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Steve-O: Gross Misconduct. Steve-O: Gross Misconduct Uncensored. Two discs of uselessness punctuated by a few funny bits.
The show ended on November 12, Steve-O was a reality TV show where Steve-O acts as a doctor, to help males overcome their fears, thus the headline created by Steve-O, "Turning wussies into men. Steve-O helps three different men, and makes them complete three challenges to overcome their fear.
There's a lot of arguably offensive things going on in Steve-O's hot sauce enema video — but nudity is not one of them. The legendary prankster has lashed out at YouTube for removing his latest stunt over nudity violations, even though he painstakingly blurred "everything" out of it. Show me this nudity.
One can safely emphasize three persons who have remained in the audience's heads, not least because of their other following public performances. Bam Margera has, shortly before Jackass, already released the first part of his Skate- Comedy- and Stuntshow-series "cKy"which consists of four parts now. Also, he appears as a character in several video games of the Tony-Hawk series.
Steve-O just has no shame. To each his own. And here is another awkward penis pic.
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The show was nothing more than a twisted display of masochism, which left me utterly dumbfounded. However, before Steve-O took the stage, the audience was treated to two opening bands, Loganseed and Social Code. An unfortunate drawback for both bands was the horrible sound system at the Cocamo.
Having met through the skateboarding magazine Big Brotherwhere filmmaker Jeff Tremaine was the editor and art director, Steve-O and Chris Pontius started making videos of various crazy stunts with Johnny Knoxville, a writer there, for a video series that would accompany the publication. The success of those videos, showcasing their painful antics, expanded into the concept that became the television pilot for the successful MTV reality series Jackassand now the franchise is in its third feature film installment, this time upping the ante by being in 3D. Check out what they had to say after the jump. I remember the tension on the set just reached a fever pitch on the day that I got my nose broken.