all been there, very few of us have not done that, so when in Rome—or in this case Dublin—it's best to join the natives in a ritual game of monkey see, monkey do and lubricate the liver accordingly. We were nowhere near St. Patrick's Day on this particular night—much less the season of spring—but you couldn't have told me any different, as it was just another case of drinking with friends abroad (okay, and hosting a movie premiere for jackass 3D and filming for jackass 3.5), one of whom happened to be dressed as a leprechaun. Ever since then these images of Wee Man have been used for pretty much any and every Irish-related reference or event, so much so I'm thinking of pitching a sequel to the forthcoming Godzilla flick that I have tentatively titled "Godzilla vs. Begorrah" and begosh it's gonna be a good one because ... Giant-Size Wee Man. 'Nuff said! (Photo by Sean Cliver; Dublin, Ireland 2010)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry postcards from the putting wedgedickhouse
  Okay, so maybe that's a long way to go for a tall drink of water, but what isn't these days? But before I can stick a fork in it, people, there are a few more things I'd like to dispense with prior to curtain call, starting with this snapshot from the ninth hole on Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa. Wouldn't this just make the most picture perfect postcard to be purchased in the Land of 10,000 Lakes? You know, something "Thinking of you!" to send back to the folks or grandparents, maybe even that dear friend or former college roommate that you never once experimented with under the influence of any mind- or mood-altering substance. All it really needs now is that one special tagline that sends it all home in a tourist friendly font like Brush Script or Hobo, so if you've a hankering to leave a creative comment (though it is exceptionally hard to beat the spammers on this site; my god can those people jackhammer the shit out of prose), by all means feel freer than a man sans undies and do so. Fish you were here! (Photo by Sean Cliver; Raleigh, North Caroline 2013)   Okay, so maybe that's a long way to go for a tall drink of water, but what isn't these days? But before I can stick a fork in it, people, there are a few more things I'd like to dispense with prior to curtain call, starting with this snapshot from the ninth hole on Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa. Wouldn't this just make the most picture perfect postcard to be purchased in the Land of 10,000 Lakes? You know, something "Thinking of you!" to send back to the folks or grandparents, maybe even that dear friend or former college roommate that you never once experimented with under the influence of any mind- or mood-altering substance. All it really needs now is that one special tagline that sends it all home in a tourist friendly font like Brush Script or Hobo, so if you've a hankering to leave a creative comment (though it is exceptionally hard to beat the spammers on this site; my god can those people jackhammer the shit out of prose), by all means feel freer than a man sans undies and do so. Fish you were here! (Photo by Sean Cliver; Raleigh, North Caroline 2013)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry a call to kickstarter arms: sk8facedickhouse
To be clear, Dickhouse doesn't have a dog in this kickstarting fight, but it's no secret that a good, thick, viscous wad of us have had not only the physical act of skateboarding in our past but a helping hand (or probing finger) in its "visual mythology" as well. Take Jeff Tremaine for instance. He was the art director on Big Brother skateboard magazine from late '92–mid '00. That's like eight whole years of layout-slinging, cover-designing, and type-finagling, all done in the graphic name of skateboarding. And, yes, several of his paintings were also used on skateboard decks produced by Plan B, Prime, 101, Blind, Foundation, and Birdhouse. Then you have Rick Kosick and Dimitry Elyashkevich, both longtime Big Brother staff photographers