Me and Steve Martin at The Troubadour
Review of the new Steve Martin DVD The Television Stuff and the
connection between Steve Martin's early stand-up work and Generation X
Adventures in Iconoclasting
Ken Simms and Mary Ladd banter and argue about deeply philisophical aspects
of Alien v. Predator, Tootsie Pops, I Dream of Jeannie,
Oompa Loompas, and The Jeffersons.
America's Funniest Search Terms
When you type "Don Johnson shirtless" into Google, Big Brother
is watching. See the bizarre search terms that led weirdos like you to
Ape Culture Cares About Celebrities
on Hard Times
Are you a celebrity? Do you have mysterious ailments that common people
just don't understand? Like dehydration or exhaustion or chronic fatigue.
Forget that appearance on Montel!! Ape Culture has a better way to help
How to Throw a Celebrity Obsession
Ape Culture shows you how to throw the ultimate self-indulgent bash. Mary
and Julie relive the agony and ecstasy of their respective parties: CherFest
Letters To Richard
Simmons From Fat Pets
By Julie Wiskirchen: We're talking about a problem that is prevalent in
society today yet seldom discussed and when it is discussed, it's usually
made light of, without regard for the feelings of those who are afflicted.
We're talking about house-pet obesity.
The Madame Tussaud's Experience
Read about our visit to New York's new Madame Tussaud's wax museum. See
photos of us looking like big dorks as we pose with our wax idols!
Coolia attends Yuri's Night, a celebration of space exploration attracting
geeks and burners from around the Bay Area
No Working Title
"We're all in the Tower one second after the plane hit. And we don't
know what happens next." Max Burbank reflects on his feelings since
Sept. 11 and wonders if he can ever be funny again.
If I Were A Celebrity You Would Care By Gary Baum, a.k.a. Celebrity Crumudgeon
If I Were A Celebrity You Would
We all are dying to know what the hottest celebrities are up to, what
they wear, where they go, what they eat, who they suck face with. That's
why Ape Culture is very lucky to have Gary Baum on special location in
Southern California. He begins his first feature by prodding the innards
of the most undercover celebrity of them all, himself.