When in the history of reality television has a show kicked off a contestant for a rule violation without explaining what happened?! That of course is what happened on Monday's episode of Rupaul's Drag Race (sorry we just got to watching it last night). Off went Willam in the final moments of the show, right after he seemed to be acting moody and then puked off the side of the stage. We're pretty sure he was on drugs (oh, those WeHo queens), and he got caught with them, and all he'll admit to now is being "a troublemaker" -- probably because neither he nor the show wants to get him arrested for possession? Anyway, totally bizarre right?! And the release of that Chik Fil-A video by Willam and friends was so well timed ... right before the episode aired.
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Customs and Border Protection agents boarded an Atlantis Cruise that was docked at St. Thomas, in the U.S. Virgin Islands last week and found drugs on the person of one passenger. That passenger then fingered Steven Krumholz, age 51 of California, saying he had paid Krumholz ahead for the drugs and picked them up while on board. Then...
Agents who searched Krumholz’s cabin reported finding more than 140 ecstasy pills, nearly three grams of methamphetamine, a small quantity of ketamine and about $51,000 in cash. While waiting for the suspect in his cabin, two more passengers came to buy drugs, according to agents.
"Sloppy party bottom" had to have been higher on the list than "a joint" and "church collection plate." Oh, wait, where was this survey taken?
Extra Extra! The company that makes Rush, the most popular brand of "video head cleaner," or rather "liquid incense" that people sniff before and during sex is going out of business! Pac West Distributing is apparently already dunzo and those bottles of Rush are soon to become a collector's item! And here we thought sales must be up with all the kids doing poppers these days... [This Is FYF]
So, not only do we run into twentysomethings doing poppers at any old party these days, just for shits, but local news stations like this one are up in arms over a new study that says that 12-year-olds are doing poppers and whip-its at concerts! For shame! Apparently, the kids are all growing up to fast, and some 7% of 12-year-old report having done poppers or some other inhalant. It really is the 70s again, except now the kids are part of the party too...
New York Magazine's website has this fun collection of great, trippy, drug scenes from movies. We especially like the very simple stoned scene featuring Anna Farris in Gregg Araki's Smiley Face. We sort of missed this flick, and only knew Araki from 2004's Mysterious Skin and from his 90s gay shock cinema stuff like The Doom Generation.
After the jump, watch as Anna gets really into some corn chips, and then meditates quietly on lasagna. [NY Mag]
Oh, Pee-Wee. Paul Rubens' famous charater is currently getting a Los Angeles stage revival that harkens back to Pee-Wee's pre-TV roots in more adult-based experimental theater, but should he ever really have been doing public service announcements about crack? This is sort of like Richard Simmons doing a condom commercial, but anyway. Enjoy. [Dangerous Minds]