and filmers to the skateboarding stars. Spike Jonze, hell, he was not only a skate photographer, but the director of the legendary Blind Video Days and co-founder of The Girl Skateboard Co. (which he still has an active creative hand in to this day). And lastly there's Cliver, to slip on a turd into the third person, who has been an active board artist since 1989, when he first started at Powell-Peralta, a/k/a the home of the world famous Bones Brigade, before moving onto World Industries, double-dipping with Big Brother, and years later compiling the Disposable skate graphics books. allowfullscreen="" height="281" mozallowfullscreen="" src="//player.vimeo.com/video/87556573" webkitallowfullscreen="" width="500"> Anyway, you get the skart idea. But this other guy, Matt Bass, had a more expansive idea on the art of skateboarding topic, and he's run the fuck with it the past several years compiling interviews and footage with many of those responsible for how skateboarding looks today, 40 years after Wes Humpston first started hand-drawing boards in the cuts of Dogtown. Neil Blender, Mark Gonzales, Chris Miller, Ed Templeton, Marc McKee, Steve Rocco, Natas Kaupas, V. Courtlandt Johnson, Steve Olson, Andy Jenkins, Jim Phillips, Don Pendleton, Tommy Guerrero, Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Thomas Campbell, John Lucero, Todd Francis—you name 'em, he's tracked 'em down and got 'em all on tape talking about the allure of art and artists in relation to skateboarding and the history thereof. Now he just needs a wee bit o' the financial aid to help realize the final edited documentary. Check out the Sk8face trailer, interview clips, and investment details at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/sk8face[...] To be clear, Dickhouse doesn't have a dog in this kickstarting fight, but it's no secret that a good, thick, viscous wad of us have had not only the physical act of skateboarding in our past but a helping hand (or probing finger) in its "visual mythology" as well. Take Jeff Tremaine for instance. He was the art director on Big Brother skateboard magazine from late '92–mid '00. That's like eight whole years of layout-slinging, cover-designing, and type-finagling, all done in the graphic name of skateboarding. And, yes, several[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry he may be too old to blow the candle ...dickhouse
... but he can still cut the cake. The birthday boy of yesterday, Johnny Knoxville, never made an appearance at the office, so someone stepped up and dressed up the all too life-like Alterian Inc. bust of Irving as a celebrity celebratory stand-in for the day. By the tweeting by, be sure to follow Johnny Knoxville on the Twitter via @realjknoxville for intimate and heartwarming slices of this American life, e.g. his Dora the Explorer pic post from earlier this morning. Thar she blows! Or blew? It's all poo to me. Back and to the left? Ride, Johnny, ride? Texas may be the reason for many things, but it's not the reason you should buy the Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa unrated Blu-ray. Buy now, go behind-the-scenes, or forever hold your feces. ... but he can still cut the cake. The birthday boy of yesterday, Johnny Knoxville, never made an appearance at the office, so someone stepped up and dressed up the all too life-like Alterian Inc. bust of Irving as a celebrity celebratory stand-in for the day. By the tweeting by, be sure to follow Johnny Knoxville on the Twitter via @realjknoxville for intimate and heartwarming slices of this American life, e.g. his Dora the Explorer pic post from earlier this morning. Thar she blows! Or blew? It's all poo to me. Back and to the left? Ride, Johnny, ride? Texas may be the reason for many things, but it's not the reason you should buy the Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa unrated Blu-ray. Buy now, go behind-the-scenes, or forever hold your feces.[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry happy birthday to johnny knoxville!dickhouse

