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LCB Recap: Steve Nash on TLC

May 11, 2010

The following is text taken from the popular daytime television show "What Not To Wear":


Meet Steve, a basketball player from Canada who has recently come down with a case of the uglies. Normally, being just another ugly Canadian would be no problem; however, he has some important business dates coming up that he cannot miss. To make matters worse, these meetings are in image-obsessed Los Angeles where being ugly could have him in the business of losing before the meeting even starts. So that's where we come in. Over the past two days, we've been working with Mr. Nash to find the look that best suits him. Stay tuned for the results



When we first met Steve we felt that he could pull off the popular pirate-look with an eye-patch, as it's a look a lot like him, modest yet classy. But after seeing this on him, we realized he needed some more flair to really succeed in the City of Angels. So what'd we do? We broke out the bedazzler.


Now this is where things got tricky. Obviously, he looked great with the blinged out eye-patch, but he said he felt a little off. Knowing this, we talked things over and decided to go a different route. After asking him some simple questions, which brought some strange answers, we thought maybe a more mysterious look would be better. And what adds more mystery than the combination of a monocle, top hat, and mustache? As far as we're concerned, nothing. Is he a millionaire? Is he a billionaire? I don't know, but the look will have him in business in no time.


While this was clearly a winning look, he raised concerns over playing basketball with a monocle on his already injured eye. Excuses, excuses. It's obvious that he just wasn't confident he could pull this look off, so we were forced to go back to the drawing board. That's when Cheyenne said "What about the "Zorro?" I was visibly shocked that she would even mention this, considering it's not 1985. However, we were running out of options and time.

Although I was pretty cynical about how this would work out, it turned out to be the perfect choice. Well, at least in my opinion. Steve muttered something under his breath, but he came to us for help, so I tuned him out. Despite the hideous disfigurement we working with , WE had finally found a winning look. Don't believe me? Judge for yourself. Without further ado, meet the new Steve or as we now call him, Stevro.


If you want to see Steve unveil his new look, tune into TNT next Monday at 9:00 p.m. est.

6 comments:

Iceman, AD said...

This is by far my favorite post ever. Excellent work Langston.

May 12, 2010 at 1:29 AM
Teach said...

Ice, where have you been? You've been missed. I feel like there should be one where Nash has a robotic laser shooting eye.

May 12, 2010 at 6:30 PM
Iceman, AD said...

Sorry Teach, I've been lurking.

May 13, 2010 at 11:26 AM
Crystal said...

Haha, good one Mike :)

May 13, 2010 at 11:52 AM
Deckfight said...

i think a mummy look should've been included somewhere--the bandages wrapped all around his head...

May 13, 2010 at 2:43 PM
Langston said...

Ice & Crystal: Thanks

Deckfight: I'm so disappointed I didn't think of that.

May 13, 2010 at 4:56 PM

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