Guess what? Two wrongs do make a right! We may have belatedly celebrated the birthdays of both Cliver and Dimitry, but hammer meet head of the nail because today is Earl Sweatshirt's actual birthday. So here's a shout out with the timeliest of quickness: Happy Birthday, Earl!
Little did you know, but Loiter Squad just wrapped up filming production on its third season. Or maybe you did know? This is the Age of Information, after all, where news, rumors, and chisme travel at the speed of byte in tweets, 'grams, and highly modified YT-1300 light freighters. Anyway, she won't a young nigga with obtuse Star Wars references such as that, but she just might if you come up on a Dickhouse T-shirt such as the one Tyler's wearing in the photo above. Peruse our officially fine selection of rainbow emblazoned torso garments and shoulder accessories at merchmethod.com/dickhouse. Word!
Doris, the new album by Earl Sweatshirt, has dropped and is now available for download on iTunes! Exclamation mark!! Doubled up for no real reason at all!!! Now there's three! I blame the Interweb! Stop punctuation abuse like this and like that today by supporting Earl: http://smarturl.it/DorisiTunes
Honestly, I don't think I've ever seen better season finale in the history of television. I mean, this certainly waxes the chapped beaver of Lost's final episode. What a cop out that was, right? Surprised they didn't slap one of those tacky "coexist" bumper stickers on the coffin. Anyway, this speaks for itself in ways that move me. I hope it moves you in mysterious ways, too.
Here I was trying to work in a Chronic Tacos quip for Wee Man's birthday post, when all I had to do was wait until Lindsey popped in to tell me it was Taco's birthday, too. Talk about having both birthday birds in a ROYGBIV bush and being able to eat your cake, too! Plus it gives me a chance to keep up Loiter Squad birthday appearances on Dickhouse with yet another thematically on point midget funny car shot. Happy Birthday, Taco!
We're not at that stage in the decline of western civilization where "black metal face" is considered to be non-kosher, correct? Good. Because the world needs black metal face to keep white metal face in check. Yeah, you know the who and the what I'm referring to, that's right. What's wrong though, is that this episode will mark the end of Loiter Squad's second season on Adult Swim. You can always go to the Adult Swim online library of past clips to pick, choose, and re-view from, but until the fat lady sings or the deaf mute poops, whichever comes first, peace!
It's only fitting if not entirely thematic that we continue a previously non-existant Loiter Squad birthday tradition of presenting said celebrants on plastic car toy vehicles of unintended destruction. The first was Tyler the Creator's, but today's is all Lionel, give or take a few other bodies, e.g. Andy Bell and Tyler, and who knows whose is next. Exciting! Whee! Happy Birthday, Lionel!
All good things come to a viscous end sooner than later, and this coming weekend's all-new episode of Loiter Squad will mark its second season finale. In anticipation of this event, let's all lather up in butt sauce and go back in televised time to revisit one of Bam Margera's guest star appearances as Tyler the Creator's "Dub Step Dad". Paint it away!
Since the dawn of time, mankind has had nothing but a love/hate relationship for the trampoline, a/k/a tramampoline, depending upon which animated cartoon character you ask for a pronunciation of said springy thing. Bam Margera proved this many a CKY year ago when he went to such great lengths and heights to confound its rebound physics, and now Loiter Squad takes it one hop, step, and skit beyond; or, in other semi-idiomatic words, out of the frying pan and into the deep frier, with the sneak peek toss to the all-new episode this coming Sunday night at midnight on Adult Swim.
What better way to finish off a big Bam week on the dickhouse.tv than with Bam's appearance on this coming Sunday night's episode of Loiter Squad on Adult Swim. If you've been following Bam on the Twitter.com then you know he's been on a musical tear this year with his group Fuckface Unstoppable. Currently they're dub stomping a mudhole in the shit chute of the United States, but come midnight on Sunday Bam will be seen dub step-dadding with Tyler the Creator. Peep this peek:
I have to say I've grown fond of the random spam that finds its way into the comments on the site. You don't see it right away on the most recent posts, but if you go skinny-dipping into the archives there are some serious poetic gems to be found. I don't always understand the purpose of the these myriad posts but *yawns* *stumbles* *steps on dick* *wonders how dick got so long* *ponders marketability of said long dick* *names long dick Juanito for no reason in particular aside from it being south of a border* *sets up Facebook fan page for Juanito the long dick* *turns TV on while patiently waiting for people to "like" Juanito the long dick* *flips to Adult Swim and flops Juanito back and forth like a soggy churro until midnight tonight when the all-new episode of Loiter Squad comes on* you really have to admire the non-linear, grammatical run amok way in which they perform fantastic farts of incongruent wordsmithery and callously cast it off as a casual comment. Jerks!
Like most things in life, I went through them 20 years too early. Take zombies for instance. My stint with the undead took place in 1985, at which unfashionable time I devoured every zombie movie known to mankind [insert deadly-obvious-on-the-nose simile here]. Of course it all started for me with George A. Romero—though numerous walking dead flicks pre-date his landmark Night of the Living Dead (1968), but he was the first to really sink his teeth into the zombie concept and tear a whole new asshole in the genre—but I then spiraled down through all Grade-Z schlock, e.g. Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things(1972) and Zombie(1979), that rotted on the shelf of my local VHS rental shop. My crowning memory by far though was catching Return of the Living Dead on its original theatrical release in 1985 (and in the classic Stevens Point, WI, Fox Theater shortly before the doors mysteriously closed and never reopened yet still stands in the mostly miniscule downtown to this date). As usual this is all going nowhere near as fast as the "br-a-a-a-i-i-ns..." seeking zombies of ROTLD moved, but that's neither here nor there, Barbara, especially when the King of All Zombies, Jesus H. Himself, commands you to tune in tonight at midnight on Adult Swim for another all-new episode of Loiter Squad!
Pop, lock, and load your shorts! Or something like that... Hell, I don't know, it sounded good at the time for all three seconds it took to type. But to know shit is to no shit, and with every second season comes the dream of traveling and shooting in an exotic locale. This is exactly what Loiter Squad did when they done Hawaii last summer in 2012, and that's also why this hula dance is just a sneak and a peek into the all-new episode that airs tonight at midnight on Adult Swim. Dark Sharka, brah!
We interrupt this totally irrelevant week of links to odd news stories to bring you this important embedded video clip of Chris Pontius on Loiter Squad. You know, just in case you missed it this past Sunday night. It has a classic behind-the-scenesy feel, especially what with the voice of cameraman Rick Kosick making all the queries of Chris, doesn't it? I find it all very soothing, comforting if you will, kind of like chamomile, although I'm not much of a tea man myself. Masturbation is my main mellow these days. Play ball!
The second season of most any hot shit show will start to incorporate guests in some manner, and for tonight's all-new episode of Loiter Squad they chose to bring in Chris Pontius. With good reason, of course, because Chris is awesome! But I know I'm preaching to the choir here, there, and everywhere, when I say that, so let me just say this: flip onto Adult Swim come midnight to catch Pontius in cahoots with Loiter Squad, because you won't see him in the teaser below!