But fans of Jackass know the series was so much more than just a series of increasingly violent crotch shots. Whether they were racing down hills in wheelbarrows and breaking their bones in the effort or dressing up as senior citizens and flashing people, the guys who conceived and performed the stunts together remained the show's most consistent draw. It wasn't just their self-destructive actions, but rather their interactions with each other that kept people coming back. They felt like people who liked each other's company, despite how much delight they often took in seeing each other in pain.
Exclusive Interview With ""Wee-Man"" From The Jackass Crew!
Preston and Wee Man of ''Jackass'' sound off | texturesdesignconcepts.com
Preston and Wee Man of ''Jackass'' sound off. Then MTV came in and took out all the rainbow flags and all the gay bars that we purposely put in the background. The deal was to try to freak out the gay dudes. So, they made it look like we were in a different place, and we just look like weirdos. Jason, what did you do to piss off the big man anyway so he keeps chasing you? JA Lots of things.
As the group's go-to little person, Wee Man has popped out of trunks, ollied as an Oompa Loompa and glued himself to Preston Lacey's chest. There isn't anything the guy won't do for a laugh and we talked to him about everything from Charlie Sheen to becoming a mini-Preston to what makes a great taco. First up, I have to know, was that really you with Preston doing the switch with the dog?
Maybe a little too quietly for Knoxville's liking. Within 10 seconds Acuna has doffed his duds and is scampering naked toward the pool, nudging partygoers out of his way, barely keeping his nose out of other people's business. A child-size splash is heard. The consequences can only be revealed when the movie opens next Friday September Like 's Jackass: The Movie, the sequel is a plotless collection of bizarre, butt-crunching stunts, idiotic pranks, and Tom Green—style gross-out antics.