Friday, July 27, 2007


A sharp-eyed reader yesterday accused Prevuze of altering and reprinting a previously printed picture. The picture in question was an altered form of the painting, "Spirit of '76" by Archibald Willard, which features a fife and drum trio and in which the fife player wears a head bandage. In the published picture, the irrevrent Prevuze replaced the head of the fife player with the bandaged head of Nick Fallon.

Unavailable for comment, Prevuze released the following statement: "Prevuze denies any knowledge of reproducing previously published materials. These accusations are completely false, and we look forward to proving our innocence. We are grateful for our loyal fans who contnue to steadfastly support us.

Longtime Prevuze fan Bertha Shlabotnik of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, upon hearing of the controversy, had this to say, "I can assure you all fans will stand behind Prevuze – way behind."

Meanwhile, Willard, who had just returned from the dead to tape an episode of DOOL disparaged the act, "It is reprehensible that anyone would in any way alter or deface such an historic piece of fine art, let alone do it twice."

In a late development, however, an anonymous source produced a second copy of the painting with Patrick Lockhart's bandaged head replacing the fife player. This picture appeared in the Prevuze posting of December 4, 2006. Given this shocking revelation, Prevuze remained unavailable for comment. However, Prevuze' legal counsel, M. Horton of Horton, Horton, Horton, Horton, and Horton, continued to deny all accusations. He did, however, indicate that if any of these accusations were true, Prevuze would immediately sue itself.

Despite this appalling scandal, we hope you all can manage to have a great weekend.


Blogger Deb said...

You sir, will be hearing from my attorney, F. Brady of the esteemed law firm Dewey, Cheatem & Howe.

5:08 AM  
Blogger Michelle said...

LMAO...truly hilarious!

5:39 AM  
Blogger Applecheeks said...

Seeing the two pictures, side by side, it's obvious that Prevuze is getting much better at its desecration of priceless works of art and at skewering our beloved DAYS.

Loved it!!!

This weekend is off to a great start!

6:33 AM  
Anonymous Marcia said...

Well if DOOL can recycle scripts you should be able to recycle art work

7:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just when he was getting close to Tony's ex-island Bunnies, you are letting Mickey off the island?

M. Horton vs F. Brady will rock! I can see that one going all the way to the Supreme Court.

7:19 AM  
Anonymous Bulldog said...

I belong in Salem.

I looked at the picture yesterday and hadn't even noticed Nick's face was on there!! HAHAHAHAHHAA

What a lame-brain!!

Now that I'm aware I will certainly take a closer work the next time a piece of artwork is featured in Prevuze. I mean surely if Belle and Jr. are placed in American Gothic I would notice.

But then again.....

Thanks, Prevuze, for the great Saturday edition!

8:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think what happend was Kate blackmailed someone into reproducing a copy of the picture. to look like Patrick.Then came foward under a diffrent name to accuse Prevue of being dishonest.just so she could discredit any info we receive from you guys. or maybe the blackmailer from Passions had the other picture on a memory stick and released the info to destroy prevue. hmmm maybe the blackmailer and kate are working together. so you may need to hire Ethan and Mickey for your case and have a double investigation with the harmony pd and salem pd.

Bottem line your screwed lol

7:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's an idea. Get a picture of Popeye and Olive Oyl. Make sure it's a priceless treasure. Replace Olive Oyl's head with Chelsea's head. A perfect match!!!

11:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOL, So there were two pictures is that such a big deal. I love coming here and reading Prevuze. It is a complete hoot and a half.

Tracy Holmes

9:00 AM  

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