The Correlation Between Saturday Night Live And Tom Arnold, Part 2

Three days ago on The Bonus Round page, I cited three all-time eye candy actresses (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Eva Mendes, Tia Carrere) being among the members of the expanded casts for The Ladies Man, A Night At The Roxbury and both Wayne’s World movies, respectively. However, the name “Tom Arnold” was/is in the title of that blog entry and it’s in the title of this blog entry as well. So, with that being said, what does he (Tom Arnold) have to do with those three actresses?

Well, they’ve each appeared in movies with him after appearing in their respective Saturday Night Live skit film adaptations, with Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The 13th (Thiessen’s movie with Arnold) being released straight-to-video four days after the USA wide release of The Ladies Man. And with that last part being said, the next question is, “Did Mendes and Carrere have their movies with Arnold (Exit Wound and True Lies, respectively) released immediately following their Saturday Night Live skit movies (A Night At The Roxbury and Wayne’s World 2, respectively) like Thiessen did?”

The answer is no, as the USA wide release of True Lies occurred a little over seven months after the USA wide release of Wayne’s World 2. And although not as immediate as Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The 13th being released after The Ladies Man, that’s quick compared to Exit Wounds, as its USA wide release was nearly two and a half years after the USA wide release of A Night At The Roxbury. 

Overall, it’s cool that Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Eva Mendes and Tia Carrere have the unique common threads of both appearing in film adaptations of Saturday Night Live skits and appearing in movies with Tom Arnold. However, there is another common thread that they have and it’s not a good one. And as to what that common thread is, well it’s the fact that their Tom Arnold movies are all on the Movie-Ocrity/Dishonorable Mention page. However, that’s through no fault of their own nor is it through any fault of his own. As a matter of fact, I don’t mind Tom Arnold at all because I feel that I can tolerate him way more than other people can. So, with that last part being said, the writing of those three movies (Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The 13th, Exit Wounds, True Lies) and how it all translates to the screen are both why they will never sniff the hallowed ground that is the Catch-22 Hundred Project. But that’s okay because those four celebrities have all appeared in movies that are far more superior.

Well, that does it for this unique correlation blog entry. I’m not sure if I’ll be able to come up with another such entry. But if I do, then you’ll either find out about it via The Nog or find out about it from me directly.

Keep Art Infliction progressing!