— Fri, Mar 2, 2007 —

How about some humble pie with that morning coffee? Here's some gems of a fan accosting Jeremy Piven while demanding an autograph. The fantastic thing is that he's operating under the assumption that Piven is Luke Perry, and he keeps referring to him as such. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! That face above looks like being kicked in the crotch feels.

Even more amazing is that the autograph seeker has no idea how many bouts of Schadenfreude he has inspired. He's just excited that the new shorts his granddaughter loaned him have brought him such wonderful luck. Go show all the old dogs in Cambridge what a specimen you've become, guy.

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No. 1
angela says:

He signed it anyway, good sport. It's like the broken kids trying to sell you chocolate bars. You try to keep a straight face, buy one, and then say, "poor kid" as they walk away knowing that dollar is not going to keep them off the streets. Actually, that old guy's fancy purse is probably full of chocolate bars.

March 2, 2007 11:14 AM
No. 2
Luke Perry is gay says:

The only Family Guy episode I'm especially fond of. I'd hit it every other day. That autograph found must be sent by Letterman or Leno. Experience has taught me that if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. Viva la Luke Perry!

March 2, 2007 12:59 PM
No. 3
typos says:

found = hound. my word of the day. ______ hound.
chucks, # 4 on Dictionary.com, I'm not as innovative as I thought
4. Informal. an addict or devotee: an autograph hound.
boo.

March 2, 2007 1:02 PM
No. 4
bababooie says:

I swear that's Melrose Larry Green who used to be on the Howard Stern Show. I saw Melrose in a Washington Mutual once and the guy's nuts. I knew who he was because he was loudly proclaiming it to the tellers he appeared to be hitting on. Maybe Piven's getting pranked.

March 2, 2007 4:35 PM
No. 5
Kitchy says:

It's totally a prank. Gimme a break, someone just happens to come along and see the whole thing, and it's someone who knows how to get it widely reported?

I'd guess Piven knew it was a prank, too.

I'm pretty sure it's Melrose Larry Green, too.

March 2, 2007 7:25 PM


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