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David Samson Wins Least Self-Aware Title With "Survivor" Bio


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In its 28th season, that indestructible pillar of reality programming, Survivor, is back with what might be the strangest cast of characters yet. The biggest story to come out of the show so far, before its first episode airs on Sunday, is the inclusion of David Samson, current president of the Miami Marlins Major League Baseball team – in the Brains tribe, no less. One episode into the series, Samson has already walked into his very first PR blunder, with his biography for the show.

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Polyester Review


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John Waters' 1981 Polyester was his final really-low-budget, non-SAG production. Starring Divine, paired of course with the rakish Tab Hunter (Damn Yankees!), it's a classic entry into his gross-out genre, best known for his use of "Odorama," a scratch-and-sniff card handed out to moviegoers before the film and number-coded to certain nose-friendly scenes within the movie.

Shot for $300,000 and set (of course) in Baltimore (not to mention starring virtually all of its residents), Polyester tells the story of harried suburban wife Francine Fishpaw (Divine), who faces the triple threat of a pornographer husband (David Samson), a pregnant daughter (Mary Garlington), and a drug addict son (Ken King) who stomps the feet of local women. Not to mention her wild obesity and alcoholism (and of course, she's a man, but that's another story).

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