The compelling and erotic story of a love affair between a young man and a older woman in Taormina, Sicily, in the sixties. He, the narrator, is a twenty-one-year-old American art student ... See full summary »
According to the episode "Wedding Belles", Puss Puss is female. See more »
In "The French Take Woodland," Jacques Chirac calls a poker hand with three 9s and two queens a full house, "queens over nines"; similarly, Robert Evans calls a hand with three 9s and two kings "kings over nines." In proper poker terminology, the three of a kind is "over" the two of a kind. Therefore, the two hands described should be called "nines over queens" and "nines over kings." See more »
[after Martha Stewart leaves, Puss mews angrily]
Yeah, Puss. With a capital "C".
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Closing credits include the following disclaimer: All characters and events are fictional. Celebrity voices are impersonated but not Robert Evans, who is voiced by Robert Evans, who may or may not have slept with your wife. Program may contain coarse language and or adult situations and or childish situations. See more »
It seems the problem with this animation is that it will be WAY above the heads of the general audience of those who watch comedy central, and those who should see it wont, because they're too old to watch Comedy Central. this is sad, because this little peice of anime is genus, tool from the most egotistical, brilliant Hollywood Producer there is.
"Kid Notorious" reminds me of the film "All that Jazz" by the late, great Bob Fosse. You see, when "All That Jazz came out in 1979, it wasn't that well received, but the IDEA was that Mr. Fosse had a chance to tell a bit about his life, his way, before he died and before all the other folks could manage to put their two cents in on it. Now, many people watch "All That Jazz" and realize it was not so "inside" of a joke. This is how "Kid Notorious" will pan out.
Mr. Evans is...in a very tounge and cheeky manner...letting you in on quite a few Hollywood goings on...and of course HIS goings on. (You cannot spell ego without Evans.) He has also put in alot of fantasy and conjecture where it makes the episodes uneven. Theres A LOT to pick up up on here, but you have to be able to know what to pick up on, and I am afraid the Comedy Central's main demographics..wont. To make this work, this series has got to be less "Hollywood In" and more "Let me just come right out and give it to ya at your level".
Comedy Central is not the place for "Kid Notorious", it should have went the way of Todd McFarlane's "Spawn" series on HBO. But oops..I did a bad thing...I'm actually telling Evans where something of his should really be. And as we know, that's not too cool considering he knows it all.
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