Sure, Charlie Sheen is most likely losing what's left of his mind. But his brand of crazy is somehow charming and often lovable. Actor Randy Quaid's style of insanity, by comparison, makes Sheen seem like he just has a minor case of mood swings. Why, just this weekend he was in Vancouver, B.C., (where he's sought asylum from "Hollywood star whackers" who he claims killed Heath Ledger, Michael Jackson, and Chris Penn) playing a concert with songs that describe murdering people and selling their body parts on eBay.
This from The Hollywood Reporter today, where the blog says that Quaid and his new band the Fugitives played several songs at the Commodore Ballroom, telling fans that they were about to "experience what my wife [Evi] and I have gone through for the last few months, and we hope you enjoy them."
The first song had Quaid croon a romantic tune entitled "Will We Be Together Then?" Then came the much-heralded "Star Whackers" song, which referenced TMZ and murdering people and selling their organs on eBay.
The song, captured in a video making the rounds on YouTube and elsewhere online [watch Quaid's performance below], ended with Quaid on his knees and finally his back, under a lone spotlight and surrounded by wild applause.