"I originally met Tommy in San Fransisco in an acting class, of all places and I watched him perform a Shakespearean sonnet. And I think everyone in the class was horrified." - Greg Sestero
The best part about this clip is when you read the context of it in The Disaster Artist. (BTW you should totally read it, it’s absolutely fantastic.)
See, Tommy Wiseau wanted a SAG card and found out he needed to be in something first, like a commercial or what have you. So he made this commercial for his business and cast himself in it, therefore buying himself a SAG card.
ALSO he saw Greg Sestero’s work in Retro Puppet Master and was so inspired by his performance that he was imitating it in this commercial.
So Tommy Wiseau made a Shakespearean Puppet Master ripoff commercial for his shady clothing business all in an attempt to get a SAG card before he just made his own movie anyway.
Wait. Greg was in Retro Puppet Master???? I had no idea and Puppet Master is my favorite series!
Yep! He was young Toulon.
unicorns are notorious for their hatred of posturing bro culture
(I’m debating making this girl available as a sticker and a shirt.)
That should make it easier to identify what kind of people to avoid like the plague, thanks! :^)
it’s funny because the kind of people who identify with bro culture are the exact people I’d want to avoid me like the plague so this works
While most think Paul McGann is the shortest running Doctor, this is false. The shortest of them all is, in fact, the Ninth, with negative eight years between regenerations.
I keep dropping the word “running” when I read this post. I’m not sure that isn’t true, he looks about the same height as Patrick Trouton.
definitely untrue, sylvester mccoy is much shorter. sylvester mccoy is tiny.
this is my new favorite video
Hercules reads his script entirely wrong
(reads the word disappointed, when he was supposed to sound disappointed)
New favorite thing to say when disappointed.
I shout this all the time and I am only 70% sure people understand the reference
Cyclocoeloma tuberculata - also know as “the decorator crab”
This small cryptic-looking “decorator crab” appears to have mastered the art of disguise by attaching various anemones and coral polyps to its exoskeleton. A slow mover, even when approached, it seems to have complete confidence in its ability to remain inconspicuous.