Meet Ozone (aka Adolfo ‘Shabba-Doo’ Quinones), the funkiest and freshest streetdancer in LA. Him and his friend Turbo (aka Michael ‘Boogaloo Shrimp’ Chambers) are gonna stop, pop and lock their way into grill infamy! But before they do that, they have to break with the likes of Franco the dance instructor and rival streetdancers Electro Rock. So sit back and be prepared to get served….amazing grillz that is!
Hey kids! Want to buy some drugs?
Oh, hey there Spike. Those are some lovely UV-Ray deflecting goggles you have. In lieu of the recent trend of creating mega multi-part posts, I felt the need to return to the quick, yet effectively short grill post. My muse for this return is the Buffy season five finale. Lets take a deeper look shall we?
By now, y’all know we love us some Fast and the Furious series here at Grill Wilson. I took a little hiatus on from the series, but I’m back. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is a different beast. 2 Fast 2 Furious subtracted Vin Diesel from the equation, but added Tyrese “Crazy Grillz” Gibson, which counts as a loss in star power, but is basically a push for grill power. Tokyo Drift has no star power, so it will have to really ramp up the grill power.
Well, last year’s Malentine’s Day was certainly lacking, but I hope to make up for that with this year’s installment. Previously, we have been graced by the grills of The Great Chuck Norris, President Arnold Schwarzenegger (a guy can dream, can’t he?), and his Hairyness, The Emperor of Asia, Sensei Steven Seagal. This will be our fourth Malentine’s Day together. Now, the traditional gift would be fruit or flowers; the modern gift, appliances. Keeping that in mind, I proffer to you, from the bottom of my heart, The Genie of Death, he who grants not three Death Wishes, but five, the late Sir Charles Bronson. His first gift to you is titled, “The grill before the storm.”