H e's a white boy who sounds black, a fatherless child who hates his mother, a trailer-trash wunderkind who spent some of his first millions on a king-size crib across from a mobile-home park. First came the runty Marshall Mathers, a quiet, artistic kid bounced from school to school by his overprotective, slightly unhinged mother. Finally, and most furiously, came Slim Shady, the vile, rhyme-sayin', bitch-slayin' MC out to even every score run up against his other selves. Yet none of these personas has canceled the other out. While Slim Shady rakes in the cash by rapping about rape, drugs and murder, Eminem tries to explain that it's all just an act -- and year-old Marshall Mathers struggles to hold together a world on the verge of being torn apart by the stress of success, run-ins with the law and, most recently, his wife's suicide attempt.
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John Dunsworth, the man who played the iconic Jim Lahey character on the Canadian comedy Trailer Park Boys , has died at the age of Dunsworth is survived by his wife and four children three daughters and one son. She lived with the character Lucy in the trailer park and was mainly seen as her best friend. Trailer Park Boys tweeted from its official account that the cast was shocked to hear of the sudden loss of Dunsworth. We're in shock and heartbroken by the sudden loss of our dear friend John Dunsworth. We respect the family's wishes for privacy at this time.
In the cringe-inducing clip, a bunch of gamer friends are seen playing a game online called My Boyfriend. The team create characters before messing about with the game, which sees a female character attempting to meet a male. The friends regularly post videos while playing games online to their YouTube channel which has more than a million subscribers.
What was television like before South Park hit the small screen? Looking back, it seems like such a cultural shift happened after those four foul-mouthed little boys from that small town in Colorado breathed life back into Comedy Central and influenced a new breed of raunchy animated cartoons. Would there be a Family Guy without South Park? Doubt it. Would the Simpsons have reconsidered some of their material to match the warped sensibilities of Trey Parker and Matt Stone?