Paul MacLean is the head coach of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators. He has one of the most unique mustaches I’ve ever seen. Or so it appears until you notice the man behind him looks exactly the same as Paul. If that isn’t his brother, I’m convinced we all have a doppelgänger out there somewhere in this world. I just hope mine isn’t out there giving us a bad name by committing crimes or yelling at children.
Eliza Coupe plays Jane on the very funny ABC comedy Happy Endings. Here she is dressed as Gallagher, marking his second appearance on steeshes.com in parody form but zero times as himself or his brother.
I’ve been getting a lot of complaints lately that we are ignoring some people who fit in our key demographics – Canadians and fans of Blast from the Past. In order to satisfy both of those groups, here is Dave Foley.
Dave was a member of Kids in the Hall, the Canadian sketch comedy show. He was also on News Radio, a series that I once purchased in its entirety at Best Buy, only to sell a few years later for more than I paid for it. Thanks, Dave!
It’s also Dave’s birthday today. Happy birthday, Dave. We love you very, very, very, very, very, very, very much.
I went to see This Is 40 yesterday. On our way to theater SIX I noticed a woman filling up a Tupperware container full of butter flavoring. As far as I could see she DIDN’T EVEN HAVE POPCORN. Because of this incident we walked into theater THREE. 20 minutes later, Django Unchained started and I wasn’t about to get up and start another movie 15 minutes in.
So that’s how I accidentally saw Django Unchained yesterday. Once it started I noticed a few things. First, holy smokes they say the N word a lot. Second, holy smokes there’s an awful lot of blood in that film. Finally, holy smokes Christoph Waltz is a fantastic actor. It may look like he has a beard in this photo but multiple times throughout the film he strokes his facial hair in order to define his mustache. It’s a real treat.
I saved up Boardwalk Empire Season 3 for a rainy weekend, and this past weekend was a regular hurricane (I stayed at my Mom’s where there is no television service). So naturally I was able to cruise through the entire thing. Not only was it a great season, there were a couple of nice steeshes.
What can be said about Joseph Aniska that wasn’t said in his IMDB description. It says, “Actor” and that’s exactly how we all think of him. Joseph plays Agent Stan Sawicki, who is getting paychecks from both the government and Nucky. Two paychecks?! What a smart idea for this guy. That’s double the money of one paycheck!
Gutzon Borglum is the sculptor famous for designing Mount Rushmore. Then his story gets bleak. “A child of polygamy. His father, Jens Møller Haugaard Børglum, had two wives when he lived in Idaho—Borglum’s mother and his mother’s sister, his father’s first, legal wife. His father decided to leave Mormonism and to go back to Omaha, where polygamy was illegal and taboo. He decided that Gutzon’s mother would be cast out of the family and never spoken of again.”
Happy Holidays everyone!
Jack Rebney was called the Angriest Man In The World when a compilation of outtakes from a promotional video for Winnebago was leaked, first by people passing around VHS copies (haha) and then when it was put on youtube. Jack did not have a good time on this shoot. If you’ve never seen the expletive-filled outtakes, have a look:
If you’re like me and you enjoyed the video, and you still haven’t fallen asleep at 12:30 on what is now for sure going to be an exhausting Monday, why not catch Winnebago Man on Netflix. This documentary catches up with Jack to see if he’s still swearing (spoiler alert: HE IS).
As I do with any movie that seems like it might be good, I’ve tried to avoid all things Django Unchained. Today I was not able to ignore the unique steesh on Don Johnson for his role as Big Daddy.
Don is 18th on the cast list so I doubt he has a huge role, but it sure will be memorable for that mustache. It looks like a little kid drew a picture of a house on his face with a gray marker.
Charles “Peanut” Tillman is another Bears player getting in on some Movember fun. It’s difficult to find pictures of these guys without their helmets on, but Charles was nice enough to tweet this picture of himself sporting a steesh.
I heard Peanut on the radio a few years back saying that to keep warm during cold games in Chicago, he lathers himself up with vaseline. How slippery!
And we’re back. Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears visited Nashville this weekend to manhandle the Titans. The Bears scored 28 points in a matter of 4 minutes.
Some people will say it had nothing to do with the fact that many of the Bears players were sporting mustaches, and they’d be right. It’s because the Titans aren’t very good.
This has nothing to do with mustaches, except the fact that the guy has a mustache as part of his beard, but I’ll be damned if I wasn’t going to share it:
I didn’t know anything about Kevin Hickey until last night when I was forced to watch the White Sox game at a fantasy football draft. Hickey never played high school baseball, but he was really good at 16 inch softball. He went from softball to semipro baseball, to pitching for the White Sox. For people who don’t know anything about baseball, this is a remarkable accomplishment.
Hickey passed way earlier this year while working as the batting practice pitcher for the White Sox. He was honored by the team in a ceremony before the game last night, and many of the players wore mustaches as a sign of respect.
I wouldn’t dare mention Almost Famous without displaying PSH and his beautiful tickler.
Here’s one of my favorite clips of Philip that doesn’t have anything to do with Almost Famous or mustaches. This clip is NSFWUYWIMO(BIJWI) (Not Safe For Work Unless You Work In My Office (Because I Just Watched It):
If you couldn’t tell, I watched Boogie Nights last night…. for the first time. I suppose it’s no surprise that a movie about the pornography industry in the 1970s and 80s would be stupid with mustaches.
Here is Alfred Molina who had a small but terrific role in Boogie Nights. Now whenever I picture a drug dealer’s house it will always have an Asian man lighting off firecrackers one at a time.
I’m not sure if my sister sent me this link because it has to do with mustaches or my favorite TV show. Either way here it is for your eyes to see.
If you come to this site for breaking news in the mustache world, you’re in the wrong place. If you come here for 3 day old pictures of people with mustaches, you’re our target audience.
Adam Levine, who has long been the lead singer for Maroon 5, and more recently a judge on
American Idol: Swirling Chairs The Voice, has found himself with a mustache, making a movie, even though he’s never acted before. It’s good to see him finally catch a break.
I guess some people don’t like when you joke that the French like Jerry Lewis. It’s not as if I accused them of owning Two and a Half Men on DVD. I just wanted an excuse to watch that clip from The Errand Boy, which I really enjoy.
I don’t want to get any negative comments on this post, so I’ll tell you this – I don’t believe that all French toast smoke cigarettes, have thin mustaches and wear berets. I do believe that the one in this picture looks nice though.
If you can afford a fancy phone but can’t grow a fancy mustache, the people at
Steeshify Stachify have you covered. You can download their app, which is billed to be “like Instagram, but for mustaches.” Sure it is.
You will have to pay $0.99 for Stachify, but it might be worth it. I would download it to try it out, but in the past I got burned by iTunes because they store your credit card information and Internet gypsies are ruthless.
I mentioned Ben Garant earlier this week as the writing partner of Thomas Lennon (pictured above with Garant). Like Lennon, Garant made his way up as part of The State comedy group, then playing a deputy on Reno 911!, and now writing movies that make millions of dollars.
I love the picture above because it’s just two buddies with mustaches who have exploited the fact that people love going to the movies to watch Ben Stiller get into sticky situations.