Considering how utterly forgotten Wired turned out to be, the whole affair just strikes me as petty and unfortunate. At least Michael Chiklis and Jim Belushi buried the hatchet.
Yet another of many pearls from David Lee Roth.
Excerpt from Bang Your Head: The Rise And Fall Of Heavy Metal, by David Konow, p. 58:
Quote from Bang Your Head: The Rise And Fall Of Heavy Metal, by David Konow, p. 95:
The Seventies version features lost, terrorized kids being saved by the actions of an adult search party. The Thirties version is a kid saving himself and his sweetheart, through his own ingenuity, because there are no adults are there to save him.
Why was I in trouble? All I did was emulate the behavior-- minus wearing a pot on my head-- of the little boy in my mom's favorite children's book.
It was discovered years ago by B.G. Burkett and Glenna Whitley, authors of the book Stolen Valor, that Dennehy's claims of Vietnam service were BS.