Characters Final Frame

Voicemail From Hudson In this message left for Hudson's credit card company, Hudson questions a charge made to his account from a famous lingerie store.

Voice Mail From Hudson, is a collection of recorded messages that Hudson has left on answering machines.  The tapes were collected by the federal government during their investigation of Rib Riot's unclaimed income taxes.  The surveillance was dropped when it became apparent that Rib Riot wasn't making an income to claim.

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Sirius Satellite Radio Inc.

  • I can’t see over your huge melon.
  • Daddy, I tinkled on the floor!
  • And now for your feature presentation… Daddy Day Care!
  • This isn’t really butter per se.
  • That’ll be $45 for 2 small drinks and a dixie cup of popcorn.
  • He’s dead the entire time, that’s how the boy can see him.

Have any other ideas?  We’d love to hear them.  Just put them in the comments section!

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Stop Wearing Nut Huggers!

October 29th, 2007

Keep It In The Closet

In this episode of Keep It In The Closet, Stephen comments on underwear briefs.  If you wear them or you know someone who does, tell them about the episode.  It could save a life.

Keep It In The Closet highlights the latest disasters in the fashion world.  Stephen's blunt and straight to the point approach gives you the back door insight into the world of high design.  Press play to listen…

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Apple iTunes

Fantasy SportsWell, we’re almost midway through the football season.  So, I thought I’d give you fans a fantasy football update.  Let’s take it position by position.  I’ll give you my sleepers and picks to click.  Keep in mind that these players ARE available in most leagues.


1. Dan Marino – With Vinny Testeverde making his triumphant return, I expect Dan-O to return soon, very soon.  Especially with head tackling machine Trent Green now out in Miami.

2. Ryan Hutchins – Technically, he’s not in the league yet, but with most teams firing through quarterbacks like Mike Tyson through ears, this high school senior could shake things up.  He’s leading St. Mary’s Boys School with 350 yards, 2 touchdowns, 4 interceptions, and 23.7% completion rate after five games.

Running Backs

1. Thurman Thomas – With a slew of teams in desperate need of a running back, this recent Hall of Famer could make a huge impact on any team he touches.

2. Eddy Jenkins – Eddy is Tampa Bay’s 7th string running back, cut from the practice squad.  He may be getting the call up very shortly.  If he does, have your finger on the buy button.

Wide Recievers

1.  Carlton Fisk – An excellent catcher if you’re in a bye week pinch!

2.  John Henry – After serving an eight-week suspension, this highlight reel should be ready to make a splash in the Bengals lineup.

Tight Ends

1. Anthony Gondola – This tight end is having an amazing year and even broke the all-time tight end touchdown record recently for the Kansas City Chiefs.  He’s under the radar, but still an excellent pick.

2. Antonio Fences – Even with wild fires burning through San Diego, this tight end has been a go-to-guy for the Chargers, even if he is buried on the depth chart.


1. Rob Bironas – Seriously, this guy kicked (and made) eight field goals in one day.  I can’t even drink that many glasses of water a day.  Pick him up.

2. Martin Grammerica – He’s short, but powerful. Just wait for a team to have trouble dinging it through the uprights, and he’ll be starting in no time.


1. Houston Oilers – Even though they lost in a nail biter last week, I think they are a solid buy.  And with Warren Moon at the helm, how can you go wrong?

Thanks for checking out my picks, now go forth and prosper.

(Editor's Note: Ricky's selections have not been verified.  Some of the players above may be inactive, retired, injured, dead, non-existent or play for entirely different sports.  Please do not make any wagers with these picks.

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Apple iTunes

The Eat SheetEh, this restaurant reminds me of home.  You can show up wearing whatever you want, and you'll fit right in.  No reason to dress up here.  In fact you pretty much just microwave everything yourself.

Name: Aunt Laura's Family Restaurant

Slogan: "Where an alcoholic uncle berates you.  Family Style!"

Setting: Below Casual (You can pull off briefs and a tank top here.)

Distinguishing Characteristics: Cracked tile floor, cockroaches, red checkered table clothes, Spaghetti served on tables, dirty tables.

