Charlie Hofheimer plays Peggy Olsen’s boyfriend, Abe Drexler on Mad Men. He is a journalist/writer who basically just lives off Peggy. She just bought an apartment and he’s doing “some light remodeling.” I would do that for a free place to live. Hell, I had to do some light remodeling when I moved into my current apartment, like removing the door knob from my closet door and putting it on my roommate’s bedroom door because it was missing a knob. I wonder what kind of knob problems Abe is dealing with?
Ben Feldman plays Michael Ginsberg on AMC’s Mad Men. Season 6 of Mad Men takes place in 1968 and as far as I can tell there was a Mustache Boom that year. Also it doesn’t really seem like people had to worry about matching their clothes, as evidence in the above picture. In the last episode a guy was wearing a sweater-turtleneck with a cardigan sweater over it. The double sweater is almost impossible to get away with these days.
Paula Dean is a southern cook who uses a lot of butter and once got a ham thrown at her face. The only reason I’m posting this is to share a video I saw the other day that she was in. The video has had over 100,000 views the last 2 days and I am responsible for at least 7 of those.
Adam Driver is a former United States Marine and current Television and film actor. He appears on the HBO series Girls as Adam Sackler (haha). Girls is a pretty good show but for my money, the guys are Girls are the best. I like Adam because it’s nice to see someone in their 20’s that doesn’t look out of place with a steesh or like he is trying too hard.
First, I apologize for the title of this post. It’s gross in that rashes are gross and also just a horrible joke. Not even close to funny. So, I’M SORRY.
Next, I am really starting to get excited about seeing Jim Rash as Dean Pelton tonight. He is really funny and makes me feel uncomfortable, which I think is a good thing because I’ve heard a lot of girl say the same thing about me.
I’ve been in a bad mood all morning but was just reminded that Community is on tonight. Maybe that will bring me some happy. This picture sure helped a bit. It’s Danny Pudi and Joel McHale all steeshed up.
Since 2005, Intervention has helped many drug and alcohol addicts get over their addiction, as well as helped me get over a few rough weekends, especially in college. Going out three nights in a row didn’t look so bad compared to a woman doing vodka shooters at 9am and yelling about her babies (Sylvia).
Jeff Vanvonderen is my favorite Interventionist on the show. He is no nonsense. He is also not without fault as he had a brief relapse of his own in 2008. He quickly got back on the wagon and continues to help people get their lives on track and more importantly he never lost his mustache.
Katy Perry helped Ellen Degeneres celebrate her 55th birthday last week by coming on her show dressed as a male game show host. Male Katy hosted a game called “Grab Ellen’s Bust” which sounds inappropriate if you ask me. I wouldn’t know though. I turned off the video 30 seconds in because I was feeling embarrassed for some of the audience members and how excited they were getting.
Jeremiah Birkett appeared as Jean Paul on Seinfeld. Jean Paul was a visiting marathon runner who once slept through his alarm to miss the Olympics. Here’s a clip of some of his scenes. I prefer the ones after George teaches him to swear like a Texan.
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.
Dave Chappelle has long had a nice steesh. I’ve actually had a post saved with this picture for a few months. I was hoping he would enter the news somehow or come out with a new comedy album. No such look. He keeps a low profile.
I was watching Chappelle’s Show a few nights ago though and I can’t believe how funny it still is. Plenty of laughs from skits I’ve watched over and over again. Plenty of Steeshes as well.
Adam Pally plays Max Blum on Happy Endings. He also played Young Hollywood Douchebag on Californication in 2007 and 2011. I don’t remember that, but I bet Adam does, because I’m sure if you are on a TV show you remember being on it. I know I would!
Much like his co-star Damon Wayans, when you google, Adam the first recommendation after just his name is “adam pally gay.” This at least makes a little sense because his character on Happy Endings is gay. It’s still a weird obsession that googlers have.
Damon Wayans Jr. is just another talented member of the Wayans family. Here he is as Brad Williams from the television show Happy Endings. It’s a pretty funny show. He made his film debut when he was cast in his father’s 1994 feature film Blankman playing Young Kevin, which is fun to know.
When you google him the first recommendation after just his name is “damon wayans jr gay.” How many people have to google that for it to be second on the list? Why do people care? Is he? Are you?
Frankie Muniz stopped by the season premier of Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23, and he had a nice little creep-stache going. I was lucky enough to watch this full episode w/ commercials because my roommate had the remote.
I don’t even remember this happening in Parks and Recreation, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. It’s impressive that he can keep a straight face when something so adorable is happening right under his nose. With that mustache, he’s probably used to it.
Tommy Flanagan plays Filip “Chibs” Telford on SOA. Perhaps the sound on the television is starting to fade, but it seems to me that Tommy is getting more and more difficult to understand each episode. Listening to him talk is like listening to a leprechaun with a mouth full of chunky peanut butter.
Kurt Sutter is the creator of Sons of Anarchy. He also plays the role of Otto on the show. He’s only my second favorite Otto on television, after Otto Mann from The Simpsons, but Otto Mann doesn’t have a steesh or an eye patch so it’s really becoming a closer race each day.
Kim Coates plays Alex ‘Tig’ Trager on Sons of Anarchy – a show filled to the brim with steeshes (like Ron Perlman who has been featured on steeshes before). He’s perfectly creepy on this show. Just last night he was drooling over a transvestite prostitute. His Wikipedia page says he has starred in the lead role of Macbeth performed at the Stratford Theatre, which is hard to imagine, but makes me respect him as an actor a bit more.
You’d never know he was a good actor by watching the scene where his daughter gets fired murdered and he screams for 2 minutes straight.
I think EuroTrip is probably an underrated movie, just because I’ve never really heard anyone talk about it. I like it though. I’ll tune in every so often when it’s on the television. It’s not difficult to like the mime-robot fighting scene, especially since they inexplicably added a mustache to the robot.