Amazingly, Steve-O’s greatest be apologetic about on “Jackass” isn’t acting a stunt that used to be particularly destructive or embarrassing, however quite that he didn’t take part in extra destructive and embarrassing stunts all the way through his occupation. In an episode of his podcast, “Steve-O’s Wild Journey!,” Steve-O sat down with fellow “Jackass” superstar Jason “Wee-Guy” Acuña.
“Other people inquire from me ‘what stunt did you be apologetic about?'” Steve-O advised Wee-Guy. “And I’ve a solution that’s the identical solution each and every time, that my truthful be apologetic about is that I did not do extra…there have been such a lot of instances when I did not step up, or I did however I half-assed it, and if I would just long gone all-out and dug somewhat deeper and were given the f***ing photos, I might had been extra stoked.”
Steve-O may even indicate a selected stunt that he thinks exemplifies this, and it seems to be the newborn alligator stunt from “Jackass 3-d.” Within the ultimate model, the workforce has a child alligator chunk the nipple of “Jackass” co-founder Johnny Knoxville. Then again, the unique plan used to be to have Steve-O do it as an alternative. Steve-O declined, and the model filmed with Knoxville ended up at the legit poster for the movie’s unlock. Had Steve-O now not chickened out, he would had been on that poster as an alternative, and he would’ve won much more publicity for his paintings at the movie than he ended up getting.