Contestants take turns competing in mini games, including Dude Spoon, for a chance to win a cash prize! part 2 of 2
Contestant must arrange ten water-filled glasses so that when tapped by a spoon they play "Row, Row, Row Your Boat."
Wayne Memmott has a tiny girlfriend that he goes on tiny adventures with.
Which cave suits your soup-eating needs?
Mark Staniec goes all out at Spoon Tune.
Vince eats all his children because he can't find a spoon.
Weston Esterhazy's Hollywood spoon-head movie "Liza's Party."
With his imaginary "magic pan & magic spoon," Sammy and his friends, Sharlene and Wiggy, cook up fun and adventurous stories.
Chelsea McMullan’s documentary-musical combines stunning images of the Canadian Prairies and imaginative visual interpretations of acclaimed singer Rae Spoon’s songs in its unforgettable portrait of a unique Canadian artist.
You know him from the hit reality show Top Chef, but you don't want to come to John Tesar's new restaurant 'Spoon' just because he is a household name among the fans of the show.
Guy Fieri road trips to visit America's classic ¿greasy spoon¿ restaurants.
Rules of Engagement: Season 6: Episode 10 -- Frustrated by his boss blaming him for burning his mouth on hot soup, Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) has a special spoon created for Russell (David Spade). Audrey's (Megyn Price) plan backfires when she tries to seduce Jeff (Patrick Warburton) in the bedroom in order to get him to complete household tasks.
Love Unfolded -- Jeremy's annual summer solstice extravaganza with his friends, Spoon and Andy, falls on the same day as his anniversary with his new girlfriend, Alyssa.
The Runaway Spoon! -- Spoons are made for eating meals? One breakfast spoon thinks differently and makes a bid for freedom by embarking on a dangerous journey across the kitchen.
Nervous on the Road -- An all night drive captured in six minutes.
Nervous on the Road is a true 'trip film'.
The very first film ever to use the time-exposed single-framed driver's P.O.V. camera effect that was popularized six years later in the theatrical feature Koyaanissquatsi. Now you see it everywhere.
A 1976 student film by Don DeHass, shot on scavenged TV newsfilm and an old Bolex, co-edited by Gregory Gutenko. It won third place in the 1977 Midwest Invitational Experimental (MIX) film festival at the Kansas City Art Institute and was broadcast on the regional PBS video art program Airtime two years later. A local hero.
Intended to be shown accompanied by three continuous tracks from 'The Rotter's Club' album by Hatfield and the North, synced to start with first title (of exhibition credits) of the film: '(Big) John Wayne Socks Psychology on the Jaw' (Stewart) 'Chaos at the Greasy Spoon' (Sinclair/Pyle) 'The Yes No Interlude' (Pyle) (first 4:11 of this track...music cuts at red flash frame at the end) So buy the album and sync it up! Be a DJ.