Nick Stahl Did Not Pull a Boner

Warning: This is a REALLY insensitive post. Sue me. Actually, please don’t because I have nothing to give you but a solar powered calculator and a leftover bag of candy penises from my 30th birthday.

“I’ll come back if you bring back Carnivale!”

At any rate–by now we have all heard actor Nick Stahl had been missing almost two weeks. While known primarily as a film actor in such movies as In The Bedroom (one of my all time favorites, frigging LOVE the slow burn of it), the indie classic Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, and The Man Without a Face costarring well-know pro-Semite Mel Gibson, Nick Stahl also appeared in a number of different tv shows, most famously Carnivale with that asshole from Shawshank Redemption and more recently House of Lies with annoying sloth-loving chick Kristen Bell and Golden Palace alum Don Cheadle. Therefore, Nick Stahl has earned his place on the most important television blog of all time, The DVR Files.

When I first heard that Nick was missing and had last been seen on Skid Row, I was happy for him because I loved Sebastian Bach so much on season 7 of Celebrity Fit Club. But no, they didn’t mean that Skid Row, they meant the Skid Row in Los Angeles where apparently a lot of people deal and do drugs. Eek! And while I am being QUITE cavalier about this now, I was actually really sad for him. And all I could think was (here is the insensitive part, read at your own risk) I hope to God this is not going to be another Boner situation. Oh God, that broke my heart, where the actor Andre Koenig who played Boner on Growing Pains was found dead after committing suicide in Stanley Park in Vancouver, Canada.

Luckily, Nick Stahl has not had the same fate as Boner or his character in In The Bedroom  (who was murdered by Tom Cruise’s cousin!). According to his estranged wife Rose, he has entered rehab. Let’s just hope he gets the help the needs because the boy is goooooood.

Best of luck Nick, we here ate The DVR Files are praying for you!

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