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Roll the Dice on Andrew Dice Clay
April 10th, 2016 under Andrew Dice Clay, Showtime. [ Comments: none ]

Back in the late ’80s Andrew Dice Clay was one of the biggest comedians on the circuit. That was then, this now. Now the foul mouthed comedian has moved from Brooklyn to Vegas with his girlfriend Carmen (Natasha Leggero) and he’s trying to reclaim what was once his on Dice tonight at 9:30p on Showtime.
On tonight’s season premiere his girlfriend’s brother is getting married to his boyfriend and they can’t stand Dice. To makes matters worse for him, there is a cursed Elvis Presley impersonator (Peter Dobson) who is bringing him nothing but bad luck. What happens when the two of them collide?
Next week, Adrien Brody studies him so that he can macho like the Diceman. Only problem is he takes shadowing him to a whole new level of creepiness.
The following week, he is cast in a series of commercials with some of Vegas’ biggest names and he thinks he knows the hierarchy of performers there. Which winds up working against him in a very funny way.
Then on the next episode, he finds out his girlfriend’s ex-husband is still paying her alimony. That hurts his manhood, so he decides to get a job. The good news is he gets one, but the bad news is something you have to see to believe.
Finally, we get to meet his sons. They want to be musicians and get an agent (Adam Campbell) who hates Dice. He comes up with a plan to get scare the agent and it backfires big time.
On the season finale, an old friend of Dice’s comes to visit him. This friend wants revenge on Dice and plans on doing that by taking his friends away from him. Will it work?
Andrew Dice Clay is in on the joke of this show and because of that it works brilliantly, oh! Seriously, Dice has a good chance of bringing Dice back into the spotlight again. So tune into watch him climb his way back into the spotlight.
In the mood to binge watch Dice, then you can. All 6 episodes are available on the Showtime app and OnDemand now.


BTWF roles: Andew Dice Clay on M*A*S*H
February 29th, 2016 under Andrew Dice Clay, Before They Were Famous. [ Comments: none ]

via MeTV
Before Andrew Dice Clay was enjoying The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, he was having an adventure with a jeep on M*A*S*H that didn’t end up as well. He looks the same now as he did when he was 25 in that 1982 episode.


Andrew Dice Clay is not a fan of Charlie Sheen
March 18th, 2011 under Andrew Dice Clay, Charlie Sheen. [ Comments: 1 ]

Somehow the NY Post found Andrew Dice Clay walking around and they asked him what he thought of Gilbert Gottfried and he took the opportunity to go off on Charlie Sheen in typical Dice style. I wish I could say I disagree with him, but he hit the nail on the head. I wonder what the Winning actor will say about him in between sips of Tiger Blood? Probably who is that Losing guy?


Andrew Dice Clay and Tom Sizemore added to VH1’s Celebreality
August 31st, 2006 under Andrew Dice Clay, VH1/MTV. [ Comments: none ]

VH1 has found its next pair of "Celebreality" Sunday stars in Andrew Dice Clay and Tom Sizemore. VH1 has ordered eight half-hours of each for a premiere in March. In addition, cabler has renewed "Celebreality" staples "Hogan Knows Best" and "Celebrity Eye Candy" and greenlit production on new series "Celebrity Paranormal Project," from "The Surreal Life" exec producers Mark Cronin and Cris Abrego; "The Fabulous Life Presents: Really Rich Real Estate," a new addition to Fab Life Monday nights; and "The Wendy Williams Experience," a hybrid interview series-docudrama centered on the popular New York radio DJ.Untitled Clay series will follow the foul-mouthed comic as he boards the comeback train. He hit the height of his popularity in the late ’80s with his brand of intentionally shocking, working-class humor. Skein in itself will be part of his multimedia publicity blitz that includes Clay writing a book, cutting a record and producing his own Sirius radio show."Clay on the road is very different from Clay at home," Olde continued. "We juxtapose his love-him-or-hate-him stage persona with his real life as a divorced man muddling through parenting and relationship issues. It’s actually pretty light in tone."Sizemore’s series is compelling for a different reason.Series will trail the now-sober actor as he embarks on acting jobs, including a movie for the BBC that’s lensing in Canada. Sizemore will narrate the proceedings, which will include flashbacks to his battles with drug and sexual addiction via tape he shot on his own. Troy Searer, who also worked on "Bonaduce," and John Foy will exec produce."Celebrity Paranormal Project," a one-hour that sends celebrities to collect data on paranormal activity in some of the world’s scariest, off-limits places (i.e. an asylum said to be haunted by its late criminal insane wards). Rachel Hunter, Gary Busey, Gilbert Gottfried, Traci Bingham and David Carradine are among the celebs on board to participate. Eight-episode series bows in October.


I love Celebreality! 


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