Comments:Man claims Blue Man Group put camera down throat; allegations denied

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i do belive anyone who cannot take a joke should'nt go to a blue man concert. Me and two of my friends have preformed in a "Blue Man" kind of way. We paint our faces different colors and play jokes on people sometimes even similar to this. --Ehopkins


only a complete moron could take something as innocent and wonderous as the BMG and turn it into something brains at all. if I was the judge i would put this dude away for wasting the courts time and money....and also for false accusations.

i have seen this skit, after a second you start to understand what they meant by "getting a closer look at your audience" VERY FUNNY AND OH SO SMART !!!!!

Jeb Tipton —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:16, 21 May 2008 (UTC)[reply]

guy suing blue man group[edit]

    I am a long time fan of Blue Man Group and have seen this video skit done many times. This guy is obviously trying to get some easy money however it will be hard for him to prove that the camera actually went down his throat.  I really can't believe that he actually got a lawyer to try and convince people that this really happened.  When the camera gets close to the person's mouth the video fades to a pre-recorded video and then as the pre-recorded video appears to be coming back out of the mouth the video fades back to live video.  Plus you can see that the camera they use isn't close to being small enough to insert into a person's mouth.  I hope the judge tells this guy and his lawyer to quit wasting the court's time and go home.-- 14:55, 5 June 2008 (UTC)[reply]