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GET HIM TO THE GREEK (24) 2010 Film
  • Dates
    • July 18, 1999
      • The historic Infant Sorrow concert at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
    • December 6, 2008
      • The new Infant Sorrow album African Child drops from #54 to #93 on Billboard 200.
    • July 15, 2009
      • Aaron picks up Aldous Snow in London, England.
    • July 16, 2009
      • Aldous Snow appears on The Today Show.
    • July 17, 2009
      • Aaron and Aldous visit Aldous' father in Las Vegas.
    • July 18, 2009
      • Aaron brings Aldous Snow to the Greek Theatre.
    • July 19, 2009
      • Aaron and his girlfriend Daphne burn their bedsheets.
    • July 25, 2009
      • Justice Ball XIII Featuring DJ XM at 9:00 P.M., Los Angeles.
  • Drugs-Recreational
    • Jeffrey
      • A drug neopolitan. The joy of the Jeffy - it goes away, but then it comes back...
  • Hospitals
    • Desert General Hospital
      • Hospital where Aaron drops off the stabbed drug dealer in Las Vegas.
  • Magicians
    • The Amazing Rothman
      • Magician performing live at Planet Hollywood advertised at the Las Vegas hotel where Aaron goes looking for drugs, perhaps referencing producer Rodney Rothman?
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Wet
      • Jackie Q's perfume - seen on billboard in background.
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Ass-Grabbin'
      • Joke Aaron makes to Harry Potter star Tom Felton in a deleted scene.
  • Music Albums
    • Aldous Snow Live At The Greek Theater
      • one of the highest selling albums of all time
    • Supertight By Jacki Q
      • Album available from Pinnacle Records
  • Musicians
    • Aldous Snow
      • Lead singer of Infant Sorrow
    • Infant Sorrow
      • Russell Brand's band
    • Jackie Q
      • featured performer on Infant Sorrow's African Child album
  • Record Companies
    • Pinnacle Records
      • Infant Sorrow's record label
  • Songs
    • African Child
      • Song by Infant Sorrow
    • The Clap
      • When Aldous Snow appears on The Today Show he performs "The Clap" instead of "African Child"
    • Ring 'Round
      • single by Jackie Q - available from Pinnacle Records
  • TV Shows
    • Blind Medicine
      • TV show about a blind doctor, starring Sarah Marshall and Rick Schroeder.
  • TV Shows-Entertainment News
    • The One Show
      • Zoe Salmon reports from the set of Infant Sorrow's set of African Child music video

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