Any Wieners in Michigan heading out to the Motor City Comic Con this weekend? They usually have a few wrestlers there (Iron Shiek, Nicholai Volkoff, and Raven were there last year), but the only one advertised this year if Virgil, who is there EVERY year. There's a good list of "celebrities" who will be there this year, such as Erin Moran from Happy Days, Alfonso Ribiero from Silver Spoons and Fresh Prince, and Erin Grey from Silver Spoons and Buck Rogers, to name a few.
Anyway, I'll be there and will be walking around in a big banana suit with a fez in an effort to promote the band I'm in (The Banana Convention...Google it!). So, if any Wieners are there and see the Fez Wearing Banana, feel free to stop me to chat for a bit.
Banana wearing fez eh? Reminds me of a shitty pop punk band that I liked when I was 15, Ghoti Hook. In fact here is the cover of their second album titled "Banana Man":
Anyways, I ran into Virgil at the con but he wasn't at his table signing. So he said want to come see my booth and get a picture so I said yes figuring that since the con was closing down he was just trying to get rid of pictures. As it turned out nothing is free as I paid 20 bucks for an autographed Virgil and Million Dollar Man picture...oh well. I have the picture hanging up in my basement.
In addition, I hope to be going with some friends on saturday or sunday so I'll be on the lookout for a giant fez-wearing bananer.
Personally I love the show format (I likes my discussion/debate), I just didn't like Bill Maher. I'll second Tragic's opinion that he became too condescending near the end. They should have just ditched him and kept the format.