Price: $2.95.  All meals served family style.  The price stays low because they don't hire cooks.  You're in charge of your own re-heats.

Cuisine: Mostly Italian(Chef Boyardee), and frozen television dinners. 

Feature Entree: Spiderman Spaghetti-O's served on the table. 

The Eat Sheet is a collection of restaurants frequented by Gil on a regular basis.  He takes great pride in selecting frugal, but elegant eateries for his readers.  Each restaurant is hand selected by Gil, and must meet his rigorous testing matrix.  The matrix consists of one guideline… Price.  Check back for more of Gil's Eat Sheet

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What are your thoughts on Ellen DeGeneres and her dog fiasco?

"I think that if you take the time to save a dog from certain death, you're allowed to do whatever you want with it."
"As long as she didn't give it to Michael Vick, I don't see what the problem is.  Unless you gave it to a pre-dog incident Michael Vick, then you might have a problem on your hands."
"I once had a dog.  It got hit by an ambulance.  When I asked the paramedic if Rusty was going to dog heaven he said no."
"I don't have time for daytime drama… Did anyone catch The Young and the Restless?  What happened to Victor"

"I think it's ridiculous to steal a dog from a hairdresser.  You know she was going to make that puppy look super cute." 

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Overcoming Challenges

October 23rd, 2007

"Challenges Are Hard.  Note To Self: Avoid Them."
Hudson – 2007 

Semi-Motivational QuotesSemi-Motivational Quotes come directly from the Rib Riot C.E.O, Hudson.  Hudson has used this collection of quotes to inspire and motivate his Rib Riot employees, impress his dates, and to make himself appear smarter than he really is.   They are offered to you free of charge so that maybe you too will be inspired and motivated to accomplish somewhat great things with your life.

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Overheard at AT&T

October 22nd, 2007

  • Has our acquisition of the United States Government gone through?
  • Sprint thinks they're sooo cool. We'll own them!
  • I was thinking of changing our jingle to six tones.
  • Why does our logo look like a semi-operational Death Star?
  • What company do I work for now?

Have any other ideas? Put em' in the comments section!

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Terminator IV

October 19th, 2007

Terminator IVArtisan was desperate to recreate the gold they struck when they released Terminator 2: Judgment Day.  They bandied about ideas, and even attempted a marginally successful third film in the series.  However, studio execs weren't satisfied.  They went back to the drawing board and came up with…

Terminator IV: Fired From Kinkos

The plot entertained the idea that Terminator had been roaming around Earth for quite some time, and had become an accepted member of society.

Therefore Terminator needed to adjust to the social norms of the time, learn to cry, and feel human emotions.  The pitch was met with friction.

The studio was leery about turning a bonafied action series into a slapstick comedy, but they forged ahead developing the plot and hiring principles.

In a compromise the writers made the first half of the movie a comedy, while keeping the second half an action film. 

In the first half of the movie, the Terminator begins adjusting to society, which leads to marginal hilarity.  Finally, the Terminator lands a job at Kinkos.  However, the action begins when the Terminator is terminated for jamming the copy machine.  He would later return to avenge his firing with an action packed class action lawsuit. 

Arnold was cast as the Terminator, while Danny DeVito was slated to play his Kinkos boss.

The film was abandoned for unspecified reasons…

Project Redlight chronicles the movies that never made it in Hollywood.  They were discussed and bandied about, but ultimately a decision was made to pass on them.  The suggested movies are presented here with all of the details known at the time of their cancellation.  

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A Quick Fix For Drywall

October 18th, 2007

The Fru-GilIn today's episode of The Fru-Gil: Gil's Money Saving Tips, Gil talks about patching drywall in a pinch, and how he feels about the automotive industry.

The Fru-Gil is the Internet's finest source of audio advice on saving money.  Gil has painstakingly perfected and practiced every money saving tip he presents, and they have provided him with  the luxurious life that he never thought was possible.  This could change your life.  Press the play button to listen… 

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The K&J Lemonade Stand: Cool stuff for the young at heart!