Today, Calle, who in 2001 produced a Jackass-esque video called What the Hell?!?, will unleash his latest scavenger hunt concentrated in the downtown/Montrose area. The winning team takes up to $500 in prize money. The rules: You may use only one car and team up with as many people as you can fit inside it; you must provide your own video camera and tape; your team must wear a uniform with the team name displayed; and everyone pays a $10 entry fee. Teams have from 7 p.m. till 11 p.m. to hit as many items as possible on the list, which includes "make out with a stranger," "piss your pants" and "give yourself a swirlee." Calle points out, "If you're a girl, you get extra points on the swirlee, and seriously, sometimes you need those extra points." Afterward, everyone heads over to "someone's house," where the tapes are rewound and the scores tallied. The footage itself should be worth the humiliation of participation. "Regardless, at the end, you'll get some beer," offers Calle. "Or Sparks. I love Sparks." Teams meet at 6 p.m. Lamar High School parking lot, next to the tennis courts, 3325 Westheimer. For information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. $10.
Fri., Jan. 20