So proclaimed the 80s favorite stoner Jeff Spicoli, played by Sean Penn in the 1982 film “Fast Times at Ridgemont High.”
These days, it appears Spicoli’s alter ego may be on something a little more potent than marijuana.
Hollywood activist Sean Penn has a plastic doll of conservative US columnist Ann Coulter that he likes to abuse when angry. The Oscar-winner actor has hated Coulter ever since she blacklisted his director father Leo Penn in her book “TREASON.”
I thought Coulter’s more astute observance in said book was about Sean himself, proclaiming him the head of “Chain-Smoking Drunks Against War.”
(Penn) takes out his frustrations with Coulter, who is a best-selling author, lawyer and television pundit, on the Barbie-like doll. In an interview with The New Yorker magazine, Penn reveals, "We violate her. There are cigarette burns in some funny places.”
I wonder if Penn breaks into “Spicoli speak” when debasing the Coulter doll.
Come on, Sean. Practicing voodoo? Even when Spicoli got high he only banged a shoe against his head.