Archive for October 18, 2009

Whether they someway ran out of loose, bleach-blonde chicks with feign breasts, Hugh Hefner is unequivocally losing it or they only motionless to brew things up for a little some-more PR, the Marge Simpson Playboy cinema have been causing utterly a stir.

Posing seductively with donuts and divulgence side follower similar to Lindsay Lohan during a night of clubbing, Marge isn’t land back. What on earth would Homer say?!

Probably something along the lines of “d’oh-yeah, baby!” Sorry.

We posted the cover a week ago, afterwards brought you excerpts from Marge’s “interview” with the men’s magazine. Now a couple of some-more pics from her bare widespread have been out.

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A Review of I’ll Believe You (2007, DVD: 2009)Nighttime can meant opposite things to opposite people. The night hours have been those secluded hours when the universe rests whilst a name couple of of us have the payoff of working. The normal people have been asleep, the restaurants closed, and the noisy sounds of trade and big commercial operation have  been brought to a welcomed halt. But night has the odd eminence of being the time when the drifting urn people come out. If you’re up at the diminutive hours of the morning, you can catch a promote of Coast-to-Coast AM, the national air wave show which for years has featured a innumerable of mentally violent guests, trimming from your typical impostor compelling “energized water” to the customary crazy who believes which a square of tinfoil placed precisely in between your eyes will clear the capability to see auras. The show’s many renouned hosts, George Noory and Art Bell, do what all great mystics will try to do when confronted with mysteries, and which is pull the many unconnected and inclusive conclusions possible. But these half-psycho sensationalist sell-outs have been not alone. Meet I’ll Believe You’s Dale Sweeney (David Alan Basche), late night air wave speak show host for WMEL air wave in Melbourne, Florida. When the receptive to advice of the crickets gets low enough, you can listen to Dale’s utterance as he fills which oh-so-coveted 1 am timeslot. He’s a plain mystic, wanting similar to sky to hold in something over what he can see or listen to or feel. He’s in poke of aliens, as is his ridiculously small listening audience. Mr. Fratus (Fred Willard) is the hire manager. Willard’s comedic impetuosity would, if it were possible, lift a world right out of the orbit. Mr. Fratus never fails to demeanour out for #1, nor does he surrender in endowing others with his useful wisdom: “Religious people outlay money. Crazy people store cats.” I couldn’t determine more. He’s on Dale similar to white on rice to get the ratings up…or else!