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You don't feel like dancing? Well, this guy certainly does! We'd often joked about taking jackass to Broadway in musical form, but if there's anyone who might possibly take that in all seriousness it would indeed be Johnny Knoxville. Should the moves here look familiar that's because Knoxville genuinely desired to learn Jackson's routine in order to "coach" him during the formal "beauty" portion of the pageant (though in Jackson's defense he needed no coaching whatsoever), and he was repeatedly put through the paces day before until he had it down pat. And, let's face it, the pictures don't lie: the man's got poise. Happy Birthday, Knoxville!

(Photos by Sean Cliver; Charlotte, North Carolina 2012)

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You don't feel like dancing? Well, this guy certainly does! We'd often joked about taking jackass to Broadway in musical form, but if there's anyone who might possibly take that in all seriousness it would indeed be Johnny Knoxville. Should the moves here look familiar that's because Knoxville genuinely desired to learn Jackson's routine in order to "coach" him during the formal "beauty" portion of the pageant (though in Jackson's defense he needed no coaching whatsoever), and he was repeatedly put through the paces day before until he had it down pat. And, let's face it, the pictures don't lie: the man's got poise. Happy Birthday, Knoxville!

(Photos by Sean Cliver; Charlotte, North Carolina 2012)




dickhouse productions posted an entry johnny knoxville on the set of bad grandpadickhouse
You know who was a rare sight throughout the 60 odd days of filming on Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa? Johnny Knoxville, that's who. Irving Zisman was the man for almost all production intents and purposes, so much so that it was bizarre to see the man beneath the makeup unless you caught him at 6:00 in the morning or late night after filming. This moment here was one of the very few days in which Knoxville got a free-pass from the makeup, because a day of prep and rehearsal was required for Jackson to get everything dialed in for what would ultimately become his show-stealing "Beauty Pageant" performance. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Charlotte, North Carolina 2012) You know who was a rare sight throughout the 60 odd days of filming on Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa? Johnny Knoxville, that's who. Irving Zisman was the man for almost all production intents and purposes, so much so that it was bizarre to see the man beneath the makeup unless you caught him at 6:00 in the morning or late night after filming. This moment here was one of the very few days in which Knoxville got a free-pass from the makeup, because a day of prep and rehearsal was required for Jackson to get everything dialed in for what would ultimately become his show-stealing "Beauty Pageant" performance. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Charlotte, North Carolina 2012)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry closing the week out spikedickhouse
Okay, so it's not like I lack initiative, but my follow through certainly leaves a little to be desired. Three out of five thematic days ain't all that shabby though, especially in this ADHD day and age, and the fact the last day showed proof positive, well, that's all anyone will remember anyway, because who really remembers anything nowadays? So here's Spike mid-lunch break while filming for jackass 3 in 2010. He truly was in his all out of his mind glory that day, all the while struggling to keep things together yet crazier than all the other crazies around him. Seriously, there are some sections in downtown LA where we might as well have just gone and tried to prank the residents of a lunatic asylum, but that's exactly what we continued to do with Spike on this rather long, hot LA day with his head encased in a big foam bubble dubbed "Cathy". Oh well, you win some, you lose some, though we probably almost did lose our future Academy Award-winning screenwriter to heat-stroke. Sorry, Spike! But here's one last round of congratulatory applause from the nose-bleed seats at Dickhouse. Cheers! (Photo by Sean Cliver; Los Angeles, California 2010) Okay, so it's not like I lack initiative, but my follow through certainly leaves a little to be desired. Three out of five thematic days ain't all that shabby though, especially in this ADHD day and age, and the fact the last day showed proof positive, well, that's all anyone will remember anyway, because who really remembers anything nowadays? So here's Spike mid-lunch break while filming for jackass 3 in 2010. He truly was in his all out of his mind glory that day, all the while struggling to keep things together yet crazier than all the other crazies around him. Seriously, there are some sections in downtown LA where we might as well have just gone and tried to prank the residents of a lunatic asylum, but that's exactly what we continued to do with Spike on this rather long, hot LA day with his head encased in a big foam bubble dubbed "Cathy". Oh well, you win some, you lose some, though we probably almost did lose our future Academy Award-winning screenwriter to heat-stroke. Sorry, Spike! But here's one last round of congratulatory applause from the nose-bleed seats at Dickhouse. Cheers! (Photo by Sean Cliver; Los Angeles, California 2010)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry tonight on ridiculousness... nyjah huston!dickhouse

The half-ass vegan in me wants "skidders" to be all about unsightly tighty-whiteys gone badly brown, but the skateboarder within wants to see exactly what you're about to see: thrill-seeking "adrenalin junkies" gone full-blown explosive cheese grater. Because the only way to really appreciate the fine art of speed is not through witnessing the graceful execution thereof but the inevitable agony of defeat when the feet flail and how in the uncompromising face of physics, where no quarter is ever given and a quarter-pound is generally taken. In other words, fuck the reaper. Fear the wobbles! Professional skateboarder Nyjah Huston, who does not have a problem onboard, guest-stars tonight on an all-new episode of Ridiculousness with Rob Dyrdek at 10/9 C on the MTV.

