Tired of trying to do fifteen things at once but failing miserably (well, failing miserably at four, failing happily at six, performing moderately at nine, and skillfully completing three tasks - wait, is my math correct? Uh... I'm not good at non-Jarmonorgeal math) George took steps to improve his multi-tasking. In so doing, he also wound up creating another hit TV show (see, even when he's not multi-tasking, he is!). The result? The Learning Network's "Really Really Really Extreme Makeover." George had them add two extra hands, an extra head (sorry, Julie), and other things I really don't feel comfortable talking about (really sorry, Julie). Aside from having to get all his shirts tailored, George was happy with the results.
Shortly after this photo was taken, George covered the song, "Two Heads Are Better Than One" (from the Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure soundtrack - how's that for obscure?), failing to understand the fairly obvious inappropriate nature of the song.
Photo by: Neal
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