Actually, comedic situations arise from strange circumstances, such as those. For example, arrested development is practically mandatory these days. Boyish characters (which were once-upon-a-time, interesting contrasts to reality) have become as predictable as my train schedule.wich2 wrote:I guess... if egotistical and arrested development sexist tyrants are one's idea of charming chuckle fodder.Red Bartlett wrote:Volumeswich2 wrote:Not much to laugh at in the reporting in that article.
Here's an article with a different perspective on Hugh Hefner's legacy than the slasher posted earlier. It gets political, but that's what you get in the industry these days http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/c ... ia-1044769
"I would hope that people could see the positives in the Playboy sexual landscape — the foregrounding of pleasure and fun and humor. Sex is not a tragedy, it's a comedy!"
He could have easily been a jerk too. But you have to consider all of these a possibility.