Sunday, February 04, 2007

On The Other Hand

I gotta give the guy TAFKAP props for hanging in and doing an electric show during a monsoon.

But then again, that whole demonic shadow penis thing gets us right back to planet-scouring.

Can I have my football comedy gold back, please?

7 comments:

Sasha said...

So was the whole demonic shadow penis to give us the heads up that we weren't going to get to see his nipple? That this one was for the boys?

Kimmah said...

the shadow penis was a highlight for me. I was choking back the laughter and trying not to point out the obvious because there were twee ones in the room.

I thought his was miles better than the shiteous Rolling Stones' performance last year, but then again, the bar was pretty low.

gothmog said...

As I noted on my blog, I was wondering how in the world they got Aunt Jemima to perform the halftime show. And who knew that Aunt Jemima had a shadow penis?

Sasha said...

John over at AmericaBlog received a pic from one of his minions. Here goes:
http://americablog.blogspot.com/2007/02/so-did-anybody-catch-princes-musical.html

purplestate said...

Ah, Shadow Penis art makes a comeback! As a student of theatrical history, I can tell you that this sort of puppet show was very popular back in the days of Racine and Moliere. (Props for recognizing who those two are, Landru) and I am not surprised to see an artist so deeply in touch with his heritage bringing back an art form so long left in the archives.

Remember that 2nd and 1? Two mishandled snaps later, and I knew how the game was going to end . . .

boners draw ratings said...

I wonder if the two snicker's eating auto mechanics ripped more hair off their chest after realizing they'd just watched Prince six times on their tivo.

Interesting mix of homoerotic homophobia (or is it homophobic homoerotica? I get confused) that American football.

Swami said...

Demonic shadow penis? Being of a pure and clean mind I saw no such thing. I also thought my hometown boy did quite well. Certainly better than the last few halftime shows.

We called him "Glyph" btw, when he was TAFKAP.