Apr 1, 2009 | 1
You just couldn’t get enough. Well, good news for all you Green Porno fans: the Isabella Rossellini insect mating vehicle is back.
Yes, the actress and model returns today with the second season of the program, which features Rossellini, 56, acting out (in costume and with evocative sound effects) how critters reproduce. Six new episodes will air on SundanceChannel.com.
Rossellini has already explained how bees, dragonflies, fireflies, spiders, earthworms, snails, flies and (fittingly for sex stereotypes of women as predators of men) the praying mantis do the deed. (Rossellini probably wouldn’t have much to act out in the world of termites, some of which reproduce asexually, as we noted last week.) She told Scientific American then that while her costumes sometimes were constricting, she could break out of them while staying in character. "Once I humped them," she said, "they came apart."
Feb 2, 2009 | 2
Bad news for all you cold-weather wimps: Punxsutawney Phil saw his pudgy shadow this morning, foretelling six more weeks of winter—if you believe the Groundhog Day legend.
Actually, Phil likely had more, ahem, urgent matters on his mind this chilly morn (unless, as USA Today's The Weather Guys blog suggests, he was just peeved at being awakened after celebrating his home state’s Super Bowl win by the Steelers last night). Groundhogs who emerge from hibernation in the dead of February are checking out their mating prospects, according to a Penn State study.
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