Can anyone confirm this about Colin

Stormrider666

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True story, turned down the role so he could concentrate on writing Celtic Pride and Night at the Roxbury.
 

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umm
who the fuck is scott evil ?

just askin'
 

stellarcomics

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Colin admitted it on Bob Kelly's show.
 

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Thanks Moe

i'll be moving along now
haven't seen either movie
 

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What was Mike Myers thinking? Isn't Colin older than him?
I think Myers is a genius at the old-fashioned silly humor, as well as ethnic stuff and surrealism. it's pretty funny to just act like someone Colin's age is Dr. Evil's son. but the first film sez that both Austin and Dr. Evil are cryogenically frozen in 1967 and reawakened in 1997.
 

Don the Radio Guy

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Oh yeah I forgot the frozen in time thing. But Colin is way older than 30.
 
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another stupid move

Another bad move by Collin was to not promote his gig at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank NJ tonight (11/15) on the boys show.

Seth Green was great as Scott evil anyways.
 

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What was Mike Myers thinking? Isn't Colin older than him?
I think Myers is a genius at the old-fashioned silly humor, as well as ethnic stuff and surrealism. it's pretty funny to just act like someone Colin's age is Dr. Evil's son. but the first film sez that both Austin and Dr. Evil are cryogenically frozen in 1967 and reawakened in 1997.
According to the story, Scott was created 17 years prior to Dr. Evil's return from cryogenic hypersleep in space from frozen sperm. All they'd have to do is change the story so Dr. Evil got someone preggers before he left.

Would have made the Father/Son therapy scene funny in a completely different way.