Charming Potato Courts the Wrath Of Jean-Claude Van Damme With Splits Parody.

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Charming Potato Courts the Wrath Of Jean-Claude Van Damme With Splits Parody.

By Jodi Clager | Trade News | November 20, 2013 | Comments ()


Now I want to buy some food carts from the set of 22 Jump Street.

What now, Jean-Claude? WHAT NOW?


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  • I never wanted to have to say this sentence, but that is one fuckable potato.

  • Bob Genghis Khan

    Apparently he is playing Tim Riggins in the sequel.

  • Jim

    Well played, sir. Well played indeed.

  • zeke_the_pig

    Jenko: That's great. Uh...where should we report to?
    Deputy Chief Hardy: Down on Jump Street. [dramatic zoom] 37 Jump Street.
    [he pauses for a moment]
    Deputy Chief Hardy: No, that doesn't sound right. It's uh...'

    Still the best moment from the film. Offerman absolutely kills that line.

  • VonnegutSlut

    "Ah, it smells! What is that?!"

    That, my friends, made me spit take. Literally.

  • ZbornakSyndrome

    I will never understand why people find him sexy, but damn if he isn't funny. You made my day, Potato, thank you.

  • kimk

    It is both his ability to dance and the fact that he seems to be able to laugh at himself and not take himself so seriously that makes the potato so damn charming.

  • PDamian

    He's terrific in comedic roles, not so much in dramatic roles. But he's getting better slowly, and you have to give the kid credit for trying. There was a brilliant article about him in the NYTimes just before Side Effects came out in which he said that he knew that he wasn't going to be able to play the cute, funny dude who can dance all of his life, and that he wanted to produce his own work and the work of others, and become a better actor, in order to ensure his Hollywood longevity. Kid has brains, too, and some self-awareness, which is always good.

  • ZbornakSyndrome

    I think that was it, in romantic leads, he does absolutely nothing for me (and in Side Effects, I really didn't buy him as the Wall Street type) - but he truly shines in comedies. He stole 21 Jump Street from Jonah Hill.

  • Personally, for me the sexiness is ALL in the dancing. I find him wooden as an actor, but I'm a sucker for the dudes who can dance. (PS: bonus points for all the bi rumors.)

  • ZbornakSyndrome

    I can see the skill, but much like Fred Astaire - I can appreciate the moves without wanting the man.

    I guess having Gene Kelly as my dancing man standard is unfair to all other dancers.

  • emmalita

    He's improved enormously as an actor. I would consider him at the 'ok, not bad' level.

  • Ryan Ambrose

    Indeed, he is improving tremendously.

    I was shocked when I felt more moved by his character's fate in "Haywire" than by Michael Fassbender's. No one outdoes Fassbender, and yet he did.

    Then came "Magic Mike" and he was unbelievably great in it from a dramatic standpoint, just when I thought McConaughey was going to steal the film.

    He even made "White House Down" more enjoyable than it had any right to be, now I'm convinced that the Potato can act instead of merely being Charming.

  • mkt-rex

    well that was funnier than I thought it was going to be. you do you Potato.

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