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    The demise and rise of Steve-O

    WOW. This is an incredible documentary. It was really sad to see actually what he was like when he was at his lowest points.
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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    I think everybody knew he was on pretty much every drug known to man, its just that nobody did anything to help him.



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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    I thought it was outstanding. I really felt for him when he was drugged out talking about his mom. He really impressed me on Dancing with the Stars they way he carried himself. Hopefully everything turns out good for him. Seems like a good hearted guy that got on a horrible path.



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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    Was this on MTV or is it a documentary I should rent?


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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    It was crazy in the part where he was taking nitrous hits and he was having a conversation with himself. He was definately possessed by a demon. Glad to see he's turning his life around



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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    It was on Mtv



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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    Did it talk about how Johnny Knoxville whored those guys out in the start and they received nothing for it?


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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    Did it talk about how Johnny Knoxville whored those guys out in the start and they received nothing for it?
    It was not Knoxville. It was Jeff Tremain. They all ended up getting paid. They all signed contracts and were not sure if the show worked. Once it did they all renegotiated and got paid. Oh and for the record Johnny Knoxville helped saved Steve O's life.



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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    For the first time in a long time I was impressed with the programming on MTV. For some reason I have always been intrigued with drug documentaries, and this is the best I have seen in a long time. It was crazy to see how f-ed up he got on those nitrous hits. I am happy for him that he has been doing really well. He is still pretty crazy without that crap.



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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    The Steve-O became a dance star. Who would have figured?


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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    Excellent documentary. Watching him do those whippits was freaky.



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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    I would have hated to be his neighbor with all the **** he was doing.


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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    I was just reading about him on wikipedia. Was anyone aware (or did they mention it in the documentary) that he went to Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College? apparently after graduating, he was not selected to join the circus.



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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    This documentary completely shocked me when I watched it. The effects of some drugs on people is unbelievable.



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    Re: The demise and rise of Steve-O

    Quote Originally Posted by b3r3m View Post
    I was just reading about him on wikipedia. Was anyone aware (or did they mention it in the documentary) that he went to Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College? apparently after graduating, he was not selected to join the circus.
    They mentioned it on Dancing with the Stars. Thast was where he was also introduced to the Tatoo Artists.


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