The Wedge, located at the end of the Balboa Peninsula in Newport Beach, California, is a world famous, man-made beast of a wave.
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Two best friends' friendship is put to the test when they decide to enter the boxing ring to raise money to pay rent.
The Wedge was an Australian sketch show created by Ian McFadyen and produced by Network Ten. The show stars Dailan Evans, from the ABC sketch show Eagle & Evans; Adam Zwar, best known for his roles in Wilfred, Rebel Wilson, 'Toula' on the comedy show Pizza; and Jason Gann, himself, two time winner of best actor at Tropfest for his roles in Wilfred. It ran for two seasons, airing 2006 and 2007. A spin-off mockumentary of one of the show's characters, Mark Wary, was produced by Network Ten in 2008. The show, titled Mark Loves Sharon premiered at 9:30pm on 30 June 2008.
The Wedge is the title of an hour-long, weekly indie music program airing Fridays at midnight ET on Canadian music TV station MuchMusic. The program, which debuted in 1992 as a Monday to Friday half-hour series, was originally hosted by Simon Evans. In 1995, Sook-Yin Lee became the host, and remained with the program until her departure from MuchMusic in 2001. The Wedge is by and large associated with alternative music, although it often hosts music from independent rap and hip hop groups. The show was among MuchMusic's most popular during the grunge/alternative heyday of the mid-1990s. The Wedge currently airs on Friday evenings, with a replay several hours later. Because of the unique content of the show, The Wedge has a highly devoted fanbase and an active community on LiveJournal. On January 26, 2011, The Wedge will be re-launched by MuchMusic at a new 10 p.m. timeslot. The format has been expanded from just music videos to include live performances, interviews, and panel discussions. The show will now be hosted by Damian Abraham, lead singer of the Toronto-based, Polaris Music Prize-winning hardcore punk band Fucked Up.
On planet Amoi, a great society has developed, creating a computerized city called Tanagura, ruled by supercomputer Jupiter. The populace is almost entirely male and is based on hair color; silver and/or blonds are the elitist, ending with dark/black haired as the bottom of society, often known as "mongrels". Blondies keep "pets", young boys kept for a few years, especially made for performing sexual actions for the Blondie's voyeurism entertainment. Blondies aren't suppose to keep pets for long or interact sexually with pets, but one blondie named Iason Mink has kept a pet named Rikki, for years and is rumored to sleep with him. Iason refuses to let go of Rikki, even with Jupiter's disapproval. Rikki fights with his emotions and society problems, unable to decide what to do about his old friend/lover Gai (Guy) and their gang. Iason is obsessed with keeping Rikki, and Rikki doesn't know what to do; fight against him or surrender to him.