The car smelled of fast food and dog pee and Randy’s cigars. (Vanity Fair via scoop from ace reporter Stephen Falk…he gets up earlier than me.)
The Quaids speak on GMA! (scoop via Stephen Falk by way of The Hollywood Reporter). They also provide a completely plausible explanation for Mel Gibson’s recent behavior.
Dog the Bounty Hunter has announced his intention to hunt down the Quaids on the George Lopez show. Right after he captures Osama Bin Laden. Is there anything Dog and his mighty mullet can’t do?
Also, here’s some video on the BBC of the Quaids in Canada requesting asylum. Best part is the end where the tired Canadian official reads from the crazy-scratch in their note.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – A prosecutor in California says Randy Quaid and his wife have been arrested in Canada and their bail increased to $500,000 apiece. (via Daily News)
Wherever they go, the Quaids leave a trail of destruction in their path. Will justice finally be done? This is a Lifetime MOTW I really, really want to see.
VANCOUVER (Reuters) – Hollywood actor Randy Quaid and his wife, wanted in the United States on vandalism charges, are seeking refugee status in Canada, saying on Friday they feared for their lives. (via Yahoo!)
Now Randy thinks that he’s next on the list of an elaborate actor-murdering conspiracy (“Yes, we are seeking asylum from Hollywood star whackers.”), so the natural thing to do is for the Quaids to try and immigrate to Canada. They also have a puppy.
File under Pointless But Fascinating. James Cameron talks trash about Piranha 3D, which is no great surprise since Cameron clearly thinks he’s some kind of modern-day Orson Wells, but the lengthy trash-response from P3D producer Mark Canton is really interesting. I can only characterize it as a literary tantrum. Directed at James Cameron. Which is silly. Read the exchange.
And, for the record, I thought Piranha 3D was WAY better than Avatar.