Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Never schtup a killer bunny

An image on the facade of a Broadway theater, used to promote the hit musical "Monty Python's Spamalot," has been removed after a model filed a lawsuit claiming it showed her in a foolish and undignified manner. She further claimed that her image was used without her permission.

Producers of the show believe they have the proper rights to the image, but removed it after learning that model Carla Collins objected.

The image showed a flirty woman in an old fashioned dress playing with her hair. She was placed in one of a row of faux windows between images of two of "Spamalot's" characters: a killer rabbit and a cow.

Now, I have to say that I think she could have used this to her advantage rather than suing. Her face is on Broadway! darnit. She could have milked this for all it's worth. Heck, I'm picturing bumper stickers with her image saying, "My breasts: Appearing daily on Broadway"

Foolish and undignified?

This is Monty Python, chick. They could have had you schtupping the killer rabbit. Now THAT would be foolish and undignified!


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