I knew that was Trey Parker . . . I didn't know "Juan Schwartz" was the alias of Packer while on the lamb.
Packer actually used the name John Swartze.
I forgot, you're the maintainer of the web thingy. :D
Haha yeah. You can read all sorts of nifty information at the main site
I've enjoyed Dian Bachar's work . . . wasn't his character's name . . . Choda Boy . . . from Orgazmo?
Yup, that it was. I'd love to meet him, I'll bet he's my height haha.
Is he like Parker and Stone's long time friend, or how did they meet up with him?
I believe they all went to college together.
Hey, off-topic . . . did you learn a language in high school?
Not really. I took Spanish classes but didn't learn a whole hell of a lot, it didn't stick and I wasn't interested. I wish my school had offered German, that would've been great. My only choices were Spanish and French and my parents didn't want me learning French in L.A lol.
Did they show the film series "Destinos" in your classes?
Nope. My classes didn't show movies.
Oh, man no wonder you weren't into it.
Our French classes had "French in Action" or whatever it was called. We had this character, Mireille, I think that was her name . . . this crazy no-bra-wearin' lady who helped us with her bouncy attitude . . . oh, and the language.
I wanted to learn French just so I could call people random words and they'd think I was swearing at them. The only French I know is what I learned from Eddie Izzard.
"Zut alors" roughly translates into "Damn that shit."
I found it funny as I was watching . . . the Indians were Japanese. The name for the tribe, from what I read, translates into Japanese, hahaha.
"Can you tell me what tribe this is?"
"We are...*folds arms*...Indians!"
I like at the end of the DVD, the caption reads something like "This film shouldn't have been watched by children."
Due to the graphic nature of this film, it should not have been watched by small children.
lol Yeah, I love that too.
"The skies are blue, and all the leaves are green. The sun's as warm as a baked potato. I think I know precisely what I mean . . . when I say 'it's a shpadoinkle day!"
I'm getting pumped up to watch the commentary. :D
The commentary . . .
It's fun to listen to Trey and friends get really drunk, but what was also waaaay better than degeneration by alcohol was the insight that they had really no good idea of what they were doing.
They knew, but they didn't know . . . awesome.