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The half-ass vegan in me wants "skidders" to be all about unsightly tighty-whiteys gone badly brown, but the skateboarder within wants to see exactly what you're about to see: thrill-seeking "adrenalin junkies" gone full-blown explosive cheese grater. Because the only way to really appreciate the fine art of speed is not through witnessing the graceful execution thereof but the inevitable agony of defeat when the feet flail and how in the uncompromising face of physics, where no quarter is ever given and a quarter-pound is generally taken. In other words, fuck the reaper. Fear the wobbles! Professional skateboarder Nyjah Huston, who does not have a problem onboard, guest-stars tonight on an all-new episode of Ridiculousness with Rob Dyrdek at 10/9 C on the MTV.

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dickhouse productions posted an entry happy birthday to tyler!dickhouse

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In accordance with the case of West v. Swift and the ruling precedent it set, we are forgoing a second day of lauding Mr. Jonze in favor of celebrating the birthday of Tyler the Creator. In a near birthday suit no less! Look forward to a third season of Loiter Squad coming sooner or later to an Adult Swim near you.

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In accordance with the case of West v. Swift and the ruling precedent it set, we are forgoing a second day of lauding Mr. Jonze in favor of celebrating the birthday of Tyler the Creator. In a near birthday suit no less! Look forward to a third season of Loiter Squad coming sooner or later to an Adult Swim near you.

(Photo by Shanna Zablow; 2014)




dickhouse productions posted an entry music video: "motion animal" by crashdickhouse

We interrupt this week's celebration of Spike to bring you this important music video announcement: "Motion Animal" by Crash is now available for you to watch in all its glory. Crash is, of course, our one-time jackassworld.rip and Dickhouse receptionist who vocally fronted The Deadly Syndrome, then moved on to Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and is now belting it out as he himself Crash with the upcoming solo debut Hardly Criminal. So here's a song to get your morning off to a rip roarin' go tell it on a mountain way. Bravo, Crash!

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We interrupt this week's celebration of Spike to bring you this important music video announcement: "Motion Animal" by Crash is now available for you to watch in all its glory. Crash is, of course, our one-time jackassworld.rip and Dickhouse receptionist who vocally fronted The Deadly Syndrome, then moved on to Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and is now belting it out as he himself Crash with the upcoming solo debut Hardly Criminal. So here's a song to get your morning off to a rip roarin' go tell it on a mountain way. Bravo, Crash!

