Alright, sounds weird, a social commentary on such a fucked up movie. I admit laughing my ass of at certain parts and cringing at most. I'm not going to get into what these guys in the movie are doing for the money and how ridiculous it it. What I would like to talk about is one skit in the movie. For those of you who have not seen the movie, I'll explain what happened in this skit. Johnny Knoxville dressed up as an old lady. He looked very convincing, in a rubber mask. He had fake old lady boobs, hanging down, and they looked real. So the "funny" about this is that "she" walks around with "her" robe open, fake breasts totally exposed. Down busy streets, talking with people and even once sits down at a sidewalk cafe. My issue is this : the people treated her as a leper. Didn't try to help her. No one tried to close her shirt for her. She sat down with some ladies at that cafe I was talking about, and they completely ignored her. A female server eventually came out with a large PAPER TABLECLOTH to cover her. Now these ladies she was sitting with, one of them wore a sweater over a t-shirt. Most of the people walking around were layered with a sweater or a light jacket. Does anyone else see what is wrong with this? I know this skit was supposed to be funny, but all it did was make me angry. I know "she" was just Johnny dressed up to look like an old lady. But, what if she was real? I think this skit clearly showed the apathy in our society. It made me ashamed of those people "she" approached. Hopefully, there were lots that tried to help her and that didn't make good film so they edited it out. I hope so, but I doubt it. The way the elderly, children and people with mental disabilities are treated in our society makes me nauseous and angry.