Tag Archives: The Five Year Engagement

Pencil Paparazzi: a postcoital Jason Segel

I’ve got another entry for our ever-growing Pencil Paparazzi file. This one comes from a boy in Ann Arbor who answers to the name of Jim. Accompanying his drawing of a half-dressed Jason Segel, was the following note: This is my depiction of Jason Segel putting on a t-shirt after doing thespian sex on the […]

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Ypsi’s summer snowbanks and the trickery of Hollywood exposed

I took Clementine to look around in front of the local all-nude strip club this afternoon, where our friends from Hollywood will be shooting their big winter street scene tomorrow. She was amazed by how fake the “snow” was that they’d put out. Basically, it was just a bunch of tiny styrofoam balls, swept up […]

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Sharpen your pencils…. Five Year Engagement to shoot in Ypsi

Remember how, a few weeks ago, we had a pencil paparazzi sighting of Jason Segel and a bunch of other marginally famous folks having drinks in Ann Arbor? Well, it looks like some of them may be headed to Ypsilanti next week to continue work on the film that brought them to MIchigan. (It’s called […]

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Pencil Paparazzi: Jason Segel, other famous people at Old Town

We’ve got another entry for our ever-expanding pencil paparazzi file. This one comes from a young woman named Nina Eggers, who just happened to be having drink at Ann Arbor’s Old Town Tavern, when a half dozen famous folks came in for drinks. Here’s her entry. Jason Segel, as you can see, was apparently carrying […]

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