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This is the first part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. We watch as the coffin is carried through the streets and then 'lounge singer' performs the euphoreador song 'Reserve at the Moment of Expulsion'. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
21 Jun 2007
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This is part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. In this part the 'lounge singer' performs the euphoreador song 'Stammering'. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
21 Jun 2007
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This is part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. In this part 'jazz cat' makes his busking appearence and 'banana man' eats his way into a poem. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
21 Jun 2007
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This is part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. In this part 'lounge singer' performs the new euphoreador song 'Clear the Air' followed by 'Jeremy's best friend' claiming that he can do better by lip-syncing a dirty version of 'Fruit Salad'. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
25 Jun 2007
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This is part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. In this part 'jazz cat' performs the Franco Proeitti song 'The D.T.'s Remix' before 'Jeremy's best friend' starts his cooking show then soon breaks down and can't continue. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
25 Jun 2007
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This is part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. In this part Jeremy's wake begins, 'jazz cat' performs the Franco Proietti song 'Absinthe' while the mourners file past. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
25 Jun 2007
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This is part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. In this part the wake continues and 'banana man' tells an absurdist story containing pinocchio followed by 'jazz cat' that tells an anecdote about Jeremy that he translates from English into jazz. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
27 Jun 2007
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This is part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. This part is the end of Jeremy's funeral. The character 'lounge singer' recites a poignant yet scathing poem and 'Jeremy's best friend' relates the story where he and Jeremy became men before he breaks down and curses god. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
27 Jun 2007
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This is part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. In this part the wedding reception begins and the character 'jazz cat' relays a funny story about himself, Jeremy and a forklift. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
27 Jun 2007
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This is part of the Montreal Fringe Festival 2007 performance for Euphoreador + Friends. In this part the character of 'lounge singer' tells a story at Jeremy's wedding about one night when he and Jeremy were throwing snowballs at a house. The performers for the whole piece were Josh Hinck, Morgan Murray, Franco Proietti, David Schultz. Sarah Gagnon-Turcotte filmed the performance.
29 Jun 2007
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Old AWA interview with Dr. Death David Schultz calling Hulk Hogan a woman. Check how Mean Jean starts crackin up hysterically. Classic
23 Dec 2009
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FAKE is a four letter word in the business. Don't believe me?? Ask Dr D.
1 Sep 2013
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20/20 reporter John Stossel gets smacked to the ground when he asks WWF wrestler "Dr. D (death)" David Schultz if wrestling is fake. *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/David_Schults On December 28, 1984, Schults' encounter with Stossel happened while Stossel was backstage at Madison Square Garden doing a story about professional wrestling's secrets. During an interview Stossel told Schults that he thought pro wrestling was fake and Schults' response was to slap Stossel twice, knocking him to the floor each time. The attack, which attracted a large amount of media coverage, was later aired on national television (as well as currently appearing on websites such as YouTube and Break****) including ABC News which reported that the network had received more than 1,000 calls from viewers inquiring about Mr. Stossel's health. Marvin Kohn, a deputy commissioner at the New York State Athletic Commission, had been present at the arena during the incident and immediately suspended Schultz for his actions. Although called by Commissioner Jose Torres to come to a hearing before the Commission, Kohn later reported that Schultz had written letter to the commission admitting "that he had acted improperly and apologized both to the commission and to Mr. Stossel" and further stated "I intend the commission to know that I did not intend to hurt John Stossel. I apologize to the commission and to John Stossel." Stossel later claimed he was unaware of Schultz apology and would pursue his action in court although commented he would be "less likely to sue" if the aftereffects of his injury disappeared. [7] However, Stossel eventually filed a lawsuit against the World Wrestling Federation, and settled out of court for $425,000.[8] Although he has consistently maintained that World Wrestling Federation officials told him to hit Stossel, Schultz was fired. Many industry insiders believe, it was not because of his actions against Stossel, rather, Schults was fired for challenging Mr. T to a fight backstage at a WWF show at Madison Square Garden.
26 Sep 2009
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