In Inherent Vice, based on the Thomas Pynchon novel, Larry “Doc” Sportello (Joaquin Phoenix) is a hippie private investigator. He takes assignments from questionable clientele in Los Angeles, getting himself caught up in all sorts of intrigue.
There are few people who have hope for the future of Beavis and Butt-head. However, David Van Driessen believes everyone has good in them. You just have to give them a second, third or fourth chance. From a classic peace sign T-shirt to Birkenstock sandals, Mr. Van Driessen is a true hippie with so much peace, love and understanding to give.
Norville “Shaggy” Rogers is not so much Scooby Doo’s master as his brother in arms. They’re both lazy, cowardly, and have insatiable appetites filled only by Scooby Snacks. His scraggly beard and cracking voice suggest that he is still dealing with puberty after 50 years. Zoinks!
Willie Nelson is one of the most recognizable country singer songwriters today, equally famous for his hit records and his activism for legalizing marijuana. The government can sell his things, but they best not touch Trigger, his beloved guitar.
When Kai hitched a ride with a stranger he probably wasn’t expecting to save a life or become an internet sensation as a result. However, that’s what happened when an interview with the laid back hitchhikers took the internet by storm and resulted in several parodies. Perhaps this proves everyone does get 15 minutes of fame.