Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Juggalo Alert! (Don't say we didn't warn you...)

Posted By on Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 12:24 PM

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Just in case you've been planning to escape the Colorado Springs cold, settle down next to the fireplace with a glass of fine cognac, and turn on FUSE-TV — and, really, who among us wasn't? — we feel obligated to warn you that the cable network will be airing a new episode of Insane Clown Posse Theater tonight.

This week, the two uber-Juggalos are interviewing GWAR lead crooner Dave Brockie, aka Oderus Urungus. What that means, of course, is a prolonged exercise in offensiveness and stupidity. Then again, ICP's inexplicable success and bizarre longevity suggest that clown cohorts Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope are anything but stupid.

In any case, this is clearly a match made in heaven, as this quote from today's press release makes clear:
"I had a great time in the Big Apple with ICP, making fun of idiotic videos, molesting their girlfriends in the mop closet, and making entire bologna-logs disappear up my ass," said rock and roll's most asinine front-thing. "And once again Fuse had the balls to put GWAR on TV. But isn't it about time we had our own TV show? Who do I need to have sex with?" 
All of which suggests tonight may be a great time to turn off the TV and crack open that book on animal husbandry you've always been meaning to get to.

Still feeling masochistic? Insane Clown Posse Theater airs at 9:30 PM MST, and you can catch a preview of tonight's episode here.

Or you could just scroll down to watch this "web extra" interview with Oderus, in which the cute little guy philosophizes about time being an abyss and other things like that. As he puts it, "There are some things more terrible than death, you know?"

Truer words were never spoken.

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