She's the best kind of crazy: completely unwilling to change.
Everyone thought marriage would calm Jenny down, but she stayed defiantly insane. See full summary » Stars: Jenny Mollen, Jason Biggs, Busy Philipps, Sharon Lawrence Beatle is a quirky loner who refuses to live by society's rules.
Her business cards read "Towing/Assassination," and she even has a hit man infomercial to go along with it. See full summary » Director: Donna Robinson This week's show - a Mario Kart test.
Jessica Chobot and Ryan Dunn experiment with contraptions that look like the popular video game. Buettner, Tim Coston Clips are shown of television shows and DVDs from around the world, mostly featuring scantily clad women, accompanied by commentary from comedians.
Singer/songwriter Roger Alan Wade wrote and composed the song dedicated to Dunn titled, "The Light Outlives the Star." Occasional Jackass member Loomis Fall also wrote the song "Bid Farewell" in memory of Dunn.
Both songs were used in a music video tribute by Dickhouse Productions for its official website.
He co-starred along with Rob Dyrdek and Paul Rodriguez Jr.
Dunn was also featured on a show with fellow Jackass star Bam Margera about them traveling through Europe in a Viva la Bam-like show called Bam's World Domination for Spike.
He is also featured in a movie called Street Dreams which was released in spring 2009.was an American stunt performer, television personality, comedian, actor, writer, musician, and one of the stars of the MTV reality stunt show Jackass.Dunn rose to fame in the late 1990s as a member of the CKY Crew with his long-time friend, Bam Margera, for their extreme stunts and pranks recorded on camera, which led to the rise of Jackass and its subsequent three feature films.From 2002 to his death, Dunn was in a long-term relationship with Angie Cuturic, his co-star in Margera's directorial debut Haggard: The Movie and later Minghags.Dunn had several tattoos of Cuturic, including in his inner arm and left ring finger.During shooting of the closing scenes for Jackass Number Two in 2006, Dunn injured his shoulder during one of his final bits, where he and co-star Bam Margera are pulled out of shot by a running horse by a rope tied around their feet.