You guys know about Tosh.0, right? You should, because our Molls was on the show, and if you haven’t seen it then I would strongly suggest you evaluate where your loyalties lie. Anyway, if you haven’t seen it, just know that you need to turn on a television every now and again to see what’s going on in the world, and that it’s a show on Comedy Central featuring viral videos hosted by one of my very favorites, Daniel Tosh. Are we all up to date? Good, because now we can start talking about porn:
Comedy Central’s Tosh.0 will get on the receiving end of the satirical sword when multiple award-winning adult performer Dane Cross will make his directorial debut with a parody of the long-running show, to be called Tosh.0h.
“Tosh is aware that a parody is being made,” Cross said. “We are excited to see his reaction to it once it comes out.” Parody elements will include ‘Star Wars Kid’ and performance of the song ‘What What, In The Butt,’” performed by a black female instead of a gay black male “to make it more straight-audience friendly,” plus viral YouTube clips and other surprises.
There’s a release date of early May, and believe me, May can’t get here soon enough. Can you even begin to imagine the wonders this porn will hold? A PORN VERSION OF THE STAR WARS KID! Can something so powerful exist?!
What other magic do you think could lie inside this film? Some “Chocolate Rain,” heaven forbid? Some drugged out banging interrupted by a double rainbow? The possibilities are so endless and inspiring.
March 18, 2011 at 12:30 pm by Emily
|Web Redemption – Looking For A Girlfriend|
If you watched Tosh.0 last night you might have seen a familiar face: Mine. My friend writes for the show and asked me to come on and play a goth girl for a day. I obviously agreed because I’ll do anything goth whenever anyone asks me. I love feigning commitment to the goth lifestyle.
If you’re unfamiliar, Tosh.0 is basically like The Soup, but on Comedy Central and about web videos. It’s hosted by comedian Daniel Tosh, and it’s killing in the ratings, which I suppose means something. The sketch I was in was part of a segment they do where they bring someone who is a YouTube “star” and they give them a second chance to do it all over. For this episode they picked Chris, a sweet stoner goth who was looking for a girlfriend.
*Spoiler Alert* Chris didn’t pick me. In the video he winds up going with one of the models (who were actually Deal or No Deal briefcase girls! Love them!), but I think that if the whole thing wasn’t staged for TV, he would have gone with me. For sure.