In light of the recent Jeremy London “kidnapping” and a reference to his brother found in my friend’s blog (http://caffeineandcupcakes.blogspot.com/2010/06/crazy-video-deconstructed.html) I started doing some serious thinking about these two. I’ve always had a hard time telling them apart and who has done what. I just knew that one was slightly cuter than the other. (That is unfortunately no longer the case.) I was never able to answer who was in Party of Five and who was in Dazed and Confused. Probably because I never got into Party of Five. So I’m going to get it straight once and for all and keep it posted so I can refer back to it easily. Well, at least the well-known stuff. I have no desire to make an IMDB sized list.
The Man in the Moon
To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar
Dazed and Confused
*Wow- it looks as though I’ve missed some classics here….Wasabi Tuna, A Midsummer Night’s Rave, Alien Cargo…sound like classics. I’m netflixing immediately
Mall Rats -still a personal fav
Party of Five
Ok, so neither of them have had stellar careers exactly, but they are still somewhat memorable when you think of the 90s.
But wtf Jeremy? Have you seen yourself lately? I could ride that bloat on your face up a river if I wanted to. That stupid kidnapping story is so absurd that I can’t decide whether its funny or angering. I guess I did sort of laugh. If Rick James was still with us I think he would probably have been in that car. And now Jeremy is suing his mother and brother to keep them from talking to the media about him, because they have given unauthorized interviews that included “false statements” about him that have damaged his reputation and career. Yes, that must be it. I was wondering where it all went wrong.
Look at Jason, Jeremy! So his career isn’t exactly A list either, but at least he isn’t a cracked out fat face.
Someone get Blohan on the horn, we’ve got a new bff for her. I’d be surprised if they haven’t hooked up already.