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dickhouse productions posted an entry cuatro de marzo... fiesta de jonze!dickhouse
You call it Tuesday, I call it the second day in our celebration of Spike. And no, not because we're trying to butter him up to one day use his Oscar as a future prop for as of yet, well, undetermined purposes, but because he deserves it big-time. (By the by, if you can't find a theater to peruse the award-winning pronoun of the year, head on over to Amazon to pre-order Her HERE.) Anyway, obligatory photo description forthcoming, this is Spike's version of going incognito, circa March 2000, while filming—I mean, shooting a little bit called "The Convict" during production on the jackass TV show pilot. If for some reason you're unfamiliar with this bit, don't be surprised, but the details of said too hot escapade were briefly touched upon in the jackass the beginning MTV special that promotionally accompanied the release of jackass 3D. In the meantime, let's just say you should always remember to put your car in park before leaping out to apprehend what appears to be an escaped convict shuffling about a West Hollywood sidewalk. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Hollywood, California 2000)[...] You call it Tuesday, I call it the second day in our celebration of Spike. And no, not because we're trying to butter him up to one day use his Oscar as a future prop for as of yet, well, undetermined purposes, but because he deserves it big-time. (By the by, if you can't find a theater to peruse the award-winning pronoun of the year, head on over to Amazon to pre-order Her HERE.) Anyway, obligatory photo description forthcoming, this is Spike's version of going incognito, circa March 2000, while filming—I mean, shooting a little bit called "The Convict" during production on the jackass TV show pilot. If for some reason you're unfamiliar with this bit, don't be surprised, but the details of said too hot escapade were briefly touched upon in the jackass the beginning MTV special that promotionally accompanied the release of jackass 3D. In the meantime, let's just say you should always remember to put your car in park before leaping out to apprehend what appears to be an escaped convict shuffling about a West Hollywood sidewalk. (Photo by Sean Cliver; Hollywood, California 2000)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry and the winner is... spike jonze!dickhouse
Okay, so maybe we didn't bring home the little golden man for the top-notch makeup job by Mr. Stephen Prouty and the Alterian effects team (the word "robbed!" comes to mind), but Spike Jonze made up for it with his well-deserved win for Best Original Screenplay on Her. Hooray for Spike! That said, let's make this a whole week of Spike celebration with photos from all throughout our timeline with him, starting here in 1992 where we see him seated at what was then considered a video editing device located at the World Industries skate park/original Big Brother magazine office. And who would that be next to him? Oh, that's just another third of the former "Master Cluster" and jackass "skull 'n' crutches" logo designer himself Andy Jenkins, a/k/a Mel Bend, who currently rules the art dump roost over at Girl Skateboards. Like to play connect the dots? Have a hankering for history? Good luck finding it, but OOP copies of jackass: 10 Years of Stupid can occasionally be found HERE.[...] Okay, so maybe we didn't bring home the little golden man for the top-notch makeup job by Mr. Stephen Prouty and the Alterian effects team (the word "robbed!" comes to mind), but Spike Jonze made up for it with his well-deserved win for Best Original Screenplay on Her. Hooray for Spike! That said, let's make this a whole week of Spike celebration with photos from all throughout our timeline with him, starting here in 1992 where we see him seated at what was then considered a video editing device located at the World Industries skate park/original Big Brother magazine office. And who would that be next to him? Oh, that's just another third of the former "Master Cluster" and jackass "skull 'n' crutches" logo designer himself Andy Jenkins, a/k/a Mel Bend, who currently rules the art dump roost over at Girl Skateboards. Like to play connect the dots? Have a hankering for history? Good luck finding it, but OOP copies of jackass: 10 Years of Stupid can occasionally be found HERE.[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry another day another dickdickhouse

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You know what? I'm over this whole "street art" movement. Obey the new outsider school and get hip to the fact that penises are the current crack among up-and-coming artists who don't give a whit about wheat paste unless it's a drawn stream of cream. Yep, didn't see that one coming, did you? Pow! Double entendre cheap shots to the eye! So get a viscous load of this: One man's wife presented him with a white board—you know, the dry erase kind, the bane of stuffy boardrooms every-high-rise-where—and he presented her with 365 days of innovative dick drawings in return. Youtube has since removed the video (phalluscists!), so you'll have to click HERE and scroll down to watch the entirely mesmerizing video of one man's manhood mania. Bravo!

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You know what? I'm over this whole "street art" movement. Obey the new outsider school and get hip to the fact that penises are the current crack among up-and-coming artists who don't give a whit about wheat paste unless it's a drawn stream of cream. Yep, didn't see that one coming, did you? Pow! Double entendre cheap shots to the eye! So get a viscous load of this: One man's wife presented him with a white board—you know, the dry erase kind, the bane of stuffy boardrooms every-high-rise-where—and he presented her with 365 days of innovative dick drawings in return. Youtube has since removed the video (phalluscists!), so you'll have to click HERE and scroll down to watch the entirely mesmerizing video of one man's manhood mania. Bravo!




