FACT CHECK : Chapter 2

– The Slapchop ? –

Yeah. It’s real. And YES, it will only accept microscopic food. Notice when he places a single strawberry and it takes up the whole machine!

– Oh! And the Russian prostitute story? –

TRUE. Turns out, Vince Slomi the presenter in the video “had” to punch (hooker) Sasha Harris in the face or she would not let go of his tongue which she was biting!

– Phllipino Thriller Dance –

If you haven’t seen it you have to click below…. Nuff said…


– John Landis Chopped Someone’s Head Off? –

Accident and trial

On July 23, 1982, during the filming of Twilight Zone, actor Vic Morrow and child extras Myca Dinh Le and Renee Shin-Yi Chen were killed in an accident involving an out of control helicopter. TheNational Transportation Safety Board reported in October 1984:

[T]he probable cause of the accident was the detonation of debris-laden high temperature special effects explosions too near a low flying helicopter leading to foreign object damage to one rotor blade and delamination due to heat to the other rotor blade, the separation of the helicopter’s tail rotor assembly, and the uncontrolled descent of the helicopter. The proximity of the helicopter to the special effects explosions was due to the failure to establish direct communications and coordination between the pilot, who was in command of the helicopter operation, and the film director, who was in charge of the filming operation.[5]

Landis and several crew members were subsequently charged with involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment. The prosecutors attempted to show that Landis was reckless and had violated laws relating to child actors by not telling parents and others of the children’s proximity to explosives and helicopters and of limitations on their working hours. Numerous members of the film crew testified that the director was warned, but ignored these dangers. After an extended jury trial, Landis, represented by a Nashville attorney, James F. Neal, and the other crew members were acquitted of the charges.[6]

Landis was later reprimanded for circumventing the State of California’s child labor laws in hiring the two children killed in the accident. This tragedy resulted in stricter safety measures and enforcement of child labor laws, in the State of California.[6] The parents of the children sued, and would later settle out of court for $2 million per family. Vic Morrow’s daughters, Carrie Morrow and actress Jennifer Jason Leigh, similarly pursued a lawsuit that settled for an undisclosed amount purportedly in the $800,000 range.[citation needed]

Despite these settlements, Landis (during interviews with Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan) has never publicly accepted responsibility for the accident. He has stated: “When you read about the accident, they say we were blowing up huts – which we weren’t – and that debris hit the tail rotor of the helicopter – which it didn’t. (…) The FBI Crime Lab, who was working for the prosecution, finally figured out that tail rotor delaminated, which is why the pilot lost control. The Special FX man who made the mistake, by setting off a fireball at the wrong time, he was never charged.”[2]

– Is Barry Landes the guy’s First and Last Name? –

YES. He appeared in 2 episodes in 2006.

His character name was Barry Landes and he was played by C. Thomas Howell

– Did Michael Landon die during the making of “Little House on the Prarie” ?-


On April 5, 1991, Landon was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which had also metastasised into his liver and lymph nodes. The cancer was inoperable and the doctors’ prognosis was terminal. On May 9, 1991, he appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson to speak of his cancer and to publicly condemn the tabloid press for their sensational headlines and inaccurate stories, including the claim that he and his wife were trying to have another child. During Landon’s appearance, he pledged to fight the cancer and asked fans to pray for him. On May 21, 1991, Landon underwent successful surgery for a near-fatal blood clot in his left leg.[12] In June 1991, Landon made the cover of Life Magazine, after granting the periodical an exclusive private interview about his life, his family, and his struggle to live. On July 1, 1991, Landon died in Malibu, California. He was 54 years old.[1][2]

Landon was interred in Culver City‘s Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery and his family was joined by 500 other mourners including former President Ronald Reagan (with whom Michael had once chopped wood) and his wife Nancy. Also among the mourners were actors Merlin OlsenErnest BorgnineBrian Keith and many more of Landon’s co-stars, including Little House on the Prairiechild-actors Melissa Gilbert and Melissa Sue AndersonBonanza producer David Dortort and Pernell Roberts, Landon’s former TV brother also attended. About Landon’s death, Roberts issued a statement, “I am deeply grieved.”

– Was Patrick Duffy in a show called “Man from Atlantis” ? –


– What popular show was Alan Thicke in? –

YEP. Growing Pains.

Growing Pains is an American television sitcom about an upper-middle class family with a working mother and a stay-at-home psychiatrist father raising three children together, which aired on ABC from 1984 to 1992.

– Who was that blond guy in Die Hard? –


He’s the guy standing right behind Alan Rickman (Hans Gruber)

– What Lethal Weapon was Joe Pesci in? –


And, YES, Martial Arts bad-ass Jet Li was in it as well.

He’s standing all the way at the back of the row… after Chris Rock…

Asian brothers have a hard time getting any love in the media…

– Was there really a Jean Claude Van Damme movie called JCVD? –


Just look at the poster —->


– Is Dolph Lundgren dead? –

Nope. Please check our “Dead or Not Dead” section for updates.

– What about Brigitte Nielsen, was she married to Dolph? –

NOPE. Never even dated him.

Did date FLAVOR FLAV from the rap group PUBLIC ENEMY.

Brigitte Nielsen (born 15 July 1963) is a Danish actress, musician and television personality, who began her career with appearances in the 1985 filmsRed Sonja and Rocky IV and is also known for her marriage to Sylvester Stallone. She subsequently appeared with him in the 1986 film Cobra, and was noted for her widely publicized breakup with Stallone in 1987, and her relationship with New York Jets Mark Gastineau in 1988.

Her exploits were well-covered in the entertainment media in the 1980s, and the world press started referring to her as an “Amazon”[1][2][3] because of her tall stature (verified by the Guinness Book of World Records at six feet, or 1.82 meters).[4] She first commented on her stature and used the term “Amazonian” to describe herself in 1985.[5]

She later built a career appearing in B-movies, and in the 2000s, for appearing on reality shows such as The Surreal Life, on which she met and began a relationship with rapper Flavor Flav. In 2008, she appeared on the reality show Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, which depicted her and several other celebrities dealing with recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

Post to Twitter Post to Delicious Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to MySpace Post to StumbleUpon

Leave a Reply