As some might know, I've been hosting the show "The Grid," which airs Thursdays at 7:45 Eastern / 4:45 Pacific on IFC. Above, you can check out an interview I did there with Julian Nitzberg, the director of "The Wild & Wonderful Whites of West Virginia," a terrifying documentary about a completely out-of-control family of party animal grifters. That's also kind of amusing. And amazing. And definitely tough to describe.
Below: Jordan's first piece for the show. He covered the "Boobs & Blood Film Festival," which celebrates exploitation movies of all kinds.
Comedian and Jordan, Jesse, Go! co-host Jordan Morris tells us what's hot and what's not this month - October, 2010. It's...
JORDAN RANKS AMERICA
5. Netflix on Demand
The future of entertainment is here! This innovative service puts thousands of classic movies at your fingertips, from that one where Debbie Gibson fights a CGI shark to that one from the 80s that had a ton of nudity.
4. Combination Shampoo & Body Wash
Ask any guy's guy and he'll tell you: having more than one bottle in the shower is a real "pain in the rear." Squirt this strong-smelling glop all over everything and simplify your life!
3. Corn Chowder
Since its invention, during the Civil War, this hearty soup has always taken a back seat to clam chowder. Now, thanks to an aggressive marketing campaign, it's become a "hot topic" amongst American teens.
2. "Hold on to your butts!"
First uttered by Samuel L. Jackson in Jurassic Park, this classic catchphrase is perfect for letting everyone know it's time to get ready... for something to happen!
1. The Cat
She's cute, she's fluffy, and sometimes... she'll jump into a shopping bag! Kudos to you, The Cat. You turn every day into an adorable vacation!
Jordan partied a little too hard in Las Vegas before he interviewed Russell Brand and Jonah Hill about Get Him To The Greek.
Jordan meets the cast of Get Him To The Greek and offers to be Russel Brand's fill-in.
Jordan Morris ranks what's hot and what's not in these United States.
Stock Market Lingo (new)
Analog Clocks (falling)
Almonds (rising fast)
Exercise (knocked out of top spot)
Organic Grocery Store (new number one)
Jordan Morris gives the folks from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Our Town some lessons on how to bring their screen acting to the stage.
Jordan's always said that if he can't be in Cirque du Soleil, he'll beat them at their own game. here (warning: autoplays), he pitches Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper, Todd Phillips and Heather Graham on the idea.