dickhouse productions posted an entry tonight on ridiculousness... dudesons!dickhouse
Yumping yiminy! It's our friends the funny Finns, Jarppi and Jukka, a/k/a the Dudesons, though soon to be a/k/a the Nudesons, following tonight's all new episode of Ridiculousness at 10/9 C on the MTV. Best pucker up, buttercup, because you'll also witness such shenanigans as those blown out below, featuring shit related to the butt, none of which actually takes on the literal fecal form, but (butt!) some that could be a more fanciful interpretation of Led Zeppelin's eigth studio album In Through The Out Door. Fire in the hole! frameborder="0" height="288" src="http://media.mtvnservices.com/embed/mgid:uma:video:mtv.com:1006891/cp~vid%3D1006891%26uri%3Dmgid%3Auma%3Avideo%3Amtv.com%3A1006891" width="512"> MTV Shows (Photo by Rick Kosick; Hollywood, California 2013) Yumping yiminy! It's our friends the funny Finns, Jarppi and Jukka, a/k/a the Dudesons, though soon to be a/k/a the Nudesons, following tonight's all new episode of Ridiculousness at 10/9 C on the MTV. Best pucker up, buttercup, because you'll also witness such shenanigans as those blown out below, featuring shit related to the butt, none of which actually takes on the literal fecal form, but (butt!) some that could be a more fanciful interpretation of Led Zeppelin's eigth studio album In Through The Out Door. Fire in the hole! frameborder="0" height="288" src="http://media.mtvnservices.com/embed/mgid:uma:video:mtv.com:1006891/cp~vid%3D1006891%26uri%3Dmgid%3Auma%3Avideo%3Amtv.com%3A1006891" width="512"> MTV Shows (Photo by Rick Kosick; Hollywood, California 2013)[...]



dickhouse productions posted an entry from johnny knoxville to irving zisman... poof!dickhouse

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Behold! And now that I have your undivided if not possibly biblically-proportioned piqued interest, I urge you to watch, witness, and then testify to the amazing transformation of not only Johnny Knoxville to Irving Zisman but the compression of time itself—approximately three hours to a minute something, to be not so precise. Once you're finished, please hold your breath until this Sunday to see how Stephen Prouty and the Alterian  team fare in the 2014 Oscars' Best Makeup & Hairstyling category!

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Behold! And now that I have your undivided if not possibly biblically-proportioned piqued interest, I urge you to watch, witness, and then testify to the amazing transformation of not only Johnny Knoxville to Irving Zisman but the compression of time itself—approximately three hours to a minute something, to be not so precise. Once you're finished, please hold your breath until this Sunday to see how Stephen Prouty and the Alterian  team fare in the 2014 Oscars' Best Makeup & Hairstyling category!

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dickhouse productions posted an entry a wildboyz circle of lifedickhouse
Not to get all ouroboros on you, but if Elton John was one of the Wildboyz this is the circle of life he no doubt would've sung out loud about. Granted, he may not have won an Oscar for the mouthy performance, at least the vocal aspect, but I have to give it to anyone (or anything!) this limber with their lumber. Especially if you're a fan of the Wildboyz and remember that the walrus has an actual honest to god bone in its boner! It also bears mentioning that this self-servicing dicksucker reminds me of one of our longest standing if not perennial office debates: Would you if you could? The answer, in general, has been "no" (even on repeated queries with bonus hypothetical scenarios involving clones*), but there is one person who loudy and proudly exclaimed, "Fuck yes, I would! I'd never leave the house!" He is the walrus, apparently, not Paul, and Jeff Tremaine is the proud owner of the aforementioned penis bone. allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/Ros73m7xBRA" width="640"> * This is a whole other mental can of worms to choke on, in which case almost all our debates take on an unusually philosophical edge for a good 30 minutes or so until they end, as all most tend to do, with an Eiffel Tower. Not to get all ouroboros on you, but if Elton John was one of the Wildboyz this is the circle of life he no doubt would've sung out loud about. Granted, he may not have won an Oscar for the mouthy performance, at least the vocal aspect, but I have to give it to anyone (or anything!) this limber with their lumber. Especially if you're a fan of the Wildboyz and remember that the walrus has an actual honest to god bone in its boner! It also bears mentioning that this self-servicing dicksucker reminds me of one of our longest standing if not perennial office debates: Would you if you could? The answer, in general, has been "no" (even on repeated queries with bonus hypothetical scenarios involving clones*), but there is one person who loudy and proudly exclaimed, "Fuck yes, I would! I'd never leave the house!" He is the walrus, apparently, not Paul, and Jeff Tremaine is the proud owner of the aforementioned penis bone. allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/Ros73m7xBRA" width="640"> * This is a whole other mental can of worms to choke on, in which case almost all our debates take on an unusually philosophical edge for a good 30 minutes or so until they end, as all most tend to do, with an Eiffel Tower.[...]