The stuff of fantasies? Perhaps. But it seems like Good Cop
Eric Ripert and Bad Cop Anthony Bourdain are teaming up with Eclat chocolatier Christopher Curtin to craft their very own chocolate bar called Good & Evil. Oh, of course they are.
Zagat, the bar will be previewed on November 8th, with a wider release shortly thereafter, although no details yet on where one might procure one of these bars. Is this whole thing conjuring strange Willy Wonka hallucinations for anyone else? Are Eric and Tony strolling about a giant chocolate factory somewhere with silly hats and pimp canes chortling to one another? We have to imagine that they are, and so, naturally, we began speculating wildly about a celebrity chef cast for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. You’re welcome.
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Old Spice Guy Seduces Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter has always been a friend and regular of Red Eye and, perhaps half in appreciation, half in mischief, Gutfeld and crew made sure that, this year, Coulter would have the finest Valentine around: "Old Spice Guy" Isaiah Mustafa. When was the last time Ann Coulter got this giggly on national television?
Glenn Beck Takes Red Eye Studio Bricks Hostage
At one point during the show's existence,
Red Eye had to share their studio with quite the high-profile neighbor: Glenn Beck. It appears that the cohabitating led to some missing decor, and ombudsman Andy Levy wasted no time in sounding an alarm to keep the public abreast of the missing bricks, and the likely culprit.
Andrew Breitbart Promises To Take Down The Institutional Left In Three Weeks
Before becoming the high-profile conservative attack dog he is today, and long, long before his latest coup in Weinergate,
Andrew Breitbart was a Red Eye regular. He showed his jokey side after a weekend of rage at CPAC 2010, but didn't let his guard down, even if relishing his Twitter battles with glee. But he gave a warning, too: that he would take down the institutional left within three weeks, which sent said institutional left into a tizzy and led to its own countdown clock website.
Red Eye has never shied away from a rivalry with Media Matters, who they regularly call "tools" and ridicule with increasingly absurd robot theater segments. This all began in January 2010, when the first Media Matters Robot Theater debuted. Needless to say, it left Media Matters speechless, though one commenter described it as "this is like a David Lynch movie after he did a combo of coke, smack and acid.”
Suspicious Packages: The Greg Gutfeld Muslim Gay Bar
The "Ground Zero Mosque" controversy of summer 2010 may have brought out the best of Greg Gutfeld's magnanimity, as after pre-Presidential-performance-art-project
Donald Trump offered to buy the Burlington Coat Factory upon which the Islamic Center was proposed, Gutfeld offered to help foster inter-community understanding by erecting (pun completely intended) a gay bar catered to Muslims next to the Islamic Center. The plan never solidified, but it did birth innumerable brilliant bar names.