Posted Jan 2, 2004 @ 6:36 PM
Posted Jan 2, 2004 @ 11:49 PM
I wondered that too. And I loved Ashton's merciless mocking of "ghetto Nick" and how he barely registered on the cool chart. Made me think of Justin Timberlake's mocking of Ashton on SNL. Snerk.
The Tommy Lee punk was lame. The girl practically jumped on the car. And why the hell is he hanging out with Nick Carter?
Posted Jan 3, 2004 @ 5:01 PM
Ashanti was awful. I thought Jessica Alba was just as big a bitch as Ashanti was. Maybe even a bigger one.
I agree with the Ashanti is a bitch comments.
Posted Jan 19, 2004 @ 10:52 PM
Edited by Adam Tyner, Jan 19, 2004 @ 10:52 PM.
Posted Jan 20, 2004 @ 2:28 PM
MTV's Punk'd - The Complete First Season
Sounds like there are enough extras to make buying the DVD worth it even if you've seen every episode a million times because of the million repeats on MTV.
Posted Jan 22, 2004 @ 1:10 AM
Justin Timberlake said as much in his interview last year? with Barbara WaWa, when she asked him if it was true he owned a bazillion pairs of shoes. He said by the time you can afford to buy the stuff, they just give it to. Screwed up world, indeed.
Why do celebs who can afford anything always get stuff for free? What a screwed up world.
Lara Flynn Boyle seemed to be quite concerned about the bill, and here I figured $25K was just walking around money for these big stars. Didn't she say something like 'what's my mother going to say'? That cracked me up. LFB, you're a grown woman, but that sounded so 15.
If the show is really over, can we declare Justin Timberlake the best punk'd victim ever.
And Dax was just brilliant.
Posted Jan 22, 2004 @ 9:44 PM
Posted Jan 26, 2004 @ 10:24 PM
Posted Apr 1, 2004 @ 5:18 PM
From the AP entertainment wire ...
Oon Thursday _ which just so happened to be April Fools Day _ MTV announced that Ashton Kutcher and his celebrity prank show Punk'd will return to the network with a new season. In December, Kutcher swore the program was finished.
"This is not an April Fools joke,'' MTV spokeswoman Vanessa Reyes said.
But, but ... what about a few months ago, when Kutcher promised the world he was all punk'd out? Was he just lying to everybody?
"Yes, he was,'' Reyes said.
So, I guess we're in for more Kutcher glut.
Here's what Kutcher told The Associated Press in January:
What a liar. I assume he was talking about The Butterfly Effect. If that's the case, no wonder he's having to do more Punk'd.
"I've become the boy who cried wolf,'' he acknowledged, offering some assurance that his decision to end the show after two seasons isn't just another hoax. "Let's put it this way,'' he said. "I'm getting ready to start shooting two movies, I'm still working on That '70s Show, I'm producing two other shows for MTV and creating a one-hour drama pilot for Fox ... I don't have the time."
Anyway, Punk'd returns to MTV on Sunday, April 25.
Posted Apr 3, 2004 @ 12:30 AM
By any chance has anyone seen Scare Tactics? I was thinking of starting a thread about this show but I don't know if anyone even watches it.
Posted Apr 3, 2004 @ 1:10 AM
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Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 12:19 AM
I love Matthew Perry. 'I said you can't buy that car it's yellow. He would've been made fun of.'[/bad paraphrasing]
Adam Brody, oh now he was adorable all mad. Ben McKenzie was looking super hot just sitting there. Hehe.
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 12:42 AM
Poor Adam Brody. Ashton was such a dick making fun of him in his black and white shouty monologue thing.
I didn't catch all of the "this season...on punk'd". Who else is getting punk'd this season? Did I see the Rock in that sequence?
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 12:47 AM
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 3:30 AM
Maybe it's just me, but the punkees this season just don't look that interesting based on the previews. The Rock's didn't look too bad though.
Edited by Lightowl, Apr 26, 2004 @ 3:31 AM.
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 6:36 AM
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 8:25 AM
I was distracted by the new black guy though because I immediately recognized him from that ring tones commercial where he and his friend walk down the street playing "In Da Club" on his cell phone.
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 9:08 AM
It's hard to believe Matthew Perry is so "on" in real life. Not much acting needed to be Chandler.
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 9:10 AM
Eve: You can take the girl outta Philly, but you can't take the Philly out of the girl. She was rolling with the F-bombs. Allen Iverson would be so proud.
Matt Perry's Punk'd seemed to drag on, IMO. He was funny, of course. His insistance on the fact that the car is yellow was giggle-worthy. And his "Apple pie kind of guy was" hilarious. However, he was so low key and calm, and I like watching Punk'd to see celebs get all hostile like Eve, Tommy Lee, and Jessica Alba (bitch).
Adam Brody's was boring. I was kind of irked by the dude from The O.C. (what's the actor's name) when he made that comment after the "fianceÚ" left them and went back to her friends, "Did you see her? She was acting like she doesn't know who we are." Truth be told, even though he was Punk'd I still don't know who Adam Brody is, and I only know the guy from The O.C. because I've caught episodes here and there.
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 9:15 AM
I do want to see the Vivica episode.
Edited by MisterMcGee, Apr 26, 2004 @ 9:15 AM.
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 9:27 AM
Eve was boring to me, and I'm not at all impressed by someone who just starts freaking out and cussing at people. Eh.
Matthew Perry, my one-time fiancÚ who fell from grace, is now back in my good graces. I felt so sorry for him when he immediately put up his hands, and he was so respectful, but he just couldn't hold in his Chandler-esque tendencies. I just love him. The best part of this show is seeing how these people really act, and I was happy that I liked the "real" Matthew so much. "Apple pie kind of guy" cracked me up, too, fashionista.
Adam Brody looks adorable sipping a drink. Adam Brody looks adorable explaining polyester. Adam Brody looks adorable ignoring a note that was put in his pocket. Adam Brody looks more than adorable sheepishly avoiding discussion of the note that's in his pocket. Adam Brody looks frickin' sexy calmly trying to defend himself and then finally getting a little hot (HOT!) under the collar. The boy has a small white-man 'fro and weighs about 98 pounds, yet I still love him beyond reason, even more after this show (which I didn't think would be possible). He was just enough Seth Cohen to make me happy, and even delightfully more manly. Sigh. I want to put him in my pocket. He's only four years younger than I am. I could SO handle that. My boyfriend probably couldn't, though. *kicking the dirt like petulant little boy* If I were still 14 years old, or, say, in college, my walls would be plastered with his picture. At my age, I just have to be satisifed with being inexplicably . . . happy when he's on TV.
Edited by dentonj, Apr 26, 2004 @ 9:35 AM.
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 10:26 AM
Oh my goodness, Adam Brody is the guy who plays Seth? See, I don't watch the show enough to recognize him outside of the show...which proves my point about the two being a little too full of themselves when the girl asked them who they were.
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 12:14 PM
Does anybody know if they will be reunning episodes from Season 2 again. (I know that they've done it all this past week.) I had all the episodes taped, and the second half were on the tape I was going to tape last night's premiere. It was all set up beforehand, and when I got home all i was going to do was press play. Anyways, my brother pressed rewind by accident and We taped over the Halle Berry ep.
Posted Apr 26, 2004 @ 1:19 PM