Today Penn discusses Kevin Smith’s new film, Red State. He thinks it’s one of the best movies of 2011, and it’s definitely no Clerks. What do you think?
It’s not just Michelle Bachmann and Rick Perry! Why do politicians in America HAVE to be Christian? Or at least claim they are? Penn explains why “Christian” is the magic word in politics.
Put the kids away because this gets raunchy. Raunchy doesn’t have to mean trashy. Penn showcases some of the dirtiest, naughtiest lines you’ll ever hear outside of hardcore porn. But you’ll find that they are surprisingly lyrical and interesting, too!
If there is one reason to see this film, it is that you get to see Liv Tyler naked. But there are some other good reasons to see The Ledge, too.
Have you ever noticed some of the most successful artists and performers don’t quite fit in or are a little strange? Maybe even a little autistic? Penn discusses why this makes sense.
Penn reflects on his humble beginnings as a street performer, and how he eventually became a street performer AND author with a live show on the Vegas strip.
Porn. What’s the big deal, anyway? Penn’s definition of “nudity” might not match what people generally think. And he proves his case on today’s episode.
With cold season approaching, Penn helps you educate yourself in advance on what medications work, which will wreak havoc and which are just hippie BS.
Should the government take more of rich people’s money? Rich people: What do they do, anyway? And what do Michelle Bachmann and Jerry Springer have to do with it? Penn explains.
The Garth Brooks Las Vegas show is surprisingly not too bad, except for a few GLARING inaccuracies, as Penn explains in today’s Penn Point.