Tue Jun 23 11:20am EDT
Last week, we told you about the debut of Eddy Curry's(notes) new online vidcast called "The Eddy Curry Show." To refresh your memory, in episode one, the Knicks center set up a webcam to record his show, suddenly decided he wanted to go see "The Hangover" with friends and then a haunted rock band took over his house.
It was a smashing success.
Well, around 4:00 a.m. Tuesday morning, "The Eddy Curry Show" made its triumphant return to the Internets. For whatever reason, Jeff Lenchiner, editor of InsideHoops.com, was awake to breakdown episode two.
"I clicked, reaching 'The Eddy Curry Show' on UStream, expecting to see the usual from pro athletes online: mundane, politically correct greetings to fans and not much else.
Instead, Curry was sitting in the front passenger seat of a car, next to a driver and two other guys in the back seat, one of whom was Denver Nuggets shooting guard J.R. Smith(notes) (sitting behind the driver). They're pulled over and being questioned by a police officer.
The cop then left their car area. I assume he went back to a police car, perhaps to call in looking for information about the driver, car, etc. For the next 10 or 12 minutes I sat watching in amusement as the four guys sat cracking jokes waiting for the police officer to return. It was like watching a sports celebrity episode of the TV show 'Cops.'
The webcam, presumably a laptop, was on the dashboard, pointing at the faces of the four young guys."
If Commissioner David Stern ever gets word of this, he'll crush Twitter like a twittle bug. Sell stock!