Did you know that the opening scene of the 1988 animated blockbuster Who Framed Roger Rabbit, starring Jessica Rabbit's Meyer-esque cartoon boobies, was filmed at the exact same studio later occupied by the jackass television production in 2000–2001? Well, it was, then known as Ren-Mar Studios, home of "The Cup Test", "Box Down Stairs", "Cricket Helmet" and many other rib-tickling segments, and that's all the trivia I have for you today. The rest, as you will see, is pure bone-chilling Purple Pony sex talk between Shanna, Danger Ehren and, eventually, Johnny Knoxville, who thankfully saw fit to stand in for comic relief. And oh what a relief it was, especially when Shanna stumbled upon the "Danger Rabbit" and Ehren's preferred "love-making" soundtrack. Gosh, just typing out these words gives me goosebumps and dead whore flesh, and I'm not at all what you would call an easily shocked person. Can I get a witness?
Loss for words? Surplus of cash? Then you're definitely going to need jackass: the lost tapes, because it's the only digital home in the world where you will find the almost permanently Bermuda'd "Box Down Stairs", featuring the last remaining moments of Johnny Knoxville's back in its original working condition.